Britain will change its economic model and come back "competitively" if locked out of the single market after Brexit, Philip Hammond said.Read the full story ›
The Scottish First Minister accused Theresa May of having "no plan" for Brexit and warned of a second independence vote.Read the full story ›
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has said the UK needs "to get the right result' over for future trade deals after Brexit.Read the full story ›
Theresa May could face a Tory rebellion as MPs demand to see her plan for Brexit.Read the full story ›
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Labour will table an amendment to the government's Brexit bill if the Supreme Court allows a parliamentary debate, Jeremy Corbyn said.
The Labour leader denied that his party would delay triggering Article 50 and respect the result of the referendum but said he wanted protections to be put in place.
Speaking to Sky News, he said: "When the Article 50 debate comes up we will put forward an amendment to it which will be on the issues I've just said, about market access and protections."
"There are those in the Tory party who want us to sever all connection with Europe, reduce corporate taxation, set up some kind of bargain basement trade agreement with the USA," he added.
"The result would be a reduction in wages, reduction in public expenditure and ultimately a big reduction in living standards across Britain." he added.
A group of 60 Conservative MPs are calling on the prime minister to deliver a "hard Brexit".Read the full story ›
Liberal Democrat and Labour MPs have said they are prepared to vote against triggering Article 50 to begin Britain's exit from the EU.Read the full story ›