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A post-Brexit deal should make it easier to build supermarkets, avoid tax and sue the UK, US business lobbyists say.
Republican and pro-remain parties in Northern Ireland announced an electoral pact of sorts on Monday morning that will probably end up costing the DUP seats.
Last night the Prime Minister published 115 pages of turgid text he wants MPs to agree in three days. We’ve waded through as much of it as we can – and identified some horrors. But we won’t have caught them all.
Here’s everything you need to know about the legal framework for the PM’s proposed Brexit deal.
MPs will soon table amendments to the Brexit legislation and Labour said it wants to include plans for a customs union arrangement.
With MPs meeting on a Saturday for the first time since the Falklands conflict, how will the day unfold and what does it all mean?
Guardian analysis shows less than 5% of the original deal has been renegotiated. What has been removed from May’s deal and what has replaced it?
Open Europe's Stephen Booth, David Shiels and Dominic Walsh examine the revised Withdrawal Agreement
EU and UK negotiators reach a new Brexit agreement that would avoid a hard border.
A sea border would mean checks at major ports in Great Britain and Northern Ireland, such as Holyhead, Liverpool, Belfast and Larne.
We examine the impact of the Brexit plans under discussion between the EU and UK.
With a month to go, here is everything you need to know about travel in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
There's been a lot of talk about a "clean break", allowing the country to sort things out once and for all and move on. The Brexit Party says leaving the EU with no deal would produce a clean break - and a significant number of Conservatives agree. Sadly, it's not that simple.
A comprehensive guide to the massive impact likely if the UK crashes out of the EU.
Boris Johnson's suspension of Parliament means 12 high-profile government bills have been lost, including a law protecting victims of domestic abuse and key pieces of post-Brexit legislation.
A few pages of the UK's government assessment, "Operation Yellowhammer" offers a rare glimpse at what a no-deal Brexit looks like.
Documents revealing the impact of a no-deal Brexit on the UK have been released by the Government following a demand from MPs.
A secret Whitehall dossier has outlined the disruption the UK could face in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
MPs tried to hold down the Speaker to stop him from leaving his seat and walking into the House of Lords.
MPs have accused the prime minister of trying to squash attempts to block a no-deal Brexit. Here's what it all means.
But why has the Irish border remained a major sticking point in the Brexit negotiations?
The report shows that no deal will not “get Brexit done” rather, it will usher in a period of prolonged uncertainty for citizens, workers and businesses, which is unlikely to be resolved anytime soon, our new report, No deal Brexit: issues, impacts, implications, reveals.