Brexit

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Paul Nuttall defends UKIP's importance ahead of unveiling election manifesto

Paul Nuttall said UKIP 'more important than ever' as party launches manifesto

Paul Nuttall said UKIP 'more important than ever' as party launches manifesto

The party's election manifesto is due to be announced ahead of a national minute's silence for the victims of the Manchester terror attack

Monday, May 22, 2017

Monday, May 22, 2017

Nicola Sturgeon's election strategy is completely justified

Why young independence supporters need to back Sturgeon in June

Why young independence supporters need to back Sturgeon in June

Ignore the rabid right-wing press - there's every reason to go to the polls and ensure the unionists' defeat is as crushing as possible

Theresa May has promised consultations on all manner of issue

Theresa May and her many consultations

Theresa May and her many consultations

The Prime Minister has said she will consult the public on social care - but critics might suggest this is her answer for everything

Tim Farron believes Lib Dems offer a better vision than either 'mean-spirited' Tories or 'divided' Labour

Tim Farron: Britain deserves better than cold, selfish Theresa May

Tim Farron: Britain deserves better than cold, selfish Theresa May

The Lib Dem lays out his party's case in a special election column for talkRADIO

Election 2017: New poll shows Labour gain nine points following manifesto launch

Election 2017: New poll shows Labour up nine points after manifesto launch

New poll shows Labour up nine points after manifesto launch

The party has cut the lead on points currently held by the Conservatives, according to a newly-released poll

Friday, May 19, 2017

Friday, May 19, 2017

Theresa May accused of cowardice after no-show at Leaders Debate

Theresa May accused of cowardice after no-show at Leaders debate

Theresa May accused of cowardice after no-show at Leaders debate

The ITV leaders debate was held in Salford yesterday

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Weed, houses and Brexit - The Liberal Democrats' manifesto

Weed, taxes and Brexit - The Liberal Democrats' manifesto unpacked

Weed, taxes and Brexit - The Liberal Democrats' manifesto unpacked

The Liberal Democrats have released their manifesto and pledges nucleus tax rises, the legalisation of cannabis and a second EU referendum

Michael Barnier says talks will begin day after Brexit

EU's Brexit negotiator says talks will start day after UK election - and there's no desire for 'no deal'

EU's Brexit negotiator says talks will start day after UK election

Michel Barnier says talks will be fair - but warns Theresa May that transparency is essential

Monday, May 15, 2017

Monday, May 15, 2017

'No one can influence Theresa May, she has her own mind and views', says former Downing Street comms director

Former Theresa May spin doctor says Jeremy Corbyn is bad for democracy

Former Theresa May spin doctor says Jeremy Corbyn is bad for democracy

Katie Perrior tells Sam Delaney that staff weren't lying when they said there wouldn't be an early election

Friday, May 12, 2017

Friday, May 12, 2017

'The Government manipulates defence statistics to appear stronger in Brexit negotiations', says Royal Marine

UK war hero claims government manipulates defence figures for Brexit

UK war hero claims Britain manipulates defence figures for Brexit

Royal Marine James Glancy tells Carole Malone that he fears those being trained in the army now won't be prepared enough for deployment

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

'Brexit is starting to resemble a coup d'etat', claims leading academic

'Brexit is starting to resemble a coup d'etat', claims leading British academic

'Brexit is starting to resemble a coup d'etat', claims leading British academic

Professor Anthony Clifford Grayling gave an interview which was published in 'La Tribune' in France

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

'Calling a general election now is a smart move, as it will allow for calm, sensible Brexit negotiations'

Brexiteer James Cleverly struggles when grilled on EU migrants by James Whale

Brexiteer struggles when grilled on EU migrants by James Whale

Our presenter gets frustrated as Cleverly tries to explain his position

Far-right in France - What happens now, after Emmanuel Macron's election win?

Marine Le Pen may be beaten - but her far-right movement is still growing

Marine Le Pen may be beaten - but her far-right movement is still growing

France voted to reject far-right values and policies with the defeat of Marine Le Pen on Monday

'Young people need a life raft in the Brexit storm', says former Green Party leader

'Young people need a liferaft in the Brexit storm', says former Green Party leader

'Young people need a liferaft in the Brexit storm', says Green Party

Former Green Party leader Natalie Bennett tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that the Green Party are focusing on winning young people's votes

'I want Jeremy Corbyn to be Prime Minister, he won't be able to do what he wants', says Labour candidate

'I want Jeremy Corbyn to be Prime Minister, he won't be able to do what he wants', says Labour candidate

'With Jeremy Corbyn as Prime Minister, he won't be able to do what he wants'

Labour candidate Paul Flynn tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that the general election is nothing to do with Brexit

Andy Street says he doesn't always agree with Theresa May

New West Midlands Mayor Andy Street says he disagrees with Theresa May on some policies

New West Midlands Mayor says he disagrees with Theresa May on some policies

Streets says he won't necessarily agree with the Tories in his new role

Monday, May 8, 2017

Monday, May 8, 2017

Emmanuel Macron - what does the En Marche leader's election mean for Brexit?

Why are Nigel Farage and the Brexit gang so scared of Emmanuel Macron?

Why are Nigel Farage and the Brexit gang so scared of Emmanuel Macron?

