Foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt said a no-deal Brexit would be a "mistake we would regret for generations".
Nearly half of voters now back a vote on the terms of a deal struck with the EU.
The constituencies of Brexiteers Boris Johnson and Michael Gove now say they want to remain in the European Union.
A majority of British voters want to remain in the European Union, according to a new poll, and most want a second vote if the UK leaves without a deal
Andy Pardy, 28, from Exeter, is mapping the words 'Stop Brexit' in his route across Europe to make a statement on Britain's departure from the EU.
Farmers have warned that the country’s cupboards would run bare if households relied only on British produce. A long-term decline in self-sufficiency that has stagnated at about 60% in recent years means around three quarters of the shortfall is imported from the rest of the European Union. The farming industry wants the government to make food security a top priority ahead of Brexit.
Sir Bernard Jenkin has angered the IT sector by suggesting the millennium bug didn't need fixing.
General Sir Nick Carter, Chief of the Defence Staff, denied that the military had been put on stand-by to deliver food, medicine and fuel in case of a no-deal Brexit.
Brexit could lead to less British food being available on shop shelves if the government slashes food safety standards after quitting the EU, the National Farmers’ Union has warned. Farmers are worried that ministers are prioritising trade liberalisation over maintaining the high standards of food production currently in place in Britain, the NFU’s Chief EU Exit and International Trade Adviser Gail Soutar told Yahoo. ‘UK farmers are up for the challenge of competing on an increasingly global stage, but only if that trade is done on a level playing field,’ she said.
Ian Wright urged ministers to explain the implications of a no-deal Brexit to businesses in the industry.
The poll revealed that two-thirds of Britons think the government will end up with a bad Brexit deal.
France's European affairs minister Nathalie Loiseau said the ‘door would remain open’ for the UK.
The lives of British and European citizens could be put at risk unless the UK and EU change course to secure a Brexit deal, MPs have warned. British prime minister Theresa May’s decision to rule out European Court of Justice (ECJ) jurisdiction and the “disappointingly rigid” approach to negotiations by Brussels contributed to a risk of the UK being locked out of EU databases, losing access to the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) and having a reduced influence in Europol. Both sides risked “recklessly” undermining the safety of people across the EU as a result, the Commons Home Affairs Committee warned.
Speaking on an LBC phone-in, Jacob Rees-Mogg said it was likely the UK would leave Europe on World Trade Organisation terms.
The National Audit Office said that a no-deal Brexit would cause multiple issues for British motorists abroad.
Arla Foods said if a report by the London School of Economics (LSE) is true, dairy products like butter, yoghurt and cheese could become expensive and difficult to get.
The votes of four rebel Labour MPs helped Theresa May narrowly avoid a humiliating defeat over Brexit in the Commons last.
Meg Marshall, from Peter Marshall Farms in Alyth, Perthshire, said they have had to leave strawberries rotting in fields because of a shortage of seasonal workers.