'The passage of the Bill will be swifter if a white paper is published' - former Education Secretary Nicky Morgan
Sources say MPs may be called to vote on the Brexit legislation as early as next week
'So I put some money on, and it's still paying my office's drinks bill'
‘It won’t go wrong, we’re very clear what we want to do. We’re very clear what we want out and it’s in everyone’s interest. Why on earth could it go wrong?’
Lord Wallace of Saltaire also hit out at Eurosceptics attacking outgoing EU ambassador Sir Ivan Rogers
With Boris rumoured to be not reading his briefs and David Davis ever-so-slightly overestimating the strength of Britain’s bargaining position, we need those dreaded experts badly
Has there really been a decline in the quality of people going into politics since the golden age, whenever that was?
At ten past three on December 20th the Brexit Secretary's head exploded and here's why
The Government says it does not recognise the timeframe and that it remains positive
The cabinet minister also set himself up for a clash with Chancellor Philip Hammond over a potential trasitional deal
Theresa May's promised plan for Brexit will not be published before February at the earliest, MPs have been told.
Just 1 in 20 people believe they will be financially better off outside the EU
'I’ve faced the secretary of state on many occasions, asking for a plan, and he has refused on every occasion, so nobody is going to fall for that,' says shadow Brexit minister
Bankers are unpopular, and with good reason but they pay a lot of tax which the UK needs and will lose if it cuts off their access to European markets
Børge Brende is in London for discussions with the UK
The Foreign Secretary said: 'My view is that I see no reason why those payments should be large'