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.
Former Bank of England governor Mervyn King has warned UK is left without a ‘credible position’ over Brexit. The former governor of the Bank of England has called the government’s handling of Brexit “incompetent”. Lord Mervyn King, who has previously spoken out in support of Britain leaving the EU, said that it “beggars belief” that one of the world’s largest economies had been forced into a position where it is stockpiling medicines and food.
Former foreign secretary Boris Johnson warned the UK will get "diddly squat" from Theresa May's Brexit strategy.
Naa'imur Zakariyah Rahman will serve at least 30 years after planning to bomb the gates of 10 Downing Street, kill the security guards and then murder the Prime Minister.
As Theresa May is filmed dancing for the second time during her tour of Africa, the internet is divided over her moves.
Theresa May has been mocked after showing off her ‘maybot’ dance moves on the opening day of her Africa trade trip. Mrs May smiled and laughed throughout and later joined in with a second dance during her visit to the ID Mkize School.
The prime minister downplayed warnings from her chancellor about the economic consequences of leaving Europe without a deal.
Barry Gardiner suggested people could turn to ‘more socially-disruptive ways of expressing their views’.
The new strategy will offer support with mental health and addictions as well as help with accommodation.
Boris Johnson caused outrage with a newspaper article comparing women in the face-covering veils to bank robbers.
The poll revealed that two-thirds of Britons think the government will end up with a bad Brexit deal.