Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal could force Northern Ireland to operate in a different time zone to the rest of the UK for half the year, peers have warned.
Goods coming to Britain from the EU will face import controls from January 1 next year, senior Cabinet minister Michael Gove has warned.
Scotland’s First Minister has warned of the cost of the UK diverging too far from EU regulations after Brexit.
Scottish salmon faces “huge unnecessary burdens” due to the Brexit deal being pursued by the UK Government, according to the trade body for the sector.
It was a mistake to create a separate department to deal with Brexit, a former minister has said.
Dropping below 16 overseas players in a 25-man squad could put English clubs at a disadvantage compared to their European rivals, Premier League chief executive Richard Masters has warned.
The movement of patient health records across the Irish border should be safeguarded as part of Brexit negotiations, a policy expert has said.
Post-Brexit Britain wants to be “energetic champions of free and open trade”, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has said.
Household products including bicycle pumps and pencils could have their import tariffs removed under Government proposals for post-Brexit trade agreements.
Dissident republicans planted a bomb on a lorry they believed was bound for an Irish Sea ferry with a plan to detonate it to mark Brexit, police have said.
More new homes were registered in 2019 across the UK than in any other year since 2007, according to an industry body.
Chancellor Sajid Javid is unlikely to meet his goal to double UK economic growth with just a one in five chance of hitting the 2.8% target, an economic think tank has warned.
Fianna Fail leader Micheal Martin has insisted his party has the candidates to lead Ireland through the next round of Brexit negotiations.
The Scottish Government is still “awaiting clarity” on the future of the Erasmus European study abroad programme in the wake of Brexit, Scotland’s higher education minister has said.
Premier League chief executive Richard Masters does not believe homegrown player quotas are the answer to improving the fortunes of the England team.
The London markets jumped as they were buoyed by weakness in the pound following the latest clash between Boris Johnson and EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier.
Boris Johnson has said he wants Britain to have a Canada-style free trade agreement with the EU once the Brexit transition period finishes at the end of the year.
Northern Ireland’s First and Deputy First Minister will chair a new Stormont sub committee on Brexit.
The scene of Boris Johnson’s key speech outlining his vision for the UK after Brexit was chosen to make an audacious statement.
Boris Johnson has said he shares the “optimism” of Donald Trump in striking a post-Brexit trade deal with America.
French and Spanish trawlers would be allowed to continue fishing in British waters under the European Union’s plans for a deal with the UK.
The pound has fallen more than 1% against the dollar as fears among traders of a no-deal Brexit intensified following major speeches by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier.
Boris Johnson has insisted that he has not banned the use of the word Brexit but that it is “receding behind us in history”.
The UK and European Union are on collision course for a Brexit trade battle as Boris Johnson and Michel Barnier set out competing visions of the future relationship.
The European Union will link any access to its market for British products directly to the access that EU boats will be given to UK waters, the bloc’s chief negotiator has said.
Boris Johnson has threatened to walk away without a Brexit trade deal rather than accepting EU rules as battle lines were being drawn up by the two sides.
The UK and European Union will discover the distance between their respective ambitions for a trade deal as both sides prepare to reveal their hand.
Gaps in environmental protections following the UK’s departure from the EU put wildlife from hedgehogs to dragonflies at risk, nature groups have warned.
The Prime Minister has been urged to put his money where his mouth is and write his pledges into law on upholding food hygiene standards and environmental protections.
The Prime Minister will tell European leaders there is “no need” for the UK to agree to follow Brussels rules as part of a future trade deal.