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UK must stay in customs union with the EU after Brexit,...

Carolyn Fairbairn, director general of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), will warn the Government that time is running out to make progress on Brexit and urge the Prime Minister to put replicating the customs union at the top of the trade agend

Jeremy Hunt urged to ‘delay’ NHS shake-up to integrate health and...

The chair of the Health Committee, Sarah Wollaston, has written to the Health Secretary expressing concerns about the introduction of accountable care organisations (ACOs)

Macron and May to forge future Anglo-French relations

But when the European nations started to bind themselves together in economic union after Hitler's defeat, the two countries played a pivotal role in rebuilding the continent's shattered landscape

PM to meet Cabinet after reshuffle plans backfire

A notable absence will be Justine Greening, who quit the Government after refusing to shift from her role as Education Secretary to the Department for Work and Pensions

Female Labour MPs accuse Toby Young of ‘virulent misogyny’

Shadow women and equalities minister Dawn Butler and Angela Rayner, the shadow education secretary, expressed concerns about Mr Young's "history of homophobia, misogyny and indifference to the rights of people with disabilities"

Tony Blair: Labour would ‘annihilate’ Tories with different Brexit stance

The former prime minister, who backed the Remain campaign in the EU referendum, told Sky News his party should harden its opposition to any deal which would make Britain poorer, reaping a political windfall

Lord Adonis hits out at Transport Secretary over East Coast rail...

Lord Adonis said he was "ready to share troubling evidence" about Mr Grayling's "totally unjustifiable" decision to change the East Coast rail franchise, as he launched a broadside against the Transport Secretary

Drop student numbers from immigration target, Scottish Tory MPs tell Theresa...

Sky News has learnt that the recently-elected group of Scottish MPs has held a private meeting with Amber Rudd, the home secretary, to impress on her the importance of dropping students from the immigration target

Theresa May to order crackdown on unscrupulous dog breeders

The measures will include tighter regulations on online sellers and legislation to ensure breeders can only sell puppies alongside their mothers