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Seven years since the referendum, how have the “promises” made by the most prominent Brexiteers panned out? Here’s a rundown of the 10 most spectacular untruths.
MPs will get a vote next Wednesday on the Stormont brake aspect of Rishi Sunak's Windsor Framework, which was agreed with the EU last month in a bid to undo the worst excesses of Boris Johnson's deal,
Rishi Sunak has been warned that some of his ministers may resign over his post-Brexit deal with the EU if it jeopardises Northern Ireland’s place in the union.
Ex-Foreign Office minister says plotters will ‘push party into oblivion’.
Lord Moylan has claimed Vote Leave never claimed Turkey was imminently going to join the EU.
Ahead of another vote in the Tory leadership race, former chancellor Rishi Sunak pledges to get rid of those pesky EU regulations and unleash Britain’s potential. Where have we heard that before?
Penny Mordaunt has repeated her notorious false claim that the UK was unable to stop Turkey joining the EU – insisting the veto would not have been used.
Huw Edwards praised the interview, saying it is a fact that the UK *did* have a veto and Turkey's hopes of joining the EU are "more remote than ever".
PORTSMOUTH’S newly built £25m, two-acre border control post has been dubbed a ‘white elephant’ by port bosses following an ‘appalling’ government U-turn.
Labour's Nick Thomas-Symonds said the move was a “sorry indication of the lack of progress" the government has made on the US trade deal.
‘I want to awaken you to an opportunity’, Penny Mordaunt tells US audience – after Joe Biden slammed the brakes on talks.
"This is now the third Asia-Pacific agreement in a row where more than 80 per cent of the projected growth in trade has gone to exporters in those other countries," she said.
"Our approach is going to be achingly pragmatic," the Cabinet Office minister said.
But consumers may not be given information about US meat.
Ministers’ letter confirms border control posts at ports of Belfast, Warrenpoint and Larne.
The UK position 14 months ago is in sharp contrast to the flat rejection of an EU office in Belfast under Boris Johnson's government.
UK refuses request from Brussels for Northern Ireland presence for second time.
Former foreign secretary backs controversial call for a huge de-facto cut in overseas aid spending.
Tory report says DfID could be folded into Foreign Office and aid spending redefined.