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But rules and instructions behind the threshold are not lawful when it comes to the welfare of children, the judges say
Cabinet minister says it will take 'years and years' for Britons to fill jobs done by EU workers
As a society we’re in denial about this necessary trade-off between the rising demand for healthcare and the rates of tax we’re prepared to bear
Crossbench peer joins calls for Parliament to be able to amend any Brexit deal – and potentially stop Britain crashing out of the EU with no deal at all
Follow updates throughout the day as the upper chamber discusses the Government's EU withdrawal plans
Debate in Westminster Hall triggered after a petition to block state visit reaches almost two million signatories
The Prime Minister took the highly unusual step of attending the House of Lords debate
Labour peer says PM has 'gone full pelt to avoid public debate about Britain’s options in Europe, while rushing off to Washington'
Former Labour Cabinet minister predicts less trade and no cut in immigration, saying 'Don’t you think the public will have something to say about that outcome?'
The Prime Minister may be forced into giving ground on guaranteeing rights for EU citizens
The Prime Minister said the issue was ‘something I have always attached a personal importance to’
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But Jean-Claude Juncker says Theresa May is right to believe the rights of EU citizens – and Britons in other EU countries – can be resolved easily
The report says Theresa May’s keynote Brexit speech at Lancaster House was a ‘mixture of veiled threats and pledges of goodwill’
The Prime Minister falters on local matters