Mr Johnson had been due to meet with ministers today to brief them on the state of play – but BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg reported a change...

As reported by The Daily Telegraph, speculation over a potential new deal has seen rises in the pound and British stock. Downing Street is believed...

In a joint statement released after more than two hours of intense talks, the pair admitted “challenges” remained over how to avoid customs checks...

His “non-aggression pact” would involve his party not standing against Leave-backing Tory MPs, in return for a no-deal Brexit pledge. Mr Farage also...

The Taoiseach acknowledged ahead of the discussion that it will be “very difficult” to secure a deal by the EU summit next week. Mr Johnson wants...

Government sources have told Reuters ministers are planning to call the Parliamentary session on October 19 – regardless of whether Boris Johnson...

In the court judgment, Lord Pentland said both the Prime Minister and the Government had given “unequivocal assurances” that they would comply...

Senior Government figures are considering the plans which also induing sending a Eurosceptic commissioner to Brussels if the EU refuses a new deal or...

The Netherlands Prime Minister told Mr Johnson the EU will not be accepting his new Brexit proposal because it creates a border between Northern Ireland...

Lady Hale was overheard telling the Association of State Girls’ Schools, “let’s hear it for the girly swots” – in reference to a comment...

“He cannot be trusted, and this court action is about ensuring he abides by the law. “If Boris Johnson tries to defy the law and defy both the Holyrood...

Open Europe’s new report, ‘Manageable but material: the consequences of No Deal and how the Government should respond’ sets out nine things the...

Mrs May made an agreement with Brussels that the UK would play by similar rules as it has done in the past in regard to competition, state aid, and workplace...

And, speaking in the wake of Mr Johnson’s speech to the Conservative Party conference yesterday, Alan Hastings said the plan amounted to “complete...

The Commons debate kicked off just after 11.30am and saw Boris Johnson attempt to sell his Brexit proposals to MPs. He reiterated his determination to...

And vowing to bring the Brexit wrangle to a conclusion at last, he is to signal the negotiations will be cancelled immediately if the EU refuses to seriously...

The Tory rebel was one of 21 MPs expelled from the Conservative Party after voting to block a no deal Brexit. Mr Grieve said that legislation may be...

Mr Johnson will unveil long-awaited details of his alternative to the Irish backstop today, with the legal document likely to be sent to EU leaders for...

Speaking at the Tory party conference in Manchester, Mr Johnson said: “We haven’t got a prayer of uniting the country until we get Brexit...

The Prime Minister has been accused of attempting to instil fear in Parliament and public life by claiming that riots will ensue if the UK does not leave...

The prime minister could turn to the Civil Contingencies Act 2004 which gives ministers the right to suspend the rule of law for up to 30 days if a tumultuous...

MPs in the House of Commons have rejected a Parliamentary recess to allow the Conservative Party to hold their conference. Boris Johnson was forced to...

The Prime Minister said the implications of the Supreme Court’s ruling to overturn the suspension of Parliament were being looked at. And he refused...

Facing an angry House of Commons, Prime Minister Boris Johnson made no mention of the resignation so many have called for. He focused on Brexit, and...

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court ruled Boris Johnson’s suspension of Parliament was unlawful, and “the effect on the fundamentals of democracy was extreme”....