Liberal cabinet ministers assembled in Calgary for a retreat welcomed the U.S. president's decision on Keystone XL Tuesday, calling his executive order a boon for Canadian jobs and government coffers.
TORY MP Jacob Rees-Mogg was today told he “speaks for England” after he delivered a blast at pro-Remain MPs.
THE Government is on course to meet its borrowing targets by a “comfortable margin”, experts said after the latest official assessment was published today.
CRACKS began to emerge in the EU's tough-talking front over how to approach Brexit today as a senior eurocrat admitted that Brussels is prepared to discuss the details of a future trade deal before Britain officially quits the bloc.
CARWYN JONES has stressed Wales would have been “misled” if the country received a “single penny less” in funding after Brexit.
THERESA MAY today mouthed the word "referendum" in a reminder to Labour MPs as the Prime Minister faced accusations she had tried to dodge Parliament over Article 50.
EUROCRATS have unveiled plans to force all member states to pay a statutory minimum wage and jobseeker's allowance in an attempt slow the flow of workers into Britain, France and Germany.
A TORY Brexiteer scolded the SNP’s Europe spokesman after he said a second Scottish independence referendum was now "highly likely" as a result of Theresa May's desire to take the UK out of the single market.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday will push the chief executives of General Motors Co., Ford Motor Co. and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles to increase production in the United States and boost American employment.
A LABOUR MP vowed to vote against triggering Article 50 – because Britain “did not vote to leave the single market”.