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Brexit vote: What could happen next? - BBC News
14 Dec 2018

  1. Brexit vote: What could happen next?  BBC News
  2. May warned she could be forced out if she pursues rejected Brexit deal  The Guardian
  3. What will happen next in Britain's Brexit drama?  CNN
  4. No-deal Brexit: Disruption at Dover 'could last six months'  BBC News
  5. PM could be forced out if she pushes on with a rejected Brexit deal  Evening Standard
  6. View full coverage on Google News


Ministers deny planning no-deal Brexit holiday warnings - BBC News
16 Dec 2018

Ministers deny planning no-deal Brexit holiday warnings  BBC News

Downing Street has dismissed claims that people will be warned not to book holidays beyond March 2019 as part of no-deal Brexit contingency plans. It comes ...


Brexit: What happens next may have to be put to MPs' vote - Fox - BBC News
16 Dec 2018

Brexit: What happens next may have to be put to MPs' vote - Fox  BBC News

If Theresa May's Brexit deal isn't passed by MPs, then Parliament might have to decide what to do next, cabinet minister Liam Fox has said. The senior Brexiteer ...


Brexit: Tony Blair hits back at 'irresponsible' Theresa May as war of words escalates - The Independent
16 Dec 2018

Brexit: Tony Blair hits back at 'irresponsible' Theresa May as war of words escalates  The Independent

Tony Blair has hit back at Theresa May after she accused him of “undermining” the UK in Brexit talks and “insulting” the office of prime minister. As the highly ...


Brexit: where the hell do we go from here? - The Guardian
15 Dec 2018

Brexit: where the hell do we go from here?  The Guardian

It is never a good sign when MPs leap too quickly to their feet to give their leaders a standing ovation. Soon after 9pm on Wednesday evening in Committee ...


Norway? Singapore? Neither Brexit deal looks better than Europe - The Guardian
16 Dec 2018

Norway? Singapore? Neither Brexit deal looks better than Europe  The Guardian

Wherever one goes, concerned people ask what Britain is doing. It seems clear from our actions that we don't know.


What can New Zealand teach us about Brexit? - BBC News
16 Dec 2018

What can New Zealand teach us about Brexit?  BBC News

What lessons can the we learn from the economic ructions suffered by New Zealand in 1973 when the UK joined the EEC?


When Americans want to understand Brexit, it’s clear Britain is in trouble - The Guardian
16 Dec 2018

When Americans want to understand Brexit, it’s clear Britain is in trouble  The Guardian

I have been asked to do a lot of Brexitsplaining over the past two and a half years in New York. I find it incredibly uncomfortable.


Brexit: How could another referendum on leaving the EU work? - BBC News
14 Dec 2018

Brexit: How could another referendum on leaving the EU work?  BBC News

The former prime minister Tony Blair has renewed his call for another referendum - if there is no parliamentary majority for any one Brexit outcome. "Parliament's ...


'Distressing and depressing': stars bemoan Brexit at European film awards - The Guardian
16 Dec 2018

'Distressing and depressing': stars bemoan Brexit at European film awards  The Guardian

Picking up honorary prize, Ralph Fiennes says 'there is only the noise of division'


UK would 'flourish' even without Brexit deal - Hunt - RTE.ie
16 Dec 2018

UK would 'flourish' even without Brexit deal - Hunt  RTE.ie

British cabinet tensions over the prospect of a no-deal Brexit look set to heighten after UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt insisted the UK would "flourish and ...


SNL mocks Theresa May's Brexit woes with Matt Damon starring as David Cameron - The Independent
16 Dec 2018

SNL mocks Theresa May's Brexit woes with Matt Damon starring as David Cameron  The Independent

Saturday Night Live brought in Kate McKinnon and Matt Damon for a sketch lampooning Theresa May and her Brexit strife.


Brexit: the darkest hour – cartoon | Opinion - The Guardian
15 Dec 2018

Brexit: the darkest hour – cartoon | Opinion  The Guardian

The spectre of recession looms behind a no-deal Brexit.


Johnson family 'united in dismay' at Brexit deal - Sky News
16 Dec 2018

Johnson family 'united in dismay' at Brexit deal  Sky News

Video: Former transport minister Jo Johnson says he and his brother Boris Johnson are "united as a family... in dismay" at Theresa May's Brexit deal.


