Scottish population reaches new high

Migration is largely behind the rise, despite a drop in the number of people moving from overseas after the Brexit vote.

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Nigel Farage admits two of his children have German passports

Former Ukip leader's offspring to maintain free movement rights after Brexit


Indian PM Narendra Modi vows his country will be an even closer trading partner to Britain after Brexit

INDIA’S Prime Minister pledged his country’s key support to Theresa May’s Brexit plans yesterday – vowing to become an even closer partner with Britain after our EU exit. Narendra Modi said London’s world-leading role in the financial sector


British firm that lost out to French-Dutch company to manufacture new UK passports drops its appeal

SNUBBED British firm De La Rue dropped its appeal over the UK’s new blue passports – after coming third in the race to make them. The Sun can reveal the UK company’s bid was so uncompetitive it even lost out to a German firm that also wanted the con


Theresa May may strike post-Brexit deal on EU immigration rights BEFORE report into impact of sky-high migration is ready

THERESA MAY may strike a post-Brexit deal on EU immigration rights BEFORE a report into the impacts of sky-high migration is ready, officials revealed yesterday. Professor Alan Manning, the head of the Migration Advisory Committee, said he’d been told


David Cameron says he doesn't regret EU referendum

David Cameron has said he does not regret calling the referendum that led to Brexit but still wished it had gone the other way.


David Cameron Thinks Brexit Is The 'Wrong Course' But Admits Britain Was An 'Unhappy Tenant' In The EU

David Cameron has said Britain chose the “wrong course” by voting forBrexitbut admitted quitting the EU was a “legitimate choice” as the UK was often a  “slightly reluctant and sometimes unhappy tenant” in the bloc

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Brexit: House of Lords defeat Government on EU withdrawal bill

Labour urges prime minister to 'listen to the growing chorus of voices who are urging her to drop her red line'


Brexit row 'reaching endgame' - Sturgeon

The first minister says the dispute over powers after Brexit needs to be resolved in "days rather than weeks".


Justin Trudeau wants 'seamless' UK trade deal after Brexit

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wants a deal that will "flip over the day after Brexit".


De La Rue sensibly quits battle over blue passports

It's bad news for those of us laughing at the silliness. But having issued its second profit warning in a month the company was faced with fighting a war on two fronts

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Theresa May will 'live with' Lords defeat on Brexit bill without changing course, says cabinet minister

Exclusive: The senior Conservative told The Independent the wording of a proposed Lords amendment is not 'prescriptive' enough to materially change Brexit


Brexit: 'Windrush warning' over right-to-remain process

EU nationals must not face a "bureaucratic nightmare" to stay in the UK, Guy Verhofstadt warns.

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Windrush: 'Implications for Brexit'

Foreign minister of St Kitts and Nevis says the UK government's handling of the Windrush generation might have implications for Brexit.

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Legality of Scottish and Welsh Brexit bills challenged

Supreme court ruling sought on whether devolved parliaments can legislate for BrexitThe UK government is challenging the legality of emergency Brexit bills passed by the Scottish and Welsh parliaments after months of dispute about their policy-making powe

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Brexit: Leave.EU figure praised 'clever' Nazi tactics

An inquiry publishes recordings of a Leave.EU figure appearing to compare its Brexit campaign to the Nazis.


Pound rises to highest level since Brexit vote in huge boost of confidence before we leave the EU

THE POUND has risen to the highest level against the dollar since the Brexit vote – in a huge vote of confidence for Britain as we enter trade talks within weeks. It’s the seventh time in a row our currency has seen a boost against the US. Amo

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Legal challenge to devolved Brexit bills

The UK government asks the Supreme Court to rule whether the Scottish and Welsh legislation is legal.


Brexit: Welsh Government continuity bill referred to Supreme Court

UK ministers force a challenge to the Welsh Government's bid to protect devolved powers.

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Leading Brexit campaigner praised 'very clever' Nazi and Isis propaganda techniques

Head of Commons committee investigating 'fake news' warns people will be 'very frightened' by idea that Hitler's tactics were copied

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