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House of Commons Speaker John Bercow warns Conservative leadership hopefuls that he will not allow them to suspend parliament in order to force through a no-deal Brexit.
Former Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab is leading the race to succeed Theresa May as prime minister.
Former Brexit Secretary says the terms of Theresa May's deal would be worse than Remaining in the EU.
The pound is tanking after Theresa May’s Brexit secretary, key Cabinet minister resign in protest of withdrawal plan
The pound tumbled 1.5% after a key cabinet member joined Brexit secretary Dominic Raab in resigning in protest of Theresa May's plan to leave the EU.
The UK Brexit secretary has started telling colleagues that a no-deal exit would be preferable to the deal offered by the EU, according to a report.
Dominic Raab, the UK Brexit Secretary, admitted on Sunday that the UK government has ditched its red line of there being a specific end date in the so-called backstop for protecting the Irish border.
Theresa May is struggling to keep her government together as pro-Brexit ministers openly plot against her
Prime Minister Theresa May will chair a Cabinet meeting on Tuesday with up to 10 pro-Brexit ministers urging her to change her Brexit plans or face mass resignations and the potential collapse of her government.
UK Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab will hold six hours of talks with Michel Barnier, the EU's chief Brexit negotiator, on Friday morning. Both sides are trying to reach an agreement on the Northern Irish backstop, with just over 6 weeks to go until the October European Council summit.
From sperm shortages to credit card transactions: here are some of the most unusual details in the UK government's first batch of no deal Brexit technical notices, which were published on Thursday.
UK Brexit secretary Dominic Raab met his EU counterpart Michel Barnier in Brussels on Tuesday for the latest round of talks. A number of key issues need to be resolved to ensure the UK avoids a no-deal exit in March next year.