Shadow Brexit Secretary Sir Keir Starmer has told Parliament that there is "no mandate for a hard Brexit".
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Police have arrested a man in connection with threats made to Gina Miller, the businesswoman taking a leading role in the Brexit legal challenge.
Britain's last serving aircraft carrier has left Portsmouth for the last time before being torn apart and sold off for scrap.
Day three of the Government's Brexit battle in the Supreme Court is set to coincide with Theresa May ducking a showdown with up to 40 of her own MPs in the Commons.
The second day of the Brexit legal challenge was dominated by the appearance of superstar legal eagle Lord Pannick, the QC who had pulled off the shock High Court victory for his client Gina Miller
A union representing steelworkers in Port Talbot says it is confident a deal will be reached in principle with Tata Group today, securing thousands of jobs and investment.
Stricter laws on so-called "stranger stalking" are to be introduced by the Government in an attempt to help victims earlier.
A former royal marine jailed for murdering a wounded Afghan prisoner has a "real possibility" of winning an appeal against his conviction after new evidence came to light, the Criminal Cases Review
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Theresa May has said that Donald Trump is "very easy to talk to" - despite taking him to task during the US presidential election.
A drug used to treat cancer could help infertile women produce more eggs.
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has demanded the rail industry makes urgent progress on introducing smart ticketing.
The Supreme Court has been told that Parliament must have a say in any attempt to "nullify" the legislation that preceded Britain's entry into Europe, because citizens' rights could be compromised.
The Government has said it will publish its Brexit plan before triggering Article 50, the formal process to leave the EU.
Two men from Birmingham raised money for international terrorism which may have included partly funding the devastating attacks on Paris and Brussels.