Brexit

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Brexit: Former Prime Minister David Cameron defends decision to hold EU referendum

Brexit: David Cameron says he held referendum to drain poison from British politics

David Cameron defends decision to hold Brexit referendum

Cameron resigned as Prime Minister within hours of the referendum result

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

MP Barry Sheerman slams Nigel Farage and Brexit ministers over Article 50

MP Barry Sheerman slams Nigel Farage and Brexit ministers over Article 50

MP Barry Sheerman slams Nigel Farage and Brexit ministers over Article 50

MP Barry Sheerman tells Jon Holmes that the Brexit minsters are out of their depth as they do not have an eye for detail

Legs-it: 'The leaders deliberately made a fashion statement and are probably delighted with the fuss', says Ann Widdecombe

Legs-it: 'Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon are probably delighted with the fuss', says Ann Widdecombe

Sturgeon and May are probably delighted with Legs-it fuss, says Anne Widdecombe

Former MP Ann Widdecombe tells Jake Yapp that if Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon had dressed like Angela Merkel at their meeting, no one would have made a fuss about their legs

Leaked European Parliament response to Article 50 shows tough measures on UK

Brexit day: Leaked European Parliament memo on Article 50 hints it will punish UK

European Parliament memo on Article 50 hints it will punish UK

The resolution says Britain won't receive a free trade deal in the next two years and will only get a three-year transition period

Emmanuel Macron vows not to punish UK for Brexit if he wins the French election

Emmanuel Macron vows not to punish UK for Brexit if he wins the French election

Emmanuel Macron vows not to punish UK for Brexit if he wins the French election

The election candidate made it clear he wanted a good working relationship with the UK on the day Article 50 is triggered

#BrexitDay - Twitter reacts to the impending triggering of Article 50

'Here's to the impending collision with reality:' Twitter reacts to #BrexitDay

'Here's to the impending collision with reality:' Twitter reacts to #BrexitDay

The reaction is mixed, to say the least

'Brexit is now about the quality and honesty of our politicians', says businessman Theo Paphitis

Brexit Day: Theo Paphitis blasts EU as 'a failed project' and hails the UK as 'an early adopter of everything'

Theo Paphitis says EU is 'failed project' and Britons are 'early adopters'

Former Dragon's Den panellist tells James Max the only thing that can ruin Brexit is the incompetence of our politicians

MPs leave meeting in protest of 'gloomy' post-Brexit report

Article 50: MPs leave meeting in protest at 'gloomy' post-Brexit report

MPs leave meeting in protest at 'gloomy' post-Brexit report

The Tory MPs were said to have left a private meeting of the Exiting the EU Committee over a report prepared before Article 50 was triggered

Article 50: 'After the two year negotiations, further agreements will still need to be made', says Iain Duncan Smith

Brexit Day: Iain Duncan Smith insists 'Britain has been unhappy in the EU for years'

Iain Duncan Smith insists 'Britain has been unhappy in the EU for years'

Theresa May is set to trigger Article 50 today, starting the Brexit process and two years of negotiations, but Iain Duncan Smith believes negotiations will take much longer

Brexit: James Max argues with The New European Editor Matt Kelly over the EU before formal beginning of Article 50

Article 50: James Max clashes with Remainer who believes we can still stop Brexit

Article 50: James Max clashes with Remainer who believes we can still stop Brexi

Matt Kelly said there's still time for people to change their minds - prompting a frank and passionate exchange of views

Brexit: Sir Keir Starmer lays out what he wants to hear from Theresa May ahead of Article 50 triggering

Brexit: Sir Keir Starmer lays out what he wants to hear from Theresa May ahead of Article 50 triggering

Sir Keir Starmer says what he wants to hear from Theresa May

The shadow Brexit secretary spoke to Paul Ross ahead of the beginning of the formal negotiation period

Brexit decision 'the biggest mistake UK has made in peacetime', says Lord Heseltine ahead of formal Article 50 triggering

