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Brexit without a deadline risks no Brexit at all - Telegraph.co.uk
26 Jun 2019

  1. Brexit without a deadline risks no Brexit at all  Telegraph.co.uk
  2. Boris Johnson: chances of no-deal Brexit are 'a million-to-one against'  The Guardian
  3. EU says it will never renegotiate Brexit deal despite Boris Johnson claims: 'Full stop'  The Independent
  4. Arlene Foster sends Brexit warning to Hunt and Boris to leave EU by October deadline  Express.co.uk
  5. Why EU is unfazed by no-deal Brexit threats  BBC News
  6. View full coverage on Google News


The Guardian view on Labour and Brexit: lead the debate - The Guardian
26 Jun 2019

  1. The Guardian view on Labour and Brexit: lead the debate  The Guardian
  2. Force new EU poll on next PM - Drakeford  BBC News
  3. Brexit bombshell: Shocking reason Labour went from being eurosceptic to pro-EU revealed  Express
  4. Jeremy Corbyn's close aides will accept no-deal Brexit and 'don't give a toss' about Labour members' views  The Independent
  5. Labour to finalise its Brexit policy 'in a few weeks' amid Shadow Cabinet splits  PoliticsHome.com
  6. View full coverage on Google News


Boris Johnson’s full English Brexit could rip the union apart - The Guardian
26 Jun 2019

Boris Johnson’s full English Brexit could rip the union apart  The Guardian

The Tory frontrunner's 'do-or-die' approach is alienating Scotland and Northern Ireland – and courting disaster, says Guardian columnist Martin Kettle.


Brexit: £1 trillion of assets and 7,000 banking jobs moved from UK to EU so far, research finds - The Independent
26 Jun 2019

Brexit: £1 trillion of assets and 7,000 banking jobs moved from UK to EU so far, research finds  The Independent

City financial firms have so far committed to move at least 7000 jobs and £1 trillion of assets out of the UK to prepare for Brexit, with the true cost likely to be ...


More voters want to quit the EU now than at the time of Brexit referendum - The Sun
26 Jun 2019

More voters want to quit the EU now than at the time of Brexit referendum  The Sun

MORE voters want Britain to quit the EU now than at the time of Brexit referendum, a *fresh* poll has revealed. 57 per cent said they thought we should still leave ...


What foreign direct investment figures (don't) tell us about Brexit - Sky News
26 Jun 2019

What foreign direct investment figures (don't) tell us about Brexit  Sky News

Sky's economic editor casts his eyes over the latest FDI stats as debate rages on whether they show a Brexit effect or not.


EU crumbles: Brussels official let slip Brexit deal could be reopened by future PM - Express
26 Jun 2019

EU crumbles: Brussels official let slip Brexit deal could be reopened by future PM  Express

THE EUROPEAN Union's hardline stance on reopening the Brexit withdrawal agreement appears to have finally faltered as a considerably more relaxed ...


Boris Johnson refuses to rule out suspending parliament to push through Brexit - Sky News
26 Jun 2019

Boris Johnson refuses to rule out suspending parliament to push through Brexit  Sky News

The Tory leadership contender says he is "not attracted" to the measure, but does not dismiss it entirely.


Bank of England could cut interest rates in event of no-deal Brexit - The Guardian
26 Jun 2019

Bank of England could cut interest rates in event of no-deal Brexit  The Guardian

Mark Carney has indicated that the Bank of England could have to cut interest rates should Britain crash out of the EU without a deal as he said the mounting ...


Scotland 'at risk of losing environmental protection after Brexit’ - The Guardian
26 Jun 2019

Scotland 'at risk of losing environmental protection after Brexit’  The Guardian

Environment campaigners have warned that Scotland will lose vital legal safeguards because ministers have failed to ensure environment and pollution laws ...


How has Brexit vote affected the UK economy? June verdict - The Guardian
26 Jun 2019

How has Brexit vote affected the UK economy? June verdict  The Guardian

Each month we look at key indicators to see what effect the Brexit process has had on growth, prosperity and trade.


