Fully vaccinated travellers from the EU and the US will not have to quarantine when arriving in England, Scotland and Wales from an amber list country.
Boris Johnson could be facing a Brexit row at breakfast as he meets with EU leaders ahead of the second day of the G7 summit in Cornwall.
Boris Johnson is battling to avoid a sausage trade war with Brussels which could see chilled meats barred from shops in Northern Ireland from the end of this month.
The EU plans on opening up to foreign tourists this summer – including Britons – but some MPs want restrictions to remain on travelling abroad due to the risk of COVID-19 variants.
The European Union “will not hesitate” to take action against the UK under the terms of the post-Brexit trade deal, the bloc’s top official has warned.
The UK and the EU have said they are working on steps to create a “win-win situation” over vaccine supplies after Brussels released plans to impose tougher export controls.
Defence Secretary Ben Wallace has warned any bid by the EU to block coronavirus vaccine exports to the UK would be “counterproductive” and damage the bloc’s reputation globally.
The UK has defended its unilateral action over the Northern Ireland protocol, calling the move “temporary and technical steps” which “largely” continue measures already in place.
The UK will discuss with the EU the bloc’s proposals to create a vaccine passport that could allow people to travel more freely in time for the summer holidays.
Shellfish workers in Cornwall say some are at risk of losing their homes because of an overnight ban on exporting their product to the EU.
AstraZeneca is set to supply nine million more doses of its COVID vaccine to the EU after a high-profile row over shortages.
The EU “recognise they made a mistake” by invoking a Brexit deal clause to prevent coronavirus vaccine shipments entering the UK, Michael Gove has said.
Boris Johnson has called on the EU to “urgently clarify its intentions” after Brussels moved to introduce controls on the export of COVID-19 vaccines from the bloc to Northern Ireland.
Boris Johnson has warned against the placing of restrictions on COVID vaccines after the EU threatened to put controls on the export of doses to Britain.
The body representing food and drink manufacturing in the UK warns there could be “barriers” to exporting English farmed foods if gene editing is allowed.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s father has revealed he is applying for a French passport to maintain ties with the EU post-Brexit.
MPs have overwhelmingly approved the Brexit trade deal to pave the way for the UK-EU agreement to come into force at 11pm tomorrow.
A group of influential Conservative Brexiteers has declared its support for the EU trade deal agreed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
EU officials are set to meet on Monday to discuss the Brexit trade deal agreed with the UK on Christmas Eve.
A long-awaited trade deal between the UK and the EU has been struck just days before the deadline.
There could never have been a deal that would fully replicate or replace the shared security mechanisms enjoyed by members of the EU.
Talks between the UK and EU on a post-Brexit trade deal are in the “end phase”, an EU official has told Sky News.
Germany has extended its ban on travellers arriving from the UK to 6 January, despite the EU telling countries to lift restrictions to allow essential journeys and minimise trade disruption.
Boris Johnson has told EU chief Ursula von der Leyen that Brexit trade talks are now in “a serious situation” and that a no-deal outcome is “very likely” unless the EU changes its stance “substantially”.
Britons wanting to take their pets to Northern Ireland or abroad to the EU next year will have to apply for an animal health certificate under new post-Brexit rules.
Car production in the UK could be shut down early next year if EU trade talks fail, the Unite union has warned.
As negotiations on a UK-EU trade deal are set to continue overnight, a British government source has said that “as things stand the offer on the table from the EU remains unacceptable”.
Britain and the EU have made “significant progress” in the Brexit negotiations on the rights of European fleets to fish in UK waters, two EU sources have told Sky News.
Talks between the EU and UK have paused after both sides said there were “significant differences” on key issues.
Brexit trade talks between the UK and the EU have been put on hold after the two sides said “conditions for an agreement are not met”.