As Cabinet tensions on Brexit continue, Theresa May is likely to face another tough few days ahead of the Christmas break.
Nine out of 10 Irish hoteliers are concerned about the impact of Brexit on their business next year, a survey showed.
Theresa May will condemn calls for a second Brexit referendum, as Cabinet tensions on EU withdrawal continue to break into the open.
Theresa May will hit out at calls for a new Brexit referendum, claiming such a move would send a message to millions of voters that democracy does not deliver.
Saturday Night Live has taken aim at Prime Minister Theresa May and former Conservative party leader David Cameron in a political Christmas sketch.
Key allies of Theresa May have distanced themselves from reports they are involved in planning for a new Brexit referendum.
European leaders should not seek “retribution on the UK” over post-Brexit fishing arrangements, an association of fisherman in Scotland has warned.
Thai restaurant chain Giggling Squid has said Brexit uncertainty has held back its expansion plans, but vowed to keep opening sites as rivals retrench.
Downing Street has dismissed reports that people will be advised not to book holidays after March next year according to contingency plans being drawn-up for a no deal Brexit.
Cabinet tensions over the prospect of a no deal Brexit look set to heighten after Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt insisted the UK would “flourish and prosper” even without an exit agreement.
Theresa May has hit out at Tony Blair, accusing him of “insulting” the British people and the office of prime minister by “undermining” Brexit talks with calls in Brussels for a second referendum.
Jeremy Corbyn needs to “come off the fence” and back another vote on EU membership, according to one of his MPs.
Theresa May has been told by a former minister not to “run down the clock” on giving MPs a proper say on Brexit.
Theresa May’s tough EU summit has seen her return from Brussels without the legal alterations to the Brexit deal demanded by MPs opposed to the agreement.
Theresa May is set for another tough political week as she battles to keep her Brexit plans on track after a bruising EU summit in Brussels.
The Conservative Government is “making the case for independence” with its attempt to block Scottish efforts to prepare laws for Brexit, the SNP has claimed.
Nigel Farage has said he believes the UK may face a second Brexit referendum in the coming months and has urged Leave campaigners to “get ready for every situation”.
Gary Lineker has said that he thinks Brexit should be settled by a game of football.
A defiant Theresa May has insisted her efforts to win fresh assurances on her Brexit deal remain on track after another bruising encounter with EU leaders.
The countdown to Brexit is nearing the 100-day mark, and yet a lot remains uncertain.
Ireland’s Taoiseach has dismissed one of Theresa May’s suggestions aimed at winning parliamentary support for her Brexit deal.
Christmas may be drawing near but the last week in Westminster has been suspiciously absent of festive spirit, featuring a cancelled Commons vote, furious MPs, a no-confidence bid and heated exchanges in Brussels.
Michael Gove has said he believes the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal will survive.
Britain is to have talks with the EU over the coming days about how to obtain “further assurances” which might persuade MPs to back the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement, Theresa May has said.
Theresa May must stop banging her head against a brick wall over Brexit, Tony Blair has urged, as he reiterated calls for a second referendum.
The cost of staging the EU referendum in Scotland amounted to around £10 million, according to figures published by the Electoral Commission.
Arlene Foster has warned the Prime Minister not to roll over in the face of EU intransigence.
Irish premier Leo Varadkar has said the European Union (EU) is as one on the need for a border backstop in the Withdrawal Agreement.
Paloma Faith has called for Theresa May to step down as Prime Minister, saying it would be the most “courageous” thing she could do.
Bank of England policymakers are set to keep interest rates on hold at 0.75% after recent turmoil in Westminster and as Brexit uncertainty reigns.