British prime minister Theresa May met with European leaders over dinner last night at the end of the first day of an EU summit in Brussels.
Business leaders from the likes of HSBC and Nestle will meet UK prime minister Theresa May and members of the cabinet today to discuss their views on a successful Brexit.
Bank of England (BoE) governor Mark Carney said that interest rates will rise in the “relatively near term.” He told the BBC Radio Four’s Today Programme this morning: If the economy continues on the track that it’s been on, and all indications are that it is, in the relatively near term we can expect that interest rates will
Theo Paphitis tells it like it is.
European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker said that the “wind is back in Europe’s sails” on Wednesday.
Boris Johnson, broom in hand, was one of many iconic images to come out of the London riots.
While she might be a shrewd politician and keen negotiator, Theresa May’s trip to Japan hit a stumbling block yesterday when she revealed she doesn’t enjoy Japan’s favourite past-time: karaoke.
As the secretary of state for international trade and president of the board of trade, Liam Fox is one of the most powerful politicians negotiating Brexit.
Before the Brexit referendum you could probably be forgiven for not knowing the name Guy Verhofstadt.
There are few lawyers in Britain at the moment with such a storied career as that of Keir Starmer.
Bong, bong, bong… if you’ve ever spent any time in London, chances are you’ll have heard the sound of Big Ben booming across the capital every hour on the hour.
As Labour leader during the referendum, many expected Jeremy Corbyn to become a prominent figure in the Remain campaign.
After David Cameron’s campaign against Brexit, it was only a matter of time before he resigned once the country vote to leave the European Union.
While Edinburgh Fringe is definitely the place to be for frivolity and fun in the coming weeks, the festival also has a proud tradition of engaging in plenty of politics.
Professor Vernon Bogdanor made waves yesterday with a column in the Guardian suggesting a second Brexit referendum might be the only way for the government to achieve any sort of Brexit at all.
The UK environment secretary Michael Gove has said that the “cabinet is united” on the need for a post-Brexit transition period.
Natalie Bennett, former leader of the Green Party, told Verdict that the Brexit process has left the UK in a “dreadful position”.
The pound has rallied to an almost 10-month high in response to comments from the UK government ahead of a new round of Brexit talks with the EU next week.
UK prime minister Theresa May is celebrating her leadership anniversary with the release of the Brexit Repeal bill, formally known as the European Union (Withdrawal) bill.
Theresa May’s £1bn deal with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) will mean Northern Ireland receives an extra £1bn over the next two years.
UK prime minister Theresa May has set out initial plans to safeguard EU citizens’ rights in the UK once it leaves the European Union (EU).
Today marks a year since the UK public voted to leave the European Union – 23 June 2016.
The Grenfell disaster can be the last of its kind.
The negotiations over the UK leaving the European Union will begin today (19 June) – despite concerns the talks would be delayed after the shock general election result.
Scotland’s food and drink exports surged by more than 10 percent in the last year, generating £1.2bn.
The Ministry of Defence Police plans to cut recruitment in order to make £12.5m in savings, continuing a pattern of cuts since austerity measures began in 2010.
As the dust settles from last week’s general election, UK businesses have raised concerns over what a hung parliament could mean for the country.
Conservative leader Theresa May has had what’s been described as a catastrophic night after failing to secure the increased majority she was targeting.
The final polls — the latest of which can out this morning — suggest the Tories have clawed back their lead over the Labour party in recent days.
Polls are now open across the UK for the snap general election, amid heightened security following the recent terror attacks in London and Manchester.