Tariffs on exports to the EU would force car maker to move production elsewhere, says.
‘Efficiency and effectiveness’ at risk as terror threat raised and crime becomes increasingly transnational.
Government Suffers Fourth Defeat On Post-Brexit Child Refugees' Rights – But Still Won't Budge 21/10/2020
"The only winners if we remove legal routes to safety for refugee children trying to reach family here are the criminals and the traffickers," says Lord Dubs.
“What?!” - former prime minister is dumbfounded as her old nemesis suggests Brexit will help “intensify” the UK’s security. / Theresa May has ridiculed Michael Gove’s claim that Brexit could give intelligence and law enforcement services the power to “intensify” the security they provide for the UK.
Chris and Garvan Walshe catch up on how they handled lockdown, what to expect next, and what has changed since they last recorded the podcast together, in November 2018. Just as it did two years ago, the Northern Ireland backstop features heavily in Lie of the Week. Also, will the Conservative Party have the good sense to ditch its current leader?
Former attorney general lashes out as Tory rebellion gathers pace.
"Lots of requests for a step-by-step explanation of Johnson's plans to breach Protocol on Irish border. No problem." - Michael Dougan 13/09/2020
Lots of requests for a step-by-step explanation of Johnson's plans to breach Protocol on Irish border. / No problem. And by the end, you'll understand why this man is totally unfit to hold public office.
Boris Johnson is planning to opt out of parts of the Human Rights Act, according to reports.
Johnson’s 'unbelievable' Brexit withdrawal agreement decision will be defeated in House of Lords, Lord Heseltine says 09/09/2020
European Commssion demands urgent meeting, as John Major warns of risk to UK’s reputation.
Critics are in U.K. prime minister’s own Conservative party. / Top government lawyer quits as Brexit spooks markets again.
Government ignored legal advice over proposed withdrawal agreement changes.
Minister admits changes to Brexit deal would break international law - Channel 4 News [15 mins] 08/09/2020
The Northern Ireland secretary admitted that the Government was intending to break international law - specifically the EU Withdrawal Agreement, which sets out how Britain and the EU would agree new rules on trade between Britain and Northern Ireland.
A government minister has said a new bill to amend the UK's Brexit deal with the EU will "break international law".
Hardline European Research Group branded ‘a corruption of Conservatism’ by senior Tory MP 06/08/2020
Organisation which drove UK to a hard Brexit made up of ‘climate change deniers’ and ‘Trump sympathisers’, new book is told.
This real-life experience of a small West Yorkshire company, before and after the creation of the single market, provides an insight into our imminent future in the event that we leave the EU without a worthwhile trading deal.
Angela Merkel has warned Britons will have to “live with the consequences” of Boris Johnson rejecting Theresa May’s plan to continue close economic ties with Brussels after Brexit.
I WAS struck last week how little notice was paid to the fourth anniversary of the Brexit referendum which took place last Tuesday.
Inquiry into Whitehall’s Brexit role says prime ministers failed to protect officials.
Government now rejecting EU oversight of implementing Northern Ireland agreement.
UK must ‘immediately’ start building new customs posts for Northern Ireland trade checks, EU says 01/05/2020
UK has made little progress on new infrastructure needed for checks Boris Johnson signed up to.
UK's ability to track suspected terrorists and major criminals is at risk because of Brexit, Raab admits 03/02/2020
Access to vital EU crime-fighting databases could be lost, MPs told – after Theresa May warns they ‘keep us safe’.
Boris Johnson’s claims he will get Brexit done are “diplomatic amateurism” and his deal will be even harder to achieve than Theresa May’s, a former ambassador to the EU has warned.
Critics say No 10 move to quit bloc’s institutional structures leaves UK blindsided. / British diplomats will pull out from the EU’s institutional structures of power in Brussels within days, under plans being drawn up by Downing Street.
The hostility shown to the EU contrasts with the fawning attitude towards the US and fails to recognise the disparity in economic power.