The UK Prime Minister says that a Brexit deal will have to pass a parliamentary vote but that Britain will leave the single market.
Theresa May's announcement that the UK will leave the single market in what is widely being seen as a "hard Brexit" is already having an impact.
The UK is to leave the single market when it exits the European Union says Prime Minister Theresa May, confirming that a "hard Brexit" is on the cards.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from Europe’s political capital.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
The UK's foreign secretary has reiterated his country's close ties with Riyadh, days after making comments widely interpreted as critical of the conservative Gulf state.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservative government suffered a shock election result Friday losing a London constituency in what is being described as a protest against the UK leaving the European
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Nigel Farage taunts British Prime Minister Theresa May with a mock ambassador's reception party at London's Ritz hotel.
Thomas Mair, a white supremacist, has been found guilty of killing British MP and mother of two Jo Cox.
UK PM to visit US in a bid to develop ties with the Trump administration after the President-elect suggested making Farage an Ambassador
In what is being seen as an unprecedented move, Donald Trump has suggested Nigel Farage should become Britain’s next ambassador to the US.
Britain has no overall Brexit plan and a blueprint for leaving the EU might not be agreed for six months, a leaked memo suggests.
The UK is entering a period of political uncertainty prompted by plans for negotiating a Brexit, or British exit from the European Union.
UK prime minister Theresa May has told EU leaders that she is confident a court ruling – which threatens to delay Britain’s exit from the bloc – will be…
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A court ruling in London has thrown Theresa May's plans for Brexit into disarray - by saying parliament must approve the move to trigger Article 50.
Britain’s High Court has ruled that government may not trigger Brexit process without parliament’s approval.
Should the British government or the parliament be responsible for triggering Brexit?
French police will now investigate an alleged scuffle between two members of the UK Independence Party in the European Parliament building in Strasbourg.
Attitudes are hardening ahead of eventual negotiations to take the UK out of the EU, while the pre-talks void is being filled with mud-slinging - and satire.
The Conservative Party in the UK has held on to former Prime Minister David Cameron’s place in parliament, winning the by-election for the vacant Witney seat.
Steven Woolfe is to quit Eurosceptic party UKIP after a row with a colleague in Strasbourg left him in hospital for three nights. Woolfe, who had