European Union chiefs have sent Theresa May a letter confirming that Brussels does not want the so-called "backstop" to remain in place permanently following Brexit.
A campaign formed to advocate for EU citizens in the UK has criticised the Home Office’s EU Settlement Scheme for charging applicants, after the authority of Berlin launched a similar - but free - scheme for Brits living in the German city.
She confirmed she had a "robust" discussion with European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker.
The European Commission will introduce a similar system to ESTAs used by the US.
Theresa May will try to persuade MPs to back her Brexit plan in the House of Commons by saying there is no "better deal" available.
The Prime Minister will meet European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker this evening ahead of an EU Brexit summit on Sunday.
A Brexit deal has been reached by negotiators in Brussels and will be the focus of a crunch Cabinet meeting on Wednesday.
British citizens travelling to EU nations after Brexit should not have to get a visa, even if Britain leaves without a deal, the European Commission has said.
The report suggests migration is not a "major determinate" of the wages of UK-born workers.
The Government would legislate to introduce a cap on charges if there is a no-deal scenario.
Around 87,000 more long-term migrants arrived from the bloc than left in the year to the end of March.
Unveiling the plans in a white paper in the House of Commons, Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab described it as "another key milestone in the UK's path to leaving the EU"
Theresa May will use a speech in Belfast to reiterate her refusal to contemplate any backstop deal that treats Northern Ireland differently from the rest of the UK
Philip Davies claims he has "lost trust" in May's ability to deliver Brexit
It comes as the official figures show a drop in net migration from the EU.
The European Union is set to slap tariffs on 3.4 billion dollars (£2.5 billion) in American products, from whiskey and motorcycles to peanuts and cranberries.
In unguarded comments at a private dinner, the Foreign Secretary also said Donald Trump could deliver a better Brexit deal.
Jon Thompson said quitting the European Union without a deal would cost Britain £20 billion.
The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) give people in the EU new powers to access and control their personal data.
The Environment Secretary has said the UK's backstop option is 'temporary not permanent'.
The Prime Minister made the announcement after arriving in at the EU Western Balkans summit in Sofia.
Labour is keeping an open mind over Britain being part of the European Economic Area (EEA) after it quits the European Union, says the Labour MP.
'One of the most important amendments of the entire process', says shadow Brexit minister
The number of Britons looking for jobs in the EU increased by 15% in recent months, suggesting a "Brexodus" of workers
All those involved "know where the EU stands" but "more clarity" is still needed from the UK, EU chief Michel Barnier said
Customs union 'a means to stop Brexit' and peers voted 'to protect vested interests'
'Theresa May must listen to the growing chorus of voices and rethink her approach,' says Shadow Brexit Secretary
European Council president Donald Tusk told MEPs that the UK had created the issue as a result of the Brexit vote and had a duty to find a solution
De La Rue, the current passport provider, said that it had "considered all the options", but would not challenge the move
People often don't apply for things in their interests, says Oxford University’s Migration Observatory
Our presenter had to call the shots when it came to getting the document inked
Cable says his much-criticised comments were about Brexiteers being older and has denied calling them racist
Growth forecasts likely to rise but the windfall will be banked to cope with Brexit fall-out
Bernard Jenkin says Donald Tusk speech masks true reality
Journalist Ruth Dudley Edwards says Brussels is 'playing the Irish off against the British' on the border issue
Our host clashed with anti-Brexit peer on talkRADIO this morning
Peter Foster says Britain is kidding itself If it thinks it can keep the best bits of EU membership
Femi Oluwole suggests young people have more of a say in Brexit than old people - and it doesn't go down well with his 49-year-old host
Campbell said Boris Johnson was a 'charlatan' and repeated his call for a second referendum
Remainer James McGrory says it's time Boris stopped trying to pretend we can have our cake and eat it
Cash says we may have to abandon the talks if the EU's posturing continues
Lord Tebbit says Thatcher wasn't afraid to seek alternative views and May should do likewise
Bill Etheridge says Bolton is 'doing almost irreperable damage every day'
Andrew Pierce asked 'are they saying their customers who are Mail readers are not suitable to travel on their trains?'
Study also shows that over six in 10 Tories hold this view
George Galloway delivered his opening monologue on the defeat of the Government over an amendment to grant MPs a meaningful vote on the final deal
The Prime Minister is to vow to MPs to continue to seek other trade arrangements despite potentially being bound by EU rules for two years after Brexit