UK carmakers warn hard Brexit would cost them £50,000 a minute in border delays - The Independent
25 Jun 2019

UK carmakers warn hard Brexit would cost them £50,000 a minute in border delays  The Independent

British carmakers have called on the next prime minister to strike a Brexit deal, saying failure to do so would cost the industry £50000 a minute just from border ...


Brexit: Survival of UK in doubt, Gordon Brown warns - BBC News
25 Jun 2019

Brexit: Survival of UK in doubt, Gordon Brown warns  BBC News

Gordon Brown has warned the future of the union between England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland is "more at risk" than at any time in 300 years.


Arlene Foster says Brexit deadline is 'very important' - BBC News
26 Jun 2019

Arlene Foster says Brexit deadline is 'very important'  BBC News

DUP leader Arlene Foster has said it is "very important" for the UK to leave the EU by 31 October. She said there was an opportunity for the new prime minister to ...


Yvette Cooper or Hilary Benn should lead unity government to halt Brexit – Ed Davey - The Guardian
26 Jun 2019

Yvette Cooper or Hilary Benn should lead unity government to halt Brexit – Ed Davey  The Guardian

The Liberal Democrat leadership candidate Ed Davey has suggested his party could back Yvette Cooper or Hilary Benn as head of a government of national ...


Ryanair to amend share buyback terms in case of no-deal Brexit - Financial Times
26 Jun 2019

Ryanair to amend share buyback terms in case of no-deal Brexit  Financial Times

Ryanair has ramped up efforts to keep the airline under majority EU ownership in a no-deal Brexit by triggering block purchases of shares from investors under a ...


Will Brexit be worse for women? - Deutsche Welle
26 Jun 2019

Will Brexit be worse for women?  Deutsche Welle

The economic impact of Brexit has been explored far and wide. But with the October 31 deadline approaching and a no-deal scenario still very much on the ...


Ken Clarke forced to backtrack on bold no deal Brexit claim – ‘EU have agreed' - Express
26 Jun 2019

Ken Clarke forced to backtrack on bold no deal Brexit claim – ‘EU have agreed'  Express

FATHER of the House of Commons Ken Clarke was forced to backtrack on his claim that no deal couldn't happen after a Sky's Adam Boulton made one simple ...


Government admits not considering impact of no-deal Brexit on people with a disability - The Independent
26 Jun 2019

Government admits not considering impact of no-deal Brexit on people with a disability  The Independent

Ministers have been condemned after admitting that they have not carried out any assessment of the impact that a no-deal Brexit would have on the lives of ...


BBC's Katya Adler reveals EU are 'undoubtedly' pressuring Ireland on Brexit - Express.co.uk
26 Jun 2019

BBC's Katya Adler reveals EU are 'undoubtedly' pressuring Ireland on Brexit  Express.co.uk

BBC News' Europe Editor Katya Adler revealed Ireland are under pressure from the European Union to come to a solution to the Irish border issue, which has ...


Brexit: Digital border possible for Irish backstop woes, UK MPs told - The Register
26 Jun 2019

Brexit: Digital border possible for Irish backstop woes, UK MPs told  The Register

A digital or "smart" solution to the Irish border problem is possible in the next three years if Europe agrees to a Brexit transition period, the "Alternative ...


Remainer threatened into silence after consistent interruptions during Brexit debate - Express
26 Jun 2019

Remainer threatened into silence after consistent interruptions during Brexit debate  Express

Jeremy Vine threatened Mr Christian after he repeatedly interrupted Ms Malone as she attempted to answer a question on Brexit. Mr Vine could be seen growing ...


Brexit bill for UK financial services reaches £4bn - Financial Times
26 Jun 2019

Brexit bill for UK financial services reaches £4bn  Financial Times

UK financial services companies have racked up a Brexit bill of close to £4bn as they prepare to shift people and capital to the EU, according to EY, the ...


No-deal Brexit looking increasingly likely, Taoiseach warns - The Irish Times
26 Jun 2019

No-deal Brexit looking increasingly likely, Taoiseach warns  The Irish Times

Government preparing contingency plan for UK crashing-out of EU at end of October.


