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Brexit vote defeat worsens Theresa May’s hand in EU negotiations

Although the vote was not binding, meaning it has no real bearing on what happens next in legal terms, it is politically significant and puts Theresa May in a more difficult position during negotiations

Angry split sees shadow ministers rage over antisemitism in front of...

Sky News understands that Tom Watson, the party's deputy leader, was confronted by Ian Lavery, the party chairman, which resulted in Mr Watson warning he would not be "shouted down"

May at pains to promise she’ll never allow hard border between...

On more than one occasion she reiterated her promise not to allow a hard border to be erected between the island of Ireland and the north, vowing that she will never let it happen

May ‘could call June election’ and vows to ‘battle for Britain’...

Downing Street advisers are understood to have drawn up plans to extend Article 50 - the clause which triggered the UK's withdrawal from the EU, then secure the backing of parliament for a new Brexit deal in April before calling a general election in June this year

Surprise victory for May as MPs support backstop amendment

It may not sound like a victory, being forced to change her plan, but the prime minister had called on Conservative MPs to support the amendment in order to win over concerned members of her party who refused to back her