Many experts say the government is sticking its head in the sand.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab told the House of Commons restrictions would apply for 30 days.
A lax or unclear approach to the frontier could increase chances of smuggling and fraud.
David Frost says UK’s departure would provide ‘huge advantages’ for the country.
Senior citizens, low-skilled workers, children and homeless people at risk of missing application deadline, activists say.
Irish voters appear more concerned about domestic issues than the prime minister’s international performance.
The UK may be departing, but it leaves behind a bloc that has been shaped by a succession of British architects.
Downing Street eschews major Whitehall revamp in favor of ‘minor realignments.’
Democratic Unionist Party and Sinn Féin agree to deal that avoids the need for an election.
The spat over the UK’s use of a European border control database could impact security cooperation after Brexit.
There are fears that Boris Johnson’s determination to diverge from EU rules will harm the nation’s economy.
The legislative program includes laws covering fisheries, farming, financial services, trade and immigration.
In contrast to Boris Johnson’s Conservatives, the DUP are focussing their campaign on domestic issues.
The DUP has refused to support the Brexit deal Boris Johnson struck with the EU.
Labour Party releases confidential Treasury report about the impact of Brexit deal on Northern Ireland.
Europeans would need passports to travel to the UK post Brexit, under Conservative Party proposals.
EU nationals who became British wary of revoking Brexit without a fresh vote.
The government sees the need for a ‘seafood crisis intervention scheme’ if the UK departs the EU without a deal.
DUP deputy leader Nigel Dodds said his party wanted a ‘sensible’ Brexit deal.
The SNP demands a second independence referendum next year and an end to austerity.
SNP demands second Scottish independence referendum next year and extra funding for Scotland in exchange for support in Westminster.
What politicians say on Brexit and what they end up doing are two different things.
British prime minister has made clear he is ready for an election if the numbers in parliament for Brexit fail to materialize.
The UK’s weak negotiating position meant it had to swallow plenty of Brexit concessions — but the EU has moved too.
The Institute for Government said ministers might have to ‘play Scrooge’ instead.
Despite progress, there are ‘issues that need to be resolved,’ said the Irish prime minister.
Gibraltar’s Chief Minister Fabian Picardo’s election campaign has sought to convince voters the country is ready for a no-deal departure.
Such an agreement would not be much better than a no-deal scenario, first minister says.
‘It is really important for us to emphasize that we are currently operating within severe threat,’ says assistant chief constable.
EU chief negotiator told ministers there was one day left to agree a new text with the UK ahead of the European Council summit.