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Brexit could cost the UK economy up to 30 times as much as the country hopes to gain back from securing a new trade deal with US President Donald Trump, official figures suggest.
Prime Minister will not abide by political declaration following new election mandate.
EU law expert, Professor Michael Dougan dissects Boris Johnson’s proposed deal to take the UK out of the EU if he is successful in the forthcoming General Election.
What are the legal consequences of leaving the EU for the UK? Those consequences are manifold, but some of the key aspects are set out in the Withdrawal Agreement Act (the ‘new Act’), which Parliament passed in January.
'This is going to hit us in January....customers are really going to see the problems on supermarket shelves'
Hard-fought EU withdrawal legislation now needs only Royal Assent to become law, clearing path for Brexit on 31 January.
A formal division was not required as there were no dissenting votes.
Decision by Northern Ireland’s MLAs will not affect UK’s departure from EU at end of month.
The Northern Ireland Assembly has passed a motion withholding consent for the UK's withdrawal from the European Union.
Peers back three amendments including right of EU citizens to physical proof of right to stay in UK.
The Stormont assembly has joined the Scottish parliament and Welsh assembly in rejecting Boris Johnson's Brexit deal.
Peers expected to attempt to amend bill as it passes through Lords.
MSPs voted to reject the UK Bill by votes to 92 votes to 29.
It will recommend Holyrood does not consent to the UK Government's Withdrawal Agreement Bill.
Theresa May’s former chief of staff attacked Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal as being “bad for our Union and for our economy” in the House of Lords.
North’s economy will be closer to Republic’s in terms of rules, regulations and practices.
"The first week of Johnson’s new administration has seen both speculation about, and the beginning of some answers to, how he intends to undertake Brexit. The outrageousness of that situation shouldn’t pass without comment."
Problems with Home Office settlement scheme have raised concerns.
His false claims about the withdrawal agreement reveal an utter lack of interest in Brexit’s consequences for Belfast and Dublin.
Johnson’s deal splits the UK into two: Northern Ireland will follow EU rules without a say on them, effectively becoming an EU colony. And as for Great Britain.... well, he hasn’t nailed anything down.
British Prime Minister claimed over the weekend such checks would not be necessary.
Boris Johnson's #Brexit deal would require checks on goods travelling from Britain to Northern Ireland, with much more limited checks in the other direction, says Ireland's Deputy PM @simoncoveney.
DUP says deal will put a border down the Irish sea and threaten the union with Britain.