Brexit campaigners broke the law, now they must face the consequences - Metro.co.uk
26 Jun 2019

Brexit campaigners broke the law, now they must face the consequences  Metro.co.uk

Caroline Lucas MP is joining fellow MPs to take legal action against the police after the UK left the EU.


Brexit news - LIVE: EU slaps down Boris Johnson plans as Corbyn's team rage over no-deal claims - The Independent
26 Jun 2019

Brexit news - LIVE: EU slaps down Boris Johnson plans as Corbyn's team rage over no-deal claims  The Independent

Leadership contenders Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt have clashed over the Halloween Brexit deadline, as the foreign secretary said he is the candidate that ...


'Fed up' Emmanuel Macron could force no deal by telling UK to 'p*** off' on October 31 - Express
26 Jun 2019

'Fed up' Emmanuel Macron could force no deal by telling UK to 'p*** off' on October 31  Express

French President Emmanuel Macron may be tempted to tell the UK to “p*** off” out of the Brussels bloc if no progress is made in Brexit negotiations by the end of ...


Bank of England predicts no-deal Brexit rate cut, attacks funds built on 'lies' - business live - The Guardian
26 Jun 2019

Bank of England predicts no-deal Brexit rate cut, attacks funds built on 'lies' - business live  The Guardian

Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news.


Brexit has heaped pain on UK economy and more damage highly likely, researchers warn - The Independent
24 Jun 2019

Brexit has heaped pain on UK economy and more damage highly likely, researchers warn  The Independent

Brexit has hurt the UK economy and, in the long term, more pain is on the cards, according to analysis by a government-funded academic think tank. The report ...


Brexit is political poison, and it’s green policies that are suffering - The Guardian
26 Jun 2019

Brexit is political poison, and it’s green policies that are suffering  The Guardian

The spat over VAT on solar batteries shows how Brussels-bashing is taking precedence over urgent social priorities, says Green MEP Molly Scott Cato.


UK finances forecast to suffer under most forms of Brexit - The Guardian
24 Jun 2019

UK finances forecast to suffer under most forms of Brexit  The Guardian

Most forms of Brexit will worsen the country's finances and reduce space for new initiatives to address child poverty, social care and left-behind communities that ...


The Guardian view on Tory leadership: politics may not survive Brexit - The Guardian
24 Jun 2019

The Guardian view on Tory leadership: politics may not survive Brexit  The Guardian

Editorial: The Brexit virus that is running through the Conservatives may end up shutting down both the party and the electoral system that supports it.


We set four tests for Brexit. Three years on, all of them are failing - The Guardian
24 Jun 2019

We set four tests for Brexit. Three years on, all of them are failing  The Guardian

Leaving the EU poses challenges politicians are still far from meeting, say Anand Menon and Jonathan Portes of UK in a Changing Europe.


Brexit: Boris Johnson urged to clarify 'do or die' claim after cabinet minister points out phrase refers to suicidal army mission - The Independent
26 Jun 2019

Brexit: Boris Johnson urged to clarify 'do or die' claim after cabinet minister points out phrase refers to suicidal army mission  The Independent

Boris Johnson has been urged to clarify his “do or die” pledge to deliver Brexit by 31 October after a cabinet minister pointed out that the phrase originally ...


Boycott's not-out attitude switches ends between Test cricket and Brexit | Marina Hyde - The Guardian
26 Jun 2019

Boycott's not-out attitude switches ends between Test cricket and Brexit | Marina Hyde  The Guardian

The famously immovable opening batsman Geoffrey Boycott has showed a much more carefree approach to the prospect of no-deal.


No‑deal Brexit explained: the A to Z of what it means - The Times
26 Jun 2019

No‑deal Brexit explained: the A to Z of what it means  The Times

AEROSPACEWorst case Although WTO rules mean there are no export tariffs, non-tariff barriers such as customs rules persuade manufacturers to relocate ...


Donald Tusk: Johnson may make Brexit more exciting, but we won't budge - The Guardian
21 Jun 2019

Donald Tusk: Johnson may make Brexit more exciting, but we won't budge  The Guardian

Brexit may become “even more exciting” when Boris Johnson is in Downing Street but the deal will not change, Donald Tusk has said, as the EU readied itself ...


