Theresa May has been warned that Brexiteer anger will “explode” if she strikes a Brexit pact with Jeremy Corbyn to keep the UK closely tied to the European Union.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has mocked prominent Tory Brexiteers for engaging in a “suicide pact” during failed bids to beat Theresa May to the Tory leadership, it has been reported.
Theresa May said both sides will have to compromise in cross-party Brexit talks with Labour as she faced a backlash over the negotiations with Jeremy Corbyn’s party.
Cross-party talks between the Government and Labour are expected this week as Theresa May warned Brexit could “slip through our fingers” unless a compromise can be found.
Theresa May has warned that Brexit could “slip through our fingers” unless a compromise deal can be reached with Labour.
Theresa May has been warned that accepting a lengthy delay to Brexit would be a “suicide note” for the Tory party.
Theresa May has been warned that a lengthy delay to Brexit could destroy the Conservative Party, with a minister claiming it would be a Tory “suicide note” if the UK had to fight the European elections.
Talks between the Government and Labour to break the Brexit logjam have been “productive” and will continue on Friday, Downing Street said.
Backbench Labour MPs have issued a warning to Jeremy Corbyn not to include a second Brexit referendum in any compromise deal thrashed out with Theresa May.
A backbench Bill designed to stop the UK crashing out of the EU next week has created the danger of an “accidental no-deal Brexit”, ministers have warned.
The UK faces a potentially lengthy delay to Brexit, Philip Hammond said as he indicated the Tories could be prepared to compromise on a customs union.
A £4.9 billion portfolio of loans bought by the taxpayer during the financial crisis has been sold in a “milestone” move, the Chancellor has announced.
Britain’s army of small high street firms will be given rare good news on Monday when they share tax cuts worth half a billion pounds as business rates bills are slashed across England.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has been given a boost after official figures showed an improvement in the public finances.
A cross-party group of senior backbench MPs has launched a bid to allow Parliament to decide what kind of Brexit deal should be negotiated in an expected extension of talks with Brussels.
It is “certain” that MPs will vote on Thursday to authorise Theresa May to seek a delay to Brexit, Chancellor Philip Hammond has said.
Britain faces higher unemployment and rising prices unless a Brexit deal is agreed to lift the cloud hanging over the economy, Philip Hammond has said.
Police will get a £100 million cash injection to tackle the knife crime crisis, the Chancellor has announced.
Philip Hammond has pleaded with MPs to back a Brexit deal to lift the “cloud of uncertainty” hanging over the economy as the Budget watchdog slashed this year’s growth forecast.
Google and Facebook’s stranglehold over the £14 billion digital advertising market will be examined by the UK competition watchdog amid concerns over the dominance of technology giants.
The Chancellor is to unveil plans for a £200 million investment in cutting-edge scientific research when he delivers his Spring Statement on Wednesday.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has rebuked demands by Philip Hammond that police should shift existing resources into tackling knife crime rather than expect more funding.
One of Britain’s most senior police officers has demanded “harsh” sentences for criminals caught carrying knives as the country’s stabbings death toll continues to rise.
Chancellor Philip Hammond’s demand that police shift existing resources into tackling knife crime rather than expect more funding has been branded “an insult”, as the country’s stabbings death toll continues to rise.
Ministers are facing demands to spell out which tariffs the Government will cut in the event of a no-deal Brexit ahead of next week’s crunch Commons vote.
Philip Hammond has described the prospect of a no-deal Brexit as “unlikely”, as he cautioned MPs over the “likely shock” of such an outcome.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has been given a boost after official figures showed the Government recorded its largest January budget surplus last month, as the Treasury enjoyed a bumper haul of tax receipts.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has warned that the UK’s relationship with China “has not been made simpler” by Gavin Williamson’s plan to send the Royal Navy’s aircraft carrier to the Pacific.
Philip Hammond will not visit China this weekend amid reports that Beijing pulled out of trade talks after Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson threatened to deploy a warship in the Pacific.
Bill Gates has suggested internet giants cannot be expected to pay more tax than they are legally required to and it will take public and political will to increase their contribution.