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.
A Downing Street spokeswoman has said Theresa May will not sack Labour peer Lord Adonis as a senior government adviser, despite him comparing leaving the EU to British appeasement of the Nazis in the 1930s.
Labour pitched an alternative vision of Brexit to the EU on Thursday during nearly two-and-half hours of talks with Michel Barnier and his deputy negotiators, which pointed the way for potential compromise on access to the single market.
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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.
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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.
Liam Fox has demanded a meeting with the BBC’s director general in a letter where he complains that the corporation consistently runs negative stories about the economic effects of Brexit.
A Labour government would leave the single market because it is “dependent on membership of the EU” but seek a trade deal that mirrored the free trade benefits, Jeremy Corbyn has said.
The secretary for international trade Liam Fox has a deadline in mind for a transitional period after Brexit, he has revealed.