Ease migration rules for Indians to win post-Brexit deals, say MPs - The Guardian
24 Jun 2019

Ease migration rules for Indians to win post-Brexit deals, say MPs  The Guardian

The government must make it easier for Indians to come to Britain to secure a post-Brexit trade deal with one of the world's fastest growing economies, a group of ...


Brexit analysis: Expert explains why elite is more comfortable in Brussels than Blackpool - Express
25 Jun 2019

Brexit analysis: Expert explains why elite is more comfortable in Brussels than Blackpool  Express

BRITAIN's elite is not only out-of-touch but more comfortable in Brussels than in Blackpool, and the 2016 Brexit referendum was an opportunity for the grassroots ...


Ireland finance minister fears for 85,000 jobs in no-deal Brexit - Financial Times
25 Jun 2019

Ireland finance minister fears for 85,000 jobs in no-deal Brexit  Financial Times

Ireland faces 85,000 potential job losses and a sharp economic slowdown if the UK crashes out of the EU in October, the country's finance minister has said, in a ...


Brexit viewed with incredulity overseas, says ambassador - The Guardian
23 Jun 2019

Brexit viewed with incredulity overseas, says ambassador  The Guardian

British ambassadors have been sending messages to the Foreign Office describing Brexit as a political shambles that is destroying the UK's reputation, the ...


Brexit Party misses first deadline to form political group in European Parliament - POLITICO.eu
26 Jun 2019

Brexit Party misses first deadline to form political group in European Parliament  POLITICO.eu

As the leader of an orphan party, Nigel Farage will be granted significantly less speaking time in the hemicycle.


Deconstructing Boris: How Johnson’s Brexit ideas stack up - The Irish Times
25 Jun 2019

Deconstructing Boris: How Johnson’s Brexit ideas stack up  The Irish Times

Most of possible PM's proposed Brexit 'solution' is old wine in not very new bottles.


The steel town at the centre of Britain's Brexit identity crisis - Aljazeera.com
26 Jun 2019

The steel town at the centre of Britain's Brexit identity crisis  Aljazeera.com

British Steel's potential collapse has become a national event in which people see their political prophecies affirmed.


'Does Rory Stewart know he lost?' Listeners outraged as 'loser' appears on BBC again - Express
26 Jun 2019

'Does Rory Stewart know he lost?' Listeners outraged as 'loser' appears on BBC again  Express

RORY STEWART was mocked for repeatedly appearing on BBC's Today programme after his failure to reach the final round of the Tory leadership contest, as ...


UK heading for no-deal Brexit on 31 October, EU leaders conclude - The Guardian
20 Jun 2019

UK heading for no-deal Brexit on 31 October, EU leaders conclude  The Guardian

Britain will crash out of the EU on 31 October unless Theresa May's Brexit deal is ratified or a new prime minister calls a second referendum or general election ...


Brexit: alternative to Irish backstop 'feasible in three years' - The Guardian
24 Jun 2019

Brexit: alternative to Irish backstop 'feasible in three years'  The Guardian

Report on keeping border open, backed by Nicky Morgan and Greg Hands, suggests special economic zones.


Liam Fox criticises Boris Johnson's Brexit plan - BBC News
24 Jun 2019

Liam Fox criticises Boris Johnson's Brexit plan  BBC News

Boris Johnson's claim that world trade rules could be used after Brexit to avoid tariffs "isn't true", cabinet minister Liam Fox has said. The international trade ...


Brilliant moment Mark Francois forces trade expert to admit no deal Brexit plan 'correct' - Express.co.uk
26 Jun 2019

Brilliant moment Mark Francois forces trade expert to admit no deal Brexit plan 'correct'  Express.co.uk

CONSERVATIVE Brexit supporter Mark Francois pressed a trade expert to “accept' his ideas on leaving the European Union, were “correct”.


Boris Johnson becoming PM could trigger Tory ministers to back fresh Brexit referendum, predict Lib Dem leadership candidates - The Independent
26 Jun 2019

Boris Johnson becoming PM could trigger Tory ministers to back fresh Brexit referendum, predict Lib Dem leadership candidates  The Independent

A Boris Johnson premiership could be the trigger for Conservative ministers to break ranks and back a people's vote to block a no-deal Brexit, contenders for the ...


