Keeping us all secure after Brexit - Financial Times

Some detected the merest hint of a threat when Theresa May spoke last month about Britain's security relationship with the EU. Setting out what Britain sees as an outsized contribution to European security, the prime minister listed the nuclear ...

Brexit: The 'Hard' or 'Soft' Option and Does It Really Matter? - Sputnik International

"Which do you choose, a hard or soft option?" It's doubtful that when The Pet Shop Boys wrote that lyric over 30 years ago, they could have envisaged the words having political significance in 2017 - ironically enough, the centenary of the year in ...

May accused of lying about impact of EU migrants on UK by Czech Europe secretary - Politics live - The Guardian (blog)

Theresa May has been accused of lying about the impact of EU migrants on the UK by the Czech Europe secretary, Tomas Prouza. (See 4.51pm.) MPs have passed without opposition a motion saying they have no confidence in the Football Association.

MPs give green light for Theresa May to trigger Brexit - Financial Times

The battle for Brexit will move to the House of Lords as the government warned peers not to thwart the smooth passage of the Article 50 bill triggering the process to leave the EU. Sample the FT's top stories for a week. You select the topic, we ...

The Brexit battle heads to the Lords: Mirror Politics morning briefing - Mirror.co.uk

The latest of many skirmishes in the Brexit war finished last night when the Article 50 Bill cleared the Commons and we can now survey the battlefield. You can see how your MP voted here . Theresa May will be pleased that all of the amendments were ...

No 10 plays down House of Lords abolition warning over Brexit - BBC News

Downing Street has sought to play down a warning from a government source that the House of Lords could be abolished if peers try to block the Brexit bill. The bill - to give the government the authority to trigger Article 50 - was approved by 494 ...