Come together, Theresa May said. She did not add: "Right now, over me". But she may as well have.
Theresa May has gathered her senior ministers in Downing Street as the UK prepares for a "pivotal moment" in its journey to a future outside the European Union.
The former chancellor's new job has proved controversial after he said he intends to combine the newspaper role with that of representing his constituents in Tatton, 190 miles from the capital, in Parliament.
IN LONDON, my favourite other city, my simple pleasure is to walk for a mile or so along the South Bank of the Thames and feel the breath of that mighty river on my neck. All life and many nations you will encounter along this stretch: acrobats…
Boris Johnson is to be the first Foreign Secretary to visit Moscow in more than five years.
A post-Brexit free trade deal with the US could mean "liberating the haggis" so it could be sold on the other side of the Atlantic, Boris Johnson has said.
The European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill was passed by MPs and peers on Monday, with royal assent the final stage in the process.
Ministers have been accused of "driving towards a cliff-edge with a blindfold on", after Brexit Secretary David Davis admitted they have made no assessment of the economic implications of failure to secure a deal with the rest of the EU.