Britain pushes covert diplomacy ahead of Brexit talks

Charm offensive aims to keep communication lines open before Article 50 triggered

Parliament endorses Brexit: what does the vote mean?

Theresa May remains on track to hit March 2017 deadline for beginning exit process

Supreme Court Brexit hearing Day 4: key points on devolution round off case

Impression was that devolution arguments had rattled the government most

Royal prerogative gives May Article 50 power, court told

Attorney-general says referendum was held in expectation government would implement result

May agrees to set out Brexit strategy before Article 50

Offer of transparency ahead of brewing backbench Tory revolt

Barnier urges UK to be realistic about trade terms for Brexit

EU’s lead negotiator says divorce talks will be compressed into 15-18 months

Brussels on Brexit: What Michel Barnier said and what he meant

The EU’s lead negotiator gives a glimpse of how the EU views the process

May urged to admit UK will leave single market

Leading Eurosceptic tells government to ‘come clean’ on Brexit intentions

May ‘extremely confident’ of triggering Article 50 by end of March

Former Remain campaigners say feared full-blown parliamentary revolt will not materialise

Lib Dem victory will increase Eurosceptics’ fears of Brexit sellout

By-election win seen as backlash against hard departure from EU

Nissan Brexit letter deemed too sensitive to make public

MPs keep pressure on ministers to reveal pledges given to Japanese carmaker

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