The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) says borders will be exposed to risks after Brexit due to a lack of planning.
Thousands of people from all over Europe have gathered in the Belgian capital to show their support for exiled Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont and his government.
India is critical to the UK's plans to show that it can secure post-Brexit trade deals with non-European Union countries.
Rail fares are going up because the government is trying to shift the burden of subsidy from the state onto the passenger.
Allies of Brexit secretary David Davis are using Theresa May's Brexit woes as a chance to oust the prime minister.
Two men have been charged in connection with a terror plot to kill the prime minister Theresa May, using a suicide vest, pepper spray and a knife.
Former Labour leader issued tweet just hours after Brexit talks in Brussels were shot down by the DUP.
British prime minister Theresa May reportedly has until the end of the week to strike a deal with the EU after her Brexit deal was scuppered by the DUP party.
The business lobby group expects Britain's gross domestic product to expand 1.5% in both 2017 and 2018 before weakening slightly to 1.3% in 2019.
The UK has agreed '90% of the Brexit deal', with the EU a source has told the Times as the UK PM has crunch talks in Brussels on Monday.
The reported visit of Donald Trump to the UK in February will spark the biggest protest in the country, organisers have said. The US leader is said to be planning a working but not full state visit.
US president Donald Trump will reportedly fly into the UK for a "working visit" in late February 2018, following speculation a long-awaited state visit had been put in jeopardy.
All four MPs responsible for the Social Mobility Commission have quit, issuing a sharp warning that the government is more preoccupied with Brexit than working to help disadvantaged citizens.
Sex scandals, cough-ridden speeches, Brexit negotiations and cabinet resignations have given Theresa May a headache.
Pressure mounts on deputy PM as former Scotland Yard detective discusses 2008 inquiry into Green's Commons computer for first time
US President Donald Trump's 'working visit' to Britain has been postponed as tensions with Prime Minister Theresa May rise over his anti-Muslim retweets.
Theresa May also confirmed that a state visit was still in place, but a date is yet to be confirmed.
"As if he hasn't embarrassed us enough already," one Twitter user wrote.
Trump hits back at Theresa May telling her to 'focus on destructive radical Islamic terrorism' in UK
President Donald Trump has hit back at criticism by UK prime minister Theresa May over his re-tweeting of anti-Muslim videos.
A spokesperson for Theresa May described Trump's actions as "wrong" and accused him of 'peddling lies.'
David Davis is accused of a 'whitewash' of a report into the impact of Brexit which allegedly withheld sensitive information.
The UK could pay £58bn in its Brexit divorce deal with reports saying that Britain has bowed to EU demands.
Theresa May faces being barred from every pub in her constituency town of Maidenhead should one furious landlord succeed in his campaign.
Ireland's position is that the UK should stay in the customs union, but this is plainly not going to happen.
MSD's investment would create around 950 jobs in high-skilled and high-value research roles, Clark said.
Cable says 'systematic tax avoidance' is causing significant damage to the Treasury and public finances.
UK prime minister Theresa May may be set to offer £40bn in a Brexit divorce deal when she meets the head of the European Council, Donald Tusk on Friday (24 November).
Policymakers must stop pretending they can fix broken markets with more and more regulation.
Chancellor Philip Hammond downgrades economic forecasts and unveils appealing policy morsels.
Downing Street fears that the Budget will fall flat as ties between prime minister Theresa May and chancellor Philip Hammond feel the strain.