The Observer view on the baleful distraction of Brexit - The Guardian
15 Dec 2018

The Observer view on the baleful distraction of Brexit  The Guardian

Every shred of political energy is being tied up in Brexit, with detrimental effects on a nation facing other urgent social and economic challenges.


Brexit: No visa but Britons will pay €7 to travel to EU countries - BBC News
14 Dec 2018

Brexit: No visa but Britons will pay €7 to travel to EU countries  BBC News

Britons will have to pay €7 (£6.30) every three years to travel to EU countries, as a consequence of Brexit. The European Commission has confirmed that while ...


How would a second Brexit referendum work? | Politics - The Guardian
15 Dec 2018

How would a second Brexit referendum work? | Politics  The Guardian

Mind-boggling complexities over timing, question(s) and how votes would be counted.


The EU has a simple message on the Brexit deal: Like it or lump it - Sky News
14 Dec 2018

The EU has a simple message on the Brexit deal: Like it or lump it  Sky News

A spat about the word "nebulous" and a tense Juncker-May encounter played out for the cameras. But in terms of substance? This summit added up to one ...


Brexit: Nothing off table for Theresa May ahead of key vote - BBC News
10 Dec 2018

Brexit: Nothing off table for Theresa May ahead of key vote  BBC News

"Nothing is off the table" when it comes to reassuring MPs over the Northern Ireland backstop, Downing Street sources say. This could include reopening the EU ...


Brexit: Has anything about May's deal changed? - BBC News
15 Dec 2018

Brexit: Has anything about May's deal changed?  BBC News

It's been a busy week in British politics, from Parliamentary squabbles to meetings with European leaders, and a confidence vote.


Brexit: No-deal will near-bankrupt UK, says Branson - BBC News
14 Dec 2018

Brexit: No-deal will near-bankrupt UK, says Branson  BBC News

Sir Richard Branson has warned that the UK will be left "near bankrupt" in the event of a hard Brexit. He told the BBC he was "absolutely certain" that leaving the ...


Why financial markets are betting against no-deal Brexit – despite the shambles - Telegraph.co.uk
15 Dec 2018

Why financial markets are betting against no-deal Brexit – despite the shambles  Telegraph.co.uk

We have become the laughing stock of the world; our ritual humiliation at the hands of the European Union is complete, or rather we are humiliating ourselves ...


Theresa May hits back at claims of 'nebulous' Brexit proposals - The Guardian
14 Dec 2018

Theresa May hits back at claims of 'nebulous' Brexit proposals  The Guardian

PM says she has been 'crystal clear' with EU commission president Jean-Claude JunckerTheresa May and Brexit – live updates.


Pressure grows on stubborn DUP to avoid Brexit ‘countdown to disaster’ - The Guardian
15 Dec 2018

Pressure grows on stubborn DUP to avoid Brexit ‘countdown to disaster’  The Guardian

In Remain-voting Northern Ireland, the hard-Brexit unionists are alienating voters. But they aren't in the mood to shift position.


Brexit: What does Ireland do if there’s no deal? - BBC News
13 Dec 2018

Brexit: What does Ireland do if there’s no deal?  BBC News

BBC NI correspondent John Campbell looks at what might happen to Ireland in the event of a no deal.


This is where we are on Brexit - Financial Times
14 Dec 2018

This is where we are on Brexit  Financial Times

What are the options for the UK from a law and policy perspective?


HBO’s Brexit trailer: why the Benedict Cumberbatch movie is controversial - Vox.com
15 Dec 2018

HBO’s Brexit trailer: why the Benedict Cumberbatch movie is controversial  Vox.com

On Friday, HBO revealed the trailer for its upcoming film Brexit, a Toby Haynes-directed drama about the 2016 Vote Leave campaign that “goes behind the ...


What defines England in the age of Brexit? Its self-pity - The Guardian
16 Dec 2018

What defines England in the age of Brexit? Its self-pity  The Guardian

It's easier for outsiders to see what has led the country into chaos, says Guardian columnist Ian Jack.


Brexit: Does Brussels blink? - BBC News
10 Dec 2018

Brexit: Does Brussels blink?  BBC News

How has Brussels dealt with political complications in the past?


News Daily: EU says no to renegotiating Brexit deal, and Strasbourg attacker shot dead - BBC News
14 Dec 2018

News Daily: EU says no to renegotiating Brexit deal, and Strasbourg attacker shot dead  BBC News

If you want to get this briefing by email, sign-up here. Theresa May leaves the summit. 'No, prime minister': EU says Brexit deal not up for renegotiation. Theresa ...


