Jacob Rees-Mogg's department criticised for rushing additional 35 crucial legislations urgently ahead of Brexit despite claiming last month that 'all was done, ready and prepared'.
Shadow minister for small business claims revised tariff regime will make Britain a magnet for dumping cheap goods on an unprecedented scale.
Federation for Small Businesses dismisses 'leaked' proposals as complex and costly hindrance to frictionless north-south trade.
Labour's leading expert on economic policy Grace Blakeley tells Yahoo Finance UK the party must be combative and 'use power to shift power'.
The UK's Supreme Court has ruled prime minister's suspension of parliament unlawful. With the time to debate regained, what will MPs do next?
The Brexit policy advocated by Labour deputy leader Tom Watson is gaining momentum among backbenchers, despite it being at odds with the partyʼs current position.
Michael Gove and Geoffrey Cox have “reassured the rebels about preparations for no deal and legal work being done on the backstop”, a source with knowledge of the discussions told Yahoo Finance UK.
Opposition parties have renewed talks after Boris Johnson this morning declared his intention to suspend parliament, with their preference still being a legislative route to opposing no deal.
Hammond calls no-deal Brexit betrayal of referendum vote saying 'unelected officials are making demands the EU cannot, and will not, accede to.'
Britons have already spent £4bn ($4.81bn) stockpiling goods in case of a no-deal Brexit, according to new research from finance provider Premium Credit.
Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers has cast doubt on Donald Trump and Boris Johnson ratifying a trade deal, saying that the idea the UK could replicate existing EU trade with the US was "delusional".
Republican senators also say a bilateral deal is on the table, regardless what the final outcome for Brexit looks like.
Lib Dem MP Chuka Umunna has warned that exporters are not ready for a no deal Brexit, as internal Treasury figures show only 27% of exporters have the right documentation.
Former justice secretary David Gauke is thought to be planning a run for the Treasury select committee chairmanship, which is set to be vacated by Nicky Morgan following her return to cabinet.
Boris Johnson has launched two new cabinet committees to plan for No Deal, and ensure the UK leaves the EU by 31st October.
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Former Secretary of State for Homeland Security Tom Ridge issued a stark warning about the threat of Huawei over 5G servers during an exclusive interview with Yahoo Finance UK.
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Parliamentary Private Secretary Bob Seely is set to quit the Government over it’s support for HS2.
The Shadow Chancellor has pledged to end the “scourge” of in-work poverty by the end of Labour’s first term in office, as a new anti-poverty is announced.