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The six main contenders to replace UK prime minister Theresa May: Michael Gove; Dominic Raab;  Jeremy Hunt; Sajid Javid;  Andrea Leadsom and Boris Johnson. Photograph: /AFP/Getty Images

The UK’s environment secretary Michael Gove has confirmed he will formally enter the Conservative leadership race. Speaking from his London home on S(...)

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn with parliamentary candidate Lisa Forbes  campaigning in Peterborough ahead of next week’s local elections.  Photograph: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

Labour could back a Brexit deal without the promise of a second referendum if talks with Theresa May’s government make progress this week, one of the (...)

Leo Varadkar: “If you start trying to amend it or unpick it you might find that the whole thing starts to unravel.” Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said there is “not much room for renegotiation” of the Brexit deal. Mr Varadkar also said it will be “very difficult” to a(...)

Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney: ‘If there is no progress on the backstop, we are in for an uncertain summer.’ Photograph: Cyril Byrne

British prime minister Theresa May has two weeks to table written proposals on how to solve the Irish Border issue in order to avoid a Brexit crisis a(...)

European Council president Donald Tusk: said British Brexit proposals for “managed divergence” from EU regulations along with preferential access to EU markets show that Boris Johnson’s “cake philosophy” lives on. Photograph: John Thys/AFP/Getty Images

Ireland is willing to pay more into the European Union’s coffers after the United Kingdom quits, but it will not accept changes to corporation tax rul(...)

 Donald Trump and   Theresa May: Britain’s bind is that Trump is not the cash cow that some had hoped.    Photograph: Reuters/Matt Dunham/Pool

When Theresa May visited Washington in January, she mentioned the special relationship more times than her hosts spelt her name right in the official (...)

British prime minister Theresa May and chancellor of the exchequer Philip Hammond. Photograph: Carl Court/PA Wire

Britain’s chancellor of the exchequer, Philip Hammond, has told UK prime minister Theresa May he will not quit the government after media reports of a(...)