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Northern Ireland minister’s proposal comes after PM denied plans for Swiss-style relationship with EU.
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Even after years of division and vitriol, it seems like Britain still needs to talk about Brexit. / More than six years after voting to leave the European Union, the UK is facing a prolonged recession and a deep cost-of-living crisis. Last week’s Autumn Statement heralded years of higher taxes and cuts to public spending.
The hard-Brexit lobbying group, which produces research paid for by taxpayer-funded expenses, appears to be losing support.
The North is facing another toxic, polarising and futile Assembly election.
Brussels is watching the incoming PM’s Cabinet reshuffle for signs on his approach to post-Brexit relations
This Brexit built on lies can't be undone, but the new prime minister has a chance to minimise the damage.
A future leader will need to confront Brexiters in the same way Blair faced down the hard left over clause 4.
"Project Fear is Project Fact". How do Brexit and Truss's economics affect the North East?
Conservative minister Steve Baker has said he is “really sorry” to the EU for “not always behaving” in a way that did not foster trust.
Border Communities Against Brexit have issued a statement on the progression of the Protocol Bill. The campaigning organisation believe that the new UK Prime Minister will override any amendments made in the House of Lords. They also believe that those promoting this Bill need to be honest about the consequences flowing from it, as thousands of jobs are at risk.
With a potential trade war looming, Conservatives are stuck in an ever-more destructive disagreement over what Britain should look like outside the EU.
One senior Tory has told Sky News that planned legislation on the Northern Ireland Protocol is "clearly not in the national interest but is about appeasing the ERG".
Brussels is set to reveal details of action despite ministers’ insistence the the Northern Ireland protocol plans do not break international law.
'I keep hearing my fellow unionists complaining that their anger over the existence of the Northern Ireland Protocol is not being recognised or taken seriously.'
Jacob Rees-Mogg says we should ignore an EU push for speed limiters in cars - but it has the potential to save more lives than seat belts.
We may never know exactly what Conservative MP Chris Heaton-Harris intended to do with the information he tried to obtain on academics who teach about Brexit. But it certainly shouldn’t be treated as “just a polite request for information” as if this were some routine event.
A former British diplomat, who was Boris Johnson's Brexit counsellor in Washington, has spoken of her dismay and anger at his administration’s attitude to the Irish border question when he became Prime Minister in July 2019.
Ex-adviser to PM says flawed Brexit deal was way to ‘whack Corbyn’ and ‘of course’ government can break it.
The six months since the end of the transition period have largely been a ‘tale of woe’ for Britain’s fishing industry, says National Federation of Fishermen’s Organisation
Northern Ireland’s first minister has paid the price for believing the promises of the hard Brexiteers.
Trade has plummeted and red tape has blocked our borders. Is that what ‘protecting our sovereignty’ meant?
Eurosceptic backbenchers disavowed a key part of Boris Johnson's Brexit deal - which they backed - aimed at preventing a hard border on the island of Ireland.
The damaging economic fallout from Boris Johnson’s EU divorce deal has provoked unrest in the Leave camp, with hardline Tory Brexiteers calling on the prime minister to tear up arrangements for Northern Ireland which he negotiated and they backed in parliament.