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Archbishops warn bill could ‘further undermine trust and goodwill’ among home nations.
System for dispersing child asylum seekers to local councils is ‘buckling’, says children’s commissioner.
The U.K.’s most senior Anglican bishops have warned that legislation breaching part of the Brexit divorce agreement the government signed with the European Union will set a “disastrous precedent” and could undermine peace in Northern Ireland.
Longest-serving supreme court justice says healthy democracy requires checks on ministers.
The outcome being pursued by the prime minister in the Brexit trade talks will not avoid costly friction at the border.
Ratings agency cites weakening economy, Brexit woes and coronavirus shocks.
The prime minister said there must be a "fundamental change of approach" from the EU if a trade deal is to be agreed.
Up to 1,700 backed up lorries could soon be forced to wait in the lorry park in Ashford, Kent, which some are already calling the "Farage Garage".
Brussels offers more negotiations next week, but Downing Street says ‘The trade talks are over’.
CBI warns Boris Johnson that Britain needs a deal as it is already facing impact of Covid
Residents are being urged to have their say on Ashford's controversial post-Brexit lorry park – four months after work began on the site.
Macron insists there is no margin for negotiation over French fishing rights.
EU leaders have dropped a pledge to "intensify" Brexit negotiations after this week's summit, in signs that Brussels is prepared to call Boris Johnson's bluff on his threat to walk away from trade talks.
Medical supplies crucial to fight a second wave of coronavirus face being disrupted by a no-deal Brexit, a leading health think tank has warned.
‘Scottish public have shifted even further towards supporting an independent Scotland, with record numbers now saying they would vote Yes’
The pound rebounded from a one-week low after the U.K. signaled it will continue Brexit trade talks beyond Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Oct. 15 deadline.
A protest against the UK Internal Market Bill will be held outside the UK Government’s headquarters in Edinburgh today.
The European Union is about to formally reject a UK plea for special allowances for exports of electric cars in a post-Brexit trade deal.
Rhetoric that government will develop gold standard fisheries is ‘a joke’, campaigners say.
‘We expect the EU to bring forward contingency measures,’ said the transport secretary.