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To leave, or not to leave: More than two and a half years since the United Kingdom voted to exit the EU, that is still the question.
Damian Grammaticas investigates the Irish border issue.
The UK's Brexit secretary has reportedly started telling Cabinet colleagues that a no-deal exit would be preferable to the current deal being offered by the EU.
The EU Council president said the bloc was more prepared for a 'no-Brexit' scenario than a 'no-deal' one. EU officials said the bloc would not re-negotiate the deal.
British Prime Minister Theresa May's draft European Union divorce deal will not get the approval of the UK parliament, former Brexit Secretary David Davis said on Friday.
Brexit purists led by Jacob-Rees-Mogg have mounted a massive campaign to vote down the PM's deal - but Remainers have warned them their bid could backfire.
Furious Tory Brexiteers in the European Research Group are desperate to force the PM to abandon her Brexit plans as the talks enter their final, crucial stages.
Activists posing as a `collective of Russian GRU agents´ placed a series of adverts, and urged a `Muller-style´ investigation into the EU referendum.
Pro-Brexit Labour MPs are ready to vote down Theresa May's Brexit deal in order bring her down to install Jeremy Corbyn as prime minister, John McDonnell claims.
Fifty-one Tories have signed a pledge opposing Mrs May’s Brexit plans - with concerns a no-deal insurance plan will lead to a border between the UK and Northern Ireland.