Tony Blair believes there can be a Brexit resolutionTony Blair believes there can be a Brexit resolution with the EU.Government aide defies whips and calls for second referendumGovernment aide defies Tory whips and calls for a second Brexit referendum.From Bulgaria to Kent, Brexit stirs fears for migrant workersA small Bulgarian village thousands of kilometres from the UK is worried about how Brexit will play out. That’s because every year hundreds of locals travel from Brashten to work on a fruit farm in Kent, and are concerned that may no longer be possible.Jeremy Corbyn: PM not moving off Brexit red linesLabour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn says that the Government did not seem to be "moving off the original red lines" in achieving a compromise Brexit deal.MPs back new law telling PM to seek Article 50 extensionMPs and peers have backed a new law to extend the Brexit process. The move places a legal requirement on Prime Minister Theresa May to seek an extension to Article 50 to prevent a no-deal Brexit.Barnier and Varadkar hold Brexit talks in DublinBarnier and Varadkar meet in Dublin to discuss Brexit ahead of the EU summit.EU negotiator says 'fully behind Ireland' in any Brexit scenarioThe EU will "stand fully behind Ireland" whatever happens with Brexit, according to chief negotiator Michel Barnier during a visit to Dublin.Brexit hangs in the balance as talks falterCross-party talks between the British government and opposition Labour have failed to produce a breakthrough on Brexit, while the EU considers later this week whether to grant the UK an extension on leaving the bloc to June 30.Theresa May gives video update on BrexitIn a video message posted on Twitter, Theresa May says talks with Labour mean "compromise on both sides".May says greater risk of no Brexit the longer it takes to find compromiseBritish Prime Minister Theresa May said on Saturday that the longer it takes to find a compromise with the opposition Labour Party to secure a parliamentary majority for a Brexit deal, the less likely it is that Britain will leave the European Union.Francois: 'An extension will drive Tory MPs up the wall'Mark Francois says Tory MPs are furious at cross-party Brexit talks.Angela Merkel in Dublin: We will do 'everything' to avoid no-deal BrexitGerman chancellor Angela Merkel has said she will do everything she can to prevent a no-deal Brexit. Speaking after Brexit talks with Irish premier Leo Varadkar in Dublin, the chancellor said the European Union member states will stand together.'May must have Brexit plan'Theresa May has expended her "trust capital" with European leaders, an MEP has warned.Rudd: 'Absolutely right for PM to work with other MPs'UK Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Amber Rudd says Theresa May is right to work with other MPs on Brexit.The border between Northern Ireland and IrelandVideographic locating the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland. A proposed arrangement to keep open the border with Ireland by aligning Britain with some EU trade rules has been one of the issues at the heart of Brexit talks.Jeremy Corbyn will sit down with Theresa May over Brexit deadlockJeremy Corbyn has accepted Theresa May's request for talks over Brexit, but he has outlined that he would not agree to anything that could compromise peace in Northern Ireland.British food producers hope for Brexit boostWhile the prospect of a no-deal Brexit is causing worries for Britain's food importers, UK producers could see a bump in sales, especially those who make products that are normally imported like sparkling wine and mozzarella.Boris hits out at PM's change of approach on BrexitJohnson hits out at PM's change of approach on BrexitTheresa May: I'm offering to sit down with Jeremy Corbyn to break Brexit logjamPrime Minister Theresa May says she hopes to sit down with the leader of the Opposition to try to find a solution to move forward with Brexit.May statement on Brexit impasseMay offers to work through Brexit with CorbynEU's chief Brexit negotiator says no-deal Brexit is 'more likely'EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier says the bloc's 27 member states are prepared for the UK to leave the bloc without an agreement, but that it was "never our desired or intended scenario".'Stop Brexit' chants at huge London marchHundreds of thousands of marchers demanded another referendum on the UK's relationship with the EU.