Brendan is a former Conservative Member of the European Parliament, who left the Conservative Party in 1999 in protest against its anti-European policies. Since then, he has stood in the European elections of 1999, 2009 and 2014, always for pro-European parties.
Northern Ireland politicians are making a last-ditch attempt to break a political impasse triggered by Brexit that has stopped the formation of a functioning government in Belfast.
Boris Johnson victory at next election would be ‘disaster’ for Tories and Britain, says former party chair 21/06/2022
Under current PM, government is not Conservative but English Nationalist, says Chris Patten.
‘Like turkeys voting for Christmas’: Brexit-voting farmers set to turn their backs on Johnson 13/06/2022
Voters in Tiverton and Honiton go to the polls next week in what could prove to be one of Johnson's biggest upsets yet.
Anger grows before West Country byelection as farmers say they will be left poorer and unable to compete with foreign producers.
Emmanuel Macron has told French voters to avoid their own Brexit moment ahead of election day.
Cross-party group says government failed to investigate reported attempts to meddle in UK elections.
Andrew Marr has hit out at Boris Johnson for his "ludicrous and offensive" comparison between Ukraine and Brexit, and said it was a calculated comment to "get back to talking about Brexit" in anticipation of upcoming local elections.
Londependence and Rejoin EU will back a single candidate in the upcoming Old Bexley and Sidcup by-election.
From the same people who brought you the 'watertight' plan to rescue Owen Paterson, their latest proposal will reignite the Brexit debate.
"Let's be clear, shortages right across the country, shortages of fruit pickers, shortages of builders, shortages in terms of lorry drivers: all of that is down to Boris Johnson, Michael Gove, Priti Patel, Dominic Raab and the promises they made to the British people," David Lammy said.
German election 2021: Experts say UK ‘off the radar’ as candidates ride on Angela Merkel’s popularity 25/09/2021
The UK has had little influence in Germany’s upcoming election, experts say, after the country ‘shrugged its shoulders and moved on’ from Brexit. / "Germans generally think Brexit is a bit mad, they generally wish that Britain was still in the European Union, but they shrug their shoulders and they’ve moved on."
The Brexit Party has been ordered to pay just over £22,000 after losing a court battle over an unpaid advertising bill incurred during the 2019 general election campaign.
An expected snap election in Northern Ireland would become a mini-poll on post-Brexit trade arrangements.
“This is the first big Remain constituency by-election in England, and I think the dismal ‘embrace Brexit’ mantra may be at least partially to blame," Rejoin EU's leader has said.
Scottish voters are electing a new parliament this week, and again the pro-independence party SNP is expected to win. The vote could lead the way to the disintegration of the United Kingdom.
In Newlyn, anger at red tape and the falling price of fish looks certain to be felt at council polls.
Scottish first minister tells Guardian fresh poll impossible to resist should her party land majority next month
On the first official day of campaigning in the 2021 Scottish Parliament elections, polling expert Sir John Curtice considers the "intense" battle for every vote ahead of polling day on 6 May.
Campaigners who represent EU citizens living in the UK say they are taking stock after losing a High Court fight over the 2019 European Parliament elections.
Conservative Party used disinformation ‘with new level of impunity’ during 2019 general election, report finds 23/08/2020
Researchers warn that tactics could undermine public trust in government messaging amid coronavirus pandemic.
Opinium poll for the Observer also reveals 47% of public think Putin’s government affected UK’s 2019 general election.
Did They Get Brexit Done? - ExplainTrade 20/11/2019
The UK Government has promised that if elected, their deal will “Get Brexit Done and End The Uncertainty.” But does it? If they are elected and their deal is passed, what will the UK know on Brexit day? What will they not know?