Scotland

SMEs may be worst affected by Brexit, research suggests

The study was carried out by academics at St Andrews University and is said to be the first of its kind.

World

President Macron on Trump, Brexit and Frexit

What we learnt when French President Emmanuel Macron talked to the BBC's Andrew Marr.

Politics

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson slams CBI over ‘nonsense’ demand we stay in EU customs union post-Brexit

BORIS JOHNSON accused the CBI business group of speaking “nonsense” after it demanded Britain stay in a customs union with the EU post-Brexit. The Foreign Secretary and Brexit champion said such a position would “effectively” mean

Entertainment

Emmanuel Macron's Andrew Marr Interview Has People Swooning

'If only British politics could throw up someone similar'.

Politics

Theresa May gearing up for Cabinet showdown with Boris Johnson and the Brexiteers over handing NHS extra £100m a week

THERESA May is gearing up for a Cabinet showdown with Boris Johnson and Brexiteer ministers over demands to hand the NHS an extra £100million a week. The Foreign Secretary will call on the support of colleagues including Jeremy Hunt, Chris Grayling

United Kingdom

Two thirds of people believe Brexit going badly ahead of next round of talks, poll shows

Exclusive: Just two per cent of people think the talks are going 'very well', according to the survey

Politics

Emmanuel Macron says France would ‘probably’ have followed Britain out of the EU if they held a referendum

EMMANUEL Macron says France would “probably” have followed Britain out of the EU if they held their own referendum. The French President said he doesn’t “want to take any bets” when asked if his country was given the chance

World

Alienated voters 'don't feel Brexit will help them retake control' over decision making

The vast majority of British people feel they have little if any control over decisions that affect their lives and the future of the country, a new study has found.

Wales

Brexit: Carwyn Jones 'has a duty to work in a positive manner'

The first minister accused of being "irresponsible" by suggesting the Welsh Assembly could withhold consent for the EU Withdrawal Bill.

Wales

Brexit: 'Irresponsible' to threaten Welsh refusal of consent to EU bill

A former Brexit minister urges Carwyn Jones to work positively with the UK government.

Politics

Three top Tories deny ‘trying to pocket thousands of pounds by telling Chinese tycoons how to cash-in on Britain leaving EU’

THREE senior Tories have denied wrongdoing after being embroiled in an alleged “cash for Brexit” scandal. The former cabinet ministers were allegedly secretly filmed discussing payment for advising Chinese businessmen how to best to cash in on

Politics

Brexit will mean cheaper clothes and food if the PM gets tough with EU, says Jacob Rees-Mogg

THERESA May has been told she “must be stronger” in her battle for post-Brexit trade deals. Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg wants the PM to resist EU attempts to browbeat her into accepting their terms. He warns her chance of a lucrative deal with the

Politics

Theresa May makes it clear there’s no going back on Brexit – in GERMAN

THE PM burst into German yesterday to spell out that Britain will NOT row back on Brexit. Theresa May switched tongues under interrogation from a Berlin journalist. After being asked if there would be a second referendum, she told Bild editor Tanit Koch:

United Kingdom

Brexit: Second referendum would be 'extremely unhelpful' says Labour frontbencher

Speaking to The Independent, Debbie Abrahams also said it was a 'shame' Tom Watson appeared to leave the option on the table

Business

Macron: bespoke trade deal possible if UK accepts 'preconditions'

French president says conditions for access to single market are strict and non-negotiableEmmanuel Macron has said it would be possible for Britain to secure a bespoke trade deal but only if the UK accepts certain “preconditions”. The French p

United Kingdom

Brexit: Government faces inquiry into gender pay gap laws

Exclusive: 'The Government must not use Brexit to wriggle out of its responsibility to tackle the pay gap'

United Kingdom

Brexit: Emmanuel Macron says UK can have bespoke trade deal at a price

The French President says full access for the UK's financial services is 'not feasible'

Wales

Wales-India 'ambitious' health links plan to be discussed

A body that represents 500 Wales-based Indian doctors says Brexit gives a chance to strengthen links.

United Kingdom

Senior Cabinet Minister David Liddington hints that Britain could rejoin the EU in 20 years

'We may be looking in a generation's time at an EU that is also configured differently from what it is today'

Politics

Britain to lose far fewer financial service industry jobs after Brexit than feared

BRITAIN’S financial services industry will lose far fewer jobs because of Brexit than first feared, the City of London have declared. The corporation that runs the Square Mile said yesterday the number of postings shifting overseas because of our E

United Kingdom

Jeremy Corbyn told to speak 'louder' on antisemitism by Sir Keir Starmer

Shadow Brexit Secretary says he will speak to his party leader amid fresh concerns over Labour's disciplinary processes

Politics

Churchill’s grandson backs plans for a ‘Brexit Bridge’ across the Channel as experts say it COULD happen

WINSTON CHURCHILL’S grandson tonight threw his weight behind Boris Johnson’s dream of a cross-Channel ‘Brexit Bridge’ – as experts insisted it CAN be done. Tory backbencher Nicholas Soames said the idea of a 25 mile bridg

Politics

Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley gets stinging rebuke from DUP allies for ‘clumsy’ funding gaffe

THERESA MAY’s new Northern Ireland Secretary earned a stinging rebuke from their DUP allies after claiming extra cash negotiated for propping up the PM could still be withheld. A week into the job, red faced Karen Bradley admitted that her language

Politics

Migrants promised ‘fast-track’ access to Britain as part of new Calais border deal

MIGRANTS have been promised “fast-track” access to Britain as part of a new Calais border deal. A new “Sandhurst” treaty will see decisions on whether adult migrants qualify to enter the UK cut from six months to a month – a

Politics

Download The Sun’s dramatic Bye-EU Tapestry marking our historic Brexit victory

SUN readers raised hundreds of pounds yesterday for charities including Help for Heroes as we gave away copies of our Bye-EU Tapestry. The Sun marked the historic Brexit victory with its own take on the Bayeux Tapestry in yesterday’s newspaper, wit

Politics

Boris Johnson has raised the ground-breaking idea of building a cross-Channel bridge

BORIS JOHNSON has raised the ground-breaking idea of building a cross-Channel BRIDGE – sources revealed yesterday. The Foreign Secretary – famed for his dream of a ‘Boris Island’ airport – has told aides that it’s

World

Brexit will bring us closer together, says Zimbabwe's new president

Emmerson Mnangagwa, the new president of Zimbabwe, hailed Brexit as an opportunity to forge closer links with the UK on Thursday, as he called for the country to rejoin the Commonwealth.

Politics

Britain won’t be able to revoke hated tampon tax until after Brexit as EU delays plan for rule change

BRITAIN won’t be able to ditch the hated tampon tax until years after Brexit – as Brussels announced it would delay reforms to VAT law. Eurocrats will give Member States more powers to lift sales tax on some consumer products in a bid to boo

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