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Political leaders have paid tribute to former European Commission President Jacques Delors, who has died aged 98. / Serving from 1985 to 1995, Delors helped create the single market allowing the free movement of people, goods and services around the bloc. / He also laid the groundwork for the single European currency, the euro.
Home Secretary Theresa May has been criticised for claiming that an illegal immigrant avoided deportation because of his pet cat. / Her Cabinet colleague Ken Clarke said he had been "surprised" by the claim and could not believe it was true. / And human rights campaigners said Mrs May should get "her facts straight".
The drumbeats get louder as the call of the wild pulses through the blood of the Conservative party again. The front page of the Telegraph on Thursday splashes, “Cabinet call on PM to ditch ECHR”. On their headcount, a third of the British cabinet want to join Russia and Belarus as pariah states outside the European convention on human rights.
BRITAIN can rest easy. The country’s bananas are safe and will not be subject to “malformation or abnormal curvature” following the UK Government’s decision to abandon throwing 4,000 pieces of EU law onto the Brexit bonfire by the year’s end.
Ministers have refused to rule out scrapping EU regulations that protect swimmers and wildlife.
Advancing the Northern Ireland Protocol Bill through Parliament is "poisoning the whole relationship" behind UK-EU negotiations, Lord Clarke has said.
EU withdrawal fuelling higher import costs and costing British workers nearly £500 a year, says Resolution Foundation.
5.2% GDP shortfall ‘mostly’ down to Britain’s exit from EU, according to top think tank.
A caller into James O’Brien’s LBC radio show who said he was Tory voter brought listeners to tears after he revealed when things changed for him on Brexit.
Amid withering criticism of project from likes of Ken Clarke, MoD learns it may not have to pay whole bill.
We spoke to the former Conservative Chancellor, Ken Clarke, about the budget and UK trade post-Brexit.
PM risks major confrontation with Joe Biden by persevering with internal market bill.
Downing Street says it is prepared to overturn any changes to the legislation.
"The argument about sovereignty you and I have been having for 60 years. All treaties require pooling of sovereignty"
'I have to decide whether to vote Conservative if Boris Johnson is still the leader. That's my next problem'
The former Cabinet minister stood for Tory leadership two months ago - but he's one of 21 MPs brutally purged by Boris Johnson over Brexit
“If the choice is between Ken Clarke and Boris Johnson, which is basically where we're at at the moment…”
Jeremy Corbyn is "open to" using legislation to prevent a no-deal Brexit if his plan to overthrow the government in a vote of no confidence fails, the BBC has learned.
Conservative MP Ken Clarke has said he would not reject an offer to become caretaker prime minister if it was "the only way" to stop a no-deal Brexit.
Guto Bebb, an ex-minister, says quitting EU without an agreement would cause "generational" harm.
Rebel MPs are working on a plan to thwart Boris Johnson pursuing a no-deal Brexit on 31 October that involves forcing parliament to sit through the autumn recess, amid growing outrage about the power and influence of his controversial aide, Dominic Cummings.
Trade minister rejected Boris Johnson’s claim exporters would be spared tariffs after no deal
What are the Brexit proposals put forward - and why will they probably be rejected?
The veteran former Chancellor is one of a gang of 12 Tories who could vote no-confidence in a No Deal Brexit government.
'If the new prime minister announces a magical mystery tour towards a 31 October crash-out, I don't think that prime minister is going to survive very long'