The government’s fiscal watchdog has rejected the prime minister’s claim there will be a “Brexit dividend” for the public finances as the governor of the Bank of England warned of serious economic consequences if the UK leaves the EU with no deal.
The Brexit campaign group Vote Leave has been fined £61,000 and referred to the police for breaching spending rules in the 2016 referendum, Britain’s Electoral Commission said on Tuesday.
US President Donald Trump started the second day of his tour to the UK amid the usual controversy after he attacked Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plans, suggesting they would sink any future free trade deal with the US.
EU and British citizens should be allowed to travel without a visa for temporary work and holidays under plans unveiled in the UK government's long awaited Brexit White Paper.
US President Donald Trump claimed on Thursday he had forced other countries in the NATO alliance to increase their spending by $33bn, according to media reports.
UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson resigned on Monday following the departure of Brexit Secretary David Davis in protest at Prime Minister Theresa May's plans for a final deal with Brussels.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May appointed Dominic Raab as her new Brexit Secretary after David Davis sensationally resigned from the UK government on Monday, a day after warring ministers appeared to have reached a consensus over Britain's exit plan from the European Union.
Theresa May’s desperate attempts to unite her party and country behind a new Brexit blueprint are under severe strain, as more than 100 entrepreneurs and founders of UK businesses dismissed it as unworkable – and hardline anti-EU Conservative MPs warned it could mean an outcome worse than “no deal” at all. There were also signs that Brussels was less than impressed after an initial examination of the plans, which were thrashed out and agreed by the entire cabinet at an all-day summit at Chequers on Friday.
Brussels' has indicated its willingness to switch up its Brexit position if Theresa May was prepared to soften her negotiating red lines.
Airbus issued another warning over a hard Brexit as Prime Minister Theresa May's Cabinet prepared to meet at Chequers to resolve severe disagreements over the UK's final deal proposal.
As Theresa May’s cabinet prepare to decide their final strategy for a possible post-Brexit customs agreement with the EU, businesses in the UK are turning up the pressure on the Prime Minister.
Theresa May has given some details on her new Brexit customs plan, though it has already been deemed “unworkable” by Brexit minister David Davis.
London's mayor Sadiq Khan has criticised Brexit-supporters in the government of putting an “ideological obsession” ahead of Britain's interests.
The Electoral Commission has found Vote Leave, the pro-Brexit campaign backed by foreign secretary Boris Johnson and Conservative front-bencher Michael Gove, broke legal spending limits during the Brexit referendum.
Theresa May is begging EU leaders to give her strategy a chance as she prepares to present a softer form of Brexit to her anti-EU cabinet members.
The government is considering lifting freezes on fuel and alcohol duties in order to cover the boost in NHS funding that it had recently promised.
Tensions within the government are growing ahead of the crunch Brexit cabinet meeting the Prime Minister is due to oversee at the end of the week, with plans for a customs deal riling Tory Brexiters who demand a clean break from the bloc.
The government's failure to answer the big questions about Brexit is putting business investment at risk, the British Chambers of Commerce said.
Barclays is planning to move roughly 50 UK investment banking roles to Frankfurt to continue its business within the European Union after Brexit.
Downing Street plans to reveal a new model for a post-Brexit customs relationship by the end of this week, though early indications have produced scepticism from both European Union officials and Eurosceptic MPs.