Brexit: Critical reaction as PM calls off vote on deal - BBC News
10 Dec 2018

Brexit: Critical reaction as PM calls off vote on deal  BBC News

There has been a critical response from political parties and business groups in Northern Ireland to the government's decision to call off Tuesday's vote on the ...


Brexit: desperate May dashes to continent in search for concessions - The Guardian
10 Dec 2018

Brexit: desperate May dashes to continent in search for concessions  The Guardian

Theresa May is to embark on a frantic round of European diplomacy in a final attempt to salvage her Brexit deal and her premiership after a chaotic day in which ...


Brexit: Leo Varadkar 'happy to offer assurances' to UK - BBC News
13 Dec 2018

Brexit: Leo Varadkar 'happy to offer assurances' to UK  BBC News

The taoiseach (Irish prime minister) says the EU is "happy to offer assurances" to the UK about the Brexit deal, but that the backstop is not up for negotiation.


Brexit: the Conservatives and their thirty years’ war over Europe - Financial Times
14 Dec 2018

Brexit: the Conservatives and their thirty years’ war over Europe  Financial Times

It is the fever that never breaks. The Conservatives' European delirium has generated a thirty years' war which has consumed the party, destroyed successive ...


UK getting READY for no deal Brexit - £2BILLION pumped into preparations for EU withdrawal - Express.co.uk
16 Dec 2018

UK getting READY for no deal Brexit - £2BILLION pumped into preparations for EU withdrawal  Express.co.uk

CHANCELLOR Philip Hammond has hashed together a £2billion no deal hand-out in order to prevent the UK from chaos if Theresa May walks away from EU ...


'Here's opportunity!' Economist shuts down CBI boss' no deal Brexit fears in HEATED debate - Express
15 Dec 2018

'Here's opportunity!' Economist shuts down CBI boss' no deal Brexit fears in HEATED debate  Express

The heated debate began when the economist said a no deal Brexit must not be a “rehash of Project Fear” – insisting Britain has had “too much Project Fear” ...


Newspaper headlines: May and Juncker clash and 'Brexit charge' for Brits - BBC News
15 Dec 2018

Newspaper headlines: May and Juncker clash and 'Brexit charge' for Brits  BBC News

Saturday's front pages feature Brexit and the EU's plan to charge Brits travelling to Europe.


Brexit ruling: UK can cancel decision, EU court says - BBC News
10 Dec 2018

Brexit ruling: UK can cancel decision, EU court says  BBC News

The European Court of Justice has ruled the UK can cancel Brexit without the permission of the other 27 EU members. The ECJ judges ruled this could be done ...


Brexit: Irish upping no deal contingency plans, says PM - BBC News
11 Dec 2018

Brexit: Irish upping no deal contingency plans, says PM  BBC News

The Republic of Ireland needs to up its contingency plans for the potential of the UK leaving the EU without a deal, the Taoiseach (Irish prime minister) has said.


Brexit: MPs condemn 'unrealistic' government analysis - The Guardian
11 Dec 2018

Brexit: MPs condemn 'unrealistic' government analysis  The Guardian

The government kept MPs in the dark when it presented an overly optimistic assessment of its Brexit deal, rather than a realistic prediction of the final ...


Brexit is about renewal, not just leaving the EU. And there’s no time to waste - Spectator.co.uk
14 Dec 2018

Brexit is about renewal, not just leaving the EU. And there’s no time to waste  Spectator.co.uk

None of us can predict the potential fallout from Brexit, good and bad. What began as a vote of confidence in our institutions has shown them to be…


Theresa May calls off MPs' vote on her Brexit deal - BBC News
10 Dec 2018

Theresa May calls off MPs' vote on her Brexit deal  BBC News

Prime Minister Theresa May has called off Tuesday's crucial vote on her Brexit deal so she can go back to Brussels and ask for changes to it. As it stands the ...


Civil service told to ramp up no-deal Brexit plans with 24/7 crisis centre - The Guardian
13 Dec 2018

Civil service told to ramp up no-deal Brexit plans with 24/7 crisis centre  The Guardian

Civil servants across Whitehall have been instructed to ramp up their emergency no-deal planning, with preparations including hiring staff for a 24-hour ...


