The Foreign Secretary told ITV News he had been 'wrestling' with the Brexit debate and the piece was 'semi-parodic'Read the full story ›
Reports of race and religiously-motivated hate crime jumped 41% in the year leading up to and just after the EU referendum, figures show.Read the full story ›
Britain's finance industry could lose near to £40 billion in revenue and 75,000 jobs if the country is hit by a "hard Brexit".Read the full story ›
He was offered a personal visit to spell out the EU rules in a public slapdown after denying a link between free movement and free trade.Read the full story ›
Demands for a second referendum on Britain's European Union membership will be debated by MPs in Parliament.Read the full story ›
Demonstrations will be held nationwide to demand that Britain keeps its close cultural and economic ties with Europe.Read the full story ›
Numbers of race hate crimes on Britain's railways spiked dramatically following the EU referendum, figures show.Read the full story ›
America will not negotiate a new trade deal with Britain until the UK's future relationship with the European Union becomes clearer.
US Trade Representative Michael Froman said on Monday that the two countries cannot launch negotiations on bilateral trade and investment deals until more is known about any newly-shaped agreement between Britain and Europe.
Speaking to British counterpart Liam Fox, Mr Froman said the "United States will be prepared to engage in conversations with the United Kingdom about how to develop our trade and investment relationship in the best way at the appropriate time".
Last week, Prime Minister Theresa May told German Chancellor Angela Merkel that the UK would not rush its exit from the EU.
Britain voted in a referendum to leave the European bloc over a month ago.