Brexit news: John Bercow cuts off SNP Ian Blackford in House of Commons - Express
26 Jun 2019

Brexit news: John Bercow cuts off SNP Ian Blackford in House of Commons  Express

HOUSE SPEAKER John Bercow cut off SNP MP Ian Blackford during his furious rant at Theresa May, Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt during PMQs.


Sterling falls on no-deal Brexit fears - RTE.ie
26 Jun 2019

Sterling falls on no-deal Brexit fears  RTE.ie

Sterling edged back towards five-month lows today after the top contender to replace Prime Minister Theresa May reaffirmed his desire to take Britain out of the ...


Clive Lewis MP: A confirmatory Brexit vote can end this nightmare - but we can't campaign as Project Fear - PoliticsHome.com
24 Jun 2019

Clive Lewis MP: A confirmatory Brexit vote can end this nightmare - but we can't campaign as Project Fear  PoliticsHome.com

Brexit was a kick against the establishment for many, says Labour's Clive Lewis. But he argues that the left cannot win by re-running the 2016 Remain campaign.


Brexiteer Steve Baker warns EU’s Barnier: ‘Make no mistake - we’re leaving on October 31’ - Express.co.uk
26 Jun 2019

Brexiteer Steve Baker warns EU’s Barnier: ‘Make no mistake - we’re leaving on October 31’  Express.co.uk

INFLUENTIAL arch-Brexiteer Steve Baker, a prominent ally of Tory leadership front runner Boris Johnson, has sent a stern message to EU chief negotiator ...


New prime minister could 'chicken out' of putting Brexit plan to Commons until autumn, under Tory plans - The Independent
23 Jun 2019

New prime minister could 'chicken out' of putting Brexit plan to Commons until autumn, under Tory plans  The Independent

The Conservatives are under fire for a shock plan that would allow the new prime minister to “chicken out” of putting their Brexit plan to the House of Commons ...


BBC host Simon McCoy takes shocking anti-Brexit swipe at Boris Johnson live on-air - Express
26 Jun 2019

BBC host Simon McCoy takes shocking anti-Brexit swipe at Boris Johnson live on-air  Express

BBC NEWS presenter Simon McCoy delivered a shocking anti-Brexit swipe at Boris Johnson just seconds after airing a clip of the former foreign secretary in an ...


‘Brexit game has changed!' Tony Blair issues fiery threat on anniversary of EU vote - Express.co.uk
23 Jun 2019

‘Brexit game has changed!' Tony Blair issues fiery threat on anniversary of EU vote  Express.co.uk

THREE years on from the Brexit vote which dictated Britain would leave the European Union, former prime minister Tony Blair has issued a fiery prediction on ...


Varadkar’s proposed tax cuts at risk in event of no-deal Brexit - The Irish Times
26 Jun 2019

Varadkar’s proposed tax cuts at risk in event of no-deal Brexit  The Irish Times

Donohoe signals that the tax cuts would not be introduced next year if UK crashes out of EU.


Child obesity drive 'stalled by Brexit' - BBC News
25 Jun 2019

Child obesity drive 'stalled by Brexit'  BBC News

The drive to tackle child obesity has stalled with a raft of measures stuck in Brexit backlog, it is being claimed. A ban on energy drink sales to under-16s, clearer ...


Cabinet ministers tear into Boris Johnson's plan for no-deal Brexit - PoliticsHome.com
23 Jun 2019

Cabinet ministers tear into Boris Johnson's plan for no-deal Brexit  PoliticsHome.com

Cabinet ministers have blasted Boris Johnson's plan for no-deal Brexit, dismissing it as not a “credible” strategy.


Brexit revelation: Referendum was 'most significant constitutional event in 300 years' - Express
26 Jun 2019

Brexit revelation: Referendum was 'most significant constitutional event in 300 years'  Express

THE BREXIT referendum in 2016 was the most significant constitutional event in Britain since the restoration of the monarchy in 1660, one of Britain's foremost ...


