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Theresa May's Irish Brexit border plans have been 'annihilated' by EU negotiators


Why Theresa May's customs union defeat could ultimately save her premiership


Brexit campaign chief praises 'very clever' Nazi propaganda in leaked tapes



This senior Conservative MP believes Theresa May could be forced to call a second Brexit referendum


Why 25% of English farms could go bankrupt after Brexit


Lawyers say the Brexit campaign may have deliberately broken electoral law



David Davis says Britain will not pay the £39 billion Brexit bill if EU doesn't offer a detailed deal


Michel Barnier says Britain must stay permanently bound to EU regulations after Brexit if it wants a trade deal


Israel's Labour party suspends relations with Corbyn over accusations of anti-Semitism


Ireland says David Davis is speaking 'nonsense' as row over Brexit border escalates


Hilary Clinton warns Theresa May that Brexit could destroy the Irish peace deal


The British public supports a referendum to have a 'final say' on the Brexit deal



'The weakest, most riven government I've ever seen': Scotland's Brexit minister says May's 'paralysed' Cabinet is damaging negotiations


How May's Irish border dilemma could keep the UK in the single market


Britain's decision to manufacture passports in France after Brexit is heading for a legal battle


Putin's $19,200 rent-a-mobs: Emails show Russia uses paid thugs and email hackers to sow dissent and chaos abroad



The Scottish government believes the Cambridge Analytica scandal could trigger a second Brexit referendum


Brexit, one year to go: Time is running out for Theresa May to get a deal


Why Trump's 'predatory' plan to exploit Brexit makes a US-UK trade deal almost impossible


The Cambridge Analytica scandal has now reached Theresa May's door


Why a hard Brexit Irish border would reopen a 'gaping wound' and wreck the Irish peace process


'A pitiful, abject surrender': Britain's Leave-voting fishermen feel betrayed by May's Brexit deal


Scottish MPs threaten to vote down final Brexit deal as row over fishing rights escalates


Why Theresa May will almost certainly break her promise to avoid a hard Brexit border in Ireland


Putin believes the UK is weak because of Brexit, according to Lithuanian minister


The UK government is hiding its Brexit plans by making firms sign secretive 'gagging agreements'


Brexit will damage NHS funding, increase waiting times, and worsen staff shortages, report says


5 charts from the Spring statement show the UK economy is doing better than expected


The government could bring forward a key immigration bill to bolster preparations for a no-deal Brexit


Theresa May's Brexit plan to register millions of EU citizens risks descending into 'chaos'


Boris Johnson says a no-deal Brexit 'doesn't hold terrors' for him hours after government estimates it could cost 8% of UK GDP


This legal case could hand British people the right to remain EU citizens after Brexit


This leading EU politician explains why Britain is likely to rejoin after Brexit


The EU says Theresa May's Brexit trade plans are based on a 'failed' model


David Davis threatens to withdraw £39 billion Brexit divorce bill as hard Irish border dispute escalates


'You can't negotiate with reality': The EU believes it can 'force' the UK to accept its Irish border Brexit demands


Theresa May is ready to reject the EU's Brexit divorce deal over Irish border demands


British government says Scotland, Ireland, and Wales can take back control of Brussels laws after Brexit


UK Labour party confirms it wants a new customs union with the EU after Brexit


Theresa May is preparing to make a major U-turn on EU citizens' rights ahead of Brexit


3 reasons the EU's new Brexit guidelines spell major trouble for Theresa May


Hundreds of doctors turned away from the UK since Brexit as new visa rules deepen NHS staffing crisis


Britain's third-largest trading partner is formally planning for a no-deal Brexit


3 charts show how turbo-charged UK house prices led to a millennial home-ownership 'collapse'


Persimmon CEO receives £110 million bonus but says he never asked for it, doesn't want it, and will give it away


House prices in hyper-expensive central London are bouncing back after a chaotic run


London house prices are still falling --  and it's set to continue


£250 million Tesco fraud trial discontinued after defendant suffers a heart attack


The £3 billion property giant Shaftesbury which owns chunks of central London has taken its bust-up with a billionaire Hong Kong investor public


UK house prices are rising but analysts warn 'the momentum cannot last'