PM also repeatedly refused to say what she meant by "dire consequences" for the UK if it failed to get a good Brexit deal
Select committee voices fears Brexit process may cause departments to miss implications of new European laws
Committee says more work is needed on the economic impact of leaving the EU on WTO terms
Now that the government has begun the Article 50 process, the Brexit honeymoon period will be over for Theresa May. Securing a deal which pleases everyone – or indeed anyone – will be virtually impossible
Britain must negotiate its divorce from the EU before talks can start on any future relationship, Donald Tusk said today in a major blow for Theresa May.
Department also pledges to develop new agriculture and land use plans ahead of Brexit
“Streamlined” use of delegated powers will be used to correct and update EU law onto the UK statute books
Pledge comes as civil service unions issue civil service unions issue warning over Whitehall capacity
CIPFA commission will provide advice to ministers as the Article 50 negotiations proceed
Theresa May has urged Brexiteers and Remainers to “come together” as she prepares to formally trigger the Article 50 process today.
Prospect union's deputy general secretary Garry Graham warns the UK will enter negotiations with "one hand tied behind its back" unless it addresses concerns over civil service capacity and workloads
The process to take Britain out of the European Union is likely to go beyond the 2019 deadline, according to former Foreign Office chief Simon Fraser.
The political parties in Northern Ireland have failed to reach an agreement to form a new power-sharing Executive following the elections this month. The consequences could include the re-introduction of direct rule from Westminster