Theresa May has upbraided her cabinet for their anonymous leaking and briefing of last week’s private meeting, accusing the culprits of failing to take their responsibilities seriously.
The home secretary, Amber Rudd, has told her Conservative colleagues to get on with their jobs as the infighting within the party intensified.
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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.
The majority of Brexit supporters would be happy to swap European free movement for single market access, according to two studies which suggest ways for Britain to pull back from the brink in the upcoming negotiations.
Theresa May “celebrates” her one-year anniversary at Downing Street today, but who will replace her when the time comes for her to move on?
Tony Blair has warned that the combination of Brexit followed by a Jeremy Corbyn government would soon leave Britain “flat on our back”, arguing that a deeply divided country needs a fundamental rethink of its political ideas.
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Fights over the European court of justice are expected to overshadow the second round of Brexit talks this week as both sides brace for a clash that could hamper progress on citizenship and money. The Brexit secretary, David Davis, will meet the EU’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, on Monday morning at the European commission headquarters to set up the second round of formal Brexit talks.
A group of students are preparing to take legal action against a top university after alleging they became unwell by living in mouldy and mice-infested accommodation.
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In September, Germans will vote in a new parliament. Merkel is the favourite to win, but as the UK’s election shows, campaigns can change everything.
Vince Cable has pledged to offer an “exit from Brexit” as the new leader of the Liberal Democrats, signalling he will continue to push his party’s demand for a second referendum on EU membership.
Theresa May is planning to take three weeks of holiday in northern Italy and Switzerland this summer, without naming a cabinet minister to be in charge during her lengthy absence from No 10.
The British cabinet has accepted that free movement of people for up to four years after Britain leaves the EU will be part of a Brexit transition deal, according to a senior source.