Jeremy Corbyn should promise a vote on the final deal. It's the only way the country can get through the shambles created by the Leave campaign
The real challenge facing this vulnerable government is agreeing the egregious Brexit 'divorce bill', which could be as much as £85bn
Don’t misunderstand me – I didn’t think I had white skin, but I thought, skin aside, that inside I was as white as any of my white-middle-class peers
'Before the election the May position was very strong. Now I think in the UK the situation, the opinion is more flexible'
On the anniversary of the momentous decision to leave the EU, Parliament, rather than the Government, is in the driving seat
Britain’s failure to pause for reflection on the life of former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl – as our European partners did – is a sign that we’ve got our heads in the sand
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Fruit farmers warn that labour shortages could added between 30 and 50 per cent to the price of a punnet. That could turn out to be the least of our problems
It is her first meeting with European leaders since the general election in the UK
Applications by UK nationals in France hit a record high in 2016, according to statistics
If EU labourers disappear 'I don't have a business. It's as simple as that,' says Harry Hall, whose company farms 1,100 acres
The UK's £1.2bn soft fruit industry relies heavily on migrant labour and farmers warn it is heading for 'disaster'
The move makes Nomura the first Japanese securities firm to choose a location to secure business in the EU after Brexit
People who met EU citizens living in Britain tended to have a good experience and were therefore more likely to vote Remain
'She needs to go on in a far more consensual manner if she is going to get anything through,' a senior Conservative MP tells The Independent
Prime Minister says there is a 'possibility' MSPs will get a say on Repeal Bill