LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May returns to parliament on Thursday to seek renewed backing for her plan to renegotiate her Brexit deal with Brussels, just weeks before the March 29..
Theresa May has been asked to "rule out" a delay of Brexit beyond March 29 by Conservative MP Henry Smith after ITV News said chief UK negotiator Olly Robbins was overheard in a Brussels bar saying the..
The Brexit Secretary has played down a report that Theresa May could force MPs to choose between backing her deal or accepting a delay to EU withdrawal. ITV News said chief UK negotiator Olly Robbins..
British lawmakers will face a stark choice between Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal or a long extension to the March 29 deadline for leaving the bloc, May's chief Brexit negotiator Olly Robbins.. Reuters - Published
Britain's lead Brexit negotiator Olly Robbins has said lawmakers face a choice between Prime Minister Theresa May's exit deal or a long extension of the March 29 deadline for leaving the EU, ITV news.. Reuters - Published
Robert Armstrong, Robin Butler and Gus O'Donnell spoke out after officials including Olly Robbins (pictured) were slammed for slow progress on Brexit talks and making concessions to Brussels. MailOnline - Published
Theresa May and her ministers are racking up air miles trying to convince their EU counterparts to back the Chequers deal, even though her own chief adviser Olly Robbins has said it won’t.. City A.M. - Published
Foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt yesterday urged the European Union's two biggest economies to push Brussels' negotiators towards a sensible Brexit agreement.
"France and Germany have to send a strong.. City A.M. - Published
Parliament is now in recess, Theresa May has held on as Prime Minister, and the cabinet game of musical chairs has ended.
Will Brexit secretary Dominic Raab be any more successful than David Davis.. City A.M. - Published
Brexit secretary Dominic Raab has admitted food will have to be stockpiled in the event of a hard Brexit - but insisted there will be "adequate food supply".
During a terse grilling by the.. City A.M. - Published
The civil servant was given a £20,000 bonus on top of his £165,000 salary while working as permanent secretary of the Department for Exiting the EU last year. The PM signed off on the bonus. MailOnline - Published
David Davis' former aide has launched an astonishing broadside against Number 10, claiming he is being blocked from advising the new Brexit secretary and blasting the "Hotel California Chequers".. City A.M. - Published
Housing minister Dominc Raab has been appointed as the new Brexit secretary, taking over from David Davis.
The pro-Leave MP for Esher and Walton, who has also served in the Justice Department, will.. City A.M. - Published
Outgoing Brexit secretary David Davis has said he quit government because Theresa May's policy would result in a "sword of Damocles" hanging over the UK.
The Cabinet minister resigned late last.. City A.M. - Published
Pro-Brexit Cabinet ministers are on manoeuvres to prevent the Prime Minister’s proposal to remain "harmonised" with the EU on goods, ahead of Friday’s crunch Chequers meeting.
Frantic phone.. City A.M. - Published
Theresa May has said tomorrow's Chequers meeting will result in a "substantial way forward", which will boost the pace of Brexit talks.
Speaking from Berlin, where she was meeting German.. City A.M. - Published
Theresa May's "third way" on the UK's future relationship with the EU is looking increasingly likely to steal elements from both customs options as she hopes to end the divisions among her Cabinet team.. City A.M. - Published
Some of the biggest firms in the UK's services sector have written to the Prime Minister, urging her to secure a future trade deal that puts mutual recognition at its heart.
The letter,.. City A.M. - Published
Pressure is building on Theresa May to bring her Cabinet together and sign off the UK's position on Brexit after divisions were laid bare again yesterday.
Yesterday three ministers publicly.. City A.M. - Published
Eurosceptic backbencher Jacob Rees-Mogg has delivered another ultimatum to Theresa May, warning of outright rebellion among his colleagues unless the Prime Minister delivers the Brexit she promised.. City A.M. - Published