Michel Barnier has said Brexit was 'a failure of the EU' and that it needs to learn lessons from the 'social anger' seen in the UK.
In a thinly veiled attack on the PM, Northern Ireland justice minister Naomi Long said his Brexit deal has caused 'hurt and instability'.
'Am I going to sit here and say Brexit is perfect, and that your generation is going to reap the benefits? No, I’m not.'
European Commission vice-president Maros Sefcovic said it 'deeply regrets' its hastily-reversed threat last month to invoke Article 16 of the Northern Ireland Protocol.
The Northern Ireland Protocol has caused disruption to trade and the movement of consumer goods since the Brexit transition period ended.
A pioneering exporter who sold lobsters to Europe from the Yorkshire coast has been forced to wind up his 40-year-old family business – because of Brexit red tape.
Oliver Dowden faced warnings from across the Commons about performers being hit by a ‘double whammy’ of visa changes and Covid-19 restrictions.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has admitted 'he was wrong' after falsely accusing Boris Johnson of lying during a row about the rollout of coronavirus vaccines.
The spat came after the EU’s ambassador in London was not given the same status as ambassadors sent by national governments.
Sir Elton John, Roger Waters and Ed Sheeran are among the leading music industry figures who have criticised the Government’s Brexit deal.
The UK has not offered full diplomatic rights to the EU's ambassador, despite other nations granting the bloc's diplomats all necessary privileges.
The Who star signed a letter calling for visa-free travel for Europe, despite previously saying a Brexit deal wouldn't affect musicians.
Exports of fresh fish and seafood have been hit by delays following the end of the Brexit transition period.
Villagers in Mersham, near Ashford in Kent say they have been inundated by lost HGVs who have been given the wrong postcode for the new Brexit lorry park at Sevington.
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In an extraordinary House of Commons speech, Sir Bill Cash hailed the prime minister for 'saving our democracy'.
In January, less than 1% of British people said pandemic flu was one of the most important issues. By April, 85% chose COVID as their number one concern.
Age UK's Caroline Abrahams has called on people to help old people who face three potential sources of disruption.