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Johnson adviser blasts Hammond over no-deal preparations

Ally of former chancellor dismisses the claims of Boris Johnson's senior adviser as 'simply untrue'

Ministers against no-deal Brexit attacked for ‘sitting on hands’

Exclusive: Former education secretary lashes out at colleagues who ‘talk tough’ but say ‘now is not the right time to act’ – ahead of likely Commons vote on Tuesday

Johnson vows to fire any cabinet ministers opposed to no-deal Brexit

Asked if every cabinet member must be 'committed to leaving on 31 October, deal or no deal', leadership favourite replies: 'Yes'

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Ben Chu Could a no-deal Brexit hit the economy sooner than we think?

Analysis: We've been told that 29 March is the key date for the fate of the economy. But could we actually be experiencing the negative impact of a no-deal already? Ben Chu looks at the evidence

EU ‘place in hell’ warning puts May’s Brexit rescue bid in trouble

Downing Street hits back after extraordinary attack by Donald Tusk, as prime minister prepares to beg for EU help to rescue her deal

Lloyds ponies up £50m 'bailout' for clients hit by Carillion collapse

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Carillion collapse probe must be extended, Business Secretary says

Greg Clark writes to Financial Reporting Council and Insolvency Service pledging, 'Any evidence of misconduct will be taken very seriously'