Ireland’s Foreign Affairs minister said negotiations on the Brexit withdrawal deal needed to be ramped up after Theresa May told European leaders Chequers was the only route to a deal.
Theresa May should make a prime ministerial broadcast to admit defeat on Brexit, according to former Liberal leader Lord Steel.
A major international organisation has downgraded its forecasts for UK economic growth over the next two years, amid warnings of the uncertainty created by the possibility of a no-deal Brexit.
Theresa May won backing for a “fair Brexit” deal from controversial Hungarian leader Viktor Orban.
European leaders have ramped up the pressure on Theresa May to change course on Brexit after she told them her Chequers plan was the only route to a deal.
Extending the timetable for Brexit negotiations must remain on the table if the UK is to “avoid an economic cliff edge”, Nicola Sturgeon has warned.
Small business confidence has dropped sharply and Scottish businesses are among the most concerned in the UK about a no-deal Brexit, new figures show.
Theresa May’s 27 European counterparts will consider the next stage of the Brexit process after she told them her Chequers plan was the only credible route to a deal.
Theresa May ruled out any delay to the Brexit process as she told European Union leaders that her Chequers plan was the only credible route to a deal.
Theresa May insisted her Chequers plan was the only possible route to a Brexit deal after European Union chiefs told her key elements of the proposals had to be “reworked”.
Former Brexit Secretary David Davis is set to brand Theresa May’s Chequers plan for EU withdrawal as a “non-starter”.
Theresa May has been told her Brexit plans need to be “reworked” as time runs out to reach a deal with the European Union.
The DUP has poured cold water on a European Union offer of compromise on its proposals for the Irish border after Brexit.
Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebrations will celebrate the ties between Scotland and the continent as the UK prepares to leave the EU, organisers have announced.
Theresa May will attempt to sell her Chequers plan directly to fellow European Union leaders as she calls for Brussels to compromise as the clock ticks down to Brexit.
Theresa May is to issue a fresh call to EU leaders for compromise in the Brexit talks as Brussels’ chief negotiator said he was ready to come forward with a new offer on the Irish border.
A third of Scots have been left unable to afford food at some point in the last year, a survey has revealed.
Campaigners for a second EU referendum have set out a roadmap to obtain a “People’s Vote” giving the public the final say on the outcome of Brexit negotiations.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said that Ireland is well on its way to becoming the tech capital of Europe and, despite Brexit, will continue to offer a stable and strong corporation tax regime for tech companies.
The EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier has said he is ready to come forward with an “improved” proposal on the Irish border in an attempt break the deadlock in the Brexit talks.