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The National Rejoin March 2 attracted remarkable coverage from world media - unlike UK mainstream media. One of Spain’s leading papers carried this insightful on-site report by its London correspondent
Anti-Brexit campaigner Gina Miller was told a bank account for her political party would close without explanation.
Prominant Remainer Gina Miller explains what would need to happen for Britain to reverse Brexit and return to the bloc.
Almost 50% decline shows need for veterinary deal to ease ‘red tape mountain’, says Labour.
Gina Miller, who challenged the government’s Brexit plans in the Supreme Court, claimed Mr Raab abused her while the pair shared a lift after appearing on the BBC’s Today show in 2016.
Dominic Raab is facing fresh allegations of bullying amid claims that he launched an “abusive attack” on a prominent anti-Brexit activist.
Former EU court lawyers warn that the ongoing row damages UK’s reputation as a negotiating partner.
Miller's new party, True and Fair, will aim to "hold the government to account" and move beyond the "politics of incompetence".
David Davis, the former Brexit Secretary, has admitted he privately agreed with campaigner Gina Miller taking the government, of which he was a part at the time, to court over Article 50.
Anti-Brexit campaigners used judicial review to fight prorogation of parliament – but campaigners warn reform will hurt the most vulnerable.
Court battle to give parliament more say over departure from EU was won using legal process.
No 10 to target judicial reviews brought ‘for political motives’ to ‘restore trust’ – but a leading critic fears ‘a monstrous attack on the courts’.
Prime minister intends to ‘change the scope of the royal prerogative and become a dictator’ campaigner Gina Miller suggests.
Police are investigating a crowdfunding page which advocated killing anti-Brexit campaigner Gina Miller.
Businesswoman says she was called ‘traitor’ after prorogation ruling.
A legal challenge over Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament has been rejected in the High Court.
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson will suspend Parliament for more than a month before Brexit, enraging opponents and raising the stakes in the country's most serious political crisis in decades.
Neurologist David Nicholl helped draft Operation Yellowhammer document on medicine shortages - but Commons leader accuses him of incompetence.
Leaked No-deal Brexit planning documents from Operation Yellowhammer warn of the likely impact on the UK - not the worst case scenario, and have been likened to 'wartime' in peacetime by the Lib Dems
Boris Johnson has been warned he could trigger the “gravest” constitutional crisis since Charles I if he refused to resign after losing a vote of no confidence, as a prominent businesswoman threatened a judicial review.
Legal campaigner Gina Miller said on Sunday any attempt to suspend Britain’s parliament in order to push through a no-deal Brexit would be unlawful, announcing her intention to challenge such a move in court if necessary.
Any future attempt by a Boris Johnson-led Government to “bypass” Parliament to pursue a no-deal Brexit “would be beyond a prime minister’s powers”, campaigner Gina Miller has said.
Activist is reassembling team of top barristers to stop parliament being shut down to push through Brexit against wishes of MPs.