Brexit: Lord Heseltine calls Nigel Farage 'a replica' of French far-right leader Marine Le Pen as Article 50 triggered

Brexit would be Margaret Thatcher's worst nightmare, says Lord Heseltine

The Tory grandee also said Nigel Farage was 'a replica' of Marine Le Pen in withering attack on Leave campaign

Nick Clegg: 'People like Boris Johnson, Michael Gove, and Nigel Farage have to deliver campaign promises now' ahead of formal Article 50 triggering

Article 50 day: 'Boris Johnson, Michael Gove, and Nigel Farage have to deliver on their Brexit promises now' says Nick Clegg

'Boris Johnson, Michael Gove, Nigel Farage have to deliver now' says Nick Clegg

The former leader of the Liberal Democrats spoke to Paul Ross ahead of the formal triggering of exit negotiations from the European Union.

'UKIP will be the guard dogs of Brexit on campaign goals', says Suzanne Evans

'UKIP will be the guard dogs of Brexit on campaign goals', says Suzanne Evans

Theresa May is to formally trigger Article 50 on Wednesday afternoon, marking the start of the two-year negotiation period

Brexit: Article 50 to be triggered by Theresa May today

Brexit: Article 50 triggered by Theresa May

Brexit: Article 50 triggered by Theresa May

The Prime Minister has formally notified the European Union of the beginning of the negotiation period

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Legs-it: 'The headline is not sexist and doesn't make a difference to anything', says caller

'Legs-it headline isn't sexist - what's wrong with showing pretty ladies with nice legs?'

'Legs-it headline isn't sexist - what's wrong with showing nice legs?'

A caller told Alexis Conran that women can't be sexist to other women and the internet is interfering with everyone's lives

Legs-it: 'The Daily Mail's headline was offensive, but they have the right to use it', says former editor

Legs-it: 'The Daily Mail's headline was offensive, but they have the right to use it', says former editor

'The Daily Mail's headline was offensive, but they have the right to use it'

Former editor of the Sunday Mirror believes those in charge of the Daily Mail will be happy about the publicity they have received today

Nigel Farage has gained traction in America through his friendship with Donald Trump

California independence leader says 'Nigel Farage is not welcome here'

California independence leader says 'Farage is not welcome here'

Louis Marinelli, founder of Yes California, says Farage and his ideology are inimical to California's interests

Legs-it: Sarah Vine continues her long line of controversial articles

From legsit to feminazis: Sarah Vine's long history of controversial columns

From legsit to feminazis: Sarah Vine's long history of controversial columns

Sarah Vine is currently in the middle of a firestorm - but it's familiar ground for the outspoken Mail columnist

'Whilst Theresa May is in power there won't be a Scottish independence referendum', says political commentator

'Whilst Theresa May is in power there won't be a Scottish independence referendum', says political commentator

'Whilst Theresa May is in power there won't be a Scottish referendum'

Theresa May met with Nicola Sturgeon ahead of triggering Article 50 and has repeated her view that there should not be a second Scottish independence referendum until after Brexit

'I'd boycott them if I didn't think they were already scum' - Twitter furious over Daily Mail 'Legs-it' headline

'I'd boycott them if I didn't already think they were scum' - Twitter furious over Daily Mail 'Legs-it' headline

Daily Mail accused of sexism and misogyny over 'Legs-it' headline

The Mail ran a picture of Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon at their Monday meeting in Glasgow, with the caption asking 'who won legs-it?'

