Brexit

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Jeremy Corbyn holds stronger leadership rating than Theresa May, poll finds

Jeremy Corbyn holds stronger leadership rating than Theresa May, poll finds

Jeremy Corbyn holds stronger leadership rating than Theresa May, poll finds

The survey also found Labour and the Conservatives had equal results on people's voting intentions

Brexit: Sir Keir Starmer claims EU doesn't believe Theresa May can uphold promises

Brexit: Sir Keir Starmer claims EU doesn't believe Theresa May can uphold promises

Sir Keir Starmer claims EU doesn't believe Theresa May can uphold Brexit vows

The shadow Brexit secretary gave an interview to The Guardian newspaper ahead of the Prime Minister's address on Brexit in Florence

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Alastair Campbell offered some strong advice for Jeremy Corbyn on talkRADIO

Jeremy Corbyn doesn't realise how much work he has to do to become Prime Minister, says Alastair Campbell

Campbell: Corbyn doesn't realise the fight he has ahead of him

Tony Blair's former spin director says new Labour rule-change is overly defensive

Alastair Campbell believes Boris Johnson should have remained a journalist

'Boris Johnson is a joke and Brexit is just a public school game to him': Alastair Campbell savages foreign secretary

'He's a joke driven by his ego': Alistair Campbell savages Boris Johnson

Campbell said Boris Johnson should never have entered politics and Theresa May's rift with her foreign secretary is worse than anything that happened between Tony Blair and Gordon Brown

Boris Johnson was reportedly on the brink of resigning from the Cabinet

Tory MP Kwasi Kwarteng: 'Cabinet differences over Brexit are greatly exaggerated'

Tory MP claims 'Cabinet differences over Brexit are greatly exaggerated'

Kwasi Kwarteng accuses Theresa May of over-playing Brexit divisions

Brexit: 'Tory grassroots wouldn't have been happy with Boris Johnson's resignation', says editor

Brexit: 'Tory grassroots wouldn't have been happy with Boris Johnson's resignation', says editor

'Tory grassroots wouldn't have been happy with Boris Johnson's resignation'

Jonathan Isaby, the editor of Brexit Central, discussed the speculation surrounding the Foreign Secretary with Julia Hartley-Brewer

Boris Johnson backs down from resignation brink with new Cabinet truce

Boris Johnson backs down from resignation with new Cabinet truce

Boris Johnson backs down from resignation with new Cabinet truce

The Foreign Secretary had indicated he would resign if his Brexit vision - outlined by his article in The Daily Telegraph - did not occur

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Boris Johnson will quit if Theresa May opts for soft Brexit, says Telegraph

Boris Johnson will quit if Theresa May opts for soft Brexit, says Telegraph

Paper with close links to Johnson says he will have no option but to step down if Theresa May opts for a 'Swiss-style arrangement'

Brexit: 'Europeans would have to be crazy to force ECJ on security deal talks', says rear admiral

Brexit: EU would have to be crazy to frustrate security deal, says former MoD director-general

'Europeans would be crazy to force ECJ on security talks', says rear admiral

Chris Parry, a former Director General of the Ministry of Defence, said his belief the Europeans wouldn't stress the issue of the European Court of Justice to maintain the ad

Theresa May and Boris Johnson to meet in New York to discuss Brexit article

Theresa May and Boris Johnson to meet in New York to discuss Brexit article

Theresa May and Boris Johnson to meet in New York to discuss Brexit article

The Foreign Secretary caused controversy with an article written for the Daily Telegraph over the weekend

Monday, September 18, 2017

Monday, September 18, 2017

Stanley Johnson said Boris wouldn't care about being sacked for his Brexit article

Boris Johnson's father Stanley: 'Boris basically invented euroscepticism'

Boris Johnson's father Stanley: 'Boris basically invented euroscepticism'

Stanley Johnson defended his son on James Whale's show

Brexit: David Davies MP defends Boris Johnson and attacks Jean-Claude Juncker

Brexit: David Davies MP defends Boris Johnson and attacks Jean-Claude Juncker

David Davies MP defends Boris Johnson over article, attacks Jean-Claude Juncker

The MP for Monmouth spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the Foreign Secretary's Brexit article over the weekend

Theresa May to travel to Canada to prepare post-Brexit trade deal

Theresa May to travel to Canada to prepare post-Brexit trade deal

Theresa May to travel to Canada to prepare post-Brexit trade deal

The Prime Minister will meet with Canada's leader Justin Trudeau to lay the foundation for the deal

Boris Johnson to have 'crunch talks' with Theresa May in wake of Brexit article

Boris Johnson to have 'crunch talks' with Theresa May in wake of Brexit article

Boris Johnson to have 'crunch talks' with Theresa May in wake of Brexit article

The Foreign Secretary has been accused of being a 'backseat driver' after an article on Brexit for The Telegraph

