Michael Gove, Andrea Leadsom, Liam Fox and other Eurosceptics were understood to be convinced that changes could still be made to the so-called “Northern...

Sir Bernard Jenkin, chairman of the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee (PACAC), wants the number of Lords cut and capped at 600...

A survey of more than 1,000 business leaders showed support for a so-called People’s Vote is growing with almost three out of five backing a poll. The...

Under post-Brexit visa plans, Mr Raab is proposing a “youth mobility scheme” which would allow people aged between 18 and 30 to remain in Britain. Britain’s...

The lawyers, which include Labour peer Baroness Kennedy QC, have sent a letter to Parliament saying they are not legally tied to the 2016 vote. The letter...

EU nations say they will refuse to give the green light to a tariff-free customs deal with Britain unless European boats are allowed to fish in UK waters. The...

A string of unelected parliamentarians pleaded for another national poll on the UK’s links with the European bloc during a House of Lords debate...

Mrs May is ready to give ground on one of the key sticking areas of the talks concerning the land border between the United Kingdom and Ireland, according...

The Foreign Secretary plans to call for talks over the bloc’s response to alleged malicious Russian activity on the continent.  He will also demand...

In a comeback to the political limelight that could embarrass Theresa May, the former Foreign Secretary is understood to have agreed to address at least...

The Confederation of British Industry has urged Government to ensure those who are not “working, studying or self-sufficient” are made to leave. The...

There has been an apparent increase of incidents where lumps of stonework fall off the building, while many MPs can tell of regularly experiencing unpleasant...

Ahead of Theresa May’s visit to the Irish border today, Sinn Fein, the SDLP, the Alliance Party and Green Party urged No10 to step up its game on the...

The Pro-Brexit MP was photographed speaking alongside Labour MP Frank Field to the European Research Group member and recently resigned Brexit minister...

The European Research Group (ERG) led by Mr Rees-Mogg wants to amend the Prime Minister’s Trade Bill as they claim the Government has “broken...

Since 2014 the EU has imposed a series of economic sanctions and other measures against Russia, including asset freezes and travel restrictions, over...

Peers are poised to launch a fresh match of parliamentary “ping pong” and send more amendments to the EU Withdrawal Bill back to the Commons...

Around 70 Labour hard line MPs are expected to back the so called Norway option on Wednesday with Britain entering the European Economic Area, which...

The EEF manufacturers’ association criticised the proposed customs arrangement preferred by Brexiteers, stating it was naive to think it could be implemented...

Renew is hoping to convince Britain it is “not too late” to reverse the decision to leave the European Union. Heading in to Thursday’s local authority...

International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has dubbed the deal an early “win” and said it will reduce costs for British consumers. But in return, Britons...

The party said it would encourage a formal complaint to be made but that it could not take legal action without evidence. The women have been told that...

Festus Abu Kwara United supporters have called for the sacking of  the struggling  Ilorin  Premier League club coach John Obuh. Obuh was during the...

South Korean lawmakers protested Friday over a visit by a top North Korean general for the Pyeongchang Olympics, labelling him a war criminal over the...

After the tragic shooting that killed 17 in Parkland, Florida, the youth affiliate of Women’s March have planned a National School Walkout. Here’s...