Only a third of UK voters support Brexit unconditionally, according to a poll that suggests a widespread wish for the government to share the terms of the UK’s departure from Europe before it embarks on the process.
Controversial Silicon Valley billionaire Peter Thiel will be a member of Donald Trump’s transition team, the campaign has confirmed.
The Liberal Democrat leader, Tim Farron, has said the party would vote against article 50 unless the British people were given a referendum on the final Brexit deal.
Police are investigating suspected drug offences after allegations were made against the former chair of the influential home affairs select committee, Keith Vaz.
Donald Trump’s election as US president is a “global wake-up call” to rid politics of the vested interests of billionaires, Jeremy Corbyn will tell Labour’s regional conference.
Government lawyers are exploring the possibility of arguing in the supreme court that the article 50 process could be reversed by parliament at any time before the UK completes its exit from the European Union.
Theresa May has spoken on the phone to Donald Trump and stressed to the new US president-elect that he should seek to unite America when he takes office, Downing Street has said.
Being in or out of the EU customs union was “not a binary decision”, Theresa May said during a sometimes noisy prime minister’s questions dominated by the strategy for Brexit – or what her critics say is the lack of one.
Theresa May has defended plans to make patients show passports to determine if they qualify for NHS treatment, as Jeremy Corbyn accused the government of using so-called health tourism to distract from the health service’s funding crisis.
A YouGov poll set to be released later tonight is believed to state that the Scottish Independence vote is even closer than anticipated.
Behind the Conservatives' failed immigration targets, the beginnings of a hidden leadership contest are taking place.
As Nicola Sturgeon rose to welcome delegates in Aberdeen, the mood in the conference hall was palpably different to the rock star hysteria of her glittering post-referendum gig in Glasgow last November or the giddy anticipation of campaign conference in March.
US president-elect Donald Trump has suggested that Nigel Farage, controversial leader of the United Kingdom Independence party, should be the UK’s ambassador to the US.
The people of England should be offered their own parliament in a referendum to overcome the “democratic deficit” with the rest of the United Kingdom, the former shadow education secretary Tristram Hunt has said.
David Davis has pledged to share the Westminster government’s “latest thinking” on Brexit with the leaderships of Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales, before the first meeting of a forum intended to allow the devolved administrations to help shape Britain’s strategy.
Journalist Maureen Dowd memorably described the choice at the 2016 US election as “the king of winging it versus the queen of homework”.
Philip Hammond, the chancellor, is coming under mounting pressure from Tory MPs to bring forward help for the NHS and social care services, amid dire warnings that council budget cuts are causing unsustainable problems.
Brexit will bring about fundamental changes to the devolution settlement across the UK, making possible the return of “significant powers” from the EU to Scotland, according to the Scottish secretary.
The government has a less than 50% chance of securing an orderly exit from the European Union within two years and will potentially have to accept a phased departure lasting much longer, prompting “a decade of uncertainty”, Lord Kerr, Britain’s most experienced EU negotiator, has said.