Parliamentarians have accused the Department for Exiting the European Union of keeping Westminster and the public “in the dark."Read the full story ›
May said she cannot guarantee the status of 1.2 million UK nationals living in EU countries if Britain fails to reach a deal on Brexit.Read the full story ›
The First Minister says Mr Johnson is not a 'credible' option for PM as she focuses energy on securing best deal for Scotland in Brexit.Read the full story ›
Theresa May sidestepped an opportunity to bring Boris Johnson into line over Brexit - insisting she does not want a Cabinet of "yes men".Read the full story ›
The EU's chief negotiator has insisted real progress on Britain's divorce bill, citizens' rights and the Irish border is "essential" before discussing a transitional deal.
Michel Barnier said he was "keen and eager" to understand how Theresa May's Florence speech would be turned into a negotiating strategy.
David Davis insisted there are "no excuses" for standing in the way of progress over Brexit as the fourth round of talks resumed in Brussels.
ITV News Correspondent Juliet Bremner reports:
Home Secretary Amber Rudd says she does not want Boris Johnson handling the Brexit process, accusing him of "backseat driving".Read the full story ›
The Foreign Secretary has set out his own blueprint for a 'glorious' exit as he defended the much-derided Leave pledge.Read the full story ›
Seven Labour MPs voted against their party leader's wishes, helping to get the government's bill over the line.Read the full story ›