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David Davis set for Paris talks after French demand more Brexit...

Government sources told Sky News the dinner between the Brexit secretary and French foreign minister Jean-Yves Le Drian had been in the diary for "several weeks"

Theresa May meets Tory Universal Credit rebels to avoid showdown

The Prime Minister met with Heidi Allen, Sarah Wollaston and Johnny Mercer on Tuesday afternoon to listen to their concerns over the roll-out of Universal Credit, which was meant to simplify and streamline the benefits system but has been beset with problems

Hostile Conservative rebels force No 10 to delay flagship Brexit bill

Ministers had planned to push the EU Withdrawal Bill, which has passed its second reading in the House of Commons, through to committee stage next week

Is Boris Johnson stealing Theresa May’s thunder at the Conservative Party...

The comment - made at a fringe event at the Conservative party conference - was condemned by MPs from across the political divide. His colleagues Anna Soubry and Heidi Allen said the Foreign Secretary should be sacked

Boris Johnson ramps up pressure on PM over Brexit and pay

The Foreign Secretary publicly set down his four Brexit red lines and urged the Prime Minister to lift the minimum wage faster and pay public sector workers more in an interview with The Sun newspaper

Labour promises to set up ‘cradle-to-grave’ National Education Service

After a bruising couple of days over Brexit policy, Labour will look to draw a line under the conflict today as it renews its focus on the domestic agenda, with the announcement of a new draft charter for the NES

Boris and Theresa May ‘a nest of singing birds’ over Brexit...

A sweaty, but sitting, target, we pressed the Foreign Secretary on rumours that he might resign over the Prime Minister's keynote Brexit speech this Friday: a story that has refused to die ever since he took it on himself to pen a 4,200-word treatise on what Mrs May's Brexit deal should look like

Why Theresa May’s Florence speech is critical

"Boris is Boris," she said in a withering put down of his 4,200 word treatise in The Daily Telegraph on what Brexit might look like

Theresa May and Boris Johnson face awkward reunion

Officials said no meeting was scheduled although both are due to attend a reception for Commonwealth representatives on Tuesday evening. Mr Johnson is also attending Mrs May's 15-minute address to the UN General Assembly on Wednesday