Cross-party negotiations to try to break the Brexit deadlock were continuing in Whitehall on Friday, as Parliament began its delayed Easter holiday.
Theresa May’s announcement to Conservative MPs that she is prepared to step down for the second phase of Brexit talks should her EU withdrawal deal pass has sparked speculation about who might replace her.
British Cabinet Office Minister David Lidington and Irish Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney have held constructive talks in Dublin as the Brexit deadline looms.
Universities will have to publish information on what they are doing to tackle ethnic disparity, the Government has announced.
Fishing leaders are “in general” supportive of the Government’s Brexit plan, according to a UK Minister.
EU institutions will be guilty of putting their citizens at greater risk unless they co-operate with the UK over cyber security following Brexit, Theresa May’s deputy has warned.
The last two years have seen a rising cyber threat to the UK from states such as Russia and North Korea, the head of an agency tasked with protecting the country from hi-tech assaults has warned.