The Labour leader has accused Theresa May of a campaign of “blackmail, bullying and bribery” as part of an attempt to gain support for her Brexit deal.
Theresa May has written a letter to European Council president Donald Tusk requesting an extension of Article 50 until June 30.
Dominic Raab’s former special adviser has warned that remain backbenchers are undermining the government’s Brexit negotiating position my holding meeting with European politicians.
Lord Andrew Adonis has accused the prime minister of behaving “like an ostrich” after the significant defeat on her Brexit deal in January.
MPs have approved Conservative MP Sir Graham Brady's Brexit amendment, which aims to replace the Northern Ireland backstop with "alternative arrangements".
Work and pensions secretary Amber Rudd has reportedly warned the Prime Minister of possible resignations if MPs can't vote to extend Article 50
Conservative MP Dominic Grieve has said that extending Article 50 has to be “an option” to give the UK “breathing space”.
Richard Tice, the co-chair of Leave Means Leave has said that the European court ruling that Brexit can be stopped by the UK makes the chances of a “second referendum even more likely”.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that the UK can unilaterally revoke its withdrawal from the EU.
Our presenter had to call the shots when it came to getting the document inked
The EU summit in Brussels looks ready to advance onto the second phase of the withdrawal negotiations
The businesswoman spoke to James Whale and Ash about the move by the Crown Prosecution Service to reduce online abuse
The businesswoman who challenged the Government over Article 50 could be forced to leave the UK for her own safety
A dispute began after the Liberal Democrat leadership candidate said 'the British were looking for the divorce' from the EU
The MP for Wokingham told Paul Ross the UK 'won't turn its back' on the continent
The formal process for the United Kingdom to leave the EU was triggered in March, and the two-year negotiation period has begun
The general secretary of the Social Democrat Party (SPD), Katarina Barley, urged the country to hold a second vote because of a supposed lack of awareness of what they were voting for
The US president said it was now less likely for other member-states to follow in the footsteps of the UK
Sir Gerald Howarth says the European Union is trying to drag the process of Brexit out, and hoping that the UK either gets a new government or has a second referendum
Professor of politics John Curtice tells James Max that the views of people in Scotland on Brexit are not very different to the views of those in England
Political editor Ian Dunt tells James Max that the UK should have asked for a longer negotiation period to leave the EU
The co-chair of the Leave Means Leave campaign likened the EU to the American President over the so-called 'divorce bill'
Adam Bienkov tells Sam Delaney that the Brexit negotiations will start with the exit deal, pushing back the amount of time available to discuss a trade deal
The insurance company will set up shop in Brussels before the negotiation period is done
Cameron resigned as Prime Minister within hours of the referendum result
MP Barry Sheerman tells Jon Holmes that the Brexit minsters are out of their depth as they do not have an eye for detail
The resolution says Britain won't receive a free trade deal in the next two years and will only get a three-year transition period
The election candidate made it clear he wanted a good working relationship with the UK on the day Article 50 is triggered
Former Dragon's Den panellist tells James Max the only thing that can ruin Brexit is the incompetence of our politicians
The Tory MPs were said to have left a private meeting of the Exiting the EU Committee over a report prepared before Article 50 was triggered
Theresa May is set to trigger Article 50 today, starting the Brexit process and two years of negotiations, but Iain Duncan Smith believes negotiations will take much longer
Matt Kelly said there's still time for people to change their minds - prompting a frank and passionate exchange of views
The shadow Brexit secretary spoke to Paul Ross ahead of the beginning of the formal negotiation period
The Tory grandee also said Nigel Farage was 'a replica' of Marine Le Pen in withering attack on Leave campaign
The former leader of the Liberal Democrats spoke to Paul Ross ahead of the formal triggering of exit negotiations from the European Union.
Theresa May is to formally trigger Article 50 on Wednesday afternoon, marking the start of the two-year negotiation period
Theresa May met with Nicola Sturgeon ahead of triggering Article 50 and has repeated her view that there should not be a second Scottish independence referendum until after Brexit
The Brexit Secretary made his stance clear in an appearance on BBC Question Time
The Prime Minister and Scottish First Minister are to meet two days ahead of the formal triggering of Article 50
Brexit campaigner Gina Miller has called on the public to 'keep an eye' on the Government as the take us out of the European Union
Pro-EU campaigners have received mixed messages as to whether the march has been cancelled or not in the wake of the Westminster terror attack
The European Commission President was speaking to the BBC ahead of the negotiations being triggered by Article 50
BBC says it is providing unbiased scrutiny of Brexit and will continue to do so
'Informal talks' have reportedly been held with the German government, despite the EU line forbidding talks before negotiations begin
Gove also tells Julia Hartley-Brewer he remains confident of deal with EU
Our host delivered a powerful opening monologue about the state of the Conservative party in the wake of an incredibly difficult week
Downing Street have announced that Article 50 will be triggered on March 29, and in the past it seems some good events have happened on this day
As Theresa May starts a tour of the UK, Downing Street has announced the date that Article 50 will be triggered soon, beginning the Brexit process
The European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill worked its way through Parliament after the Lords backed down over the amendments they made to the bill
Conservative MP Crispin Blunt ridicules the amendments introduced to the Article 50 bill by the House of Lords
Alistair Burt, MP for North East Bedfordshire, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the Brexit bill, which has returned to the House of Commons