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Joseph Rowntree Foundation research also showed general mistrust of politicians as voters are increasingly driven by emotion The vote for Brexit was fuelled by poorer voters feeling they had very little
After warning from UK’s EU ambassador, we look at whether trade deals are really that tricky and what could derail one Britain’s ambassador to the European Union, Sir Ivan Rogers, has said it could take
The House of Lords European Union select committee says in a report on Brexit's impact on financial services published on Thursday: "We were told that much of the business lost by the UK would be more
EU leaders turn on each other over Brexit negotiation tactics, as David Davis warns them border controls are not up for
Splits have emerged among the 27 EU member states over Brexit negotiating tactics, with several smaller members indicating they want the European Commission to begin early trade talks with Britain. The
Britons living elsewhere in EU tell how they fear their pensions, healthcare and right to remain will disappear British citizens who have chosen to work or spend their retirement years elsewhere in Europe
The Nick Clegg interview: Brexit is being handled by 'one of the most clueless governments in living memory'
Yet, bar an early and explosive two-part joust with the former leader of UKIP Nigel Farage, the former deputy prime minister played a relatively peripheral role in the immediate run-up to June 23. He confined
David Davis privately 'accepts' Britain may need to enter into so-called Brexit transition arrangements
David Davis, the Brexit secretary, has privately conceded that Britain may need to enter into so-called "transition arrangements" with Brussels when Brexit talks are concluded in 2019, The Telegraph understands.