UK Prime Minister Theresa May has said she is prepared to explore every possible option to break the deadlock in Brexit talks. She told MPs 95% of the terms of exit were agreed but the Irish border was still a considerable sticking point.
The Brexit Secretary has said he understands Conservative jitters about EU negotiations but urged British MPs to hold their nerve as talks continue. The end is in sight in terms of a good deal, the prize we want, Dominic Raab said, asking them to wait and see.
Lord Carrington, a versatile British politician who held senior posts under Conservative prime ministers from Winston Churchill to Margaret Thatcher and who was secretary general of NATO in the last years of the Cold War, died on Monday. He was 99.