David Davis firmly states UK won't pay £50 billion EU divorce bill

David Davis firmly states UK won't pay £50 billion EU 'divorce bill'

David Davis firmly states UK won't pay £50 billion EU 'divorce bill'

The Brexit Secretary made his stance clear in an appearance on BBC Question Time

Monday, March 27, 2017

Monday, March 27, 2017

'The Tories will fail on immigration and UKIP will become more popular', says UKIP's Neil Hamilton

'UKIP isn't dying - we're still doing better than Labour' says Neil Hamilton

'UKIP isn't dying - we're still doing better than Labour' says Neil Hamilton

UKIP's only MP Douglas Carswell has announced that he will be leaving the party to become an independent, but Neil Hamilton isn't worried about the future of the party

Jeremy Corbyn's Brexit ultimatum to Theresa May leads to accusations of sabotaging the upcoming negotiations

Jeremy Corbyn accused of sabotaging Brexit with 'unrealistic' ultimatum

Jeremy Corbyn accused of sabotaging Brexit with 'unrealistic' ultimatum

Mr Corbyn said Labour MPs would only vote for a deal which grants unfettered access to the single market

Theresa May to halt Nicola Sturgeon's plans for Indyref 2 ahead of Article 50 triggering

Theresa May to tell Nicola Sturgeon once and for all: No new independence referendum before Brexit

May to tell Sturgeon once and for all: No new referendum before Brexit

The Prime Minister and Scottish First Minister are to meet two days ahead of the formal triggering of Article 50

Brexit campaigner Gina Miller says she's always thought of herself as super woman

Brexit crusader Gina Miller: 'I always saw myself as Super Woman'

Brexit crusader Gina Miller: 'I always saw myself as Super Woman'

Brexit campaigner Gina Miller has called on the public to 'keep an eye' on the Government as the take us out of the European Union

Friday, March 24, 2017

Friday, March 24, 2017

Nicola Sturgeon is determined to force another referendum on Scottish independence

Can Nicola Sturgeon legally hold an independence referendum?

Can Nicola Sturgeon legally hold an independence referendum?

As debate continues to rage in Scotland, we weigh up whether the Scottish Parliament has the legal right to call a new vote without Westminster's consent

Brexit: 'The European Investment Bank could owe us money,' says MEP Syed Kamall in response to Jean-Claude Juncker's claims

London MEP hits back at Juncker on Brexit: 'EU could actually owe us money'

London MEP hits back at Juncker: 'EU could actually owe us money'

The MEP for London spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the European Commission President's claims of a fee owed to the EU

Anti-Brexit groups in turmoil over status of weekend March for Europe protest

Anti-Brexit groups in turmoil over status of weekend March for Europe protest

Anti-Brexit groups in turmoil over status of weekend protest

Pro-EU campaigners have received mixed messages as to whether the march has been cancelled or not in the wake of the Westminster terror attack

Brexit is 'a tragedy and failure', says European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker

Brexit is 'a tragedy and failure', says European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker

Brexit is 'a tragedy and failure', says president Jean-Claude Juncker

The European Commission President was speaking to the BBC ahead of the negotiations being triggered by Article 50

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

'Jeremy Corbyn is utterly inept so George Osborne is attempting to be the voice of moderation', says journalist

Jeremy Corbyn is so inept that George Osborne thinks he can be the voice of the soft Brexiteers, says Polly Toynbee

'Osborne wants to exploit Corbyn's ineptitude and become voice of soft Brexit'

Guardian columnist believes George Osborne wants those who oppose a hard Brexit to rally around him

What did the Labour leader not ask the Prime Minister today?

PMQs: Six vital questions Jeremy Corbyn didn't ask Theresa May

PMQs: Six vital questions Jeremy Corbyn didn't ask Theresa May

What did the Labour leader not ask the Prime Minister today?

