Border systems ‘unlikely’ to be ready for Brexit by 2019, Westminster’s Public Accounts Committee finds
12 December 2017
MPs have flagged up Whitehall’s poor record at delivering critical border programmes
Institute for Government predicts Home Office will be unable to manage increased demand from EU nationals for residency without system change
10 May 2017
The UK Government urgently needs to redesign non-digital residency application ahead of Brexit,...
8 May 2017
Coalition of environmental campaigners write to Theresa May, urging her to stop the US...
5 May 2017
The Brexit secretary claimed there had been a “deliberately misleading briefing” by the European...
4 May 2017
Theresa May compared to Donald Trump and UKIP after unexpected attack on European neighbours
3 May 2017
Brussels set to increase Brexit divorce bill demands to €100bn, according to reports
25 April 2017
Shadow Brexit minister Keir Starmer will give a speech today laying out Labour’s plans
13 April 2017
Stormont has been in political deadlock since the DUP and Sinn Féin were...
12 April 2017
Exclusive interview: On the day the Article 50 letter was delivered, Mandy Rhodes sat down with the...
11 April 2017
They said there was a “window of opportunity” to convince Moscow to abandon its support for...
6 April 2017
Nicola Sturgeon says her argument with Theresa May over a second referendum "should be settled...
6 April 2017
Senior economists from across the world will gather at Holyrood this week for a conference on...
Scottish Labour MEP David Martin warns UK will 'cease to exist' if Theresa May ignores SNP Brexit plan
5 April 2017
Scottish Labour MEP David Martin praises Scottish Government's "flexible and imaginative" approach...