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What to Expect From Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Record-Breaking Instagram Account
The newly launched Sussex Royals account is sure to be a draw for the couple's rabid fans.
Juncker rejects May appeal for further Brexit delay
European commission president says 12 April ‘ultimate deadline’ for MPs to pass dealFollow the day’s political developments - live updatesTheresa May’s appeal for a short Brexit extension has been
El laborismo presiona a Corbyn para que exija a May otro referéndum sobre el Brexit
El líder de la oposición y la primera ministra consideran "constructivo" su primer encuentro para desbloquear el acuerdo de salida
Brexit Prompts First Tie Vote in Britain’s House of Commons Since 1993
Wednesday's vote ended in a 310-310 draw
Jeremy Corbyn says Brexit talks with Prime Minister were ‘inconclusive’
He's hoping future talks will be more fruitful.
Spanish PM: Brexit and Catalan independence bid both based on lies
Exclusive: Pedro Sánchez says rhetoric in both debates will lead societies down blind alleySpain’s prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, has compared Brexit to the failed push for Catalan independence,
France's EU Minister Mocks UK, Names Her Cat 'Brexit'
Brexit has become a national embarrassment for the UK, that could also destroy their combined economies and adversely affect the world's economies in its wake. France’s minister for European affairs
May’s party furious with her Brexit pivot to Labour
The prime minister's gambit, to reach across to Corbyn, shows how dire May's position is. She is a weakened leader, chairing a fractious cabinet in open revolt, filled with feuding "remainers" and
Video said to show British soldiers firing at Corbyn picture
The video, posted on Snapchat, shows four paratroopers firing shots at the picture with the caption "happy with that."
MPs back plan to delay Brexit and wrestle control from Theresa May
If passed, the Prime Minister would be required to seek an extension to Article 50.
Corbyn and May agree to more talks after 'constructive' first day
Labour leader under pressure from Emily Thornberry to put any pact to a second public voteFollow the day’s political developments - liveJeremy Corbyn will resume Brexit talks with the prime minister
Ministers warned over planes and troops in no-deal Brexit
Cabinet secretary Sir Mark Sedwill says emergency contingency plans are neededCabinet ministers were told they must agree emergency contingency plans to keep planes flying to North America and
'All I hear is anger and frustration': how Brexit is affecting our mental health
Westminster is in chaos, the future is uncertain and there is no end in sight. What toll is the political crisis taking on the nation’s wellbeing?Feeling low and anxious? Suffering from disrupted
Brexit: bill to prevent no-deal passes Commons by one vote
Government fails to block draft law from Yvette Cooper and Sir Oliver Letwin A cross-party group of MPs has forced through an emergency bill in less than six hours to instruct Theresa May to seek an
The value of the customs union to the UK is overrated | Larry Elliott
It’s seen as a key part of a soft Brexit, but in reality the union has not provided much of a boost to trade of goods with the EUThe Corn Laws. The tariff reform debate of the early 20th century.
Brexit minister warns risk of no deal has increased as May is told to delay Article 50
Brexit Minister Robin Walker said he fears there's not enough time to get legislation through parliament.
More Brexit faffing about when that's the last thing the UK can afford.
Self-driving cars could provide £62bn boost to UK economy by 2030
But such potential may be threatened by a no-deal Brexit, says SMMTBritain’s leading position in developing self-driving cars could produce a £62bn economic boost by 2030, the car industry claimed –
Shares in travel firm Saga slump as it warns Brexit will hit profits
Company that caters to over 50s says Brexit has put ‘clear dampener’ on holiday salesShares in Saga, which specialises in travel and insurance for the over 50s, slumped after the company slashed its
Top cop warns MPs against inflaming Brexit tensions to avoid riots
Sharing Brexit opinions on public platforms could lead to 'consequences that weren't intended', he said, including inciting hatred, violent protests or abuse.