Scottish independence: 'There will be a long stand off between the SNP and the UK Government', says journalist

'Many Scottish independence supporters don't like the EU at all - they voted Remain for tactical reasons'

'There will now be a long stand off between the SNP and the UK Government'

Scotland Editor of The Spectator Alex Massie believes the SNP are trying to blame Theresa May and the Tories for having another Scottish referendum soon

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Comedian Geoff Norcott on teaching, politics and Brexit

Comedian Geoff Norcott on teaching, politics and Brexit

Comedian Geoff Norcott on teaching, politics and Brexit

The Conservative-voting comedian is touring with his show Conswervative until June

The letter to the BBC was signed by over 70 MPs

BBC rejects Brexit 'bias' claims: 'We're simply holding politicians to account'

BBC rejects Brexit 'bias' claims: 'We're simply holding politicians to account'

BBC says it is providing unbiased scrutiny of Brexit and will continue to do so

Brexit: Early deals ready for after Article 50 triggering, says website report

Brexit: Early deals ready to go when Article 50 triggered - reports

Brexit: Early deals ready to go when Article 50 triggered - reports

'Informal talks' have reportedly been held with the German government, despite the EU line forbidding talks before negotiations begin

Michael Gove suggests the media should be more positive regarding Brexit

Brexit BBC 'bias' claims: Michael Gove says 'those who voted Leave deserve respect'

Michael Gove says Brexiteers 'deserve respect' after MPs' BBC letter

Gove also tells Julia Hartley-Brewer he remains confident of deal with EU

BBC Brexit coverage: 'Letter is not a bashing, I'm concerned they're not connecting, says Julian Knight MP

Brexit 'bias' claims: MP who wrote letter says 'BBC staff see themselves as citizens of the world... but most people don't'

MP who wrote BBC 'bias' letter: 'I simply want them to connect with public'

Julian Knight, the Tory MP for Solihull, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the letter he wrote to the BBC's director-general about the coverage of Brexit

BBC criticised by MPs over Brexit coverage

BBC criticised by MPs over Brexit coverage

BBC criticised by MPs over Brexit coverage

More than 70 MPs have written in a letter to the BBC director-general Lord Hall

Monday, March 20, 2017

Monday, March 20, 2017

George Galloway opening monologue: 'If the Tories lose their majority, what happens to Brexit?'

George Galloway: 'If the Tories lose their majority over expenses scandal, what happens to Brexit?'

George Galloway: 'If the Tories lose their majority, what happens to Brexit?'

Our host delivered a powerful opening monologue about the state of the Conservative party in the wake of an incredibly difficult week

Jonny Gould has called for Tony Blair to "rethink his think tank".   Over the weekend, the former Prime Minister created the Institute for Global Change, a think tank which he is insisting will fill the gap in the "centrist middle ground" of British politics.   The think tank will fight the rise of "authoritarian populism", which Mr. Blair believes is currently undermining democracy.   Our presenter said the former Prime Minister was underestimating the resolve of Leave voters.  He said: "His [Blair's] new

Brexit: 'Tony Blair needs to rethink his thinktank thinking' says Jonny Gould

Brexit: 'Tony Blair needs to rethink his thinktank thinking' says Jonny Gould

The former PM started up a new thinktank to combat the rise of populism over the weekend

Article 50: Historically March 29 has been a good day for Britain

Article 50 day: History suggests March 29 is a great day for Britain

Article 50 day: History suggests March 29 is a great day for Britain

Downing Street have announced that Article 50 will be triggered on March 29, and in the past it seems some good events have happened on this day

Theresa May to trigger Article 50 on March 29

Theresa May to trigger Article 50 on March 29

Theresa May to trigger Article 50 on March 29

As Theresa May starts a tour of the UK, Downing Street has announced the date that Article 50 will be triggered soon, beginning the Brexit process

Kezia Dugdale: 'Nicola Sturgeon calls for Brexit clarity, but SNP have had four different stances on EU membership'

Kezia Dugdale: 'Nicola Sturgeon calls for Brexit clarity - but she can't make up her own mind on EU'

Kezia Dugdale: 'Sturgeon calls for Brexit clarity, then keeps changing her mind'

The leader of the Labour Party in Scotland popped by the studio for a discussion with Julia Hartley-Brewer

'Good MPs don't want to be opportunistic and call a snap general election', says MP John Redwood

Theresa May mustn't call a snap election just to hammer Jeremy Corbyn, says Tory veteran John Redwood

