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Minister says government cannot delay long term plans to 'level up' country
Current operators will run services under new ‘emergency measures agreements’
Negotiations will not take place in person, but both sides are exploring possible video discussions
Move to be confirmed later today after PM chairs COBRA meeting
Budget will also set out details of measures to tackle coronavirus outbreak
Resignation comes as he claims home secretary shouted and swore at Home Office staff
Civil service needs to be persuaded to change because they are the vehicle for delivery of public services, says former Blair adviser Jonathan Powell
Chief secretary to the Treasury Rishi Sunak says evidence shows that 'purchases by non-residents inflate house prices'
Prime minster says that UK will exit EU on 31 October so that country can ‘move on’
Corbyn announces policy in constituency of former DWP secretary Iain Duncan Smith
Rudd tells prime minister Boris Johnson that she no longer believes the government wants a Brexit deal
Communication plan rejected a repeat of the Vote Leave campaign’s slogan as too partisan, according to report
May will step down as Conservative leader on 7 June, but will remain head of government until a new leader is in place
Plan to move forward with withdrawal bill comes as prime minster continues talks with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn over possible compromise
Report reveals details of plans to slash taxes and tariffs if the UK leaves the European Union without a deal next month
Prime minister said she will listen to the result and is required to return to Parliament with a new plan by Monday night
Proposals could include move to create infrastructure ‘super ministry’ by merging three existing departments
Home secretary Sajid Javid says plan for £30,000 earnings thresholds in post-Brexit migration system will be discussed further
Vote of confdence among Conservative MPs will be held this evening
Sources warn of danger that doubling charge to 10p ‘looks like profiteering'
New Brexit secretary Dominic Raab defends White Paper on future relationship between UK and EU as “principled and practical”
After nearly 12 hours of talks, the Cabinet finally agreed the Government's position on Brexit. But what have they actually signed up to?
Civil servants attend Brexit meeting to update planned white paper as discussions progress
Confusion over deal offered to rebel MPs by Theresa May to avoid defeat on EU withdrawal legislation
Foreign secretary reveals that government’s “inner struggle” over how to implement Brexit “is very, very difficult” in secret recording
Theresa May is to publish fresh proposals for avoiding a hard border in Ireland in a last-ditch attempt to break the Brexit deadlock
Prime minister will say that government is seeking “the broadest and deepest possible agreement” after the UK leaves the European Union
Theresa May will set out her confirmed Brexit strategy next week following talks between top ministers and senior officials
Former civil service head raises concerns about increasing demand pressures across the health service
Deal reached after discussions undertaking by government’s top Brexit civil servant
Position paper outlines solutions to ensure 'frictionless' trade but critics say it's too 'light on detail'
Proposal also seeks to allow the UK to negotiate trade deals with other nations within transition period
Plan would allow pay review bodies to recommend increases above 1%, which means it might not apply across the civil service
PCS union calls for end to “cruel and unnecessary” policy
PM also repeatedly refused to say what she meant by "dire consequences" for the UK if it failed to get a good Brexit deal
Ministers are drafting new laws so the Government can continue imposing sanctions on foreign countries after Brexit, it has been reported.