The European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has arrived in London ahead of the resumption of face-to-face talks aimed at securing a free trade deal.
A Brexit deal is still possible, the UK’s chief negotiator has insisted as face-to-face negotiations are set to resume with the clock ticking down to an agreement deadline.
Scottish fish producers have been dealt a fresh Brexit blow, after it emerged SNP ministers have failed to recruit enough environmental officers to certify catches for export to the EU.
Problems from Brexit will probably fall to courts to resolve, the head of Northern Ireland’s judiciary has said.
A no-deal Brexit is forecast to wipe 2% off the economy next year and lead to a long-term decline in gross domestic product (GDP), according to the latest analysis.
European politicians have spoken of their hopes for a reset of trans-Atlantic relations under Joe Biden’s administration, saying it will end years of “damage control”.
Air quality significantly improved in European cities such as Milan and Madrid because of lockdown restrictions imposed to curb the spread of coronavirus, European Union officials said.
Michael Gove has accused Nicola Sturgeon of undermining Brexit fishing talks by giving the impression the industry supports EU demands for access to UK waters.
The European Union has issued one of its most upbeat assessments of the state of post-Brexit trade negotiations.
European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen has said that two Covid-19 vaccines could receive conditional market authorisation as early as the second half of December.
Britain is on the cusp of securing a post-Brexit free trade deal with Canada as Downing Street said talks were at an “advanced stage” and “progressing well”.
The UK’s top counter-terrorism police chief has warned a no-deal outcome in the trade talks with the European Union would make the country “less safe”.
The European Commission has asked EU member states to generalise the use of rapid antigen tests as winter approaches and Europe struggles to contain a second wave of coronavirus infections.
These are dangerous times for the Union.
A scheme that provides schoolchildren with free milk will continue after EU funding was revoked, Education Secretary John Swinney has announced.
Ireland’s Foreign Affairs Minister has warned that talks on a Brexit trade deal will collapse if no progress is made on fishing.
The way the UK does business with Europe changes from January 1, heralding a new start.
Talks on a post-Brexit trade deal look set to go to the wire as Ireland’s prime minister warned that failure to reach an agreement would be “ruinous” for the UK.
Failure for the UK and European Union to reach an agreement on a post-Brexit trade deal would be “very, very damaging all around”, Taoiseach Micheal Martin said.
Boris Johnson said he remained hopeful that a deal can be reached with the European Union despite concerns about a lack of time.
Controversial measures which tear up parts of the Brexit divorce agreement will not return to the Commons until the end of November at the earliest.
European Union regulators have filed charges against Amazon, accusing the e-commerce giant of using data to gain an unfair advantage over merchants using its platform.
Key parts of Boris Johnson’s controversial Brexit legislation have been rejected by the Lords.
Britain’s global reputation has been damaged and lawyers have been left “incredulous” by the Government’s plan to override key elements of the Brexit deal, Sir John Major has said.
The European Union has agreed to put tariffs on up to four billion US dollars (£3 billion) worth of US goods and services over illegal aid for plane maker Boeing but expressed hope that trade ties would improve once President Donald Trump leaves office.
Boris Johnson will not back down on his controversial Brexit legislation, despite it threatening to create early tensions with US president-elect Joe Biden, a Cabinet member has indicated.
Boris Johnson will proceed with his controversial Brexit bill despite US president-elect Joe Biden having previously warned the UK over the draft legislation.
Boris Johnson and European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen agreed during a phone call on Saturday to “redouble efforts” to reach a trade deal and signed off on talks continuing next week.
Ireland’s Europe minister said he was not expecting a telephone conversation between Boris Johnson and his European Commission counterpart to result in a breakthrough in the post-Brexit trade talks.
Downing Street said a phone conversation between Boris Johnson and the president of the European Commission would allow the leaders to “take stock” of the negotiations.