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Jacob Rees-Mogg MP on George Osborne, his faith, and Jean Claude-Juncker's Brexit speech

WATCH: Jacob Rees-Mogg MP on George Osborne, his faith, and Jean Claude-Juncker's Brexit speech

Listen to the full interview with Jacob Rees-Mogg

The MP for North East Somerset and potential Tory leadership candidate came onto talkRADIO for a chat with Julia Hartley-Brewer

Jacob Rees-Mogg: 'Jean-Claude Juncker's Brexit speech proves we were right to vote Brexit'

'Jean-Claude Juncker's Brexit speech proves we were right to vote Brexit'

Jacob Rees-Mogg claims no deal is better than a bad deal for the UK ad the EU needs to get its act together

Theresa May to give key Brexit address in Florence

Theresa May to give key Brexit address in Florence

Theresa May to give key Brexit address in Florence

The Prime Minister is to address the current state of negotiations and restate the Government's wish for a good EU relationship

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Nigel Farage was furious at the 'blood on his hands' interview

Nigel Farage 'blood on his hands' controversy: Media monitor blasts 'sensationalist' BBC

Media monitor blasts 'sensationalist' BBC over Nigel Farage controversy

David Keighley says 'Brexit bias is a systemic problem' at the corporation

UK should pay EU in transitional period to resolve Brexit Bill row, says former minister

UK should pay EU in transitional period to resolve Brexit Bill row, says former minister

UK should pay EU in transition period to resolve bill row, says former minister

Lord Bridges, a former Brexit minister, suggested an agreement to pay into the budget in transition might move talks forward

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Brexit: 'The UK gives more to the EU in defence than it gets back', says former Royal Navy officer

Brexit: Former Navy officer says EU has a 'can't fight, won't fight' policy on defence

Royal Navy officer says EU has a 'can't fight, won't fight' policy on defence

The Government has announced that it will continue to be committed to European security even after Brexit

Jeremy Corbyn faced a sizeable rebellion on the EU Withdrawal Bill

Labour Brexit rebel Kate Hoey plays down purge reports: 'Jeremy Corbyn understands us'

Labour Brexit rebel Kate Hoey plays down purge reports: 'Corbyn understands us'

Kate Hoey says she voted to respect the will of the people and this sort of attitude should be respected

Brexit: 'EU withdrawal bill powers not really what people were voting for', says Jenny Chapman MP

Corbyn's shadow Brexit minister says Labour rebellion was 'expected'

Shadow Brexit minister says Labour rebellion was 'expected'

Jenny Chapman spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer after the EU Withdrawal bill moves onto its next stage

Brexit: Cabinet ministers accused of using military protection as bargaining chip

Brexit ministers accused of 'gunboat diplomacy' and David Davis branded 'a dejected bully'

Brexit ministers accused of 'gunboat diplomacy'

A negotiation paper highlighting how crucial UK military protection is to European security is being released by the Government

Labour divisions over Europe exposed as Repeal Bill passes first vote

Jeremy Corbyn faces divisions in Labour Party as Repeal Bill passes first vote

Jeremy Corbyn faces divisions in Labour Party as Repeal Bill passes first vote

There were seven MPs who voted against the whip, while 13 abstained from voting

Monday, September 11, 2017

Monday, September 11, 2017

Michael Heseltine supported Tony Blair's comments on migration

Brexit: Michael Heseltine supports Tony Blair on border u-turn

Brexit: Michael Heseltine supports Tony Blair on border u-turn

Heseltine says Blair is 'absolutely right' to address the issue

Boris said he agrees with Jean-Claude Juncker's forthcoming comments

Brexit: Boris Johnson says Jean-Claude Juncker's vision for Europe is 'fantastic'

Brexit: Boris Johnson says Jean-Claude Juncker's vision for Europe is 'fantastic

Juncker is due to map out a strategy for the 'renaissance' of the EU, and Johnson wants one for Britain as well

Brexit: deportation of EU nationals has increased since referendum, say figures

Brexit: Deportation of EU nationals has soared since referendum, new figures show

Deportation of EU nationals has soared since Brexit referendum, figures show

The Independent has acquired and analysed official government data which revealed the increase

Brexit: Voting against EU bill would be choosing a 'chaotic' exit ahead of key vote, says David Davis

Brexit: Voting against EU bill would be choosing a 'chaotic' exit ahead of key vote, says David Davis

