Brexit ultras: the Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg and the Ukip MEP Nigel Farage at a Leave Means Leave rally on Friday. Photograph: Jack Taylor/Getty

Anyone who asks where Brexit is heading hasn’t been paying attention. Or maybe that question is intended to be wryly ironic. Nobody, not least in the (...)

UK prime minister Theresa May walks back to number 10 after making a statement in Downing Street. Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Theresa May’s defiant statement outside 10 Downing Street, promising to fight “with everything I’ve got” to keep her job, set out the case she will ma(...)

Leading Tory Eurosceptic Jacob Rees-Mogg. File photograph: Victoria Jones/PA

A Conservative Party investigation into allegedly Islamophobic comments by Boris Johnson has been denounced as a “show trial” by Jacob Rees-Mogg. Wri(...)

UK prime minister Theresa May visiting the Reece Group’s Armstrong Works in Newcastle. Photograph: Russell Cheyne/PA Wire

Theresa May has started a nationwide campaign to win support for her Chequers proposal on Brexit by telling engineering workers in northeast England t(...)

(Left to right) British Labour Party peer  Lord Adonis with  Fianna Fáil foreign affairs spokesman  Darragh O’Brien; former British deputy prime minister and  Liberal Democrat leader Sir Nick Clegg; former Conservative deputy prime minister Lord Heseltine and and Fianna Fáil Brexit spokesman Stephen Donnelly in Dublin on Wednesday. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw.

Sinn Féin MPs should not take their seats in Westminster to stop Brexit because it would be “incredibly difficult” for others in parliament be on the (...)

UK prime minister Theresa May: “If we were to accept passporting, we would just be a rule-taker.” Photograph: Steve Parsons/PA

Theresa May has urged the European Union to engage with what she described as her “ambitious but practical” vision of a future relationship between Br(...)

“It was all so different before June’s election, when Jeremy  Corbyn was greeted with cheers from the Conservatives and a dark, mutinous hush from the benches behind him.” File photograph: PA Wire

Theresa May has had a bruising few weeks at prime minister’s questions (PMQs), as Jeremy Corbyn has hit relentlessly at her government’s weakest point(...)

British prime minister Theresa May will say her government is seeking a ‘deep and special partnership’ between the UK  and a strong and successful EU. Photograph: AFP

Theresa May will on Monday urge the European Union to show more flexibility in negotiation over Brexit, telling them that “the ball is in their court”(...)

British prime minister Theresa May said a Scottish independence referendum would be ’divisive and cause huge economic uncertainty at the worst possible time’. Photograph: PA Wire

On days when you cannot see beyond the sly, shambolic cute hoorism and absence of vision in this little Republic, think of this. Imagine the head-me(...)

Michael Heseltine: “I believe that the referendum result is the most disastrous peacetime result that we’ve seen in this country.” Photograph: PA Wire

British prime minister Theresa May has defended her sacking of former deputy prime minister Michael Heseltine after the 83-year-old peer voted against(...)

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