Theresa May is to go back to the EU to try to renegotiate her Brexit deal after MPs gave their backing to proposals to replace the controversial backstop.
Scotland will seek to intervene against the UK Government as it seeks to overturn a legal ruling which made clear MPs must approve the formal triggering of Brexit, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
Savers have been urged not to make hasty financial decisions they may later regret after the vote to leave the EU.
Jeremy Corbyn came under fire from opponents and his own ranks after a speech in which he sought to draw links between involvement in the "war on terror" and attacks on the streets of Britain.
The US has made a fresh intervention in the Scottish independence debate to call on the UK to stay “united”.
The UK Government is not being straight with the public about cashflow problems at the Ministry of Defence and its "bloody dangerous" delay in replacing the Navy's ageing frigates, according to a former First Sea Lord.
David Cameron must "stop pussyfooting around" and take action on tax dodgers, Jeremy Corbyn will demand, in response to the Panama Papers leak which has seen the Prime Minister dragged into a row about his late father's business affairs .
Leaving the EU could put £230 on the cost of a family holiday and £4 on the price of a phone call home, David Cameron has claimed, as he set out what he termed the "retail" case for continued membership.
Infighting between members of the UK government is slowing down Brexit negotiations, according to the European parliament.
New Cabinet Minister Andrea Leadsom has warned it would be sensible not to employ a man to look after children in case they are a paedophile.