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PM repeats discredited claim "there will be no checks" between NI and GB.
Critics ask why PM wants to drag the UK out of the EU if the terms of its membership are so beneficial.
Around 20 Brexit Party candidates are believed to have pulled out in recent weeks.
'We can’t make a trade deal with the UK,' says US president.
The report estimated the PM's deal would be worse for the economy than continuing with the current indecision and uncertainty
Boris Johnson's Brexit deal will leave the UK £70bn worse off than if it had remained in the EU, a study by the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) has found.
Only 19 per cent of voters believe agreement is good deal – and more hold prime minister responsible for delay than Labour.
Since the summer MPs have been formulating plans under Standing Order 24 to take control of parliament's timetable.
The Labour Party has hit out at leaked plans to diverge from EU workers' rights laws after Brexit.
David Aaronovitch is joined by: Jill Rutter - Senior Research Fellow, UK in a Changing Europe; Rob Ford - Professor of Politics, University of Manchester; Sam Lowe - Senior research fellow, Centre for European Reform; Alison Young - Professor of Public Law, University of Cambridge; Sam McBride - Political editor at The Belfast News Letter
Michael Gove just confirmed to me at @SeneddEAAL that the UK Government has not conducted an economic impact assessment on the effect of the Brexit deal on Holyhead Port. This did not stop him from claiming that the deal would leave Holyhead in "a stronger position than ever".
Boris Johnson was responding to SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford's call to respect the convention that UK legislation which affects Scotland should have Holyrood's consent.
Boris Johnson has said he will give MPs more time to debate his Brexit deal, but only if they agree to a 12 December general election.
Northern Ireland committee members criticise Julian Smith over plans to require paperwork to move goods.
Conservative chiefs sparked a fake news row today by claiming that Boris Johnson’s landmark Brexit deal had already “passed” Parliament.
George Osborne also waded into the row after his newspaper, the Evening Standard, ran a story accusing the Tories of misleading the public.
The Withdrawal Agreement Bill is set to be the first time in the history of devolution that both Scotland and Wales refuse to give consent.
The Labour MPs broke a three-line whip to oppose the motion.
Boris Johnson, his so-called new deal, and the wholesale attack on citizens' rights. For light relief we join four Remainers Now standing in the rain outside the European Commission's headquarters and hear from them why they've made the journey to Brussels and what they want to achieve here. This podcast was brought to you by a large gin and tonic.
Prime Minister loses crucial vote on programme motion that would have paved the way to leave the EU by October 31.
Commons refuses to accept tight timetable for EU exit blueprint to meet Halloween deadline.
'We still have no legally binding guarantee that UK rights will keep pace with EU minimum standards'
Last night the Prime Minister published 115 pages of turgid text he wants MPs to agree in three days. We’ve waded through as much of it as we can – and identified some horrors. But we won’t have caught them all.
People would rather stop Brexit altogether than accept Boris Johnson's plan for Brexit, a new poll reveals.
Firms in Northern Ireland will have to submit declaration forms for goods heading to the rest of the UK, under the government's Brexit deal.