Theresa May met with her cabinet ministers to discuss the settlement which has caused a logjam in negotiations.
Boost for housing sector, driverless cars and 5G technology are all expected to feature in Hammond's speech.
UK PM Theresa May is urged to exploit Angela Merkel's weakness after German elections to lower Britain's Brexit divorce bill.
More than 70 British MPs have pledged support for Lauri Love, an alleged computer hacker currently battling extradition to the US where he faces up to 99 years in prison.
Collapse of coalition talks in Eurozone's biggest economy weighs on the euro ahead of next round of Brexit talks.
Whereas once the West was responsible for everything good in the world, today it is the source of everything that is bad.
Robert Piggott Cof E schools in Berkshire writes letter to parents asking for £1 donations to buy equipment after "national changes" in funding
More than 150,000 Twitter accounts located in Russia posted up to 45,000 messages about Brexit in the days around the 2016 EU referendum vote, new research suggests.
Think tank says annual cost of raising public sector pay in line with consumer price inflation would be £3.3bn by 2019/20.
Commentators bemoan the British currency's unpredictability as political and economic headwinds make life difficult for forecasters.
The UK has three realistic options: join the European Free Trade Association; postpone Brexit to 31 December 2020; or walk away from talks now.
The British prime minister, Theresa May, has accused Russia of meddling in elections and planting fake stories in the media during her speech at London's Guildhall.
Sterling tumbles against its main rivals amid growing uncertainty over the government's future and Brexit negotiations.
Sadiq Khan is the latest official to call on UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson to resign after he made some damaging remarks on the case of a British national held in Iran.
40 Conservative MPs have agreed to sign a letter of no confidence in the prime minister over her lack of control over the party and Brexit negotiations.
Jeremy Corbyn has called on Theresa May to sack foreign secretary Boris Johnson following his 'deeply regrettable error' regarding a Briton's detention in Iran.
By accompanying Israeli officials to the Golan, and requesting her department to provide aid to the Israeli hospital there, Patel de facto recognised Israel's occupation.
The favoured Patel was to build that big bridge and also encourage more Asians to support or join the Conservative party, which had a white image problem.
Fears Prime Minister is doomed to a humiliating exit from No. 10.
Priti Patel offered Prime Minister Theresa May a 'fulsome apology' after being forced to resign over secret meetings she held with Israeli officials.
Patel is the second member of the cabinet to exit in the past week following the departure of Sir Michael Fallon.
Harassment scandals, Brexit delays and secret meetings have cast a shadow over May - but not as big as you'd expect.
Secretary of State Priti Patel has apologised for violating ministerial code by holding official meetings while on holiday without informing the UK Foreign Office.
Party leaders agree to implement complaints system for staff in wake of Westminster sexual harassment scandal
Theresa May chaired a cross-party meeting in which party leaders agreed to implement a formal complaints system to tackle sexual impropriety in parliament.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross tells CBI conference that preliminary trade talks between US and UK governments are already underway.
Almost two-thirds of EU businesses polled by CIPS warn they are likely to move part of supply chain to countries in the single market.
Prime Minister tells CBI conference her government wants an ambitious partnership with the EU and the wider world.
CBI president Paul Drechsler compares Brexit negotiations to a "prime-time soap opera, with a different episode each week".
Conservative MP and Whip Christopher Pincher has referred himself to police following allegations of misconduct.
TheWestminster sex harassment scandal is an assault on our democracy. Do the lecherous MPs begin to understand that?