The Liberal Democrats will back Britain rejoining the European Union at an “appropriate future date” subject to public approval, the party has resolved.
Voters in Switzerland have strongly rejected a nationalist party’s proposal to limit the number of European Union citizens allowed to live and work in the country.
Celebrities and chefs including Jamie Oliver and Joe Wicks are urging the Government not to open the floodgates to low-quality food imports under post-Brexit trade deals.
The rising Covid-19 problem at universities has been made worse by the Government’s “incompetence” over A-level results, the leader of the Liberal Democrats has said.
Downing Street has dropped suggestions that Brussels could block food exports from Britain to Northern Ireland as it signalled optimism over trade deal negotiations with the EU.
Shoppers will face higher prices for their weekly shop due to mammoth tariffs unless a free trade deal is secured with the EU, a leading trade body has warned.
The Northern Ireland Protocol must be implemented in full to give the region’s businesses the certainty they crave, Simon Coveney has said.
The Government’s top legal adviser has faced calls to resign as she defended controversial Brexit legislation which enables the UK to break international law.
Children in care and modern slavery victims who are EU citizens could “fall through the cracks” and lose their right to live in the UK after Brexit, immigration experts have warned.
Requiring hauliers to obtain special permits to enter Kent from neighbouring counties will be “pointless”, an industry body has claimed.
Brexit: Michael Gove says Scottish fish exports will be ‘prioritised’ in the event of chaos at ports
Lorries transporting fish and shellfish to the continent will be "prioritised" at UK ports following the end of the Brexit transition, Michael Gove has said.
The UK Government has set a trajectory for a no trade deal Brexit, a Stormont minister has warned.
The UK Government is committing an “act of extraordinary recklessness” by ending the Brexit transition period in just 100 days’ time, Scotland’s Constitution Secretary said.
Hauliers will need special permits to gain access to Kent as the Government confirmed controversial plans to create an “internal border” in an attempt to avoid post-Brexit gridlock.
A new environmental body faces having its credibility undermined if the Government refuses to allow it to scrutinise climate change policies, MSPs have warned.
The EU is not contemplating blocking food supplies to Northern Ireland, a representative of the country’s largest supermarkets has said.
Hauliers reacted angrily after ministers warned of 7,000-truck-long queues in Kent if they fail to prepare for the end of the Brexit transition period.
Ministers have warned of 7,000 truck-long queues in Kent after the Brexit transition period ends as a worst-case scenario if hauliers fail to prepare for changes to customs rules.
Failure to reach an agreement with the EU in post-Brexit trade talks could hit Britain’s economy three times harder in the long term than coronavirus, a think tank has warned.
Boris Johnson’s controversial Brexit legislation enabling the UK to break international law has cleared a major Commons hurdle after MPs backed a Government compromise.
Northern Ireland could become Europe’s “pawn” if the Northern Ireland protocol is introduced, a senior Democratic Unionist has said.
I am so excited for the brave new world of post-Brexit Britain and the myriad benefits it will bring.
Border control posts at Northern Ireland’s ports will “almost certainly” not be ready in time due to a dispute over IT with the EU, Stormont minister Edwin Poots has said.
The Justice Secretary has “no qualms” with Government plans to override the Brexit divorce deal, despite warnings he is failing to uphold the rule of law.
Ireland’s Foreign Affairs minister Simon Coveney has said the EU-UK Brexit negotiations have been challenging in recent weeks and that the EU has his full support.
The British Government is driving a horse and cart through the Good Friday Agreement, critics said.
UK World Trade Organisation nominee Liam Fox is hoping to snare further European Union votes as the bloc showed signs of a split over who should be the next director general.
‘Get your priorities straight’: Lib Dem leader tells rivals to drop Brexit and independence ‘distractions’ during pandemic
Nicola Sturgeon and Boris Johnson should drop the "distractions" of Scottish independence and Brexit and focus on people’s concerns during the coronavirus pandemic, Sir Ed Davey has said.
Amal Clooney has quit as Britain’s special envoy on media freedom in protest at the Government’s “lamentable” decision to override the Brexit divorce settlement, in breach of international law.
Sir Keir Starmer says he has confidence in Richard Leonard but declines to be drawn on Scottish Labour leader’s claim
Sir Keir Starmer has said he has confidence in Richard Leonard but refused to be drawn on the Scottish Labour leader’s view that he is the best man for the job.