Labour’s Brexit spokesman Keir Starmer arrives at the Cabinet office to attend a cross-party Brexit meeting. Photograph: Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images

Conservative and Labour negotiators will meet again on Wednesday after “constructive and detailed” talks on Tuesday evening aimed at resolving the imp(...)

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 (...)

Attendees hold placards and shout during the People’s Vote Rally in Westminster on April 9th, 2019. Photograph: Tolga Akmen/AFP

MPs have voted by 420 to 110 to approve Theresa May’s request to delay Brexit until June 30th, as four hours of talks between the government and Labou(...)

Theresa May says  there is a risk that Brexit could “slip through our fingers”

Theresa May has defended her decision to seek a compromise on Brexit with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, arguing that it was the only way of ensuring th(...)

 MPs voting in the House of Commons in London, Britain, on Wednesday. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Proposed legislation to further delay the date of Brexit has cleared the House of Commons by one vote. MPs passed the Bill instructing British prime (...)

British Labour’s shadow chancellor John McDonnell has  said it would be common practice to see MPs whipped to support party policy, but said he understood the difficulties such a decision could pose for MPs in pro-Leave constituencies. File photograph: Getty Images

Britain’s Labour party will whip its MPs to back a second Brexit referendum rather than offer a free vote, its shadow chancellor John McDonnell, has s(...)

Artist’s impression of the  Tidal Lagoon Power  project at Swansea Bay, south Wales.

The timing could hardly have been more awkward – just hours before the controversial expansion of Heathrow was approved in a messy vote at Westminster(...)

Walmart would receive almost £3 billion in cash and 42 per cent of the combined business in return for selling Asda to Sainsbury’s. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

J Sainsbury, the UK’s second-biggest food retailer, has struck a deal to take over Walmart subsidiary Asda, creating Britain’s biggest grocer by marke(...)