The Port of Dover is “100 per cent ready” for a clean, no-deal Brexit, according to Doug Bannister, the port’s Chief Executive Officer.
Nigel Farage has called on the Conservative Party again to agree an election pact with his Brexit Party, warning that if the Tories refuse, they will be responsible for “saddling the country with a Corbyn administration”.
LONDON (AP) – Ireland’s deputy prime minister says the “mood music” over Brexit negotiations is improving but the sides remain far apart.
Something terrible has happened to the UK news cycle. Has there been a glitch in the space-time continuum? Is it like the final scene of Terminator II being played out in 3-D?
Iraq War architect and controversial former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair has taken aim at Dominic Cummings, a one-time senior figure in the pro-Brexit campaign who now advises PM Boris Johnson in Downing Street, calling him a “quasi-anarchist”.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was accused by one of the country’s former leaders of obstructing Parliament by shutting down the legislature for five weeks, as a landmark Brexit case at the U.K. Supreme Court came to a head on Thursday.
British manufacturing has received a boost as Brexit-backing billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe confirmed his brand new 4×4 will be built at a plant in Wales.
Brexit Party MEPs have criticised Conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend parliament as a “huge mistake” because it has united Remainer MPs from different parties around the common cause of stopping Brexit.
John Longworth, the Director-General of the British Chambers of Commerce turned Brexit Party MEP, has hailed a guarantee from Britain’s biggest insulin supplier that there will be no shortages of the medication if the country makes a clean, no-deal break with the European Union at the end of October.
France and Finland have told the UK that talks will be “over” and the UK should prepare for no deal unless Boris Johnson submits alternatives to the withdrawal treaty — however, the European Parliament have said they are willing to support yet another Brexit delay.
The Electoral Commission has finally conceded that Remain campaigners broke electoral rules on joint spending during the EU referendum and issued fines.
Poland’s ambassador to the United Kingdom has urged his country’s expatriates to “seriously consider returning to their homeland” after Brexit.
The British government was back at the country’s Supreme Court on Wednesday, arguing that Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament for five weeks just before the country is set to leave the European Union was neither improper nor illegal.
Jeremy Corbyn has said that if Labour wins the next election, he would renegotiate a Brexit deal even softer than Theresa May’s withdrawal treaty and would “give the people a final say” in a second referendum where the options would be the soft Brexit deal versus remaining in the EU.
Nigel Farage has warned that the humiliation of Prime Minister Boris Johnson by the “pip-squeak prime minister of Luxembourg” during Brexit talks was a sign of the bad faith the EU plans to have with the UK if the country accepts the withdrawal treaty, saying now is the time for a “clean break Brexit”.
Britain’s top trade envoy said Wednesday that she expected to strike a free trade deal with Australia within months of leaving the European Union.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s treatment at the hands of Luxembourg’s prime minister confirms why the UK wants out of the European Union, Donald Trump’s ambassador in London reportedly said.
The UK Supreme Court in London has heard its first day of submissions on the legality of the suspension of Parliament by the Prime Minister, which saw the government lawyer questioning whether the judges even had the authority to rule on the matter.
Prominent anti-Brexit activist and lawyer Jolyon Maugham has admitted that there is a “flaw” in the Benn Act which could allow a no deal Brexit on October 31st. Johnson’s predecessor Theresa May had agreed a withdrawal treaty with the EU,
Mounting that evidence that Prime Minister Boris Johnson is willing to sign up to Theresa May’s withdrawal treaty with the European Union minus its contentious “backstop” may lead to a showdown with Tory Brexiteers on his backbenches.
The Supreme Court, the highest court in the United Kingdom, is going to rule whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s suspension of parliament was illegal.
Pupils at a high school in Slough have accused their teachers of peddling anti-Brexit “propaganda”, expressing concern that their biased, political views could “mould the minds” of younger children who are yet to form their own opinions.
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”.