'Irresponsible to steamroller MPs,' Blair warns May - Sky News
16 Dec 2018

'Irresponsible to steamroller MPs,' Blair warns May  Sky News

All the political news and views as former prime minister calls for parliament to vote on the different options.


No-Deal Brexit Ahead, Unless Brussels Bullies Show Respect and Reason - Forbes
15 Dec 2018

No-Deal Brexit Ahead, Unless Brussels Bullies Show Respect and Reason  Forbes

The European Union have been so arrogant and disrespectful of the UK they risk a "No-Deal" Brexit that will harm all parties. Given the size of the UK cf. Ireland ...


Brexit: War breaks out in Conservative Party - BBC News
13 Dec 2018

Brexit: War breaks out in Conservative Party  BBC News

The Conservative Party's rival tribes could be on course to pull Theresa May - and themselves - apart.


Brexit would be hard for Britain. Staying in the E.U. would be worse. - The Washington Post
14 Dec 2018

Brexit would be hard for Britain. Staying in the E.U. would be worse.  The Washington Post

British Prime Minister Theresa May has survived, but her drive for Brexit may not. That would be bad for Britain. Whatever challenges Brexit poses for the United ...


Almost £100k of public money spent on Brexit deal Facebook ads - The Guardian
10 Dec 2018

Almost £100k of public money spent on Brexit deal Facebook ads  The Guardian

The UK government has spent almost £100,000 of taxpayers' money in the last week buying Facebook adverts in a bid to convince the public to support Theresa ...


Should PM have delayed the Brexit deal vote? - BBC News
11 Dec 2018

Should PM have delayed the Brexit deal vote?  BBC News

The Politics Live panel discuss Theresa May's leadership legitimacy.


Brexit: Ministers facing 'contempt' vote ahead of big debate - BBC News
04 Dec 2018

Brexit: Ministers facing 'contempt' vote ahead of big debate  BBC News

MPs are voting on whether to find ministers in contempt of Parliament over their decision not to release the full legal advice on the Brexit deal. Opposition parties ...


Brexit: May says EU will not offer 'better deal' if agreement rejected - BBC News
23 Nov 2018

Brexit: May says EU will not offer 'better deal' if agreement rejected  BBC News

Theresa May has said the UK should not hope for a "better deal" from the EU if MPs reject her Brexit agreement. She told a BBC phone-in that there would be ...


Theresa May in last-ditch bid to save Brexit deal despite growing mutiny - The Guardian
09 Dec 2018

Theresa May in last-ditch bid to save Brexit deal despite growing mutiny  The Guardian

Theresa May is set to launch a last-ditch bid to win over mutinous Tory MPs before deciding whether to proceed with a vote on her Brexit deal on Tuesday, as ...


Brexit delay for a Brexiter PM is 'unrealistic', says EU - The Guardian
12 Dec 2018

Brexit delay for a Brexiter PM is 'unrealistic', says EU  The Guardian

EU leaders will want to see who emerges as British prime minister from the Conservative party's leadership contest before considering an extension of the ...


Brexit: Gove warns of referendum if MPs don't back PM's deal - BBC News
02 Dec 2018

Brexit: Gove warns of referendum if MPs don't back PM's deal  BBC News

If MPs don't back Theresa May's Brexit deal there could be another EU referendum, Michael Gove has said. The leading cabinet Brexiteer said Mrs May's deal ...


How Ireland Outmaneuvered Britain on Brexit - Bloomberg
14 Dec 2018

How Ireland Outmaneuvered Britain on Brexit  Bloomberg

Irish diplomats set the terms of the Brexit talks long before the British caught on. Here's how they pulled it off.


Brexit: what can May hope to achieve in her dash to the continent? - The Guardian
11 Dec 2018

Brexit: what can May hope to achieve in her dash to the continent?  The Guardian

Some clues as to how the government intends to satisfy MPs' demands for EU assurances on the backstop.


Brexit plan to OUST May? Brexiteers no-deal exit plan will slash EU divorce bill by HALF - Express.co.uk
15 Dec 2018

Brexit plan to OUST May? Brexiteers no-deal exit plan will slash EU divorce bill by HALF  Express.co.uk

BREXITEER Penny Mordant has fuelled speculation of a leadership plot to oust Theresa May after she established a detailed plan for a “managed” no-deal ...