'May mustn't call a snap election just to hammer Corbyn' says John Redwood

Reports claim some Conservative MPs have asked the chief whip to push Theresa May into calling a general election, however John Redwood believes there is no reason to do so

'Snap election suicide for the Labour Party, but some who see no option to remove Jeremy Corbyn', says Sun Columnist Trevor Kavanagh

Snap election: 'Some Labour MPs are willing to commit political suicide to remove Jeremy Corbyn'

'Some Labour MPs are willing to destroy their party to remove Corbyn'

Trevor Kavanagh spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the chances of Theresa May calling an early election

Friday, March 17, 2017

Friday, March 17, 2017

Evening Standard: 'George Osborne won't be an MP by the next general election if he keeps the editor job', says former editor

Evening Standard: George Osborne unlikely to still be an MP by next election, says former editor

'George Osborne won't be an MP by the next election if he remains a news editor'

Former chancellor George Osborne has been appointed as the editor of the London Evening Standard, however former editor Paul Connew believes he won't be able to do both jobs

Theresa May to form more "united nation" as Brexit process is due to begin

Theresa May vows to form more 'united nation' as Brexit process begins

Theresa May vows to form more 'united nation' as Brexit process begins

The Prime Minister is to give a keynote speech at the Conservative Spring Forum in Cardiff

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Theresa May has rejected the SNP's demand for a new referendum

SNP MP says Theresa May is ‘even more arrogant than Margaret Thatcher’ after Scottish referendum snub

SNP MP says Theresa May is ‘even more arrogant than Margaret Thatcher’

Mrs May has rejected Nicola Sturgeon's timescale for a second referendum, saying 'now is not the time'

Theresa May rejects Nicola Sturgeon's call for Scottish independence referendum

Theresa May rejects Nicola Sturgeon's call for new Scottish independence referendum

Theresa May rejects Nicola Sturgeon's call for new Scottish referendum

Theresa May has said it is not the right time for a Scottish independence referendum, however the Prime Minister has not ruled the referendum out indefinitely

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

'Not even Brexit affected polls for Scots who want independence', says Spectator editor Fraser Nelson

Not even Brexit made Scotland want independence, says Spectator editor Fraser Nelson

Not even Brexit made Scotland want independence, says Spectator editor

Fraser Nelson, editor of the Spectator, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer's bid for a new independence vote

SNP lawmaker blames Tories for absurd EU volte-face report

SNP lawmaker blames Tories for 'absurd' reports that Nicola Sturgeon has changed her mind on EU

SNP lawmaker blames Tories for 'absurd' EU volte-face report

SNP MSP Kate Forbes told Julia Hartley-Brewer that they need to hold a referendum in order to honour the commitment they made in their manifesto

Nicola Sturgeon to abandon EU bid after poll showing record Scottish Euroscepticism emerges, say reports

Nicola Sturgeon 'to abandon EU bid after poll shows Scots more eurosceptic than ever'

Sturgeon 'to drop EU bid after poll shows Scots more eurosceptic than ever'

The Scottish First Minister is reportedly dropping her plan to try to keep Scotland in the European Union, one day after announcing plans for a new independence referendum

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

'Anyone who thinks the Scottish independence referendum poses no risk is deluded', says journalist

'Anyone who thinks the Scottish independence referendum poses no risk is deluded', says journalist

'Those who think a Scottish independence referendum poses no risks are deluded'

Alex Massie says there's every chance Scotland would vote for independence

Scottish independence: 'Nicola Sturgeon's announcement is only a diversion', says Ian Murray MP

Scottish independence: Nicola Sturgeon's announcement is an appalling diversion, says Ian Murray MP

Nicola Sturgeon announcement is an appalling diversion, says Scottish Labour MP

Ian Murray, Labour's only MP in Scotland for Edinburgh South, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the Scottish First Minister's referendum vote announcement

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