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The former UKIPer said Brexit 2.0 would be getting Britain out of the European Court of Human Rights... like Russia.
Thanks to Brexit, sterling is becoming a risky bet for some investors.
The development of Brexit from a fringe movement into a dominant political project coincided chronologically not only with a long period of patient and sustained campaigning and lobbying, and with a lucky sequence of favourable shifts of circumstance and forces, but also with the internal development of one key external force, the politics and ideology of the Putin regime.
Nigel Farage has been roasted after complaining Brexit isn't working out how he wanted it to.
Reminders of how Brexit Party MEPs voted in crackdowns on Russian propaganda have been making the rounds on social media as the war in Ukraine intensifies.
A small group of rightwing MPs are jangling Tory nerves and using questions about living costs to undermine climate action.
eter Jukes tracks Putin’s long war against democracy and the West – and the Russian President’s allies in Britain’s pro-Brexit establishment.
In other news, a Brexit campaign he backs put a BBC editor's mobile number online and told people to call him.
Labour MP alleges Elizabeth Denham was warned by counter-terrorism officers and that ‘her office had to be swept’.
Six years on, it seems Europe still hasn’t got the memo. For that matter, neither has Britain. The United Kingdom, rather than leaping boldly into a brave new future, is imploding. Europe, meanwhile, seems to have found a new sense of purpose.
Why is the BBC giving so much time to hardline Brexiteers, asks journalist Raymond Snoddy.
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.
Nigel Farage was firmly put in his place after he shared his frustration about the current fuel crisis in the UK on Thursday.
It’s taken a few months to come into perspective but the true cost of Brexit is starting to rear its head and it’s not looking pretty.
"Do not blame Brussels for our own country's mistakes and do not be angry at us for telling you the truth. Be angry at the chancers who sold you a lie," he said.
In a video from 2019, Farage says passionately that the food shortages threat is "Project Fear" and "should be utterly, completely, totally, disregarded.”
But no matter how startled we were at the time, it turned out to be far worse than we feared. That’s not just because of the disruption, constitutional calamity, or countless personal tragedies it would entail. It was because of what it did to our politics.
Five years ago Wednesday, Britons voted in a referendum that was meant to bring certainty to the U.K.’s unsettled relationship with its European neighbors, but it most certainly did not
As part of our special edition looking at five years since the EU referendum, Alastair Campbell looks at the silence of the Leavers.
Police raid of Dean Morrice’s home found stockpile of chemicals and cache of terrorism manuals.
Memoirs of negotiations show how Brussels lost trust in Downing Street team.
Exclusion from Norwegian seas could be ‘nail in coffin’ for distant-water fleet.
Get Brexit Done’ has unravelled in a spectacular fashion; a significant knock to the economy, removal of rights and freedoms, more red tape for business and – the most heart-breaking of all – trouble has returned to Northern Ireland. The obvious answer to this foreseeable problem is for the UK to be part of the single market and customs union.
Nigel Farage has been labelled a “liar” after he called on the UK to “scrap the EU Human Rights Act” – even though no such legislation exists.