Brexit study finds significant decrease in diehard leave backers - The Guardian
11 Dec 2018

Brexit study finds significant decrease in diehard leave backers  The Guardian

Britons are growing ever more pessimistic about the state of Brexit negotiations, with even diehard leavers angry with how the past year has gone for their cause, ...


Brexit: The Most Boring Important Story in the World - The New York Times
15 Dec 2018

Brexit: The Most Boring Important Story in the World  The New York Times

Nothing ever changes. The details are mind-numbing. And it will all determine the future of the country.


Brexit: May not ruling out second MPs' vote on deal - BBC News
30 Nov 2018

Brexit: May not ruling out second MPs' vote on deal  BBC News

Theresa May has refused to rule out another Commons vote on her Brexit deal if MPs reject it the first time. The PM said she thought she could win the vote on ...


Brexit latest: EU issues rebuke to Theresa May as her promises unravel - Telegraph.co.uk
13 Dec 2018

Brexit latest: EU issues rebuke to Theresa May as her promises unravel  Telegraph.co.uk

Theresa May was humiliated once again by EU leaders on Thursday night as her attempts to improve her Brexit deal were thrown back in her face.


PMQs: Jeremy Corbyn demands immediate vote on Brexit deal - The Guardian
12 Dec 2018

PMQs: Jeremy Corbyn demands immediate vote on Brexit deal  The Guardian

Jeremy Corbyn has demanded that Theresa May immediately put her Brexit deal to a vote of parliament, using prime minister's questions to lambast the ...


The Scottish Tories are preparing to back a second Brexit referendum - New Statesman
14 Dec 2018

The Scottish Tories are preparing to back a second Brexit referendum  New Statesman

If Ruth Davidson weren't on maternity leave, it's tempting to believe the former Territorial Army Signaller would by now have commandeered a tank and be ...


Is Theresa May a bad negotiator, or is Brexit just an impossible proposition? Answer: Yes. - The Washington Post
14 Dec 2018

Is Theresa May a bad negotiator, or is Brexit just an impossible proposition? Answer: Yes.  The Washington Post

She had an impossible task. But that doesn't mean she didn't make missteps.


'Chaos is complete': what the European papers say about Brexit - The Guardian
11 Dec 2018

'Chaos is complete': what the European papers say about Brexit  The Guardian

Commentators left bemused and frustrated at May's move to delay vote on EU deal.


Brexit gloom to hit housing market into 2019, says RICS - BBC News
13 Dec 2018

Brexit gloom to hit housing market into 2019, says RICS  BBC News

Uncertainty and gloom about Brexit are likely to hit the UK housing market well into next year, surveyors believe. The latest report from the Royal Institution of ...


Theresa May won't rule out 'no-deal' Brexit - BBC News
29 Nov 2018

Theresa May won't rule out 'no-deal' Brexit  BBC News

Theresa May has refused to rule out a 'no deal' Brexit, if the deal agreed with the EU is rejected by MPs. The PM was pressed repeatedly on the issue by MPs, ...


Pound and euro under fresh pressure as Brexit and economy weigh - Financial Times
14 Dec 2018

Pound and euro under fresh pressure as Brexit and economy weigh  Financial Times

Europe's two major currencies came under pressure on Friday, with the pound weakening as Theresa May's attempt to rescue her Brexit deal faced opposition in ...


'In the name of God, GO' Wetherspoons boss REVEALS Theresa May's 'essential Brexit flaw' - Express
15 Dec 2018

'In the name of God, GO' Wetherspoons boss REVEALS Theresa May's 'essential Brexit flaw'  Express

WETHERSPOONS boss Tim Martin has called for Prime Minister Theresa May to resign as he pointed out the “essential flaw” in her negotiating strategy and why ...


Theresa May's Brexit deal is 'huge step into unknown', MPs say - BBC News
09 Dec 2018

Theresa May's Brexit deal is 'huge step into unknown', MPs say  BBC News

Theresa May's Brexit deal has been dealt a *fresh* blow after being given a highly critical verdict from MPs. The Commons Committee on Exiting the European ...


Andrea Jenkyns on Brexit and European Court of Justice - BBC News
11 Dec 2018

Andrea Jenkyns on Brexit and European Court of Justice  BBC News

Conservative Andrea Jenkyns accused the European Court of Justice of "political meddling" after it ruled the UK could cancel Brexit without the permission of the ...


