Boris Johnson says the government is “working together” and that he will not be resigning after criticism of his intervention on Brexit. The foreign secretary has been accused of undermining Theresa May with a 4,000-word article setting out his own post-EU vision. But he told journalists the government was “a nest of singing birds”. Ex-chancellor Ken Clarke accused Mr Johnson of making a pitch for a future Tory leadership election. (BBC)

A sharp fall in migrant workers coming to Britain as a consequence of Brexit could push up wages and cause a spike in inflation in the short term, according to the governor of the Bank of England. Mark Carney was setting out his view on inflation days after the Bank’s rate-setting panel indicated it could raise interest rates for the first time in a decade. (The Guardian)

The Scottish and Welsh governments have published proposals for changing the legislation that will take the UK out of the EU. Nicola Sturgeon and Carwyn Jones claim the EU Withdrawal Bill is a “power grab” of devolved responsibilities. But in a letter to the prime minister, the two first ministers said their amendments would allow the bill to “work with, not against, devolution”. UK ministers deny that they are planning a power grab. (BBC)

Theresa May’s trip to Florence this Friday will make for some nice images, but the beauty of Tuscany will hardly be enough to soothe her Brexit woes. The British prime minister will need more than a Baedeker to find a way of convincing Europeans that Britain is leaving the EU but not Europe and that it is realistic about the process. (The Guardian)