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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 has made little progress on new infrastructure needed for checks Boris Johnson signed up to.
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.
Tory rebel defends amendment that would prevent Commons shutdown for no-deal Brexit.
Theresa May is to warn her potential successors that a no-deal Brexit threatens the UK’s future, in her final speech in Scotland as prime minister.
The EU, as a single market entity, has been India’s largest trading partner for the past several years. / "In November 2016 ... Theresa May made a quick visit to India, hoping to get the negotiations off the ground. However, she was given short shrift in India, which clearly did not see any reason to get into bed with the UK without first knowing anything about its divorce conditions with the EU."
In March last year, Dominic Cummings, former Campaign Director of Vote Leave, warned that after Brexit happens “we’ll be coming for the ECHR… and we’ll win that by more than 52-48…” For anyone who has paid attention to the public debate over the Human Rights Act (HRA) and European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) in the past decade, those were chilling words.
Theresa May will seek to thwart Boris Johnson’s willingness to pull the UK out of the European Union without a deal from the backbenches.
London (CNN)Three turbulent years after 17 million British people voted to leave the European Union, Brexit has grown from a quaint word to an ugly cloud hanging over the nation.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May stepped down as Tory leader. The Brexit Party came up short in the Peterborough by-election. US President Donald Trump visited three countries. RTÉ Europe Editor Tony Connelly, London Correspondent Fiona Mitchell and Deputy Foreign Editor Colm Ó Mongáin look at a busy (but surprisingly calm) week.
Donations to the Conservative Party have plummeted amid anger at Theresa May's leadership and the government's handling of Brexit, new figures have revealed.
The UK Prime Minister announced that she is to step down on June 7. How did the long goodbye unfold? Who will come next? And what will it mean for Brexit?
Richard Porritt, Steve Anglesey and Geri Scott ponder another chaotic week in Brexit. The team tackle the PM's worst week yet and ask the big question of the day: Will Nigel Farage make it to space in a Tesla? Meanwhile Geri brings all the milkshake lobbers to the yard and demands: "Stop throwing drinks!" And, of course, another Brexiteer of the Week is crowned.
Almost within minutes of launching her ‘bold new offer to MPs’, in the form of the revised Withdrawal Agreement Bill, last Tuesday it was clear that it had failed and that Theresa May was finished. The only question was when, and now we know the answer. She will resign as Party leader on 7 June.
Theresa May has said she will quit as Conservative leader on 7 June, paving the way for a contest to decide a new prime minister.