'No turning back' on Brexit as Article 50 triggered
Theresa May says there's "no turning back" after formally triggering the process of leaving the EU.

Brexit: The UK's letter triggering Article 50
Theresa May's letter to European Council president Donald Tusk sets out the UK's intent to withdraw.

Article 50 a leap in the dark - Sturgeon
First minister claims Theresa May still cannot answer basic questions on what Brexit will actually mean.

Article 50: PM says 'significant' increase to powers expected
Theresa May predicts more decision making for devolved nations post-Brexit in her Article 50 letter.

Civil servant David Sterling takes over Stormont budget
David Sterling will use emergency powers to release cash to departments until a new budget is in place.

Cash cuts 'threaten school standards', say MPs
MPs say a school funding crisis in England must be tackled as a "matter of urgency".

London Stock Exchange-Deutsche Boerse deal blocked by EU
EU regulators block London Stock Exchange's £21bn merger with German stock exchange Deutsche Boerse.

Scottish Parliament backs referendum call
It is agreed by 69 votes to 59 that Nicola Sturgeon should make a request to the UK government.

Stormont talks: Westminster to 'consider all options' after Easter
The UK government will "consider all options" after Easter if talks to form an NI Executive fail.

Obituary: Lawyer and politician Gwilym Prys Davies
A lawyer and politician who was a lifelong devolutionist.

Unions criticise 1% pay rise for public sector workers
Ministers defend the below-inflation deal but unions say NHS staff are being "taken for granted".

MPs deny foreign aid cash being 'wasted'
A committee says money should be allocated "on evidence rather than media coverage".

Brexit: Watchdog spoke to Bank of England over EU campaign rules
The Electoral Commission spoke to the Bank during referendum to ensure it followed campaign rules.

Brexit: Theresa May eyes 'special partnership' with EU
The PM wants a "deep partnership" with the EU as she prepares to begin process of leaving.

MPs 'walk out' in protest at 'too gloomy' Brexit report
Several Brexit-backing MPs "politely" walked out of a Brexit select committee meeting, it is claimed.

Immigration should rise and fall after Brexit, David Davis says
The Brexit secretary was speaking as key figures from the pro and anti-EU camps clashed on Question Time.

Potholes 'the talk of the canteen'
Drivers complain about the state of local roads as a survey shows deteriorating conditions.

Brexit: Full control of borders among six UKIP tests
Full control of UK borders and fishing waters are among UKIP's six demands, as is withdrawal before 2020.

Brexit won't be completed in two years, says Simon Fraser
Former head of the Foreign Office says post-Brexit arrangements will take longer than two years to negotiate.

Article 50: Brexit deal must meet six tests, says Labour
Labour says it will vote against any deal that does not include a strong relationship with the EU.

Who's who
Profiles of eight people who will work out the detail of the exit deal.

All in the timing
The Scottish Parliament has backed a second independence referendum - but what happens next?

View from Brussels
Assessing the impact of impending Brexit on the EU and its institutions.

What is Article 50?
Theresa May has invoked part of European law that means the UK will leave the EU. Now what?

Great Repeal Bill
The government says EU law will no longer apply in the UK after Brexit - how will it achieve this?

No deal
Theresa May and EU leaders say they are hopeful of reaching a Brexit deal - what if they don't?

Matthew Price
Personal information is currently safeguarded by EU data protection laws.

Bastions of democracy
An attacker tried and failed to access Westminster - so what is security like in Paris, Berlin, Brussels and Washington DC?

Heroes who helped
There has been praise for the bravery of the emergency services and the public in the wake of the attack.

Article 50: Theresa May statement to MPs as letter delivered
Theresa May addresses MPs after triggering Article 50, beginning the countdown to the UK's exit from the EU.

Article 50: 'We already miss you' - Donald Tusk
EU Council President Donald Tusk has said that there is "no reason to pretend that this is a happy day" after formally accepting the UK's letter triggering Article 50.

Hammond on Brexit: 'Can't have cake and eat it'
Chancellor Philip Hammond says there will be give and take in Brexit negotiations

Marine Le Pen on why the EU wants Brexit to be painful
Though the French presidential candidate still thinks Great Britain will negotiate a good deal.

'This affects all parts and all people’
Lord Gus O'Donnell says there will be a price to pay for Brexit

Holyrood backs Sturgeon's call for Indyref2
MSPs voted by 69 to 59 in favour of seeking permission for a referendum before the UK leaves the EU.

What do school children think about Brexit?
What do young people think about Brexit? Tim Muffett reports on a BBC School Report survey.

Boris Johnson likens GCHQ spy claims 'to gnat on rhino'
The foreign secretary describes the claim that GCHQ carried out surveillance on Donald Trump during the US presidential election campaign as "absurd and ridiculous".

Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU
A guide to how the UK will leave the European Union following the 23 June referendum vote.

Who's Who: Theresa May's cabinet
Theresa May is forming her government after becoming prime minister. Who is in - and out - of her first cabinet?

Shadow cabinet: The comings and goings under Corbyn, and the current line-up
Labour's top team has had several incarnations of late, and high turnover in four particular roles.

Stoke by-election guide
A preview of the 23 February vote where Labour is looking to see off a UKIP challenge.

Copeland by-election at-a-glance guide
As party leaders head to Copeland in Cumbria, here is a guide to the by-election taking place on 23 February.

The Jeremy Corbyn Story: Profile of Labour leader
A profile of Jeremy Corbyn - the radical left wing MP who has now seen off a challenge to his leadership of the Labour Party.

Political party conferences 2016: At-a-glance guide
The best bits from the 2016 party conference season.

Who's staying and who's going in the shadow cabinet?
A string of members of Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet have quit and Hilary Benn has been sacked. Who has gone and who remains? Here's a quick guide.

At-a-glance: Guide to Labour 2016 conference agenda
An at-a-glance guide to Labour's 2016 party conference agenda.

The referendum result in maps and charts
How did the Leave camp clinch victory in the referendum on the UK's membership of the EU after what was a very closely fought contest?

Who is Michel Barnier? Meet the EU's chief Brexit negotiator
Michel Barnier, who has moved seamlessly between jobs in Paris and Brussels, is the EU's chief Brexit negotiator.

Labour reshuffle: Diane Abbott made shadow home secretary
Diane Abbott becomes shadow home secretary as part of a Labour front bench reshuffle but critics say it has failed to unify the party.