Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage has accused Theresa May of 'dancing to the EU's tune' over Brexit negotiations.
Britain and the EU agree a deal on Friday for no hard border for Northern Ireland and rights for citizens but attention now turns to what happens next for Brexit.
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The Conservatives have had a terrible few days. This is after he stated in October that the documents were in such “excruciating detail” that the prime minister could not have read them all. “In July, the international trade secretary said Brexit negotiations would be the easiest in human history.
Naa'imur Zakariyah Rahman, 20, is alleged to have planned to bomb security gates outside Downing Street before attacking Number 10 with a knife and suicide vest to kill Theresa May.
How to maintain a soft Irish border had emerged as the key sticking point to getting agreement from the EU to move on to phase two in negotiations.
A poll today shows Theresa May's approval ratings have sank to an all-time low, as the Conservatives remain dogged by scandals and in-fighting over Brexit
Theresa Scrivener, the 'wrong' Theresa May from Bognor, is demanding an apology from US President Donald Trump after he mistook her for the British Prime Minister.
The Government is facing growing demands for Trump’s invitation to the UK to be withdrawn after he tweeted a direct rebuke to the Prime Minister.
Trump took to Twitter to personally tweet Mrs May in a virtually unprecedented rebuke by a head of state to the leader of a close ally.
The Tory manifesto, largely the product of May and her chief advisors Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill, was a miserable shambles. The trouble was, George Osborne’s 2015 manifesto had also proved utterly undeliverable. It was an exercise in calculated charlatanry, with unspecified welfare cuts to support an unachievable spending target while promising the earth to the middle classes.
The confidential report quotes senior EU figures describing the “chaos in the Conservative government” as the official Brexit date gets closer.
A primary school situated in Theresa May’s Maidenhead constituency has written a letter to parents asking for help paying for pens, pencils and books. The Robert Piggott Church of England school in Wargrave, Berkshire, has asked for a £1-a-day voluntary contribution to cope with with “national changes to school funding”.
Despite suffering two resignations from her cabinet and a series of scandals, the Prime Minister - just - remains the UK's preferred PM over Jeremy Corbyn
Lord Kerr, who played a key role in drafting Article 50, the legal mechanism for a country to leave the EU, will suggest that the Government's suggestion that Brexit cannot be reversed is misleading the British public.
Theresa May’s new International Development Secretary is a former Royal Naval Reservist who repeatedly said the word ‘cock’ during an innuendo-laced speech in the House of Commons.
The PM is under pressure to avoid another backlash like the one she received when replacing Sir Michael Fallon as Defence Secretary with Gavin Williamson.
Downing Street has been accused of lying about their knowledge of Priti Patel’s secret meetings with high-ranking Israeli officials. The International Development Secretary is thought to be facing almost certain dismissal after being ordered to cut short an official visit to Africa following the apparent disclosure of further unauthorised meetings with Israeli politicians.
The PM, Jeremy Corbyn and their counterparts from smaller parties decided on a new grievance procedure that is expected to be in place next year.
MP Jim McMahon is trying to lower the voting age for General Elections to 16 in a bid to get more young people involved in politics