UK led towards no-deal Brexit by untruthful elite, says ex-EU envoy - The Guardian
18 Jun 2019

UK led towards no-deal Brexit by untruthful elite, says ex-EU envoy  The Guardian

Britain is being led to a no-deal Brexit by a political elite “which has great difficulties discerning and telling the truth”, the UK's former ambassador to the EU has ...


Leadsom tears into colleague as she insists UK ready for no deal Brexit - 'not needed' - Express
26 Jun 2019

Leadsom tears into colleague as she insists UK ready for no deal Brexit - 'not needed'  Express

ANDREA LEADSOM slapped down her colleague Patrick McLoughlin after he suggested the British Government could not pursue a no deal Brexit scenario ...


Brexit party challenges byelection result over 'postal vote corruption' - The Guardian
24 Jun 2019

Brexit party challenges byelection result over 'postal vote corruption'  The Guardian

The Brexit party is to launch a formal legal challenge against the result of this month's Peterborough byelection, where it was narrowly beaten by Labour, ...


Caller slams down phone on Jacob Rees-Mogg in fierce Brexit row - 'Gone off in a huff' - Express
26 Jun 2019

Caller slams down phone on Jacob Rees-Mogg in fierce Brexit row - 'Gone off in a huff'  Express

JACOB REES-MOGG engaged in a heated debate with a radio caller on whether a referendum is a “form of election”, before the guest slammed down the phone ...


Has Brexit vote hit UK university rankings? - The Guardian
24 Jun 2019

Has Brexit vote hit UK university rankings?  The Guardian

Letters: Scott Andrew says British universities have slipped down QS league tables because of the coalition's structural reforms. Michael Reardon objects to the ...


Tory leadership LIVE: Brexiteer fury as Jeremy Hunt brands Leavers 'little Englanders' - Express.co.uk
26 Jun 2019

Tory leadership LIVE: Brexiteer fury as Jeremy Hunt brands Leavers 'little Englanders'  Express.co.uk

JEREMY Hunt has sparked Brexiteer fury after he accused Leave voters as being from 'little England' as he goes head to head with Boris Johnson in the final ...


A common law Brexit will be a Brexit that works - Telegraph.co.uk
26 Jun 2019

A common law Brexit will be a Brexit that works  Telegraph.co.uk

For the UK's new prime minister the priority is Brexit and how best to leave the European Union. But a successful Brexit can only happen if it reflects the ...


Most Irish food and drink exporters are now ‘Brexit-ready’ - The Irish Times
26 Jun 2019

Most Irish food and drink exporters are now ‘Brexit-ready’  The Irish Times

New report finds that 70% of agri-food companies have stockpiling stratagies in place.


Brexit: EU leaders will only grant new delay for second referendum or general election - The Independent
20 Jun 2019

Brexit: EU leaders will only grant new delay for second referendum or general election  The Independent

EU leaders have “lost patience” with Britain and do not want to grant another Brexit extension when time runs out in October, Ireland's prime minister has said.


UK firms more upbeat on hiring, investment after Brexit delay - survey - Reuters UK
26 Jun 2019

UK firms more upbeat on hiring, investment after Brexit delay - survey  Reuters UK

Employers in Britain have turned more confident about hiring and investing after the extension to the Brexit deadline which has also reduced their worries about ...


Brexit is an idea for a bygone era - Financial Times
24 Jun 2019

Brexit is an idea for a bygone era  Financial Times

Look around the world. What appear to be the biggest potential threats? Strategists worry about the rise of an authoritarian China, a lawless Russia and the ...


What is 'no-deal Brexit'? - BBC News
13 Jun 2019

What is 'no-deal Brexit'?  BBC News

The possibility of a no-deal Brexit is very much alive, as Tory leadership contenders jostle to take over from Theresa May as prime minister. But what does the ...


No, Brexit isn’t killing Britain. It’s the refusal to deliver Brexit that’s turned politics inside out - Telegraph.co.uk
22 Jun 2019

No, Brexit isn’t killing Britain. It’s the refusal to deliver Brexit that’s turned politics inside out  Telegraph.co.uk

Look what Brexit is doing to you,” a German MEP told me this week.


