The Tonight programme investigates how Brits living throughout the EU are facing up to an uncertain future.Read the full story ›
Labour have pledged to ditch the Tory Brexit strategy and guarantee the rights of EU citizens before negotiations if they win the election.Read the full story ›
European Parliament president says Britain would be welcomed back into the EU fold if government abandons Brexit bid after General Election.Read the full story ›
The president of the European Parliament stressed the need to protect EU citizens' rights after "positive" Brexit talks with Theresa May.Read the full story ›
The United States is ready to strike a free trade deal with Britain as soon as possible, the Speaker of the House of Representatives said.
Paul Ryan, a senior member of Donald Trump's Republican party, told a central London audience that US lawmakers are committed to working with the president towards a bilateral agreement with the UK.
Mr Ryan said: "Now that Article 50 has been invoked, the UK and the EU will determine the best path forward over the course of these negotiations.
"We are committed to working with President Trump and your Government to achieve a bilateral trade agreement between the United States and Britain.
"This is one of the bipartisan messages I bring with me, I bring Democrats and Republicans here to this room to this country today, to say that the United States stands ready to forge a new trade agreement with Great Britain as soon as possible so that we may further tap into the great potential between our two people."
Foreign hackers could have been behind the crashing of the official voter registration website for the EU referendum, MPs have said.Read the full story ›
There are fears the NHS could suffer a shortage of nurses after Brexit, according to a report by the Health Service Journal (HSJ).Read the full story ›
Theresa May has warned the European Union to steer clear of discussions over Gibraltar's sovereignty during Brexit talks.Read the full story ›
Theresa May's appeal to hold Brexit divorce and trade talks in parallel has been dealt a blow by MEPs in Strasbourg.Read the full story ›