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.
“Streamlined” use of delegated powers will be used to correct and update EU law onto the UK statute books
Select committee calls on Treasury to relax rules so that Department for International Development can build capacity to ensure it allocates and manages aid budgets effectively
David Jones tells MPs he “never had any doubt” about Whitehall’s willingness to implement EU exit decision
Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow review: "A hefty account of the man who helped shape the future of the United States"
Geoffrey Lyons reviews Ron Chernow's biography of the enterprising statesman whose legacy endures in modern America
Davinder Mann promoted to lead operations at business-aiding agency
PACAC slams the “absence of safeguards” to ensure prime ministers do not bypass proper cabinet procedures, and urges government to publish the lessons it has learned from Chilcot Inquiry
Sarah Healey says response to Brexit shows the civil service at its best
Simon Case and Katrina Williams join the UK Permanent Representation to the European Union, as government prepares to issue Article 50 notification
International trade secretary's warning comes after reports officials in his department were dismissive of Commonwealth trade plan