Ireland crisis: 'Doomsday scenario' budget to be launched as no-deal Brexit panic sets in - Express
24 Jun 2019

Ireland crisis: 'Doomsday scenario' budget to be launched as no-deal Brexit panic sets in  Express

IRELAND'S next financial plan is “all but certain” to be a no-deal Brexit budget, according to government ministers.


Corbyn to outline Brexit strategy – but unlikely to cheerlead for remain - The Guardian
18 Jun 2019

Corbyn to outline Brexit strategy – but unlikely to cheerlead for remain  The Guardian

Labour leader under pressure from shadow cabinet over position on *fresh* referendum.


Brexit: EU will not reopen withdrawal agreement, insists French minister - The Guardian
11 Jun 2019

Brexit: EU will not reopen withdrawal agreement, insists French minister  The Guardian

France's state secretary for European affairs has confirmed that the EU27 are not prepared to reopen the Brexit withdrawal agreement, and that without a “new ...


Brexit and Britain’s broken democracy - The Guardian
18 Jun 2019

Brexit and Britain’s broken democracy  The Guardian

Letters: Readers share their thoughts on the latest developments in the long-running saga of the UK government's attempt to leave the EU.


WATCH: Francois says wrecking car industry would 'at least be our choice' after Brexit - The New European
26 Jun 2019

WATCH: Francois says wrecking car industry would 'at least be our choice' after Brexit  The New European

Tory Brexiteer Mark Francois debate a former international trade negotiator on television and tried to put a positive on no-deal Brexit tariffs hitting the car industry ...


News Daily: 'Horrific' migrant children's station and Tory Brexit row - BBC News
26 Jun 2019

News Daily: 'Horrific' migrant children's station and Tory Brexit row  BBC News

If you want to get this briefing by email, sign-up here. US-Mexico border: Children back at 'horrific' station. Protesters against Clint facility conditions ...


Watch Dogs Legion's dystopian post-Brexit London | Games - The Guardian
26 Jun 2019

Watch Dogs Legion's dystopian post-Brexit London | Games  The Guardian

In Ubisoft's forthcoming game, London has become a surveillance state run by authoritarian populists – and its citizens must come together to fight back.


Creator of ITV drama Victoria bizarrely claims people are pro Brexit because of BBC repeats of Dad’s Army - The Sun
25 Jun 2019

Creator of ITV drama Victoria bizarrely claims people are pro Brexit because of BBC repeats of Dad’s Army  The Sun

THE creator of ITV drama Victoria says the BBC should stop airing episodes of Dad's Army because it makes them look pro-Brexit. Daisy Goodwin insists the ...


Lorry Driver's WTO Brexit Argument Falls Apart After One Question From James O'Brien - LBC
26 Jun 2019

Lorry Driver's WTO Brexit Argument Falls Apart After One Question From James O'Brien  LBC

26 June 2019, 13:05 | Updated: 26 June 2019, 13:15. UNSUPPORTED *CONTENT* TYPE. This video encoding is not supported on your device. RELOAD YOUR ...


Brexit weekly briefing: absent Boris Johnson harangued by Tories - The Guardian
18 Jun 2019

Brexit weekly briefing: absent Boris Johnson harangued by Tories  The Guardian

Welcome to the Guardian's weekly Brexit briefing, doing its best to make sense of all this nonsense since June 2016. If you would like to receive this as a weekly ...


Brexit: Three years after the EU referendum, the only clear route out of chaos is through the people - The Independent
23 Jun 2019

Brexit: Three years after the EU referendum, the only clear route out of chaos is through the people  The Independent

It has been three years since the referendum on Britain leaving the European Union, and they have not been happy ones – whatever one's views as to the issue ...


Brexit has created a constitutional impasse – partly because our MPs are ignorant of history - New Statesman
26 Jun 2019

Brexit has created a constitutional impasse – partly because our MPs are ignorant of history  New Statesman

Run by politicians lacking the historical sensibility to guide it, the constitution has been hollowed out.


Nick Clegg denies misuse of Facebook influenced Brexit vote - The Guardian
24 Jun 2019

Nick Clegg denies misuse of Facebook influenced Brexit vote  The Guardian

Tech firm's communications chief says it found no evidence of Russian interference.


