Labour will become “the handmaiden of Brexit” if it continues to prevaricate and be timid over the issue, Tony Blair has warned in a passionate call for the party he formerly led to oppose the government on leaving the EU.
Britain is in talks to join a trans-Pacific trade group to boost exports after the UK leaves the European Union, according to reports.
Pity the poor peer who once endured a pork escalope in one of the House of Lords’ restaurants.
The transport secretary, Chris Grayling, has been accused of dodging his responsibilities after he left the UK for Qatar on the day much-criticised rail fare increases came into force.
Theresa May is preparing a new year reshuffle that could see a number of cabinet figures losing their positions in an attempt to refresh the Conservative front bench.
Remainers have been given an unexpected boost from Brexit secretary David Davis, after he reportedly admitted there was still a chance the UK would not leave the European Union.
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10% of Brits back a United States of Europe in a new YouGov/Eurotrack poll.
This year has been great for Jeremy Corbyn, but who has been damaged over the year?
A new survey by Conservative Home suggests that Tory membership support for the PM to remain in power is growing.
Changing Britain’s voting system in 2018 might be overly optimist, but Brexit shows we are living in a new paradigm.
The UK is leaving the European Union, but which country could be next?
If Merkel wins next week, she could lead Germany for another four years, taking her total to sixteen.
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Jeremy Corbyn has insisted the UK cannot be a member of the single market after Brexit, disappointing some of his pro-European Union MPs.
Theresa May’s new year reshuffle was thrown off course when senior members of the cabinet refused to move and Justine Greening quit the government after turning down a job as work and pensions secretary.
New year, same operating systems failure. During the general election campaign, Theresa May had screamed: “Nothing has changed. Nothing has changed” as she ripped up the Conservative manifesto within days of launching it. For her much hyped cabinet reshuffle, the prime minister defiantly insisted: “Everything has changed. Everything has changed” while changing almost nothing. The Maybot’s language function clearly still leaves a lot to be desired.
Schedules from the White House show that President Donald Trump often begins his official work day around 11 a.m., according to a new report.
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