The cost of Brexit trade ambitions

The complex options that the UK pursues are core to how ‘hard’ Brexit will be

Smith pledges wealth tax in Labour pitch

Leadership challenger seeks to prise voters from Corbyn

Spy services censured over personal data

GCHQ and MI5 accused of ‘aggressive’ use of powers

May pressed to leave EU customs union

Brexit tussle with Fox on trade deals threatens Anglo-Irish ties

Ukip wrestles with Nigel Farage’s legacy

Party has to redefine itself after Leave victory in EU referendum

UK reacts coolly to Barnier Brexit role

French politician dubbed Scourge of the City for his EU work

The Bank of England’s response to Out

The Monetary Policy Committee has to decide whether to seek an economic stimulus

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May is yet to stamp authority on Brexit

Trade conflicts highlight the difficulty of laying a path to a new deal, writes Sebastian Payne

Brexit: Sturgeon and May’s balancing act

It is in Scotland’s interest to settle for a Norway-style deal, writes Jim Gallagher

Workers’ pay cuts on par with Greece

Unions point to OECD data showing downside of ‘jobs miracle’

Ukip needs to reshape or it will die

The Brexit party is locked in a battle to redefine itself

Whitehall split on EU customs union exit

International trade secretary Liam Fox hopes to prove gains from leaving union outweigh potential losses

Wriggle room on freedom of movement

An irony of Brexit vote is that UK net migration could come down without new border controls

High Court challenge to Jeremy Corbyn

Labour party donor claims leadership contest rules not applied correctly

Liberal UK voters in search of new politics

Options include a new party, pressure groups and local alliances

Homeowners’ £18bn tax relief under fire

Audit office calls for scrutiny of loophole for main residences

MPC member shifts stance on stimulus call

Stimulus measures all but certain at bank’s August 4 meeting

Break up FCA financial watchdog, say MPs

Treasury committee makes case for new separate enforcement division

Amazon to begin testing drones in the UK

Flexible regulations mark a breakthrough for the US company

Rudd to launch anti-hate crime drive

Weekend after Brexit vote saw 57% increase in reported offences

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