Russia warns Britain at U.N. nerve agent attack meeting over accusations that Moscow is to blame for poisoning former Russian spy
Michel Barnier says the role of the European Court of Justice in the issue of citizens' rights is a "stumbling block"
EU Chief Brexit Negotiator Michel Barnier says Theresa May's Brexit speech in Florence on Friday created a "new dynamic" in the negotiations
8 month ago
UK's Brexit Minister Davis says progress on issues like citizens' rights has been achieved at the latest round of Brexit talks in Brussels
Prime Minister Theresa May says "creating needless new barriers to trade between the EU and its biggest market would benefit no one"
PM says at Bank of England conference "you cannot have all the benefits of membership of the single market without its obligations
PM: important to take faults of free market "seriously" in order to "preserve and improve system which has delivered unparalleled benefits"
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PM May says she will work to ensure the UK remains a global financial centre and hub for Fintech
owner Dr Marwan Koukash to hand over control of club to community trust
A 20-year-old man has been arrested by counter-terror officers in a pre-planned operation. Two addresses in London/Walsall being searched
DUP leader Arlene Foster says Prime Minister Theresa May has given her commitment to work to secure Belfast jobs in the Bombardier dispute
A man has died after an "incident involving police firearms" in Portishead near Bristol
Jeremy Corbyn has announced plans to control rents for private tenants and says Labour will "insist every home is fit for human habitation"
Corbyn: Labour would bring in opt-out organ donation for England - as in Wales. Currently opt in
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says his message to the Cabinet is "for Britain's sake, pull yourself together or make way"
Ryanair extends flight cancellations plan to mid-March
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says "we are not going to be passive spectators to a hopelessly inept negotiating team" on Brexit
Pictures from the scene so far in Portbury following apparent police shooting
Merseyside Police: detectives investigating reports armed man was seen at a nursery in Wavertree before fleeing with 2nd man on a motorcycle
Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon says Boeing's behaviour in Bombardier dispute "could jeopardise" its future defence contracts with Govt
UK Metropolitan Police: woman contracted to carry out work for Government department arrested on suspicion of offence under Official Secrets Act
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Reports of police incident involving shooting near Bristol. Witnesses say officers fired shots through a car window
Police surround car, 'several shots fired' in incident near Bristol - witnesses
11 people arrested across England and Wales in investigation into right-wing group National Action, Greater Manchester Police say
Bombardier spokeswoman says C-Series jet which is subject to 220% tariff imposed by U.S. is "critical to our future in Belfast"
PM Theresa May "bitterly disappointed" after U.S. imposed tariffs on aerospace firm Bombardier which employs 4,100 people in Belfast
9 month ago
EU must respond to Florence speech in same spirit, says May
Ireland will hold referendum next year on whether to repeal constitutional ban on abortion in almost all cases, government announces
Ireland says will hold abortion referendum in 2018