Government plans to 'take back control' and pull out of the 1964 treaty in two years.
Environment secretary says the government should listen to 'authoritative' public sector pay bodies.
First Secretary of State Damian Green was the keynote speaker at the Bright Blue conference.
From Theresa May to Jeremy Corbyn, IBTimes UK lists the most important politicians.
Jeremy Corbyn shows 'true Brexit colours' as Labour's rebel shadow ministers are sacked over EU vote
Andy Slaughter, Catherine West and Ruth Cadbury voted to keep the UK in the EU's single-market.
Exclusive: Labour's Jon Trickett tells IBTimes UK that he we will continue to press David Davis.
Labour Deputy Leader Tom Watson is leading the fight against the mega-merger.
Restrictions on EU nationals coming to the UK could help police forces and 'hamper' criminals.
"The money for these items doesn't grow on trees," John O'Connell tells IBTimes UK.
Figures show 780 members of the Army, Royal Navy and Air Force are part of the religion.
Dr John Sentamu condemned 'fiery slogans' such as 'no deal is better than a bad deal'.
The 70-year-old's appointment has stoked controversy as Moore-Bick's past rulings are scrutinised.
Downing Street said the government is reviewing measure after Theresa May's election blow.
Prime minister urges landlords and housing associations to conduct fire safety checks.
Exclusive: Momentum source tells IBTimes UK thousands have joined since 8 June.
Annual social attitudes study also found that British people are becoming more socially liberal.
Exclusive: Christopher Steele, the ex-MI6 officer, has formed a new organisation with his business partner.
Brothers were heard together for the first time since Ed won the Labour leadership contest in 2010.
May was the only cabinet minister to oppose David Cameron's plan, George Osborne claims.
Labour leader enjoying a post-general election boost as May limps into Brexit talks.
Former deputy prime minister spoke to IBTimes UK after his Chatham House speech in London.
Labour politician wants victims to feel confident they can come forward and speak to authorities.
British Home Secretary Amber Rudd made the announcement to MPs in the House of Commons.
European Council president quoted from John Lennon's Imagine as he described himself as a 'dreamer'.
Details emerge from Downing Street after Theresa May confirms three towers are a fire hazard.
UK foreign secretary was clueless as BBC Radio 4's Eddie Mair grilled him over the government's plans.
Demonstration was non-violent despite fears that it might spill over.
A fight over the UK's future relationship with the EU is going on inside the Conservative Party.
But Commons leader says she is 'fully' behind the prime minister after the Queen's Speech.
Plans to extend grammar schools, give a free vote on fox hunting and the 'dementia tax' were missing.