Good morning, here’s your Friday morning briefing to set you up for the day ahead.
Despite surviving a vote of no-confidence from Conservative MPs, Theresa May’s fragile leadership could be facing a new challenge from outside her party.
There are 106 days until the UK leaves the European Union on the 29 March 2019.
Good morning, here’s your Thursday morning briefing to set you up for the day ahead.
The no-confidence vote for the Conservative leadership and the position of UK Prime Minister is set to take place between 6pm and 8pm this evening, with a result at around 9pm.
In what has been a turbulent week in the UK’s ongoing exit from the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May will now face a vote of no confidence on her leadership.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May today refused to give a new date for the delayed Brexit vote, prompting outrage from Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
David Davis has teamed up with Dominic Raab and DUP leader Arlene Foster to launch a campaign for “a better Brexit” led by the former Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, according to the Guardian.
Theresa May faces a no-confidence vote from the Conservative party after the 1922 Committee received the 48 letters necessary to trigger a vote in her leadership.
The 1922 Committee has received the 48 letters from Conservative MPs needed to trigger a vote of no confidence against current party leader Theresa May.
Hard-line Pro-Leave Conservative MPs are now actively pushing for a no-deal Brexit to occur on 29th March, in an approach dubbed Clean Brexit.
The Pound Sterling value has risen against both the dollar and the euro in response to the news that a no-confidence vote in Theresa May has been triggered.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has warned that the no-confidence vote she faces later today could lead to Brexit being stopped altogether.
The uncertainty surrounding Brexit continues after Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Theresa May decided to suspend the key parliamentary vote on her proposed Brexit Withdrawal Agreement.
Today it was announced that the UK Prime Minister Theresa May has delayed the Brexit vote.
In the year after the Brexit referendum consumers paid an average of £75 more for gas and electricity, an overall increase of £2bn.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has confirmed that the Brexit vote has been postponed, blaming the issue of the Irish backstop for the decision, and committing to return to the EU to rework this aspect of the agreement.
The news of Theresa May delaying a Brexit vote has renewed the suggestion of a no-confidence vote in the Prime Minister.
Pound sterling has hit a new low for 2018 after news broke of a possible Brexit vote delay.
The already significant dominance of London and the South East for technology jobs is set to grow further post-Brexit, according to research published today by Emsi and education charity EDT.
The uncertainty surrounding Brexit has “shackled” the pound, which has struggled to return to pre-referendum levels since the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union.
EU citizens and their family living in the UK on 29 March 2019 will be welcome to stay, even in a no-deal situation, but the UK Government cannot guarantee the same for UK nationals living in the EU.
As the Brexit deadline fast approaches, many of those in the UK and EU are looking for ways to reap the benefits of dual citizenship, with a 25% spike in Irish passports applications.
European Court of Justice (ECJ) Advocate General Manuel Campos Sanchez-Bordona has said that Article 50, which started the legal countdown for the UK to leave the European Union, can be revoked.
Predictions of economic disaster caused by the Brexit deal released this week by the UK Government suggest a greater need than ever for more house building across Britain.
Economists from Kings College London said it is unlikely that a market crash will convince MPs to pass the Brexit withdrawal agreement in a second vote.
The growing numbers of British expats who are returning to the UK over fears surrounding living in Spain after Brexit have been advised to reconsider by a leading financial expert.
The Brexit agreement bill won the approval of the 27 EU nations on Sunday and now it faces the UK Parliament in a meaningful vote expected around 12 December.
Despite the Brexit deadline being just four months away, the important issue of how leaving the European Union could affect the country’s access to necessary drugs and medical equipment is still a cause for concern.
The European Union (EU) is looking to build on its already strong track record on science and technology as it enters the post-Brexit era with a €120bn EU innovation plan.