London’s left-wing mayor Sadiq Khan has said the Labour Party should back revoking Article 50, cancelling Brexit.
Brexit secretary Stephen Barclay has suggested that the transition period — when the UK is still closely aligned to the EU after Brexit Day — could last until 2022, six years after the vote to Leave.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has pledged ahead of a crunch meeting with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker that the UK will leave the EU on October 31st — “deal or no deal”.
The French minister for Europe says EU countries are ready to discuss new proposals from Britain for a new Brexit deal if they protect Northern Ireland’s peace deal and the bloc’s common market.
Guy Verhofstadt, the European Parliament’s representative in the Brexit talks, was cheered at the Liberal Democrats party conference as he hailed the end of the age of nation-states, and a new “world order” of “empires”.
The High Court of Northern Ireland has ruled that a no-deal Brexit would not breach the Good Friday Agreement, which supports the peace process in the British province.
Historian and broadcaster Dr David Starkey CBE has slammed Remain MPs for the “absurd contradiction” of asserting parliamentary sovereignty in order to deny national sovereignty.
A new study shows Leave-voting Labour voters are considering switching their support to Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party, and not Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party — lending weight to calls for the Tory leader do an election deal with Farage to secure Britain’s exit from the European Union.
Former prime minister David Cameron has emerged from hiding to say MPs should not “rule out” making the British people vote on Brexit again — but in 2015 he promised the first vote would be “final”, and that “There will not be another renegotiation and another referendum.”
Former Prime Minister David Cameron has said that a second Brexit referendum cannot be ruled out, and opposed Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend parliament.
The Metropolitan Police have concluded that allegations of criminality by the Leave.EU campaign during the European Union referendum do not meet “the criminal standard of proof” and the force will be taking “no further action” against it.
Boris Johnson is due to meet with European Commission President Jean Claude Juncker and European Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier Monday, as he seeks to extract himself from his Brexit bind by arranging a new deal with the bloc for the October 31st departure date.
The Speaker of the House of Commons has claimed it would be the same as “robbing a bank” if Boris Johnson declined to ask the European Union to delay Brexit again — but suggested he would be more than willing to break all the rules himself to stop Britain from leaving the EU unless it is “blessed by the House”.
Chairman of the European Research Group (ERG) Steve Baker has called on the prime minister to reverse his rejection of an election pact with Nigel Farage, with other Tory Spartans saying the agreement is needed to win Brexit-supporting seats in Labour heartlands.
Left-wing Hollywood filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola is “embarrassed” by Boris Johnson’s love for his bloody 1972 Oscar-winning film The Godfather, comparing the UK prime minister to Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein and Libya’s Muammar Gaddafi.
A legal dispute over the suspension of Parliament by the government this week has raised the prospect that Prime Minister Boris Johnson may have lied to the Queen, a claim which he strongly denies.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said that Brexit will result in the European Union having an “economic competitor at our door” and that the bloc would be weaker for Britain’s exit.
Do you hear that sound – so quiet it’s almost deafening? That’s the sound of 17.4 million fucks not being given about the Remoaners’ latest fake news scare story, codenamed Yellowhammer.
Nigel Farage has criticised the government’s worst-case-scenario projections of the immediate aftermath of a no deal Brexit as “utter tosh” and “Project Fear mark II”.
The British government has released the much-discussed ‘Yellowhammer’ documents, but refused to hand over the private messages of civil servants in response to demands made by Parliament over Brexit.
Sources have claimed that Tony Blair and former Cabinet minister Peter Mandelson, dubbed the ‘Prince of Darkness’, have been the “puppet masters” behind parliamentary attempts to stop Brexit, including the recent bill blocking no deal.
A spokesman for the government has called Nigel Farage a “not fit and proper” person who shouldn’t be allowed near government, rebuking in the strongest terms the offer of an electoral pact given by the Brexit leader in recent weeks.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has allegedly ruled out a general election pact with Nigel Farage’s The Brexit Party. Furthermore, a ‘senior Tory source’ has poured scorn on both Farage and his friend and occasional donor Arron Banks, describing them as ‘not fit and proper’.
‘MPs for a Deal’ have said they will attempt to bring back a version of Theresa May’s Brexit deal by Halloween, including a vote on whether to hold a second referendum.
A Scottish judge ruled Wednesday that the government suspending Parliament for five weeks until mid-October is illegal, leading to Downing Street questioning the impartiality of the ruling judge, and Scottish politicians in turn accusing the government of acting dictatorially.
The United Kingdom faces another humiliating symbol of its political class having failed — by accident or design — to deliver the Brexit decision made by the British people in 2016 as it faces being forced to nominate a new European Commissioner.
A majority of Britons back the 2016 EU referendum result being respected and Brexit being delivered, whilst a plurality want the Conservatives to agree an election pact with Nigel Farage’s party to secure a strong parliamentary majority for a no deal exit.