Russia warns Britain at U.N. nerve agent attack meeting over accusations that Moscow is to blame for poisoning former Russian spy
Britain says best way forward on North Korea is to intensify economic pressure
Manchester United have found a £40m replacement for Henrikh Mkhitaryan
Theresa May says 'disappointed' by UK parliament vote but 'on course to deliver Brexit'
NATO boss: Brexit will change UK relationship with EU but not relationship with NATO - for me Brexit highlights importance of NATO-EU cooperation
Belgian PM @CharlesMichel on Brexit: There is still much work to do in the coming weeks and monthsbut here we have passed a stage that a few weeks ago many thought we wouldn't
: We have the commitments that the British Government has made to both Ireland and the rest of the EU. Those commitments are cast-iron in my view
: Businesses need time to adapt to any new realities in the context of Brexit. I have said that I think a transition period should be closer to four or five years
_Bettel: We should not punish British citizens because they have decided to leave but we should not punish the other countries too because one is leaving
Tusk: The real test of our unity will be the second phase of Brexit talks
Donald Tusk: This EUCO is a very clear illustration of the fact that only when we are united can we successfully deal with most difficult issues like with European defence or Brexit
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Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland met External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj in Delhi
Theresa May to meet with EU27 hours after Commons Brexit defeat
Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow: it was regrettable that material had been exiled from the papers, and that the reports took so long to be published, but says there has been no contempt of Parliament
Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow: ministers could have been "considerably clearer in their statements" regarding the Brexit sectoral analysis reports, but the argument that there has been a contempt of the House "has not been met"
Speaker of the UK House of Commons says David Davis not in contempt over Brexit impact assessments
David Davis: (asked if the UK will pay the Brexit bill if there's no free trade deal) "the withdrawal agreement is written in the light of Article 50, which says 'taking into account the future relationship', if that doesn't happen the whole deal falls away"
David Davis: (asked about polls showing a majority in favour of a referendum on the final Brexit deal) "no opinion poll comes anywhere near the votes of seventeen and a half million people, which we will respect"
Pakistan PM Abbasi, Shehbaz, Khawaja Asif meet Nawaz in London
David Davis: (on transparency) the EU's own fact sheet on transparency in trade negotiation notes "a certain level of confidentiality is necessary"… it is right that we take a similar approach
David Davis: (asked about transparency during the negotiations) we are committed to keeping Parliament and public informed…We will be as open and transparent as possible, subject to not revealing any information which could undermine negotiations
Brexit Secretary David Davis: last night's vote will result in a "very compressed timetable" when implementing the UK's exit from the EU, but the government takes the outcome of the vote seriously
Brexit Secretary David Davis: a no-deal is now "massively less probable" after last week's deal with the EU
Brexit Secretary David Davis: the implementation period must be finite, we want to achieve the right to negotiate and sign free trade deals during the period
Brexit Secretary David Davis speaking in the House of Commons: I welcome president Tusk's recommendation that talks on an implementation should start immediately and be agreed as soon as possible
May to urge EU leaders to move Brexit talks on to a second phase
Former Swedish Prime Minister: Negotiating Brexit deal will take longer than the UK expects
Facebook says Russian-linked accounts spent just 97 cents on ads over Brexit
Metropolitan Police says detectives have traced two of the four drivers involved in a collision in Tulse Hill in south London in which a 29-year-old woman was killed
Greater Manchester Police says a three-year-old girl believed to be Lia Pearson has died in hospital following a house fire in Worsley