Nigel Farage has urged Leave campaigners to prepare for a second referendum as Britain’s Brexit deadlock continues.
Boris Johnson is calling on the Government to “use Brexit to unite the country” and focus on the issues that drove the vote for EU withdrawal.
Boris Johnson is calling for careful thinking on how to control immigration as he backs a wage boost for workers and insists the Government should “use Brexit to unite the country”.
Gordon Brown said he had never seen the country more divided as he called for the Government to extend Article 50 by a year to consult people on Brexit and give the public the final say.
Gordon Brown has called for Britain’s Brexit deadline to be extended by a year, as he warned the country is now “more divided” than at the time of Margaret Thatcher’s poll tax.
Sinn Fein’s deputy leader Michelle O’Neill has said the public are “aghast” at the “Brexit pantomime” at Westminster.
Theresa May has said it is “impossible” for the Government to rule out a no-deal Brexit.
Ireland’s Foreign Affairs minister has said a no-deal Brexit would become an exercise in damage limitation for the country.
Jeremy Corbyn has urged his MPs not to “engage” with the Government over a Brexit deal after at least three prominent backbenchers took up an offer of talks with ministers.
Planning for Brexit has been a “game-changer” for Scotland’s police force as it prepares to recruit 120 more officers, the Justice Secretary has said.
She’s won a confidence vote but seen her Brexit deal eviscerated by MPs in the greatest parliamentary humiliation of a serving prime minister in the modern era.
The organisers of a Brexit conference have defended not inviting unionist politicians, insisting the event will instead rebalance their “misrepresentation” of public opinion in Northern Ireland.
Nicola Sturgeon has promised to reveal her plans for a second Scottish independence referendum in a “matter of weeks”, regardless of what happens with the Brexit deal.
Prime Minister Theresa May is holding consultations with party leaders and other senior MPs representing the various strands of opinion in the Commons in an attempt to find a way forward on Brexit.
Theresa May and senior Cabinet ministers were engaged in intensive discussions with MPs from all sides of the Brexit debate, as the Prime Minister fought to find a deal which could command support in Parliament.
Jeremy Corbyn has blasted Theresa May’s offer of cross-party Brexit talks as a “stunt” – as he was applauded by Labour supporters for saying that a second referendum was still an option.
Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom has set the date for MPs to debate the Government’s Brexit plan B after the Prime Minister’s deal suffered a historic defeat on Tuesday.
European Union nations are spending millions, hiring thousands of workers and issuing emergency decrees to cope with the increasingly likely possibility that Britain will leave the bloc on March 29 without a plan.
The Brexit negotiations are in a “mess” and a delay to Britain’s withdrawal from the EU is almost “inevitable”, Tony Blair has said.
Theresa May and senior Cabinet ministers are meeting representatives of other parties in a bid to find consensus to break the parliamentary deadlock over Brexit.