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“You bring Brexiters on, you never challenge them. You let them talk utter rubbish about Brexit. Year after year after year.”
The speaker of the House of Commons Sir Lindsey Hoyle lost his temper with Kemi Badenoch when the secretary of state failed to inform the house of the government's U-turn on repealing retained EU laws.
In her address to the IIEA, Professor Anu Bradford of Columbia Law School, explores her seminal work on the “Brussels Effect” about how the European Union plays a powerful role as a global regulatory power, and how this role may evolve in the future in the context of regulatory battles for the digital economy between the EU, US and China.
In the House of Commons, MPs voted against amendments to delay the Retained EU Law Bill. This means that, as it stands, the Retained EU Law Bill will come into effect on December 31st, 2023, jeopardising the standards that keep us safe.
The BBC’s Analysis editor Ros Atkins looks at the controversy surrounding the government’s plan to scrap thousands of EU-era laws.
"If you will do this damn silly thing, don't do it in this damn silly way. This bill will come back to haunt this gov't, in the same way so many other mistakes, harrumphed to the rafters in this House, have."
Lewis Goodall disputes Bruges Group's Robert Oulds after his stance on Brexit contradicts facts.
In this film, senior FT writers and British businesspeople examine how Brexit hit the UK economy, the political conspiracy of silence, and why there has not yet been a convincing case for a 'Brexit dividend'.
Speaking on The Andrew Marr Show, Shadow Secretary of State for Energy Ed Miliband said "it will be disastrous for fisheries to have no deal" and clashed with Marr over the future of the UK's fishing fleet if it remained tied to the single market to get a deal.
What is the single market and why does it matter in talks about Brexit?
A BBC presenter has been praised for his two-and-a-half minute explainer of Brexit - in a clip that some viewers said demonstrates why it "fundamentally won't work".
Why do so many people talk about a 'hard Brexit' and a 'soft Brexit'? And what do they mean?
Whisky is one of the UK’s most important exports. Currently EU regulations require a product labelled 'whisky' or 'whiskey' to be aged for a minimum of three years.
Michel Barnier also accused Boris Johnson’s government of rowing back on commitments made in writing by Britain at the point before exit.
EU chief negotiator responds to PM’s claim that UK will now be free from Brussels regulations.
Number seven in the James O'Brien Top 10 Brexit clips is the astonishing moment a caller said that he voted for Brexit so that we can continue to have three-pin plugs.
The moment a Brexit voter failed spectacularly to name even one EU law he's looking forward to losing once we leave the EU is at number eight in James O'Brien's Brexit chart.