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UK’s recent narrow understanding of sovereignty belongs to a receding Trumpian world.
Scottish politicians react angrily to PM calling it Tony Blair’s ‘biggest mistake’
Boris Johnson has come under fire for reportedly telling a virtual meeting of Conservative MPs that devolution had been a "disaster" in Scotland.
My former Conservative colleagues: ask yourselves what Boris Johnson has achieved, and heed the damning answer
‘If there isn’t good news by then ... time is up,’ says senior EU diplomat
PM risks major confrontation with Joe Biden by persevering with internal market bill.
Lord Heseltine, who wrote a report called Empowering English Cities in 2019, told Econ Film’s CoronaNomics show that the picture is “infinitely depressing”.
PM urged to recognise pursuit of no-deal Brexit would be regarded as serious error by US.
With 65 days to go until the UK leaves the EU single market and customs union, the approval rating of the EU leadership has never been higher among Britons, according to a new poll.
Democratic candidate had warned trade deal was dependent on respecting EU Brexit deal.
New research finds current Tory leader ‘loathed’ by Scots in a way David Cameron and Theresa May were not.
Cross-party group files claim to force inquiry into Russian interference in UK elections.
Ivan Rogers, former UK ambassador to the EU, says prime minister will think ‘history was going his way’ if Donald Trump is re-elected
Business groups have variously described a 22-minute call with the prime minister and the Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove as "terrible", "disappointing" and "more of a lecture".
"The only winners if we remove legal routes to safety for refugee children trying to reach family here are the criminals and the traffickers," says Lord Dubs.
The prime minister accused the EU of "abandoning" the talks as recently as Friday.
PM tells industry leaders anxious about stalled negotiations "rien ne vas plus", which means "no more bets" in the casino game.
Former terror law reviewer David Anderson warns of serious impact on fight against cross-border crime.
Britain has been told to prepare for a no-deal Brexit when the transition period ends on 1 January 2021, after trade deal talks reached an impasse.
Longest-serving supreme court justice says healthy democracy requires checks on ministers.
The prime minister said there must be a "fundamental change of approach" from the EU if a trade deal is to be agreed.
Brussels offers more negotiations next week, but Downing Street says ‘The trade talks are over’.