Has the age of Twitter changed the Foreign Office – or just what we expect from documentaries? Sue Cameron considers the BBC’s recent exploration of the FCO
UK Supreme Court rejects request for NI attorney general for clarification on powers, saying they should be addressed in court case.
Reports claim the bloc could reopen exit talks if a clear parliamentary consensus emerges in Westminster.
Government Legal Department perm sec is one of just six lawyers recognised for non-court work
Scottish Government perm sec Leslie Evans apologises "to all involved for the failure in the proper application of this one particular part of the procedure"
Vote of confdence among Conservative MPs will be held this evening
May postpones vote as a group of MPs says it is “disappointed” in the Treasury's forecasting of the economic impact of Brexit
Brexit is already transforming much more than the UK’s relationship with the EU. But amid the uncertainty and acrimony, can politicians, officials and voters seize the chance to make change for the better?
House of Lords committee concludes that drive to tackle tax evasion “may have pressured staff to take a more aggressive approach”
The government also rejected the committee's call for MPs to vote on controversial appointments
A plan to tackle organised crime, an investment strategy and gender pay gap reporting rules were all awaiting sign-off.
Fate of draft Brexit agreement in the balance after ministers resign