The EU last night offered to extend Article 50 until the end of October, with a warning the UK should not waste the extra time to secure an exit deal
A badly mismanaged Brexit risks having disastrous consequences for the climate - the UK now risks squandering one of the biggest economic opportunities in history
Choice now appears to be between no deal and lengthy extension as MPs reject Withdrawal Agreement for the third time
The Prime Minister has enough flaws to be a genuine contender for the title of worst in modern history, but in one crucial area she got some big calls right
MPs will vote today on extending Article 50 as May prepares to bring her deal to the Commons for a third time
EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier warns 'no deal' preparations 'more important than ever before'
It is hard not to be cynical about the recent wave of political support for climate action, but it is a sign the debate is moving forward
Greener UK says key areas at 'high risk', IEMA warns proposed framework has so many holes it looks 'like a colander', and one of the architects of the Climate Change Act calls for a fundamental re-think
UK will uphold environmental standards and press ahead with clean growth, Prime Minister declares during Brexit speech at an offshore wind factory
Prime Minister declares 'I have always been clear that Brexit should not be at the expense of workers' rights or environmental protections'
Theresa May would have to change the habit of a lifetime to break the deadlock, but the Labour leader has hinted a Green Brexit deal might just be possible
Labour leader writes to Theresa May setting out terms that could see the opposition back the Prime Minister's Brexit deal
With 57 days to go until the UK is scheduled to leave the EU, Theresa May's Green Brexit pledges remain as vague as ever
Theresa May promises to 'consider legislation where necessary' in order to 'embed the strongest possible protections on workers' rights and the environment'
Historic defeat for Theresa May's deal leaves government's Brexit plans in chaos
The implications for the green economy of tomorrow's crucial parliamentary vote are as clear as polluted mud, but one thing remains clear
More than 150 MPs have now signed letter calling on Prime Minister to enshrine net zero emissions target in law
UK and EU 'provisionally agree' non-binding basic framework for future relationship, covering trade in goods, energy, and services
Faith groups call on Theresa May to appoint a minister responsible for developing a plan for the UK to hit each of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals
Chaos reigns in Westminster - and for the green economy, and much else besides, the stakes could hardly be higher
Withdrawal Agreement strengthen post-Brexit green pledges, but resignations of key Cabinet ministers including Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab throws deal's future in doubt
Greener UK sets out four key benchmarks for ensuring a Green Brexit amid increased fears the UK risks crashing out of the EU without a deal
The Prime Minister's speech may have secured plaudits for its delivery but on the biggest long term challenge and opportunity facing the UK she had nothing to say
Prime Minister's conference speech completely ignores environmental issues