TORY Brexit watchdog Jacob Rees-Mogg today warned Theresa May it would be “cretinous” to strike a customs deal with the EU after Brexit. The senior MP also admitted he doesn’t know whether the “enigmatic” PM actually supports the policy of quitt
Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen 1.04pm BST Here is Ryan Mac, BuzzFeed’s tech reporter, with an assessment of Aleksandr Kogan’s evidence to the culture committee.My assessment of Kogan so far: He's answered most ?s
Britain’s hopes for a bespoke deal to let the City of London access the EU, and companies across the Channel to access finance in the UK, has taken a blow as a top European Commissioner warned that Brussels wants to keep an unusually tight hold
The youth have been robbed.A phrase repeated daily by Remain supporters as they point to a generation stripped of their rights to love, work, and marry in Europe. It is in these young people, who ‘voted overwhelming to Remain’ that the pro-EU
THERESA May’s allies are urging her to confront pro-EU Brexit rebels with a Commons vote – as it emerges she will duck another showdown with them this week. The PM will tell ministers to stay away from a backbench debate on Thursday when rebel Tory MP
The U.K.’s looming exit from the European Union brought senior European officials to Spain’s main naval base for a military display designed to make the case for Spain to take over the U.K.’s command-and-control role.
It’s clear a sensible withdrawal will involve compromise. No one will be totally happy but a brave PM would do what was rightWho can say, hand on heart, that the customs union was uppermost in their mind in the polling booth on referendum day? Each vote
Theresa May has suffered a fresh Parliamentary defeat over Brexit after the House of Lords voted to keep the EU’s human rights charter in British law.Peers voted by 316 votes to 245 for a cross-party amendment to the EU (Withdrawal) Bill that aims t
Talk of a softening in opposition to giving financial services sector a special Brexit deal is rejected A claim from the UK’s City minister that the EU is softening its opposition to giving the country’s financial services sector a special Brexit deal
Liverpool manager calls for another vote on European future‘There is not one time in history where division creates success’ Jürgen Klopp, the manager of Liverpool, has told the Guardian that Brexit “makes no sense at all” and that he believes Br
Rolls-Royce is preparing to relocate the “signing off” of British-made airliner engines to Europe, as the EU aviation authority will hold the right to certify they are safe to fly in the event of a hard Brexit.
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Tory rebel remainers warned that they have Theresa May's future in their hands.
An upcoming vote on staying in the customs union after Brexit could be treated as a vote of confidence in her leadership.
Aides to the prime minister have
EY Item Club says uninspiring economy is ‘chugging along’ as inflation continues to dropThe UK economy is set for another year of uninspiring growth in 2018, according to the latest forecasts from the EY Item Club.This week’s first-quarter GDP figur