Theresa May is facing a week of fresh parliamentary battles over Brexit as clashes centred on staying in a customs union with the EU continue to dog the Government.
International Trade Secretary Dr Liam Fox has pledged to cut “bureaucracy and red tape” in a bid to promote free trade post-Brexit.
The Beast from the East sent a chill over Britain’s economy in the first quarter, official figures are expected to show this week.
Germany has ramped up the rhetoric as the battle to wrench euro clearing from London after Brexit continues, with a top politician dismissing the City’s claim that fragmentation represents a risk to the financial system.
Failure to secure a free trade deal with the European Union will be “disastrous” for Britain’s £28 billion processed food and drinks industry, MPs have warned.
Trade and security issues topped the agenda as Theresa May welcomed her Australian counterpart for talks at Chequers.
Bank of England rate setters have sent mixed signals over whether to hike interest rates next month, pointing to the prospect of a split vote.
Downing Street has insisted Britain is sticking by its proposals for keeping the Irish border open after Brexit, amid reports that they have been rejected by Brussels.
The Irish border remains the main stumbling block for the Brexit talks. Here are some answers to key questions on an impasse which threatens to derail the process.
The full cost of the UK’s Brexit divorce bill remains uncertain and could differ from the £35-39 billion figure put forward by the Government, financial watchdogs have said.