Just how many migrant workers are there in the UK? What do they contribute economically? And what is the impact on the rest of the workforce and the wider economy?
Theresa Villiers warned that an agreement with the UK would not be a ‘high priority’ for either Ms Clinton or Mr Trump
The International Trade Secretary said Brexit would not make the UK more ‘inward looking’
At last, apparently, Britain can grasp its golden opportunity to trade with the world, that's if there's a single solitary product out there we're not already selling
The Secretary of State for International Trade said the UK would 'tear down trillions of dollars of international tariffs', the strongest indication yet that the UK will pursue a 'hard Brexit', which critics warn will have 'disastrous consequences' for UK businesses
Speaking to The Spectator, the MP for North Somerset elaborated on his earlier remarks that UK businesses are "growing fat and lazy" and are not ready for post-Brexit realities
Nicky Morgan said the Prime Minister has the perfect chance at Conservative conference to set out a broad plan
EXCLUSIVE: An analysis by The Independent of official data suggests British exporters would face a cost of at least £4.5bn - and in all likelihood they would take a hit many times larger
No 10 stands by the International Trade Secretary, saying he was 'expressing private views'
'This country is not the free-trading nation that it once was'
The minister however says the UK still supports the deal despite Brexit
The Prime Minister believes a 'PBS' is not the answer to lowering immigration
As Sadiq Khan, a shrewd EU watcher, has noted, inserting a rushed UK withdrawal from Europe into a crucial election year in both France and Germany is not smart
Fox, the International Trade Secretary, wants to take diplomatic relations out of Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson’s hands
The Treasury is hoping to improve growth prospects by allowing projects which might otherwise have been shelved, to go ahead
It may be August, but the Brexit sitcom is still pumping out its best material. In these rarefied times, these are the issues that matter