Mr Trump spoke to reporters as he flew to Florida with the Japanese premier
Chuck Cooper informed the government he no longer wanted to be considered for the role
He made the comments in a private meeting on Wednesday
‘I watched [the court’s arguments for and against] last night with amazement and I heard things that I couldn’t believe,’ says the US President
Exclusive: Brexit Department admits it has 'no estimate' of full cost of its legal battle
Many Democrats now seem all but committed to staging a filibuster to block the nomination, raising the possibility of a procedural earthquake in the Senate
'He is humble, he is extremely articulate and he is extraordinarily hardworking'
'I look forward to meeting with Senators over the coming weeks as we begin this process'
Police also issue eight 'cease and desist' notices to individuals across UK as part of same investigation
It is simply impossible for the UK to leave the customs union without a hard border being installed in Ireland, either around the island of Ireland or between Northern Ireland and the Republic. Either would damage trade – and quite possibly wipe out entire industries
'I've been told that as a coloured woman, I'm not even human'
Eight of the 11 judges upheld decision, bringing Parliament into the Brexit process
'Parliament can repeal tomorrow what it passes today'
The campaigner received death threats after lodging the Article 50 legal case
Having to go through Parliament means the Government may not be able to begin the process of leaving the European Union until 2019, says Geoffrey Robertson QC
The Big Question: What happens now the Government has lost its Brexit legal case?