Civil libertarian and Brexiteer David Davis has sounded the alarm over the govt awarding itself wide-ranging powers to fight coronavirus.
Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, urged bosses not to lay off workers in sectors largely closed down by the Chinese coronavirus outbreak sector, vowing to fund 80 per cent of workers’ pay if they put them on furlough instead.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that there will be no extension of the Brexit transition period because of disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator has self-isolated after being diagnosed with the Chinese coronavirus, making the chances of the presently suspended Brexit negotiations continuing in the near future more remote.
Civil servants speaking to the establishment media have claimed that Boris Johnson’s government is preparing to extend the Brexit transition period beyond December 31st, 2020, due to disruption caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
Foreign secretary Dominic Raab has rejected the suggestion that the UK should delay leaving the transition period because of the coronavirus pandemic.
In-person negotiations between British and EU negotiatiors slated for London next week have been cancelled due to coronavirus concerns.
Michael Gove has said that he has had “indications” from Brussels that concerns over the coronavirus may mean London negotiations scheduled for next week may be delayed.
President Donald Trump is living rent free in the minds of the makers of the latest James Bond film, according to actor Daniel Craig who admits in a recent GQ cover story that Trump and contemporary politics loom large in “No Time to Die.”
A spokesman for Prime Minister Johnson said that the UK has “made up its mind” over what it wants from a post-Brexit trade deal with the EU, the remarks coming after European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said that Britain must choose either close alignment to the EU or lose access to the Single Market.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has said that if the UK wants a trade deal with access to the Single Market, Brexit Britain must stay constrained by EU rules.
Labour leadership contender Keir Starmer would not rule out campaigning for the UK to rejoin the EU in the future.
The Nissan Motor Company has announced that it will be doubling down on its investments in the United Kingdom, bucking predictions by anti-Brexiteers that the British car industry would crumble after Brexit.
Net Zero is going to destroy Boris Johnson’s administration in the way that Brexit destroyed David Cameron’s. None of Boris’s clever advisors and colleagues — not Dom Cummings, not Michael Gove — appears to have understood this yet. But others can see it coming a mile off.
The EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier has said that the UK’s refusal to stay governed by the European Court of Human Rights will have an “immediate and concrete effect” on the kind of deal that Brussels is willing to sign with London.
Jolyon Maugham QC will not be prosecuted for beating a fox to death with a baseball bat in London on Boxing Day whilst wearing his wife’s kimono.
French populist National Rally (RN) Member of the European Parliament Jérôme Rivière stated that he believes the United Kingdom leaving the European Union is akin to the start of the collapse of the former USSR.
International trade secretary Liz Truss has declared at the World Trade Organization that “Britain is back”, vowing to help reform the body.
The European Union now expects the British team to walk out of talks preemptively as a negotiating tactic, as the bloc’s chief negotiator insists he is too smart for Boris Johnson’s tricks.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that a new trade deal with the United States will result in greater choice and cheaper prices for consumers at the supermarket, with a government assessment saying that it will provide a “£3.4 billion boost” to the British economy.
Dame Emma Thompson has quit the home country she once described as “a tiny little cloud-bolted, rainy corner of sort-of Europe, a cake-filled misery-laden grey old island” for Venice, Italy, in the wake of Brexit.
The UK bucked the global trend by being the first nation to reverse the march of liberalism but faces a “profound danger” from woke politics.
Former Conservative Party leader and Cabinet minister Sir Iain Duncan Smith believes the European Union is “panicking” as the “transition” period Brexit negotiations get underway, and that Britain holds “the whip hand”.
The UK has published its negotiation document, placing itself on a clearly divergent path from Brussels on a post-Brexit deal.
Former Brexit secretary David Davis has signalled that good news for Brexiteers lays ahead in the coming trade deal negotiations with the EU.
The UK will not be able to leave the EU in any meaningful sense if it wants a deal, and the EU will punish the UK if it diverges from that.
Nigel Farage said that he fears post-Brexit Britain has swapped one master for another, now being bound by bureaucrats in Beijing instead of Brussels.