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Labour faces internal battle over ‘confirmatory vote’

Tom Watson, Labour’s deputy leader, has called upon the party to include a second referendum in their new manifesto.

Cross-party Brexit negotiations remain delicate says Lidington

David Lidington described cross-party Brexit talks as "delicate, difficult negotiations in an interview with the BBC today.

Nigel Farage promises "democratic revolution” upon launch of new Brexit party

Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage officially launched his new Brexit Party in Coventry yesterday.

May tells parliament that consensus on Brexit deal is in 'national interest'

Theresa May told MPs that delivering "consensus on a deal" to the leave the EU was a national priority yesterday.

Brexit deadline extended to October 31

The Article 50 deadline was extended until October 31 last night following an emergency summit in Brussels.

May to meet with Macron and Merkel

Theresa May will hold emergency Brexit talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron today.

Halifax reports Brexit causing lack of growth in house prices

Halifax, the largest mortgage lender in the UK, forecasts that house price growth will continue to be subdued during Brexit uncertainty.

May asks to extend Article 50 until June 30

The Prime Minister Theresa May has formally requested an extension to Article 50 until June 30.

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