Cabinet ministers receive stark economic warnings against adopting a 'Norway-style' model
Workers' rights secured by European Court of Justice decisions are threatened by Brexit
Parliamentary vote on final Brexit agreement hailed as 'victory' by pro-EU MPs
The revelation came amid a High Court challenge to Theresa May's plans to trigger Article 50 and begin Brexit, without parliament's consent
Duncan Keating was found dead in Manchester just hours after the argument got out of hand
‘It is critical that the Government takes basic steps to stabilise investment in the energy sector’
Yet there is no place on the Cabinet committee which will oversee withdrawal for the Attorney General – despite the complex legal challenges involved
'I'll play with you. I'm very sure they cannot be brighter than me. I will ask five questions that will humiliate you'
The number of Irish passport applications from British citizens has almost doubled since the UK voted to leave the European Union, according to Ireland's foreign office.
Both pro and anti-Brexit Tories warn Theresa May not to shut Parliament out of decisions on EU withdrawal
The ‘15-year rule’ is set to be scrapped, meaning British people living abroad will receive voting rights for life
Prime Minister outlined plans to ‘take Britain out of the EU’ at the Birmingham International Convention Centre
Scientists say tests show Britain needs tougher checks on livestock imports
Chancellor performs U-turn after protests that poorer regions would lose vital regeneration funding
She hopes more youngsters can be encouraged to 'engage with countryside matters'
Theresa May says mechanism to leave union will be triggered in March