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Britain's towns will decide who wins the next general election. The Conservatives and Labour were neck and neck in small to medium-sized towns at the recent local elections, research published on Tuesday shows.
Conservative MPs took a day off to celebrate the royal wedding, but on Monday they will be back at work on their favourite project: Trying to bri...
OPINION: May's problem is she needs the support of her own eurosceptic MPs to survive, but in order to get her EU withdrawal package through the Commons she will likely need the votes of MPs outside her party.
EU citizens at risk from May’s ‘hostile environment’ after Brexit, warns former UK civil service chief
Lord Kerslake said the Windrush scandal suggested the department could be unprepared for the 'huge' task of registering nearly 4 million EU nationals living in the UK.
Irish prime minister, Leo Varadkar, has told Theresa May that Britain must stay aligned with the single market and customs union for physical infrastructure on the Irish border to be avoided.
Theresa May is reportedly considering a proposal which will effectively keep Britain in the EU's customs union well into the 2020s. This is so Britain will have more time to prepare a new customs arrangement which will prevent a hard Irish border.
The Trump administration is pushing the US further away from Europe and key allies in its response to the Gaza crisis
The Trump administration's response to the violence in Gaza this week once again places it at odds with Europe and key US allies.
A spokesperson for the PM denies any change in policy after May tells MPs that Britain is aiming for a new customs union with the EU.
The Brexit secretary David Davis has warned the prime minister that her plans for a "customs partnership" with the EU could break international trade law.
"We have to recognise we're not the only ones who read the papers in Britain," the Health Secretary tells Boris Johnson.
'A lot of people, very reasonably, are really worried by the forces that have been unleashed by the referendum vote,' said Lord David Hannay, a former senior UK diplomat.