The Foreign Secretary resigned just hours after former Brexit Secretary David Davis quit, plunging the Government into further chaos.Read the full story ›
The march took place on the second anniversary of the EU referendum.Read the full story ›
The company offered a Brexit risk-assessment said no deal from the EU would 'force Airbus to reconsider its investments in the UK'.Read the full story ›
Transport for London said the adverts, which aimed to tempt businesses to relocate to France, would not be allowed on the Tube.Read the full story ›
Swiss bank UBS will continue with plans to relocate London staff to offices in the EU.Read the full story ›
The foreign secretary made the comparison as he dismissed concerns about leaving the customs union after Brexit.Read the full story ›
Thousands of anti-Brexit marchers have descended on Westminster to demand that Britain stays in the European Union.Read the full story ›
ITV News rounds up the best pictures of the day as campaigners make a final stand before Theresa May triggers Brexit on Wednesday.Read the full story ›
Sadiq Khan will today back recommendations to give greater independence to London Government.
The Mayor has previously warned that Londoners cannot be protected from the economic fallout of Brexit if the capital is not given more power to control its own tax and public services.
How will London be affected by Brexit?
Certain sectors in London - including hospitality and health - are reliant on EU migration.
In their final of four meetings about Brexit, the London Assembly Economy Committee will today consider how possible changes to immigration policy could affect the capital.