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DUP Set to Spurn Tory Remainers and Back Full Brexit

Ulster’s Democratic Unionist Party, which is expected to prop up Theresa May’s minority government over the coming months, has spurned Tory Remainers who hoped they would force the Prime Minister to ask the EU for a so-called ‘Soft Brexit’. According


Poll: 70 Per Cent of Brits Still Back Brexit

A strong 70 per cent of the British public want the government to get on with Brexit, despite claims the general election result shows people turning away from leaving the Europe Union.

Pro-Brexit Demonstrators Call For Government To Trigger Article 50

Gina Miller Plans Anti-Brexit Election Tour

Gina Miller, the businesswoman who defeated the government in the courts over the triggering of Article 50, plans to tour marginal constituencies in an effort to keep out pro-Brexit MPs.

Gina Miller

Poll: Growing Majority of Brits Back ‘Hard Brexit’

(REUTERS) – A majority of Britons approve of the government’s approach to leaving the European Union, a poll indicated on Monday, in a boost to Prime Minister Theresa May after she laid out her priorities for negotiations.

Theressa May Attends Her First EU Council Meeting As British Prime Minister

Malta PM: Brexit Deal Must be Worse Than EU Membership

VALLETTA (AFP) – Britain’s deal for leaving the European Union must be worse than the terms of its membership, said Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, whose country has just taken on the six-month EU presidency.

Theresa May and Joseph Muscat

Tory Brexit Minister Backs ‘Soft Brexit’

The UK’s Brexit secretary has indicated the Tory government is leaning towards a “sort Brexit”, saying he may maintain low-skilled migration and is prepared keep contributing to the European Union’s (EU) budget for “access” to Single Market.


EU Member States Push Britain Toward Hard Brexit

European Union leaders have reportedly agreed to push the UK must towards a “hard Brexit” in order punish Britain and counter the rise of Eurosceptic movements across the continent.

EU Referendum Brexit London

Brexit Minister: We Will Reject Any Attempt To Delay EU Exit

(REUTERS) – Britain’s government will reject any attempt to ignore the result of its referendum vote to leave the European Union or to unduly delay the process of exiting the bloc, Brexit minister David Davis told parliament on Monday.


Only ‘Hard Brexit’ Can Work, Says German Business Chief

Britain must go for a “hard Brexit” if it is to achieve its aims in leaving the European Union (EU), a senior German businessman has said. Markus Kerber, head of Germany’s biggest business lobby the BDI, said that trying to