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Oxfordshire reactor has been described as ‘shining example of scientific cooperation between EU members’.
Move means PM must be in Westminster for prime minister's questions on the scheduled day of his leader's speech to activists.
Fury among delegates as card vote denied amid chaotic scenes at party conference.
Richard Braine has pulled out of the conference in Newport after fewer than 450 tickets were sold.
At Labour Conference in Brighton from the 21st-25th September members can vote to strengthen Labour's policy for a People's Vote, and campaign to remain in the EU. Our app is a great way for any Labour delegate to find out more, come together and back the call to give the public a vote on the final Brexit Deal.
Local parties demand their leader ‘support revoking Article 50 if necessary’ – paving way for another titanic conference battle to change policy
MPs are considering a bid to cancel the annual autumn recess set aside for party conferences in a fresh attempt to prevent Boris Johnson ploughing ahead with a no-deal Brexit on 31 October.
What's the latest on the backstop post-Salzburg? What type of custom checks are the European Commission proposing? Take us to the (Irish) Whiskey Bar post-Brexit? From geographical indicators to being grouped in with pornography and the arms trade, William Lavelle, head of the Irish Whiskey Association, outlines the challenges ahead for the industry.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May's (war?) dance at the Tory Party conference; DUP leader Arlene Foster's "blood red lines"; Boris Johnson's "Chuck Chequers" speech and the Taoiseach's meetings in Brussels with Council President: How healthy are the prospects for a Brexit breakthrough ahead of the October 17th summit?
Keir Starmer, the shadow Brexit secretary, tells delegates at the Labour party conference in Liverpool that if Theresa May ends negotiations without a deal, 'campaigning for a public vote must be an option … and nobody is ruling out remain as an option'.