• 14 May 2018

    A succession of backbench MPs went in and out of Downing Street today, as Theresa May attempts to stop her party’s infighting over Brexit. Officials have been explaining the pros and cons of the two customs options that have split the cabinet. There was some consensus, but that was between those opposed to a hard Brexit…

  • 11 May 2018

    The Brexit campaign group Leave.EU has been fined £70,000 for breaching election law during the 2016 EU referendum. The Electoral Commission said the group failed to report “at least” £77,000 in its spending returns, taking it 10 per cent over the limit.

  • 8 May 2018

    Fresh from his Washington trip, the Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, has criticised Downing Street’s favoured proposal for a post-Brexit customs partnership. “Crazy” was the epithet he chose to describe the plan. On top of that, a vote in the House of Lords further threatens to derail the government’s hopes of a smooth journey to Brexit…

  • 4 May 2018

    Local election votes and Brexit committee penalty shoot-out

    On Theresa May’s election victory tour, Channel 4 News’ Anja Popp asked her: “Are you tempted to call a snap general election Prime Minister?” Theresa May laughed and said: “No I think we’ll just enjoy this …” before her ad-lib drifted off. One pro-Remain Conservative told me last night’s results were “a bit of a disaster for our…

  • 30 Apr 2018

    Speaking at an event in Dundalk, Michel Barnier said the UK must soften its red lines if there was any chance of breaking an impasse on the Irish border issue. And he denied accusations from unionists that he wasn’t an “honest broker”. Matt Frei reports from Dundalk.

  • 15 Apr 2018

    A new anti-Brexit group is to campaign for the public, not just parliament, to be given a vote on the final deal negotiated between the Government and the European Union. Known as the People’s Vote, the group aims to unite all of the anti-Brexit groups. Jenny Longden went to their launch event earlier today.

  • 29 Mar 2018

    Brexit has divided people up and down the country and the city of Sheffield is no different. There, the leave camp won narrowly – with 51 per cent of the vote. With a year to go until Brexit is due to happen, we’ve been to meet three Sheffield artists whose views capture the complex issues…

  • 29 Mar 2018

    Last week, this programme exposed how Cambridge Analytica claimed to have intervened – often secretly – in elections around the world. Now the secrets are unspooling. An undercover reporter for Channel 4 News posed as a fixer for a wealthy client hoping to get candidates elected in Sri Lanka. Last week, that country’s Prime Minister…

  • 29 Mar 2018

    Scotland voted against Brexit by 62 to 38 per cent, so how did Mrs May’s trip go down there today? We speak to the First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, and began by asking her if she still thinks the Brexit vote can be reversed? And on those points raised in that interview – Vote…

  • 29 Mar 2018

    Former Prime Minister Tony Blair, who supports calls for a second referendum on the Brexit deal, said he doesn’t think the Labour Party would vote for the kind of Brexit deal the Tory government will end up with. We ask what he was going to do about those standing in his way: Tory back benchers, public opinion and…

  • 29 Mar 2018

    Transport Secretary Chris Grayling who was a leading supporter of the Vote Leave campaign, discusses the allegations made by a whistle blower that Vote Leave may have cheated during the EU referendum campaign. And on those points raised in that interview – Vote Leave say their conduct was entirely legal and proper – and that…

  • 29 Mar 2018

    With a year to go until Brexit happens, Theresa May has spent the day on a tour of all four nations of the UK. She said she was listening to people’s hopes for the country after we leave the EU. Former Prime Minister Tony Blair said he hoped that day would never come – and…

  • 28 Mar 2018

    Lord Price, a former international trade minister, and Ambassador Miriam Sapiro, a former US trade representative under President Obama, discuss post-Brexit trade.

  • 28 Mar 2018

    Campaigners for Brexit are already calling it “Independence Day”: exactly a year tomorrow is the moment Britain formally leaves the European Union. That will be the moment when Britain can start forging its own trade policy. So what are the deals the UK can do with countries across the world and what will they want…

  • 1 Mar 2018

    Theresa May gets eve of speech warnings from EU

    As Theresa May got Cabinet sign off for the “serious” and “ambitious” Brexit policy she’ll set out in her speech tomorrow, EU leaders have warned that her own red lines mean Britain is closing the door on itself.