Police are assessing allegations by Nigel Farage that Brexit Party candidates were approached by the Conservatives and offered peerages in the House of Lords.
Hillary Clinton waded into British politics again, saying Brexit is a symptom of ‘problems’ and that the UK is ‘on the path to fascism’.
Labour is being deserted by its traditional power base as working-class voters are now more likely to support the Conservatives, polls say.
Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, has openly intervened in British politics, telling European Union loyalists who want to stop Brexit: “Don’t give up.”
The European Union has announced 13 new military projects, spearheaded by France, bringing the total number of EU army projects to 47.
In another humiliating – albeit symbolic – blow to the Brexit movement in the UK, Boris Johnson is set to nominate a commissioner to the EU.
Boris Johnson’s Conservatives have polled 14 points clear of their nearest rivals, the increasingly hard-left Labour party of Jeremy Corbyn, his best-projected result since the election was called in October.
“Star Trek” actor Patrick Stewart has declared himself “embarrassed” to be British amid the ongoing Brexit saga, describing the country’s democratic vote to leave the European Union in 2016 as a “disgrace.”
Nigel Farage, after his decision to put ‘country before party’ and not stand Brexit Party candidates in Conservative-held seats, has called on Boris Johnson reciprocate by standing down in Labour-held seats not won by the Conservative Party in ‘100 years’.
The UK has once again defied the expectations of economists, enjoying the 13th quarter of growth since the 2016 Brexit referendum.
A man who heckled Brexit leader Nigel Farage and was reported in the British media as merely being a “member of the public” is actually a Labour activist and local chairman recently photographed with far-left party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Rarely have I seen Nigel Farage look so drained, grey and subdued as he did when announcing today in Hartlepool that he was standing down a chunk of his army. His Brexit Party will not be contesting any of the
Brexit leader Nigel Farage has made defeating unashamedly anti-Brexit parties his primary election goal, announcing Monday he has stood down all candidates in seats won by the Conservatives so not to split the pro-Brexit vote.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has reportedly stepped in to hold together the beleaguered anti-Brexit ‘People’s Vote’ campaign, which has been hit by several controversies including allegations of sexual harassment.
A poll has revealed that a significant majority of both Conservative and Brexit Party voters back a Leave Alliance.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has said that he hopes Boris Johnson changes his mind on forming a Leave Alliance and called on the prime minister to drop two aspects of the EU-approved withdrawal treaty that could lock the UK in the EU post-Brexit.
Former Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow has dropped any pretence of neutrality on Brexit now he has stepped down, branding it “the biggest foreign policy mistake in the post-war period”.
Brexit Party MEP Claire Fox has told the European Union its “obsession” with hate speech has led to it “leading the way” on censorship and empowering the transgender lobby to deplatform lesbians and feminists who criticise its agenda.
LONDON (AP) – The growth outlook for the British economy has deteriorated largely as a result of a gloomier global backdrop, the Bank of England said Thursday as it refrained from cutting rates in the run-up to a general election that could have huge repercussions on Brexit.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has suggested that he will continue freedom of movement in a new renegotiated soft-Brexit treaty if he becomes prime minister.
Nigel Farage is reportedly extending an olive branch to individual Conservatives by potentially standing down Brexit Party candidates in Tory Brexiteer seats, in order to ensure a Brexit government.
BRUSSELS (AP) – The European Union is preparing to pay Turkey tens of millions of euros to help bolster its coast guard, a senior EU official said Wednesday, as increasing numbers of people leave the country in hopes of finding sanctuary or jobs in Europe.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has insisted his “oven-ready” deal with the European Union is “great” and “able to deliver all the advantages of leaving the EU” — if the public gives him a working majority in the December snap election.
Jeremy Corbyn has refused to rule out backing the cancellation of Brexit as a price for powersharing with the Liberal Democrats.
Outgoing President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker has blamed his “friend” Tony Blair, in part, for Brexit, because the former prime minister continued to mislead the British people that the European Union was merely an economic project.
Nigel Farage is putting ego before country and destroying Brexit… is the narrative being assiduously promoted by the Conservative party.
LONDON (AP) — Long-serving Labour Party lawmaker Lindsay Hoyle was elected speaker of Britain’s House of Commons on Monday, taking up the job with a clear message: I’m not John Bercow.