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Brexit timetable in EU hands and long delay could speed up...

As she stands in front of EU leaders today - after what European media dubbed a "begging tour" of Berlin and Paris yesterday - she knows the length of delay is in their hands and could well be far longer

Why did Theresa May ditch a no-deal Brexit?

Her statement after the marathon cabinet meeting on Tuesday night, however, put paid to that

Brexit settled status scheme ‘risks new Windrush scandal’

Alberto Costa, the MP for South Leicestershire, told Sky News large numbers of those who need to apply are elderly or vulnerable and should not be forced to go through the procedure

DUP prefer long Brexit delay to PM’s deal – Sky sources

Some in the party believe if the prime minister is forced by MPs to request a longer extension, there may be a change of Conservative leader to someone who could force through a different deal

Theresa May to request only ‘short delay’ to Brexit in letter...

Downing Street sources have confirmed the prime minister will not request a long delay in her letter to EU Council President Donald Tusk today

Labour MPs have ‘lost faith’ in party’s complaints process in new...

At a private meeting this afternoon, it was announced that Laura Murray, who works as a manager in the leader's office would be overseeing complaints of antisemitism on an interim basis

Delay to Brexit now ‘inevitable’ senior minister tells Sky News

In a sign of how confidence is falling at the top of Government about leaving on 29 March, the minister said the legislation needed to finalise Brexit would require more time

Ian Austin’s exit shows Labour’s woes are a lot bigger than...

Mr Austin's departure is hardly a shock in the sense that he is one of Jeremy Corbyn's most vociferous critics, particularly on antisemitism

Rebel MPs looked anguished – but their message was defiant

Most of them have been members of the party since they were teenagers, and have held a variety of senior positions

Theresa May’s Brexit overture to Labour is a high-risk move

Depending on which newspaper you read, it is being interpreted either as Mrs May opening the door to a soft Brexit - at the risk of a cabinet split - or as a rejection of Jeremy Corbyn's proposals for a permanent customs union