Hastily arranged talks between Brexit secretary Dominic Raab and EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier failed to reach a breakthrough.
Jean-Claude Juncker has denied mocking Theresa May with an impression of her Tory Conference dancing. The President of the EU Commission laughed and danced for a few seconds as he took to the podium before the Committee of the Regions in Brussels. Mr Juncker’s dance was remarkably similar to the one performed by the Prime Minister when she walked on stage for her keynote speech at the Conservative Party conference last week to the tune of ‘Dancing Queen’ by Abba.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell said we should follow France and Germany's lead when it comes to the working week.
Macron has misread support for another referendum in the event of a no-deal Brexit, according to Government sources.
Theresa May danced on to the stage before trying to unite Tories behind her under-fire Brexit Chequers plans.
Theresa May has said she is ‘cross’ with Boris Johnson after he received a rapturous reception at the Tory party conference and called on her to ‘chuck’ her Chequers Brexit deal. The former Foreign Secretary’s highly anticipated speech drew perhaps the biggest audience in Birmingham. Calling Mrs May’s plan ‘dangerous and unstable’, he said: ‘Do not believe that we can somehow get it wrong now and fix it later – get out properly next year, or the year after.
Richard Alderman called for the Prime Minster's public hanging three days after being elected to Rutland County Council.
Theresa May spoke of her hopes for a ‘big and ambitious’ free trade deal with the United States.
The shadow Brexit secretary insists his party is united and that it may vote against whatever EU deal the prime minister secures.
Ministers have reportedly backed a system which would be based on skills rather than nationality.
Theresa May said Britain would not pay the Brexit divorce bill if it did not achieve an arrangement on future trading relations.
The EU's chief negotiator struck an optimistic tone as he said Brexit terms could be agreed within six to eight weeks.
Former Brexit minister Steve Baker warned prime minister Theresa May she faces fierce opposition to her plan.
A poll by YouGov in The Times suggests that while people may prefer Boris Johnson over Theresa May, they don't necessarily think he'd make a better Prime Minister.
Boris Johnson is racing ahead as Conservative Party members’ preferred candidate to lead the Tories after Theresa May. A survey by ConservativeHome found that 35% of members picked the former foreign secretary as their favourite to take the helm of the party next. This marks an extension in Mr Johnson’s lead at the top of the table in the past four weeks.