The Brexit Secretary's comments come after Chancellor Philip Hammond's remarks that no EU deal would "very, very bad" for the UK.Read the full story ›
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker says the Prime Minister's 'fair and serious' offer to EU nationals doesn't go far enough.Read the full story ›
Theresa May's hopes of a deal to shore up her minority government have hit a setback.Read the full story ›
Despite the Tories losing their majority, the German Chancellor says Brexit talks will begin as planned, saying the EU is "ready".Read the full story ›
It offers US tourists a chance to discover "historical implications" of the vote in a tour that costs thousands and never leaves London.Read the full story ›
The vote to leave the European Union has put an additional 5p on a litre of petrol, the Liberal Democrats have claimed.
Nick Clegg, the party's spokesman on Europe, said motorists were paying the price at the pumps for the post-referendum slump in the value of the pound.
The Lib Dems calculated that the average price of a litre of petrol had risen by 7p since the Brexit vote last June.
Of that, the party said, 2p was due to the increase in the international oil price with the rest down to the fall in sterling which followed the referendum.
The Prime Minister has dismissed claims that Brexit talks she held with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker ended negatively.Read the full story ›
The rights of EU citizens in Britain will be 'top priority' for the talks, Council President Donald Tusk has indicated.Read the full story ›
Britain's young people have set out their top issues in an open letter to political leaders.Read the full story ›