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As Britain starts to prepare for life after Brexit, senior Conservatives are coalescing around centre-right think tank Onward to provide the ideas to fend off Jeremy Corbyn from Downing Street.
A week that was supposed to move the UK and EU closer towards a deal ends with the prospect of no deal looking likelier than ever. What happened?
Theresa May is under huge pressure to ditch her Brexit plan after it was demolished by the European Union on Thursday. The prime minister is in the midst of crisis with just weeks left to find a Brexit deal
European Council president Donald Tusk tells May that EU leaders are unanimous in opposing her plans for a new economic relationship with the EU.
Speaking exclusively to Business Insider, Theresa May's former Deputy Head of her Policy Unit Will Tanner said that the Conservatives were "sleepwalking into opposition" as centre-right thinkers have "run out of steam".
Sir Vince Cable fluffs a sex joke about the "exotic spresm" of Brexiteers during his keynote speech to the Liberal Democrats' annual autumn conference.
Britain will exit the EU in just over six months, and ministers insist that leaving without a deal is a possibility. That scenario would threaten entire sectors of the UK economy.
George Freeman, the prime minister's former policy advisor, said on Thursday that May should step aside to let a younger MP lead Britain into the next stage of negotiating Brexit.
Boris Johnson says Theresa May has ‘wrapped a suicide vest’ around the UK constitution with her Brexit strategy
The former foreign secretary launched a fresh attack on Theresa May's Brexit strategy, saying that she 'wrapped a suicide vest around the British constitution' and handed the detonator to the EU. His choice of language angered fellow Conservative MPs.
Conservative MPs speak out about the UKIP entryists trying to take over their party and oust Theresa May
Pro-EU Conservative MPs have reported a spike in people trying to join the party. They believe the party is evolving and leaving pro-EU, moderate Conservative MPs behind.