Both the Tories and Labour will be "crucified' by voters if they fail to deliver Brexit, Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said. Speaking at a Wall Street Journal event in London, he said it was in the interests of both parties to resolve the impasse in Parliament. Mr Hunt added that such talks between the government and opposition were a “totally alien thing for the British constitution", and it was "impressive" how long they had lasted.
The foreign secretary says discussions "have actually continued" despite pessimism about their chances of success.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says his country must ensure its data partners were "trusted".
Former defence secretary Gavin Williamson "has a lot to be proud of", says UK foreign secretary.
We need to focus on getting Brexit "over the line", says UK foreign secretary.