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British prime minister Theresa May is seen in the House of Commons, London, on Thursday. Photograph: UK parliament/Jessica Taylor/PA Wire

MPs have voted to delay Britain’s departure from the EU by at least three months as talks continue between Theresa May’s government and the DUP in an (...)

Britain’s business secretary Greg Clark says the government promised Nissan  its operations would not be hit by Brexit but the car manufacturer has abandoned production plans. Photograph: Toby Melville

Conservative MPs have started at least three days of talks with ministers and officials over “alternative arrangements” to the Northern Ireland backst(...)

Any successful amendments will not have the force of law, but will carry heavy political weight as a signal to Downing Street and Brussels of what kind of Brexit MPs are likely to approve. Photograph: Tolga Akmen/AFP/Getty Images

The House of Commons is due to vote on Tuesday on a series of amendments relating to the Brexit process. This follows the defeat by 432 votes to 202 (...)

Sir Graham Brady’s amendment to the Brexit withdrawal agreement calls for the backstop to be replaced with “alternative arrangements”. File photograph: Leon Neal/Getty Images

British prime minister Theresa May on Monday asked her party to support a proposal which calls for the Northern Irish backstop in her Brexit deal with(...)

British prime minister Theresa May issues her latest statement on Brexit to MPs in the House of Commonson Monday. Photograph: PA Wire

Theresa May made the case for her Brexit deal at the despatch box of the House of Commons for two hours on Monday afternoon, asking MPs to give it a s(...)

Dominic Raab: “I would be happy to give evidence to the committee when a deal is finalised, and currently expect 21 November to be suitable.”  Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Britain and the European Union could conclude a deal within the next three weeks, Brexit secretary Dominic Raab has told a parliamentary committee at (...)

British Labour MP Margaret Hodge, who faces a party disciplinary inquiry after accusing leader Jeremy Corbyn of being  a “racist and anti-Semite”. Photograph: PA Wire

The British Labour Party averted a bitter showdown with MPs over its code of conduct on Monday, with a key vote on whether it should adopt an internat(...)

Hilary Benn: “Twenty-three months after the referendum and 14 months since the triggering of article 50, we still don’t know what the UK’s future relationship with the EU will be . . .” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Britain has warned the European Union that excluding it from the Galileo satellite navigation system could limit the scope of future security co-opera(...)

Brexit secretary David Davis is adamant time is still on his side as he sought  a way through what has become the biggest crisis of the Brexit negotiations so far. Photograph: Tolga Akmen/AFP/Getty Images

The UK’s Brexit secretary David Davis has said he would consider it a failure if the UK was forced to extend its membership of the EU customs union, a(...)

Brexit: the Commons committee says London has made little progress on the problem of how to maintain an open Irish Border if the UK leaves the customs union and single market. Photograph: Victoria Jones/PA Wire

The UK should consider remaining in the European Union beyond March 2019 to allow more time to resolve issues such as the future of the Border, the H(...)

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