A bumper UK/EU free trade deal has always been at the heart of Brexiteers' assumptions about why life on the outside might be better for the UK.
President Hollande gave the sharpest words of the day on Brexit. The French President said: " I have said it very clearly; Madame Theresa May wants a hard Brexit, then talks will be hard too."
There would be a draft second independence bill published on Monday and she would make preparations so Scotland could call a referendum before Britain leaves the EU in 2019.
Philip Hammond is addressing business people tonight. A friend said he rather expected the cheers and gasps would happen in the very opposite places where they had in the conference hall for his speec
Theresa May has given herself a little more leeway on starting the Brexit negotiations with the EU partners. She's also asked the rest of the EU for a bit more help.
Yesterday, Tom Watson said the Labour Party should be about reforming not replacing capitalism. Today, in a speech much of which could've been delivered by Ed Miliband, Jeremy Corbyn sounded a moderat
Jeremy Corbyn may have cemented his position as Labour leader but the arguments continue over who holds sway in the party's ruling committee.
Jeremy Corbyn has increased his majority, a pretty rare feat his team say. His share of the vote has gone up from 59.5 per cent to 61.8 per cent, largely thanks to an increased share of the members'
On Theresa May's flight to New York one official on her team joked he'd issued instructions that Boris Johnson was to be "rugby tackled" if he looked like he was leaving their section of the plane to