Tony Blair has told ITV News that he and Jeremy Corbyn have a "profound disagreement" about the direction Labour should take on Brexit.Read the full story ›
The Tory grandee told ITV News he would find it a difficult choice to make if backing Labour would reverse Brexit.Read the full story ›
Michel Barnier said the "logical end" for a British transition period out of the bloc must be Dec 31, 2020.Read the full story ›
Christine Lagarde said post-Brexit predictions have been proven right as the IMF downgraded the UK's 2017 growth forecast from 1.7% to 1.6%.Read the full story ›
She rejected comments from the chief EU negotiator who said there was "no way" the UK could "cherry pick" elements of a trade deal.Read the full story ›
The prime minister says she has proven the "doubters" wrong but still faces opposition from both sides of the Brexit line.Read the full story ›
The government looks on course to avoid another Commons defeat after an amendment to the exit bill gives more flexibility over leave date.Read the full story ›
- Video report by ITV News Political Correspondent Paul Brand
As the first phase of the UK's Brexit negotiations are agreed by EU leaders, talks now turn to trade.
There are existing trade models Britain could opt for after Brexit, such as Norway's. They have tariff-free trade with the EU with goods and services, and no real border.
But this would mean the UK staying in the single market, accepting freedom of movement, make payments to the EU budget and be restricted in striking trade deals with other countries.
The British government seem to be leaning more towards a deal like Canada's, but this agreement mostly applies to goods, not services, which make up about 80% of the UK economy.
Which ever way the government turns, there is a great at stake. Some experts predict trade with the EU could fall by a quarter, or perhaps more, which would have a very serious impact on the UK economy.