A judgment by the European court has extended copyright to all literary and artistic creations, but cheese is still not protected.
Turkey, pigs in blankets, potatoes, parsnips, carrots, Brussels spouts and cranberries – which are safe and which aren't?
As the May government crumbles, there is new impetus for reviving part two of Lord Leveson's inquiry into press misconduct.
By recruiting Tommy Robinson, UKIP does indeed appear to be lurching towards the far right.
It might have looked like her only choice, but postponing the vote was the wrong move for a weak prime minister.
The ruling offers some relief for Remainers – but don't go thinking this is the end of Brexit.
We can't agree what the 'will of the people' was in 2016, but these are the representatives they elected in 2017.
The EU doesn't want a temporary solution to become permanent.
It's the fairest way to settle this debate – though in the absence of a clear majority supporting either "remain" or a "no deal" it would probably mean accepting Theresa May's deal.
Brexit may be an unexpected boon for the UK's climate leadership. Here's how the UK can seize the initiative.
Some possible outcomes as we head into the unknown.
The legal and practical steps that would be required for no Brexit to happen.
An EU law expert on what the attorney general's legal advice on Brexit means and its wider significance for the future.
Ministers were found in contempt of parliament on December 4 for not publishing the full legal advice on the Brexit withdrawal agreement.
A video aimed at presenting the facts about Brexit repeats some of the same mistakes Remain supporters made before the 2016 referendum.
It might seem counterintuitive, but what if giving MPs more freedom could stop the rebellion?
Gibraltarians are famously proud to be British. But amid the uncertainty of Brexit, some are having an existential identity crisis.
Supporters and opponents to the withdrawal deal both say national security is under threat – but the truth is that neither side can guarantee anything at this stage.
Independent research estimates that Theresa May's deal could reduce UK GDP per capita by between 1.9% and 5.5% over ten years.
The ongoing Brexit negotiations have provided no certainty or clarity to the industry.