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'...it is a good time to take stock of the Gibraltar strand of Brexit and how that intertwines with the Brexit saga and, ultimately, to the extent that it does represent a certain kind of completion, a good time to take stock of Brexit itself.'
Brexit-supporting media outlets are having a tough time trying to wrap their heads around visa restrictions in France which are forcing some Brits to sell up and leave the country.
The Daily Express is shocked that the EU has decided to build better infrastructure only in countries which are members of the EU. / The pro-Brexit Daily Express is being brutally mocked after complaining about the fact that the UK is being left out of an EU rail project scheme, designed to connect more major cities across the continent.
The commercial departments of Brexit-supporting newspapers know the damage being caused to the UK economy, and newspaper advertising revenues, by Brexit. Their editorial colleagues continue to support it anyway.
The scale of the disaster it helped to create is becoming clearer, but this cheerleading newspaper remains upbeat.
Seven years since the referendum, how have the “promises” made by the most prominent Brexiteers panned out? Here’s a rundown of the 10 most spectacular untruths.
Two thirds of the Brexiters’ Bible’s readers admit that leaving the EU has gone pear-shaped – but not for the same reasons as the rest of us... / Just last week another shoe dropped with the publication of a poll in the Brexiters’ Bible, previously known as the Daily Express, which declared that two thirds of its own readership now consider Brexit to be a “failure”.
The UK’s most-read national newspaper titles have shown a strong bias favouring Brexit, Press Gazette analysis of the final month of campaigning shows.
Just days before unveiling long-awaited proposals for the EU's budget until 2020, the European Commission has published a collection of facts on how Europe is financed, in a move apparently aimed at countering stereotypes conveyed by the Eurosceptic British press that it is over-sized and unaccountable.
Iain Overton examines the lack of consequences for the Brexiters that promised us sunny uplands.
"There’s a difference between what’s best for me and what’s best for the country", one Leave-voter desperate to abandon ship said. / The Daily Express was given a rude awakening to the realities of Brexit after data revealed Leave-voting Brits are applying for Irish passports.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has published a list of nine ‘Brexit opportunities’. It’s both pitiful and dangerous.
The newspaper that once proudly announced it "secured Brexit with a trailblazing 28-year EU crusade" is being made to eat some (very expensive) humble pie.
Biden is just "not interested", the paper reports, with one trade expert saying the EU is more aligned with his priorities.
The Daily Express has sparked hundreds of reactions after claiming Boris Johnson will ‘unleash the benefits of Brexit’.
“So a right wing tabloid newspaper has completely misrepresented the truth? Welcome to our world for the last 30 years. It's how Brexit happened," a communications professor has said.
The Express has repeated a misleading claim about Britain’s trade deals, despite having already amended a previous article which made the same claim, after being approached by Full Fact.
"UK trade has shrunk since Brexit while EU thrives," the paper reports.
The newspaper claimed that new deals struck in the aftermath of the UK's split with the EU are worth an eye-watering £766 billion.
This £766 billion figure refers to the total value of trade between the UK and countries it has agreed trade deals with—not the value that they add. Most of these deals were rolled over from when the UK was an EU member.
Brexit Britain and Boris Johnson have been dealt a “crushing blow”, according to The Express, after a new bombshell poll revealed more than half of UK adults would vote to rejoin the European Union if another referendum was to take place.
As crises mount, the polls show voters turning at last. But the national newspapers that backed Leave – even the two now edited by Remainers – continue to pretend there is nothing wrong.
'Hang on we were told the UK was first in line for a trade deal,' wrote one Twitter user.
The government and its supporters are beginning to claim 'benefits' of being outside the European Union some of which were always available to EU member states or, in other cases, are not benefits at all.