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Theresa May's Brexit 'war cabinet'

Theresa May’s attempt to please everybody on Brexit will end up pleasing nobody

The prime minister's latest attempt at Brexit compromise has resolved none of the big dilemmas facing the government.

Theresa May is preparing to make a major U-turn on EU citizens’ rights ahead of Brexit

The prime minister is prepared to make the swift U-turn in order to placate EU negotiators and ensure she seals a swift transition deal.

Theresa May risks defeat as Labour joins with Tory rebels in plot to stay in EU customs union

The Labour leader is set to declare support for staying in a customs union with the EU in a speech on Monday.
Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry smiles on stage following her win at the Sobell Leisure Centre during the Islington South declaration on June 9, 2017 in Islington, England.

Labour wants a deal with the EU that’s ‘pretty much like the current customs union’

Shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry has shed significant new light on what Labour thinks the UK's post-Brexit relationship with the EU should be.
Theresa May holds a cabinet meeting at the Prime Minister's country retreat Chequers in Buckinghamshire to discuss department-by-department Brexit action plans, Britain August 31, 2016.

3 reasons the EU’s new Brexit guidelines spell major trouble for Theresa May

The EU Commission has published new guidelines which could spell further difficulty for the next round of Brexit negotiations.
A surgeon and his theatre team perform key hole surgery to remove a gallbladder at at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital on March 16, 2010 in Birmingham, England.

Hundreds of doctors turned away from the UK since Brexit as new visa rules deepen NHS staffing crisis

Hospitals are struggling to recruit staff since Brexit with hundreds of doctors seeing visa applications rejected under strict immigration rules.

They’re ‘trying to blackmail the prime minister’ — Conservative MPs speak out about the Brexit war engulfing the party

Tory MPs on both sides of the Brexit divide are seeking to pressure Theresa May into accepting their version of a "proper Brexit".
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney.

Mark Carney: People are earning 3.5% less than we estimated before the EU referendum

Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said on Wednesday that real incomes are set to be 5% below pre-referendum forecasts by the end of this year.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

‘On the road to nowhere’: Corbyn mocks the government’s Brexit plans in PMQs

The Labour leader accused the government of offering nothing but "waffle and empty rhetoric" on Brexit.
Theresa May and Claude Juncker

Theresa May calls for the Brexit transition to be extended indefinitely beyond December 2020

UK negotiating guidelines leaked to Business Insider call on the EU to discuss extending the Brexit transition.