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‘Our departure from the European Union necessitates a re-thinking of the British state’. / Jacob Rees-Mogg has urged the next prime minister to slash back the government’s role as a prize of Brexit, suggesting it should not “deliver certain functions at all”.
An Oxford MP has slammed Boris Johnson’s trade deal with Europe as “botched”, stating it has sold many industries “down the river”.
The Liberal Democrats are to set out a roadmap for Britain to rejoin the European Union single market – reversing the most damaging parts of Brexit. / The proposed policy would ultimately reinstate free movement and trade.
Ahead of a crucial vote on Europe at the Lib Dem's spring conference, LAYLA MORAN outlines the party's position on Brexit.
Emergency traffic measures to last until ‘end of October 2021’ – with a giant lorry park to hold 2,000 goods vehicles.
Businesses face 400 million extra customs declarations a year at a cost up as much as £20 billion under government plans.
'This is all so pointless. We are creating a vast customs bureaucracy, with costs passed on to the consumer'
Consumer groups and Lib Dem MP Layla Moran call on chains to follow Waitrose's lead ahead of US-UK trade deal.
United opposition would ‘send a powerful message to our European friends,’ says MP Ian Blackford — as ministers insist there’s no reason to change timetable.
Downing Street has blamed an administrative error for the UK's failure to sign up to an emergency EU scheme to help procure vital medical equipment to fight coronavirus.
Government clarifies position after critics accuse Boris Johnson of putting ‘Brexit over breathing’.
Participation in the scheme is seen as a test of the prime minister's pragmatism on Brexit and Covid-19.
The government is pressing ahead with its plans for a 'festival of Brexit', despite calls for the plan to be shelved, in fear it will alienate Remain supporters.
Ezgi and Arthur Vissing say BA ‘puzzled’ by system as couple struggled to return from Turkey. / The first flaws in the new immigration scheme for EU citizens who want to remain in the UK after Brexit have been exposed after a couple who live in Oxford were blocked from getting a flight back from Turkey to the UK.
The flaming wreckage of The Deal is all around us (yet again) but what happens next? Can Theresa May salvage anything from her plans and career? Is there enough turd polish around to give the Deal another go-round? What even is Malthouse 2.0? And is it democratically necessary to give the people the option to vote for catastrophe?
He was called "disgraceful" after bellowing "from the grave" at a fellow MP as she spoke in the Commons.