The Brexit timetable and negotiation plan has been agreed by the two lead negotiators.
British and European Union negotiators have begun historic talks on Britain leaving the bloc - with both sides seeking to strike a positive tone.
Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Theresa May’s press conference with the Irish PM and David Davis and Michel Barnier starting the Brexit negotiations in Brussels
Brexit talks: David Davis calls for 'deal like no other in history' as negotiations begin to quit EU
Brexit Secretary David Davis will demand a "deal like no other in history" as he heads to Brussels for day one of negotiations on the UK leaving the European Union.
UK and EU representatives say opening day of talks will mainly deal with timing and structure of separation talks
UK Brexit secretary begins talks with Michel Barnier in Brussels
BREXIT negotiations are finally underway with Theresa May’s Brexit Secretary David Davis laying down the groundwork in Brussels. But who are the key negotiators who will decide Brexit?
The Brexit secretary has agreed to the EU's timetable on talks - but insists it's "consistent" with the Article 50 letter