MPs throw weight behind fresh Brexit poll ahead of major demonstration

Parliamentary backing for Final Say vote grows ahead of People's Vote and The Independent's March for the Future


Brexit talks: What on earth just happened?

Are we tumbling towards a no deal? Europe correspondent Jon Stone explores the latest dip on the Brussels roller coaster

No-deal Brexit 'probably inevitable', DUP says

'Given the way in which the EU has behaved and the corner they've put Theresa May into, there's no deal which I can see at present which will command a majority in the House of Commons'



Tories hit by election candidate shortage with activists 'demoralised'

‘Some have given up entirely – and many more are less eager to be a willing horse for the party as a result of their mistreatment’

10,000 young people to lead major demo calling for fresh Brexit vote

Demonstration designed to show the breadth of public support for a Final Say vote



Britain will lose 5,000 City jobs by Brexit Day, minister warns

'Uncertainty' taking its toll on financial sector, which risks firms quitting, says John Glen

London property sales plummet by more than 40 per cent in four years

Brexit jitters, political uncertainties and stamp duty changes blamed for the 'stubbornly depressed' London housing market.