This Brexit is a dog’s breakfast of a cock-up of a disaster of a fiasco.
This Brexit is a dog’s breakfast of a cock-up of a disaster of a fiasco.
British Prime Minister Theresa May was engaged in a last-ditch attempt to save her besieged Brexit deal Tuesday, meeting with Dutch leader Mark Rutte and Germany’s Angela Merkel after controversially deferring Tuesday’s planned vote in the UK House of Commons to prevent a near-certain defeat.
EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has suggested Britain could be locked into the bloc as a non-voting member for a further two years from the originally proposed cut-off of December 2020, and apparently has support for the measure from Theresa May’s government.
Two recent polls show the Conservative Party behind Labour as the prime minister says that she will return to Brussels to press ahead with her soft Brexit plan. The Opinium Research poll, conducted November 14th, put the Tories at 36
Dominic Raab has said that the prime minister has allowed the United Kingdom to be “bullied and blackmailed” by Brussels in exit negotiations.
Leading Brexiteer MP Jacob Rees-Mogg has submitted a letter of no confidence in Prime Minister Theresa May to the 1922 Committee, saying that the draft agreement with the European Union “is not Brexit.”
Conservative Party councillors in Kirklees have accused their Labour colleagues of attempting to “dilute” the terms of an inquiry into the Huddersfield grooming gang after 20 mostly Pakistani-Muslim men were jailed for the historic abuse of 15 vulnerable girls. Tory
Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage predicted that any Tory rebels will “melt away” when the time comes to vote on the Prime Minister’s soft Brexit plans in Parliament, leaving the UK struggling with “all issues raise in the referendum” for another ten years.
The Prime Minister has survived a showdown with the influential backbench 1922 Committee Wednesday evening with one MP saying Theresa May was “not going anywhere”.
Just 19 percent of the British public have faith in the Prime Minister’s ability to deliver a good Brexit, opinion polling suggests, in news that will inevitably pile further pressure on Theresa May’s leadership at a time where she is facing a potential leadership challenge from members of her own Conservative Party.
Prime Minister Theresa May is to meet with the Conservative backbench 1922 Committee Wednesday as speculation mounts she is to face a vote of no confidence, according to media reports.
Tory MP Craig Mackinlay’s 2015 election win in South Thanet, where he defeated UKIP candidate Nigel Farage, might have been “declared void” had an alleged overspend of expenses been declared, Southwark Crown Court has heard.
Three formerly key players in British politics have joined forces to further calls for a second referendum on the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union, widely seen by Leavers as a ploy to prevent Brexit happening at all, while a former PM accused Brexit voters of having been deceived.
The European Union is working to violate the very basis of the United Kingdom and even annex part of the country as an economic colony, high-profile Tory rebel Boris Johnson has said, in his continued assault against the Prime Minister’s soft Brexit plan.
A Labour MP claimed to have reported Twitter user Stop the EU to parliamentary authorities and the police for criticising a Remain-supporting Tory MP — but the Speaker’s Office, the Metropolitan Police, and his local force all deny having received any such report.
The latest backslide could see Britain not leaving the EU until 5 years, 10 months, and 12 days after it voted to — if it ever leaves at all.
Britain’s ailing Prime Minister Theresa May astounded pundits by reprising her ‘May-Bot’ robot dancing routine when giving her leader’s speech Wednesday, in an address that stridently avoided her Chequers plan and potential leadership challenges.
UK Environment Secretary Michael Gove used his Conservative Party conference speech on Monday to describe Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn as a “Moscow-loving, Hamas-hugging, high-taxing, moderate-bashing, job-destroying, national anthem-avoiding, Nato-hating, class war-provoking one-man museum of economic folly.”
The small Northern Ireland pro-unionist party that Theresa May relies on to sustain her minority government has made clear it would support Boris Johnson as the next Prime Minister, with the party leader praising the former foreign secretary for his “positive” views on Brexit.
Jeremy Hunt, the British minister responsible for foreign affairs, has ruffled feathers by pointing out the punitive negotiations tactics increasingly employed by the European Union bear striking resemblances to another imperialistic power that at one time aspired to govern European nations, and punished harshly those who wished to leave.
Britain’s chief Brexit minister is warning the European Union, and his divided party, that the country will leave the bloc without a deal rather than accept close adherence to its rules and obligations.
Steven Woolfe has been rejected from joining the Tory Party, as the Conservatives allegedly seek to exclude a wave of Brexiteers attempting to sign up.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has rejected repeated calls to announce a second referendum on Britain’s relationship with the European Union, noting to do so would betray the trust of the millions of people who already voted either way on the matter in 2016.
The Conservative party has blocked former UKIP donor and Leave.EU founder Arron Banks from joining the membership, blocking him from voting in a future leadership contest.
A majority of Brits do not think Boris Johnson should be disciplined for mocking the Islamic burqa but do think free speech is under threat, a new survey reveals.
Tory Brexiteer Boris Johnson could be sent on ‘diversity training’ instead of being sanctioned by the Conservative Party after he compared the appearance of women wearing the Islamic face veil to “letterboxes” and “robbers”.
While the debate over the place of the Islamic face veil in Western society has been reignited after British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson criticised the garment in a recent opinion piece, three robbers were convicted of killing a jewellery store owner after robbing him whilst disguised in a burqa.
Brexiteer Boris Johnson MP is facing an investigation by the Conservative Party over comments he made about the Islamic burqa while Britain’s most senior police officer has said that he has not committed a ‘hate crime’.
Leading Conservative Party progressive Ruth Davidson has attacked former foreign secretary Boris Johnson’s opposition to the burqa and has equated wearing the Islamic garment with the Christian cross, while Tory arch-Remainer Dominic Grieve has threatened to quit the party should Leave campaigner Johnson become leader in what appears to be a proxy battle over Brexit.
Anti-Brexit Members of Parliament have lavished praise on Prime Minister Theresa May as she defended her ‘Chequers Agreement’ which would see the UK remain effectively tied to the European Union after Brexit.
Do you like the meat in your hamburgers pink in the middle? Look, I’m not judging you if you don’t. If you like your burgers tough, chewy, tasteless, sterile, then you go, girl! All I’m saying is that for those of us in Nanny State Britain who like their burgers underdone properly (ie pink in the middle) these are difficult times.
Dear President Trump,
It is being reported in the UK media that you have grown tired of Prime Minister Theresa May’s “school mistress” tone.
UK Environment Secretary Michael Gove has declared war on crony capitalism.
Increasingly promoted by the liberal media as a future Prime Minister, Ruth Davidson has demanded Britain’s Conservative government drop migration control targets.
Two years ago I wrote what may have been the most prophetic headline of my journalistic career:
‘Better a Cocker Spaniel as Prime Minister than Theresa May’