Theresa May is to write to European Council president Donald Tusk on Friday with the UK’s request for a further delay to Brexit, a Downing Street source has said.
With Prime Minister Theresa May facing a crucial week in the Brexit process as she seeks breakthroughs at home and abroad, we look at the key events of the days ahead.
Top-level talks aimed at finding a way out of the Brexit deadlock will continue between the Government and Labour on Friday.
Brussels must be “open to a long extension” of Britain’s withdrawal negotiations if the UK decides to adopt a new approach to Brexit, the president of the European Council has said.
Theresa May has held “lengthy” talks with prominent Brexiteer backbenchers as she battles to save her beleaguered deal ahead of another crunch week in Westminster.
Two Cabinet ministers who are said to be in line to take over from Theresa May have dismissed reports of a Cabinet coup to oust her.
David Lidington has dismissed speculation that he could be installed as a caretaker prime minister under a reported Cabinet plot to oust Theresa May.
Philip Hammond has accused MPs allegedly trying to oust the Prime Minister of being “self-indulgent”, amid reports that his Cabinet colleagues are plotting a “coup” to get rid of her.
Speculation that Theresa May will be ousted from Number 10 has reached fever pitch amid reports that Cabinet ministers are plotting a coup to get rid of her.
Brexit will define and consume the United Kingdom for the next generation, says Irish Premier Leo Varadkar.