Voting against EU bill is choosing a 'chaotic' exit, says David Davis

The bill to absolve EU law into faces its first key test in Parliament on Monday

Friday, September 8, 2017

Friday, September 8, 2017

Tom Brake came under fire from Julia on her show this morning

Brexit: Julia tells Remainer Tom Brake 'you want to have your cake and eat it'

Julia tells Remainer Tom Brake 'you want to have your cake and eat it'

Brake says he has deep concerns about the 'Henry VIII powers' implicit in the Great Repeal Bill

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Thursday, September 7, 2017

'The EU is now a German Europe in all but name', says MP Sir Bill Cash

Brexit MP Sir Bill Cash says the EU has become a German empire

Brexit MP Sir Bill Cash says the EU has become a German empire

Sir Bill Cash says the European Union is a bureaucracy masquerading as a democracy

EU withdrawal bill: 'There must be an alternative' to granting Government 'Henry VIII powers' says professor

Brexit: 'There must be an alternative to granting Government Henry VIII powers'

Brexit: 'There must be an alternative to granting Government Henry VIII powers'

Steve Peers, a professor of EU law at Essex University, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the clause which would grant the Government power to change any legislation

Brussels to lay responsibility of Irish border with UK after Brexit

Brussels to leave Britain full responsibility for sorting Irish border after Brexit

EU to leave Britain full responsibility for sorting Irish border after Brexit

A paper outlining the EU position will be released later on Thursday

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Home Office leak: 'Government are doing the right thing, abuses of our money will stop', says David Davies MP

Home Office leak: 'Government are doing the right thing and they should go further', says David Davies MP

'Government should go even further', says Tory MP after Brexit leak

David Davies, MP for Monmouth, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the leak of key papers to control immigration after Brexit

Sir Michael Fallon insists UK won't close off as Home Office immigration paper leak causes political row

Sir Michael Fallon insists UK won't close itself off despite immigration paper leak

Michael Fallon insists UK won't close itself off after immigration paper leak

The Defence Secretary said the leak did not represent the Government's position, but appeared to back plans to reduce immigration

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

John Redwood says Theresa May and ministers would be breaking the law by paying 'Brexit bill'

John Redwood says Theresa May would be breaking the law by paying Brexit 'divorce bill'

John Redwood says Theresa May would be breaking the law by paying 'Brexit bill'

The MP for Wokingham and prominent leave campaigner said there's no law authorising such a payment, other than regular EU contributions

Brexit: EU official calls decision 'stupid', says it could still be reversed

Brexit: Jean-Claude Juncker's right-hand man calls decision 'stupid', says it could still be reversed

Juncker's right-hand man calls Brexit 'stupid', says it could still be reversed

Martin Selmayr, Jean-Claude Juncker's chief of staff, said it was 'legally' possible that the UK could turn back from negotiations

Monday, September 4, 2017

Monday, September 4, 2017

'Tony Blair's moving into openly treasonous territory with Jean-Claude Juncker meeting', says George Galloway

'Tony Blair's moving into openly treasonous territory with Jean-Claude Juncker meeting', says George Galloway

'Tony Blair's moving into openly treasonous territory with Juncker meeting'

George Galloway didn't hold back on the former Prime Minister for meeting with Jean-Claude Juncker

Brexit: 'EU elite are worried their European super state will collapse when we come out' says Peter Bone MP

Brexit: 'EU elite are worried their European super state will collapse when we come out' says Peter Bone MP

'EU elite are worried their European super state will collapse when we come out'

Peter Bone MP claimed the elite members of the European Union were doing what they could to protect their institution in an interview with Julia Hartley-Brewer

Royal Baby: 'People love the idea of a baby so soon after Diana's commemoration', says royal commentator

Royal baby is welcome relief from Diana anniversary sadness, says former Buckingham Palace spokesman

Royal baby is welcome relief from Diana sadness, says former Palace spokesperson

Kensington Palace announced today the Duchess of Cambridge was expecting her third child

Friday, September 1, 2017

Friday, September 1, 2017

Nicky Morgan MP on the Tory election campaign, Brexit, and women in Parliament

Nicky Morgan: 'I could vote against Theresa May if we don't get good Brexit deal'

Nicky Morgan: 'I'd vote against Theresa May if we don't get good Brexit deal'

The MP for Loughborough and newly-elected chair of the Treasury Select Committee spoke to Katie Perrior in a far-reaching interview

Brexit: 'Liam Fox's playing like a Millwall fan from the 70s', says Pro-EU group chair

Brexit: Pro-EU campaigner likens Liam Fox to 'Millwall football fan from the 70s'

'Liam Fox's playing like a Millwall fan from the 70s', says Pro-EU group chair

Peter Wilding spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the international trade secretary's comments about the EU negotiations

David Davis a 'determined optimist' about good Brexit deal after difficult EU talks

