Spain’s prime minister has said his country will vote against the divorce agreement between the European Union and the United Kingdom if Gibraltar’s future is not considered a bilateral issue between Madrid and London.
Scotland’s First Minister has warned that Brexit must not be a “false choice” between the deal Theresa May has presented and no deal.
The 585-page draft withdrawal agreement between the UK Government and the EU sets out the proposed terms of Britain’s departure from the bloc while avoiding a sudden “cliff edge” break.
Representatives from Northern Ireland parties have said that the draft agreement for Brexit is an opportunity to look at the glass “half-full”.
Jeremy Corbyn has hit out at Theresa May’s “leap in the dark” draft Brexit deal and warned it cannot be put to Parliament.
Theresa May secured Cabinet approval to proceed with her deal on UK withdrawal from the EU after an “impassioned” five-hour meeting featuring dissent from a number of ministers.
Irish leader Leo Varadkar has said the draft Brexit agreement could present economic benefits for Northern Irish business.
Theresa May’s Cabinet has given its blessing to a draft agreement on the terms for Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, as well as an outline political declaration on the future relationship.
Theresa May was fighting to get senior ministers on board with her Brexit plans as a Cabinet meeting to approve a draft withdrawal agreement dragged on well beyond its expected time.
Brexit jitters were hanging over the markets on Wednesday as traders awaited the result of Theresa May’s attempts to get a draft Brexit deal past her Cabinet.
As Theresa May chaired an emergency Brexit Cabinet in Downing Street, fresh signs emerged of unease among her own MPs about the draft agreement reached by UK and EU negotiators in Brussels.
An emergency summit of European leaders will likely convene on November 25 to consider the draft Brexit deal if the UK government backs the proposed text, the Taoiseach has said.
Theresa May has urged Cabinet ministers to act in the national interest and support a Brexit deal which takes the UK “significantly closer” to delivering the result of the referendum.
Theresa May is facing a crunch showdown with Brexit-backing ministers as she seeks to persuade her Cabinet to back a draft deal on the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union.
YouTube viewers across the EU could be cut off from videos as a result of the controversial Article 13 copyright directive, platform boss Susan Wojcicki has said in a fresh warning.
Irish leader Leo Varadkar is to attend the centenary Armistice Day commemoration in Paris on Sunday.
The FTSE 100 ended the week in the red as concerns over the prospect of rising US interest rates and the stand-off between Rome and Brussels conspired to hit stocks.
BAE Systems has maintained its outlook for 2018 and said Brexit is unlikely to have a major impact on its operations.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has reaffirmed his position on the Irish backstop after being accused of a “cock-up” by Sinn Fein.
The haulage industry has warned of the potential damage a no-deal Brexit could cause, after a Department for Transport paper warned there were fewer than 4,000 EU permits for UK truck drivers.
The official overseeing the European Union’s future enlargement has said it would be “more honest” for the bloc to give up talks on membership for Turkey.
Nicola Sturgeon has called on the UK Government to “come clean” on how much Brexit will cost the NHS.
A drop in sales, a slow change in electrifying its product line and delays for its Continental GT model have led Bentley to post a £122 million loss for the first nine months of 2018.
Business confidence in Scotland as fallen for the second month in a row, new research suggests.
Britain’s fiscal watchdog has warned of the “severe implications” for the economy in the event of a no deal Brexit, adding that the vote to quit the EU has already weakened growth.
Royal Bank of Scotland posted a rise in third-quarter profit but the lender suffered a hit to its share price after warning over Brexit.
Royal Bank of Scotland has posted a rise in third-quarter profit as the lender continues on the road to recovery, despite being stung by £200 million in PPI payouts.
The number of cars built in the UK in September fell by 16.8 per cent compared to the same month last year, with the automotive industry facing ‘many competing challenges’.
The European Union has awarded its human rights prize to a Ukrainian filmmaker imprisoned in Russia on terrorism charges.
Aston Martin’s chief executive officer has suggested that the brand may resort to flying in parts such as engines and gearboxes, amid concerns that the port of Dover will become clogged with red tape following the UK’s exit from the EU.