The Prime Minister even appeared to take a weaker position on the European Court of Justice
'Certainly, the threat of losing a vote will weigh very heavily on the Government’s mind,’ says Tory MP Anna Soubry
'All his Cabinet agreed with that unilateral offer, except his Home Secretary, Mrs May, who insisted on blocking it'
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said there are 'thousands of questions to ask'
‘This offer could have been made loudly and clearly nearly a year ago,’ Adam Marshall, director general of the British Chambers of Commerce, says
'Why should jam have more rights than a Spanish nurse, or a Polish plumber?'
'It may be asked whether this was collective blindness and ineptitude or whether there was method in the madness'
'The commitment that we make to EU citizens will be enshrined in UK law and will be enforced through our highly respected courts,' Prime Minister says
On the anniversary of the momentous decision to leave the EU, Parliament, rather than the Government, is in the driving seat
Samples from 600 high-rise flats are being tested urgently
Mark Rutte said he hates Brexit 'from every angle'
Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar has become the latest European politician to say the "door" is open if the UK wants to stay in the EU.
It is her first meeting with European leaders since the general election in the UK
Prime Minister met by shouts of 'stand down' and 'resign'