The Brexit Secretary declared Britain will push for “the full sweep of economic cooperation” and that financial services must not be excluded...

European Union leaders are expected to discuss the next long-term budget at a summit in February. The tense negotiations will be one of the big political...

Civil servants have been warned they must accelerate preparations for all eventualities – including the prospect of leaving the EU without a deal. David...

The Bow Group, chaired by former cabinet minister Lord Tebbit, and the eurosceptic Bruges Group have laid out a series of demands to the Prime Minister...

The SNP insisted the Labour leader agree to attend a cross-party Westminster summit being held next week when MPs return from their Christmas recess. Mr...

Huge swathes of 2017 was spent in dramatic stand-offs with EU chiefs and the 27 remaining member states. Tough talking officials including Michel Barnier...

The peer – who has never been elected to Government – called the Brexit referendum “dangerous populist and nationalist spasm”...

GETTY/PA Theresa May said ‘Brexit is crucial’ but ‘will not limit our ambitions’ in her New Year message As well as Britain’s...

The European Union’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier has held talks with Oliver Robbins, Mr Davis’s chief official, in the run up to this month’s...

International Trade Secretary Liam Fox said the recruitment meant the UK was ready to take full advantage of the opportunities of breaking free from...

Nearly 82,000 citizens in Northern Ireland sought the burgundy-coloured passport, an increase of almost 20% on the previous year. In Britain the demand...

The Labour peer dubbed the vote for Brexit a “dangerous populist and nationalist spasm” and he said Theresa May’s “extreme”...

A unified Ireland, with Northern Ireland leaving the United Kingdom and rejoining the Republic of Ireland, has risen in popularity in the Republic of...

The EU Withdrawal Bill will be subject to intense Lords scrutiny in the New Year, with fears Remainers could stall the whole process. Lord Lisvane warned...

Ministers want to set out key industries, such as the pharmaceutical sector, where both the UK and EU will cooperate on regulations. In exchange for...

Sigmar Gabriel said a “smart” deal by Brussels would serve as model for ties with other nations. He said the likes of Turkey and Ukraine did not...

The Bow Group called for the Conservative whip to be withdrawn from the former Cabinet minister and veteran Brussels supporter for his outburst earlier...

GETTY Only 17% of those surveyed were pessimistic about figures next year Research carried out for the Institute of Directors found 47% of bosses were...

In his most outspoken outburst yet, the former Tory Cabinet minister suggested the “short term pain” of hard-Left rule in Downing Street...

The experts said the effects on the UK have been less than feared and we will bounce back in economic league tables inside two years.  But emerging...

After months of deadlock and intense all night calls in a tough week for the Prime Minister, EU27 leaders unanimously agreed “sufficient progress”...

MSP Stewart Stevenson sent Mr Davis a Cullen skink-style fish pie in the hope it will stink out his rival’s office over the Christmas holiday. The...

Businessmen like Lord Edmiston and Peter Cruddas have accused HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) of a “political attack” after being sent letters demanding...

After 11 Conservative MPs voted against the Government on an amendment guaranteeing parliament a “meaningful vote” on the final Brexit deal, Mr Jenkin...

Seven pro-EU MPs, MEPs and MSPs from four parties in Scotland are appealing to the European Court of Justice to rule whether Article 50 could be triggered...