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Archbishops warn bill could ‘further undermine trust and goodwill’ among home nations.
"Families should be together," says Lord Dubs, who fled the Nazis as a child and led peers' immigration bill revolt.
The U.K.’s most senior Anglican bishops have warned that legislation breaching part of the Brexit divorce agreement the government signed with the European Union will set a “disastrous precedent” and could undermine peace in Northern Ireland.
The European Union has told Britain it should urgently scrap a plan to break their divorce treaty, but Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government refused and pressed ahead with a draft law that could sink four years of Brexit talks.
UK PM Boris Johnson had been wildly happy about his new EU exit deal; then he introduced a law undermining both it, and the last round of trade negotiations. Speaking with two former permanent secretaries of the UK’s EU exit department, Matt Ross asks whether Johnson is applying firm leverage – or deliberately sabotaging the trade talks.
Europe Letter: UK’s reputation diminished as EU capitals digest declaration to break law
Under cover of the pandemic, his inner circle is sidelining elected MPs and pushing through laws with no scrutiny
A top European Union official dealing with the United Kingdom says that a cliff-edge rupture between the two without even a basic trade deal by the end of the year is becoming more likely by the day.
The European Commission has today sent the United Kingdom a letter of formal notice for breaching its obligations under the Withdrawal Agreement. This marks the beginning of a formal infringement process against the United Kingdom. It has one month to reply to today's letter.
British government says it will respond to European Commission letter ‘in due course’.
‘We stand by our commitments’, says president Ursula von der Leyen.
One of Boris Johnson’s most senior law officers has quit in protest at the government’s plans to break international law over Brexit.
Mr Raab goes to Washington, Mr Miliband goes to town on Mr Johnson in another busy, busy Brexit week. Europe Editor Tony Connelly, London Correspondent Seán Whelan and Deputy Foreign Editor Colm Ó Mongáin look at the continuing external waves being made by the Internal Market Bill and go-slow negotiations.
An expert has perfectly demonstrated the hypocrisy surrounding Brexiteer outrage over trade talks between the UK and the EU in just 90 seconds.
Britain’s former ambassador to the European Union Ivan Rogers has predicted that Britain will leave the post-Brexit transition at the end of this year with no deal, describing Boris Johnson as a Trumpite politician who wants the EU to fail.
Ursula von der Leyen says EU will ‘never backtrack’ on withdrawal agreement.
The Prime Minister is now telling us is that his flagship achievement, the deal he told us was a triumph, the deal he said was oven-ready, is actually completely half-baked
Former Attorney General Geoffrey Cox has said he will vote against the government's attempts to override the Brexit withdrawal agreement when it comes before the Commons.
Ed Miliband accused Boris Johnson of seeking to "get Brexit undone" during a widely-praised speech against the controversial UK Internal Market Bill.
The government is facing increasing scrutiny over its decision to use “committed Brexiteer” lawyers to provide advice on the legality of breaching the EU withdrawal agreement.
Strange turn since the Brexit referendum is still bewildering for Europeans.
Internal market bill would endanger future trade deals, says Kim Darroch, the former British ambassador to the US.