Sir Ivan Rogers's brutal resignation letter also tells British diplomats in Brussels to 'carry on speaking truth to power'
Doubts over future relations between UK and rest of European Union face making the country less attractive for scientists and investors, committee warns
Sir Andrew Cahn, who advised on setting up the EU single market, says Britain is unlikely to be allowed to stay partly inside the customs union
First Minister says Scotland must stay inside market area and calls on Theresa May to show ‘goodwill’ or face second referendum
Børge Brende is in London for discussions with the UK
The Office for Budget Responsibility trade outlook flies in the face of the Government's positive claims
'No common strategy has emerged,' warns memo to Cabinet Office
The International Trade minister has come under fire for unrealistic expectations about Brexit, in a leaked memo of discussions in Dublin
Exclusive: The Government claims that ‘public interest favours withholding this information’, although one Lib Dem peer lamented that ‘the nasty party still doesn’t understand that discrimination is bad for business‘
'Formally you cannot conclude or even negotiate the agreement that belongs to a third-country situation while you are still a member,' says Danuta Hübner
Canada's deal with the EU is floundering after getting bogged down in Belgium's regional administrations
Lord Howard has said the British Government should 'lead by example'
Will Walden had been at the former London Mayor’s side for several years
It comes after one cabinet minister suggested EU citizens' rights were one of the UK's 'main cards' in negotiations
Philip Hammond has angered some Brexiteers with his approach to cabinet discussions on the EU
The Scottish First Minister said the Tories had different priorities to Scotland