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A debate in the UK Parliament on the Overseas Territories heard that the Gibraltar Parliament has not been able to meet on a regular basis, due to the impact of Brexit.
Last night's episode of Newsnight (11 May), left viewers open-mouthed after Alastair Campbell and Victoria Derbyshire seemingly got into a stand-off over Brexit. / “Sorry, you bring these people on, you never challenge them, you let them talk utter rubbish about Brexit and it’s happened on the BBC for year after year after year”, blasted.
“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 a Westminster Hall debate on the impact of Brexit this week, Labour MP Hilary Benn stood up and spat nothing but facts for ten minutes about the utter failure leaving the European Union has been.
The Petitions Committee has scheduled a debate on a petition relating to the impact of the UK's exit from the European Union.
All this past week, Jon Danzig has been posting videos reminding us of the fatal flaws in the Brexit referendum and demonstrating that it was a sham.
The BBC’s Analysis editor Ros Atkins looks at the controversy surrounding the government’s plan to scrap thousands of EU-era laws.
Brexit protester Steve Bray has reacted to police removing his amplifies after his noisy protest outside Parliament. / But the anti-Brexiteer, who has been seen and heard in the background of many TV broadcasts in recent years, vowed he would carry on, despite the "North Korean" law.
Maroš Šefčovič says Brussels will launch fresh legal action against UK over treaty obligations.
The EU referendum was entirely flawed according to criteria set by former Brexit Secretary and ardent Brexiter, David Davis, on how referendums should be “done properly”.
Ed Miliband accused Boris Johnson of seeking to "get Brexit undone" during a widely-praised speech against the controversial UK Internal Market Bill.
Footage has resurfaced of a Tory Brexiteer praising Boris Johnson’s Withdrawal Agreement bill and trying to prevent MPs from scrutinising the document - days after calling for it to be rewritten.
“On Tuesday they’re going to come into Parliament … and then in the next week they are going to be prorogued, or suspended," NBC News reporter Matt McBradley said.
Boris Johnson clashed with members of Parliament over a no-deal Brexit. David Smith of the Guardian explains what happened in Parliament today and what this means for Brexit's future.
Gillian Tett, U.S. managing editor of the Financial Times, talks with Rachel Maddow about how the fight in British Parliament over the U.K. leaving the European Union has tied British politics in knots and challenged the system of democracy itself.
Rachel Maddow shares some highlights from the day in the U.K. Parliament as the impasse over how to resolve Brexit wore on.
In just 24 hours, UK PM Boris Johnson lost three parliamentary voters critical for his Brexit plan. MSNBC Brian Williams looks at where British officials will go from here.
Anti-Brexit activist Steve Bray has been subjected to another attack from a group of 'thugs' while campaigning outside the Houses of Parliament.
"What he was saying was, ‘You do as I say and you won’t be subject to death threats'"
MPs from across the parties gather in the chamber, as one says "parliamentary sovereignty has been upheld".
Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament was unlawful, the Supreme Court has ruled.
'We all have to speak English today here because we are representing not only the European people, but also the British people'