While claims suggest Prime Minister Boris Johnson has made major concessions to the European Union in his blind pursuit of a Brexit deal, top European figures have warned a Brexit delay is inevitable.
The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has said it is still “possible” to agree on an exit agreement “this week”.
Far-left Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn used his response to the Queen’s Speech in the House of Commons to praise the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) he once fiercely opposed, particularly when it was used against Julian Assange.
Just one in seven Britons trust parliament to make the right decisions on Brexit, according to a poll.
Members of loyalist paramilitary groups in Northern Ireland have threatened action if Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal devalues the status of Northern Ireland in the United Kingdom.
Tory rebels and Remainers in the opposition are reportedly preparing to resurrect Theresa May’s unpopular Brexit treaty for the fourth time.
The United Kindom Parliament is reopening Monday after a short suspension, the new session being commenced with colourful traditional ceremonies and a speech by the monarch.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to propose a final effort Brexit deal to EU leaders this week, or accept a “no-deal” exit on the October 31st.
Because alternative media is able to counter Snopes’ lies with truth, these sore losers are going to resort to shameless and subjective acts of emotional blackmail.
A Liberal Democrat candidate has compared Brexit to Nazi Germany in the latest embarrassment for the pro-EU party.
Mainstream media outlets are ablaze with the “news” that the European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has been given the green light for so-called “tunnel” negotiations with their British counterparts.
The Conservatives will only win a majority in the House of Commons at the next election if Boris Johnson delivers Brexit on October 31st.
President Erdogan of Turkey and Hezbollah politicians in Lebanon are threatening the EU to submit or watch as their countries “open the gates” for millions of illegal migrants.
Nigel Farage has branded a Liberal Democrat MEP a “patronising, stuck-up snob” after she said Leavers “didn’t know what they were voting on” in the 2016 referendum.
After years of remain plotting to prevent Britain from fully leaving the European Union, Brexit leader Nigel Farage has expressed renewed optimism for the direction of both the governing Conservatives and Brexit itself, but the comments came as the Prime Minister moved to extinguish such hopes.
The European Union is giving the appearance of inciting Remain MPs to act against the British government by suggesting it will only allow the Brexit extension they desire if it is used to re-run the 2016 referendum or hold another general election.
Progressive-liberal MEP Guy Verhofstadt has accused Prime Minister Boris Johnson and fellow Tory Brexiteers of being the “real traitors”.
The leaders of Britain and Ireland are meeting in an attempt to find common ground for an elusive Brexit deal, with just three weeks until the U.K. is set to leave the European Union.
Tony Blair has blamed weak leadership in the Labour Party for making a clean-break Brexit a possibility.
Canadian Liberal leader Justin Trudeau has labelled those who support the UK leaving the EU as “alt-right” in a new attack against his Conservative Party rival.
The Brexit Party is trusted more than any other party or politician to be on the side of the British public.
The new President of the European Parliament confirmed he has entered into talks with his British counterpart Speaker John Bercow on how to prevent the UK fully leaving the European Union, a move which has outraged prominent Brexiteers.
A poll shows a plurality of Britons want Prime Minister Boris Johnson to deliver Brexit on October 31st without a deal if the EU does not agree to new exit proposals.
The EU’s incoming security chief has said the bloc needs a standing army of 60,000 soldiers that Brussels can deploy around the world.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has just gifted the United Kingdom a No Deal Brexit. (Thank you, Mutti!) Heaven knows whether this is what Merkel intended to do when she let it be known that a Brexit deal is ‘overwhelmingly unlikely’. But this,
A Downing Street source has revealed that German Chancellor Angela Merkel told Prime Minister Boris Johnson that a new exit treaty is “overwhelmingly unlikely”.
A Number 10 source has said that even if there is a delay or a general election, there will be a no-deal, clean-break Brexit.