Italian minister says country will seek to break an EU cap on government debt
The Treasury is hoping to improve growth prospects by allowing projects which might otherwise have been shelved, to go ahead
Mayor of London says European cities are courting business leaders in hope of luring them away from Britain following Brexit
Senior officials have warned they can veto UK's admission into the group
The magical Germany-France-UK triangle, the alchemy that kept the EU alive for a long time. has vanished. Now Italy will play the role of European power broker
President Erdogan says: 'You cannot demand the refugee agreement without fulfilling obligations'
'They need a clear perspective following Brexit in order not to endanger their residence with us,' says the party's chair
Nobody is entirely sure what the terms of Britain's departure from the EU will be
International Trade Secretary says UK is unlikely to go into a customs union with the EU
According to new YouthSight analysis, for every one student who voted Leave, six chose Remain
Exclusive: Move exposes almost immediate impact of Brexit on UK economy
'When things get messy, 'student politics' should not be synonymous with pettiness, turmoil, backstabbing and mudslinging - it’s deeply unfair'
Local leaders say they have lost patience with his leadership after the EU campaign
It's not true to say that as people get older, they become more Eurosceptic – there's good reason to believe that as the baby boomers begin to die out, so will British suspicion of the EU
Enda Kenny says a clause in Good Friday Agreement could be triggered to allow for future vote
Tory MPs declare a 'game, set and match' victory over Corbyn in new leader's first PMQs appearance