The latest Survation poll, prepared for the Mail on Sunday, suggests that there is more of a public demand for a soft Brexit than a hard one.
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Brexit secretary David Davis took part in less than an hour of discussions with the EU on the first day of substantive negotiations with Brussels before his early return to Westminster prompted suggestions that the government’s parliamentary weakness was impeding the talks.
The latest poll conducted by Survation (for the Mail on Sunday) puts Labour ahead of the Conservatives, but only just.
Theresa May is to order her ministers to stop leaking details of cabinet discussions following days of infighting over Brexit policy and anonymous briefings against ministers, particularly targeting Philip Hammond.
Dutch nationals who take British citizenship to avoid having to leave the UK after Brexit will be stripped of their Netherlands passports due to existing limits on dual nationality, the country’s prime minister has said.
President Donald Trump’s approval ratings six months in are historically bad. What does he think of the latest poll?
A recent YouGov poll, conducted for 38 degrees, suggests that a clear majority of voters feel the media mogul has too much power over British politics.
With British politics more polarised than it has been in decades could a British version of France’s Emmanuel Macron emerge in the centre? And how?
Since the election, momentum has been with the Labour party. Here are seven tweets that show Jeremy Corbyn's confidence since 8th June.
A recent survey by YouGov, conducted for the Institute for Government suggests the public think current government spending cuts are needed, but not fair.
Philip Hammond appears to have irked the prime minister by making a sexist remark in cabinet, exposing the tensions at the highest level of government.
It’s been a whole year since Theresa May took over from David Cameron, but how do they compare at this stage in their respective premierships?
Theresa May appeared to be heading for an explosive constitutional clash over Brexit after the Scottish and Welsh governments said they could not support the great repeal bill – the key proposals drawn up to extricate Britain from the EU.
The government is facing pressure to investigate the high salaries awarded to university vice-chancellors amid accusations that students’ tuition fees are being used to inflate the pay packets of senior management.
A Brexit minister has accused the head of the National Audit Office of using “overdone” language after he said that the government’s approach to leaving the European Union could “fall apart like a chocolate orange”.
The Chilcot inquiry’s conclusion that the invasion of Iraq was unnecessary and undermined the United Nations requires the prosecution of Tony Blair, the high court has heard.
Donald Trump has been US president for almost 200 days, but how do his approval ratings compare to other presidents at this stage of their presidency?
For Spreadsheet Phil, the numbers look bad.
The number of violent incidents involving acid and other corrosive substances are increasing in Britain. What is happening and how does our situation compare to those of other countries?
Theresa May’s hand has been strengthened – not by a whopping majority – but by backing from the 1922 Committee over potentially sacking ministers.