'Despairing' businesses triggering no-deal Brexit plans, says CBI - The Guardian
13 Dec 2018

'Despairing' businesses triggering no-deal Brexit plans, says CBI  The Guardian

Businesses are in “despair” over Brexit and have already diverted hundreds of millions of pounds in investment out of the UK, the Confederation of British ...


‘What happens to Brexit?’ Andrew Sparrow answers readers’ questions - The Guardian
12 Dec 2018

‘What happens to Brexit?’ Andrew Sparrow answers readers’ questions  The Guardian

Guardian political correspondent Andrew Sparrow has been answering readers' questions as the news unfolds.


Brexit: Theresa May denies 'rolling over' on deal - BBC News
27 Nov 2018

Brexit: Theresa May denies 'rolling over' on deal  BBC News

Theresa May has denied claims from DUP leader Arlene Foster that she had "given up" on negotiations before agreeing the Brexit deal. Mrs Foster said the PM's ...


Cross-party cooperation is the only way forward on Brexit - The Guardian
13 Dec 2018

Cross-party cooperation is the only way forward on Brexit  The Guardian

Three obstacles to resolving the Brexit crisis are the editors of the Sun, the Telegraph, and – alas – the Guardian. Your editorial (May has won a reprieve not a ...


Westminster has known the options since 2016. Which Brexit does it want? - The Guardian
14 Dec 2018

Westminster has known the options since 2016. Which Brexit does it want?  The Guardian

The chaos of British politics doesn't change facts. There are three possible approaches, says Guardian columnist Rafael Behr.


Brexit: Where we are in seven charts - BBC News
16 Nov 2018

Brexit: Where we are in seven charts  BBC News

A visual guide to what's been happening with the UK's departure from the EU and its impact on the UK government.


Christmas Agatha Christie will reflect parallels between fascism and Brexit Britain, show's writer says - The Telegraph
15 Dec 2018

Christmas Agatha Christie will reflect parallels between fascism and Brexit Britain, show's writer says  The Telegraph

Viewers of the BBC's new Agatha Christie drama will find many familiar elements: a killer on the loose, a mystery to solve and Hercule Poirot piecing together the ...


Hungary complains Brexit will leave it outnumbered in EU - The Guardian
13 Dec 2018

Hungary complains Brexit will leave it outnumbered in EU  The Guardian

Foreign minister Péter Szijjártó says Britain brought 'common sense' to debate on migration.


Britain Gets a Second Brexit Referendum (by Proxy) - Bloomberg
12 Dec 2018

Britain Gets a Second Brexit Referendum (by Proxy)  Bloomberg

Britons may not get a second referendum on European Union membership, but tonight's vote of confidence in Prime Minister Theresa May among Conservative ...


'A real mess': Brixton residents decry Britain's Brexit chaos - Al Jazeera English
15 Dec 2018

'A real mess': Brixton residents decry Britain's Brexit chaos  Al Jazeera English

In Brixton, a pro-EU stronghold in south London, voters speak of dismay as the UK stumbles towards exiting the EU.


General election before Brexit could cause another 'crash,' strategist says - CNBC
14 Dec 2018

General election before Brexit could cause another 'crash,' strategist says  CNBC

Sterling would plummet and corporations would suffer if the U.K. held an election before Brexit, a Citi strategist told CNBC on Friday.


Brexit backstop plan is calculated risk - Geoffrey Cox - BBC News
03 Dec 2018

Brexit backstop plan is calculated risk - Geoffrey Cox  BBC News

The UK would be "indefinitely committed" to EU customs rules if Brexit trade talks broke down, the chief law officer has said. But Geoffrey Cox said it would not be ...


A no-deal Brexit would be the deranged action of a rogue state - The Guardian
10 Dec 2018

A no-deal Brexit would be the deranged action of a rogue state  The Guardian

This poisonous idea must be taken off the table, says the Guardian columnist Rafael Behr.


Brexit 'delusions' risk putting UK into crisis, warns Ivan Rogers - The Guardian
13 Dec 2018

Brexit 'delusions' risk putting UK into crisis, warns Ivan Rogers  The Guardian

Former UK ambassador to the EU outlines his hopes for more honest leadership during a speech in Liverpool.


Brexit Britain: Small, boring and stupid - POLITICO.eu
13 Dec 2018

Brexit Britain: Small, boring and stupid  POLITICO.eu

BRUSSELS — So here we are at the supposed Brexit cliff — a political crisis and diplomatic crisis rolled into one — and I have a confession. I'm thoroughly ...