David Davis insists he's a 'determined optimist' about Brexit

David Davis insists he's a 'determined optimist' about Brexit

The Brexit Secretary is to express his optimism about Britain's chances in a speech to the US Chamber of Commerce

Thursday, August 31, 2017

Thursday, August 31, 2017

Nigel Farage got some rather funny deadline day messages this afternoon

'Nigel Farage is signing for Arsenal': Former Ukip leader trolled with deadline day messages after tweeting about announcement

Nigel Farage trolled with deadline day jokes after 'announcement' tweet

Ukip leader tried to steal the attention away from deadline day. And got his comeuppance

Staines believes Corbyn remains an unsolvable riddle for the Tories

The Tories haven't a clue how to fight the Jeremy Corbyn menace, says Guido Fawkes blogger

The Tories haven't a clue how to fight the Corbyn menace, says Guido Fawkes

Paul Staines also says Theresa May will step aside before 2022 and Jacob Rees-Mogg would be a 'joke candidate'

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Analysis shows Twitter account could be part of Russian disinformation campaign

Russian agent 'posing as Ukip supporter to spread anti-EU propaganda on Twitter'

Russian agent 'posing as Ukip supporter to spread anti-EU propaganda on Twitter'

A Twitter account which claims is owner is a Ukip supporter based in Southampton and the Isle of Wight has raised suspicions

Brexit negotiations to continue after UK position is criticised by EU officials

Brexit: Theresa May says she wants to move on from Jean-Claude Juncker criticism

Theresa May says she wants to move on from Jean-Claude Juncker criticism

Jean-Claude Juncker and Michel Barnier lambasted papers outlining the UK position on key issues

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Boris Johnson has been widely ridiculed in recent months - but Katie Perrior reckons he gets an unfair press

Theresa May's former comms director defends Boris Johnson: 'He's a character'

Theresa May's former comms director defends Boris Johnson: 'He's a character'

Katie Perrior defends Boris in interview with former Tory MP Jerry Hayes, who said the foreign secretary has been set up to fail and is doing so spectacularly

John McTernan believes the Government hasn't got a clue on key issues

Brexit: Tony Blair's former advisor blasts Theresa May and David Davis for 'keystone cops' tactics

Tony Blair's former advisor blasts David Davis for 'keystone cops' tacti

John McTernan says the EU knows it is holding all the cards

'Who the hell does he think he is?' - Twitter slams Jean-Claude Juncker after he deems UK Brexit position 'unsatisfactory'

'Who the hell does he think he is?' - Brexiteers round on Jean-Claude Juncker after his criticism of Britain

Brexiteers round on Jean-Claude Juncker after he blasts UK position

The European Commission President was not impressed by the papers outlining the direction the country wanted to take for Brexit

'Brexit needs to be negotiated by sensible women, not butch macho males', says Labour MP

'Brexit needs to be negotiated by sensible women, not butch macho males', says Labour MP

'Brexit needs to be negotiated by sensible women, not butch macho males'

Labour MP Paul Flynn says he hates to be sexist, yet admits his comments on Brexit negotiations are sexist

EU warnings on clarity are like 'the haka before a rugby game', says Daniel Hannan MEP

EU Brexit warnings 'like the haka before a rugby game', says Daniel Hannan MEP

'This is like the Haka before a rugby game' says pro-Brexit MEP

The MEP and prominent leave campaigner spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the EU's call for clarity on the UK's Brexit position

Brexit: Negotiations to continue after EU warns UK must 'get serious'

Brexit: Negotiations to continue after EU warns UK must 'get serious'

Brexit negotiations to continue after EU warns UK must 'get serious'

Michael Barnier called for the UK to clarify its position

Boris Johnson condemns North Korea latest missile test

Boris Johnson condemns North Korea for 'reckless and illegal' missile test

Boris Johnson condemns North Korea for 'illegal' missile test

The missile flew over the island of Hokkaido, prompting panic

Friday, August 25, 2017

Friday, August 25, 2017

Boris Johnson: UK will not pay 'a penny more or less" to EU post Brexit

Boris Johnson: UK will not pay 'a penny more or less" to EU post-Brexit

Boris Johnson says UK will not pay 'a penny more or less" to EU post-Brexit

The Foreign Secretary made the comments in an interview with Radio 4

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Brexit: Theresa May firmly rejects accusations UK will stay under justice from foreign courts

Brexit: Theresa May firmly rejects accusations UK will stay under justice from foreign courts

Theresa May firmly rejects claims UK will stay under justice from foreign courts

The Prime Minister gave a key speech in Guildford to deny claims her Government's strategy would still allow European courts to have indirect jurisdiction

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