Barclay and Barnier clash on citizens' rights under no-deal Brexit - The Guardian
18 Jun 2019

Barclay and Barnier clash on citizens' rights under no-deal Brexit  The Guardian

The EU's chief negotiator has been asked to think again after rejecting an appeal by the UK's Brexit secretary for the full gamut of citizens' rights in the ...


Crunch looming for Irish government in October Brexit denouement - Telegraph.co.uk
25 Jun 2019

Crunch looming for Irish government in October Brexit denouement  Telegraph.co.uk

As he campaigns for the Tory leadership, Boris Johnson is now putting himself squarely on a collision course with the EU - threatening to attach strings to the ...


Price of Brexit CHAOS: What does £1,000 get you after 3 years of incompetence and delays? - Express.co.uk
23 Jun 2019

Price of Brexit CHAOS: What does £1,000 get you after 3 years of incompetence and delays?  Express.co.uk

Today marks the anniversary of the Brexit referendum - but what impact has the last three year's of chaos mean for your money? A hypothetical £1,000 on the ...


The limits to Labour’s ambiguity on Brexit - The Guardian
20 Jun 2019

The limits to Labour’s ambiguity on Brexit  The Guardian

Letters: Readers debate Jeremy Corbyn's resistance to pressure to move towards remain.


Generic drugs industry warns of Brexit threat to low prices - Financial Times
26 Jun 2019

Generic drugs industry warns of Brexit threat to low prices  Financial Times

Generic drugs in the UK are far cheaper than in much of the rest of Europe, saving millions for the National Health *Service*, but this well-functioning market could ...


UK businesses urged to step up preparations for no-deal Brexit - The Guardian
14 Jun 2019

UK businesses urged to step up preparations for no-deal Brexit  The Guardian

Britain's businesses are being urged to step up their preparations for a no-deal Brexit amid signs that Theresa May's successor could be prepared to leave the ...


Tory leadership: Boris Johnson on Brexit and his character - BBC News
25 Jun 2019

Tory leadership: Boris Johnson on Brexit and his character  BBC News

The leadership hopeful says he does "not talk about stuff involving my loved ones" because "it is not fair on them".


Brexit: Germany warns Tory leadership contenders they won't be able to renegotiate Theresa May's deal - The Independent
18 Jun 2019

Brexit: Germany warns Tory leadership contenders they won't be able to renegotiate Theresa May's deal  The Independent

Germany has lined up behind other EU states to warn that a new UK prime minister will not be able to renegotiate the Brexit withdrawal agreement they struck ...


How Brexit made Britain a country of Remainers and Leavers - The Economist
20 Jun 2019

How Brexit made Britain a country of Remainers and Leavers  The Economist

The referendum has stamped identities on two opposing groups long in the making. Whatever the outcome of the talks, British society has a new divide.


Brexit: Sports and television stars to join activists in north of England demanding fresh referendum - The Independent
20 Jun 2019

Brexit: Sports and television stars to join activists in north of England demanding fresh referendum  The Independent

Two former England footballers, an athletics world champion and a former soap star will be among speakers at a rally in the north of England to demand another ...


Barnier’s plan all along? Brexit negotiator set to lead EU to settle Merkel-Macron row - Express.co.uk
26 Jun 2019

Barnier’s plan all along? Brexit negotiator set to lead EU to settle Merkel-Macron row  Express.co.uk

The veteran eurocrat is set to become part of a “Franco-German deal” bringing an end to Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron's Brussels power struggle.


Brexit Groundhog Day to return - Stephen Barclay issues warning to new PM - Express.co.uk
25 Jun 2019

Brexit Groundhog Day to return - Stephen Barclay issues warning to new PM  Express.co.uk

BRITAIN'S next prime minister will face the same “extremely difficult challenge” as Theresa May when he finds himself up against a divided Parliament when ...


Labour is confident parliament can stop no-deal Brexit - Reuters UK
26 Jun 2019

Labour is confident parliament can stop no-deal Brexit  Reuters UK

Britain's main opposition Labour Party is confident that parliament can prevent a government trying to take the country out of the European Union without a deal, ...


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