No-deal Brexit will leave UK ‘near bankrupt’ warns Sir Richard Branson - The Independent
14 Dec 2018

No-deal Brexit will leave UK ‘near bankrupt’ warns Sir Richard Branson  The Independent

A no-deal Brexit would leave the UK “near bankrupt”, according to Sir Richard Branson. “I'm absolutely certain that quite a few businesses will close if there's a ...


'What fresh Brexit hell is this?': what the papers say about May's delayed vote - The Guardian
11 Dec 2018

'What fresh Brexit hell is this?': what the papers say about May's delayed vote  The Guardian

Drama in the Commons dominates the front pages, with dire predictions for the PM's political future.


Brexit: Theresa May statement delaying Tuesday vote - BBC News
10 Dec 2018

Brexit: Theresa May statement delaying Tuesday vote  BBC News

Some MPs laugh after the prime minister says there is "broad support" for much of the Brexit deal she had negotiated.


Brexit: MPs 'disappointed' with response to inquiry into future of fishing in NI - BBC News
13 Dec 2018

Brexit: MPs 'disappointed' with response to inquiry into future of fishing in NI  BBC News

MPs have said they are disappointed with the government's response to an inquiry into the future of the fishing industry in Northern Ireland. In a letter to the ...


The Guardian view on MPs and Brexit: parliament must decide - The Guardian
11 Dec 2018

The Guardian view on MPs and Brexit: parliament must decide  The Guardian

Editorial: If the sovereignty of parliament is to mean anything, it must mean that the House of Commons has to vote soon on Theresa May's Brexit deal.


Brexit: Draft agreement on future relationship right for UK, says May - BBC News
22 Nov 2018

Brexit: Draft agreement on future relationship right for UK, says May  BBC News

Theresa May has hailed the draft agreement on post-Brexit relations as "right for the whole of the UK" and insisted a deal "is within our grasp". The political ...


Brexit: Challenge to May's leadership intensifies as senior Tory declares 'no confidence' - Politics Live as it happened - The Guardian
12 Dec 2018

Brexit: Challenge to May's leadership intensifies as senior Tory declares 'no confidence' - Politics Live as it happened  The Guardian

Rolling coverage of the day's politics, as Theresa May travels to The Hague, Berlin and Brussels to seek EU support for concessions on the Brexit deal.


Remainers should not be let off the hook on Brexit - The Irish Times
16 Dec 2018

Remainers should not be let off the hook on Brexit  The Irish Times

World View: Remain side is still failing to sell its case despite possibility of a second referendum.


Brexit: Theresa May 'looking at MPs' role on backstop' - BBC News
06 Dec 2018

Brexit: Theresa May 'looking at MPs' role on backstop'  BBC News

Theresa May says she "is talking to colleagues" about their concerns over the Northern Ireland "backstop" ahead of a crucial vote on her EU deal.


Brexit: not just a political shambles, but a disaster for all public policy - The Guardian
14 Dec 2018

Brexit: not just a political shambles, but a disaster for all public policy  The Guardian

Vital services in health, social care and local government are being neglected. It's an unforgivable failure.


Hedge funds make big bets against post-Brexit UK economy - The Guardian
10 Dec 2018

Hedge funds make big bets against post-Brexit UK economy  The Guardian

A pair of hedge funds owned by prominent Brexit supporters have made significant bets against companies exposed to the British consumer including big high ...


Business leaders urge MPs to end infighting after May survives vote - The Guardian
12 Dec 2018

Business leaders urge MPs to end infighting after May survives vote  The Guardian

Business leaders have called on MPs to move on from infighting after Theresa May survived a vote of no confidence in her leadership, while urging the ...


Pound hits 20-month low against US dollar after Brexit vote postponed – as it happened - The Guardian
10 Dec 2018

Pound hits 20-month low against US dollar after Brexit vote postponed – as it happened  The Guardian

News that Theresa May will abandon plans for Tuesday's vote on her Brexit deal is rocking the financial markets.


'Brexit fatigue has set in': what the European papers say - The Guardian
14 Dec 2018

'Brexit fatigue has set in': what the European papers say  The Guardian

Media in the rest of Europe have been scathing about Theresa May's chances of winning further Brexit concessions from the EU27 after the bloc's leaders told ...


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