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I look back to 1973 as the post-war year when Britain accepted the loss of its empire and chose a new European destiny.
"Public opinion has already moved", the former deputy prime minister said.
Michael Heseltine says Brexit will be ’high on the agenda’ if Liz Truss loses general election.
Michael Heseltine says Brexit will be ’high on the agenda’ if Liz Truss loses general election. / The Tories will never win back younger voters as an anti-Europe and populist party, former cabinet ministers have warned – as they called for trade links with EU to be rebuilt.
When the most anti-EU newspapers are pointing to the policy’s inevitable failures, it’s time our government admitted the truth.
There is an air of desperation in attacks from those on the right and their supporters in the press. They fear if Johnson falls, the Brexit deception will crumble too.
Two years since Britain left the EU, Brexit is still very much at the top of the news agenda with lorry queues lengthening at Dover as exporting firms struggle with red tape.
The Tory peer thinks public "anger" could trigger another vote on the UK's membership in the EU.
Boris Johnson’s removal from Downing Street would be an opportunity to reconsider Brexit, Conservative grandee Michael Heseltine has said.
Shortages in the labour market, along with the vacancies in the health service, hospitality industry and agriculture, are the living evidence of this self-inflicted act
Michael Heseltine tells an audience in Nottingham tonight that they should they should never give up trying restore Britain's position in the European corridors of power...and says it's the young generation who will push for a reversal of Brexit.
Former deputy prime minister says we ‘must restore Britain’s position in the corridors of European power’.
Across the world, there is incomprehension at what we have done to ourselves.
Five years on from the Brexit referendum people are still more likely to define themselves by which side they backed in 2016 rather than their party political allegiances, according to a Yorkshire academic.
The personal and human relationships between us and our continental neighbours are priceless, writes Michael Heseltine, yet every abusive headline echoes across the channel.
Tory grandee Lord Heseltine has called for pro-Europeans to “fight back” and battle to rejoin the EU.
The former deputy leader of the Conservatives insists that despite the UK leaving the EU, he will push for Britain to rejoin.
Tory grandee Lord Heseltine has called on MPs and peers to abstain when voting on Boris Johnson’s Brexit trade deal with the European Union, which he warned will inflict “lasting damage” on the UK.
Britain's decision to leave the EU has seriously undermined the peace efforts in Europe, a former Tory politician has claimed.
Lord Heseltine, who wrote a report called Empowering English Cities in 2019, told Econ Film’s CoronaNomics show that the picture is “infinitely depressing”.
European Commssion demands urgent meeting, as John Major warns of risk to UK’s reputation.
Lord Heseltine delivered the 2018 Hadyn Ellis Lecture at Cardiff University on the 28th November 2018. His subject? What else but Brexit, which he explores in his own inimitable style.