Downing St hopes to secure parliamentary approval to trigger Article 50 by mid-March


Bosses, investors and unions call for regulator to protect society, staff and shareholders

Commons hearing told of potential damage to industries after single market exit

Tax advisers say demands for client names breach legal rights

Companies profit by reflecting workforce and wider society, says business minister

Ofgem is reviewing incentives to small gas and diesel ventures

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Parliament, not the government, is the ultimate power in the land

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The prime minister will rapidly pass an Article 50 bill, writes Sebastian Payne

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The 86-year-old’s ties to the sport he built are hard to cut, writes Andrew Hill

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