Macron could prove to be a sizeable roadblock for Theresa May's Brexit vision

'Labour's tax policy is shambolic and it won't work', says Iain Duncan Smith

Iain Duncan Smith warns Emmanuel Macron: 'French people will suffer if you take a hardline on Brexit'

Iain Duncan Smith says Emmanuel Macron is an 'absolute threat' to France

Iain Duncan Smith believes if Labour implemented its tax plans, it wouldn't have enough money to fund its policies

'Emmanuel Macron will be more beneficial to the UK than Marine Le Pen', says journalist

'Emmanuel Macron will be better for Brexit than Marine Le Pen', says journalist

'Emmanuel Macron will be better for Brexit than Marine Le Pen', says journalist

The Telegraph's Europe editor Peter Foster believes Emmanuel Macron won't accept Theresa May's vision of Brexit

Brexit group insults Emmanuel Macron after he wins the French presidency

Nigel Farage-backed Brexit group insults Emmanuel Macron after victory over Marine Le Pen

Nigel Farage-backed Brexit group insults Emmanuel Macron

Leave.EU blasted France's president-elect on Twitter, saying the French had 'rolled over like they did in 1940'

Banksy EU mural in Dover provokes online debate

Banksy Brexit mural in Dover provokes heated online debate

Banksy EU mural in Dover provokes online debate

The illustration which appeared near the A20 showed a man cracking a star off an EU flag

Friday, May 5, 2017

Friday, May 5, 2017

After Emily Thornberry likened Theresa May to Cersei Lannister, which other political leaders match up to Game of Thrones characters?

Which UK political leaders compare to Game of Thrones characters?

Emily Thornberry likened Theresa May to Cersei Lannister. We thought we'd compare the others

'Labour have written their suicide note with Jeremy Corbyn', says David Mellor

'Labour have written their suicide note with Jeremy Corbyn', says David Mellor

'Labour have written their suicide note with Jeremy Corbyn', says David Mellor

The former Tory MP and broadcaster spoke to Paul Ross about the local election tallies as the results come through

Paul Nuttall spoke after a tough night for UKIP at the polls

Paul Nuttall on UKIP local election wipeout: 'We're victims of our own success'

Paul Nuttall says UKIP are 'victims of our own success' after losing 108 seats

Nuttall putting brave face on tough night at the polls for eurosceptic party

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Theresa May speech: 'Senior figures say Britain doesn't understand reality as EU defines it,' says John Redwood

Brexit 'dinner party from hell' article wrong on all counts, says John Redwood

Brexit 'dinner party from hell' article wrong on all counts, says John Redwood

The Tory grandee defended Theresa May's speech in an interview with James Whale

Farage says Le Pen will destroy the EU

Nigel Farage comes out for Marine Le Pen: 'She'll destroy the EU and help Brexit'

Nigel Farage comes out in support of Marine Le Pen

Farage believes Le Pen will help Britain's cause in the forthcoming Brexit negotiations

Theresa May launches extraordinary attack on top EU officials

Theresa May accuses top EU officials of trying to frustrate Brexit

Theresa May accuses top EU officials of trying to frustrate Brexit

The Prime Minister accused them of trying to torpedo Brexit and meddle in the UK general election

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Remainer James McGrory accepts Brexit is inevitable, but we can still stay in the single market

Remainer James McGrory: 'Brexit is going to happen but Theresa May can't be given a blank cheque'

Remainer James McGrory: 'Theresa May can't be given a blank cheque'

Open Britain director says many British people are simply unrealistic in their expectations ahead of the Brexit negotiations

Twitter reacts to Malcolm Baker after he accosts Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron

'I love Malcolm Baker and his fantastic company': The best reactions to Tim Farron's Brexit grilling

The best reactions to Tim Farron's Brexit grilling

The pensioner had a heated argument with the leader of the Liberal Democrats, and the video posted to Twitter has gone viral

Brexit voter Malcolm Baker confronts Tim Farron on campaign trail: 'You think all Leave voters are racist'

WATCH Angry Brexit voter confronts Tim Farron on campaign trail

Angry pensioner becomes instant social media sensation by confronting Lib Dem leader

Brexit: EU's top negotiator rubbishes 'dinner party from hell' report

EU's top Brexit negotiator rubbishes 'dinner party from hell' report

Michel Barnier says meeting was perfectly cordial - and he was even able to discuss a shared passion with Theresa May

Brexit: 'Juncker regards a prosperous UK with friendly EU relationship as a threat to the Union', says MEP Daniel Hannan

'Jean-Claude Juncker regards a good Brexit as a threat to the entire EU', says MEP Daniel Hannan

Juncker regards a good Brexit as a threat to the entire EU, says Daniel Hannan

The politician spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the so-called Brexit bill, claiming the European Commission president is terrified that the EU's core doctrine of 'ever closer union' will be threatened

Brexit: David Davis insists UK won't pay €100bn divorce bill

Brexit: David Davis insists UK won't pay €100bn EU divorce bill

Brexit: David Davis insists UK won't pay €100bn EU divorce bill

The Brexit Secretary made this clear to Good Morning Britain amid claims by the Financial Times that the bill has increased

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Article 50: Should no deal for the UK be acquired, could it be reversed?

Brexit: Could Article 50 actually be reversed?

Brexit: Could Article 50 actually be reversed?

The formal process for the United Kingdom to leave the EU was triggered in March, and the two-year negotiation period has begun

'Brexit negotiations will be dirty, confrontational and not conducted secretly', says journalist

'Brexit dinner leak is Juncker's dirty attempt to divide and rule', says Telegraph journalist

'Brexit dinner leak is Juncker's dirty attempt to divide and rule'

The Telegraph's Europe Editor Peter Foster tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that Theresa May is naive if she thinks Brexit negotiations will be completed in secret

'Reports of Brexit talks will show the Commission in a bad light around Europe', says trade negotiator

Jean-Claude Juncker has damaged himself by leaking Brexit dinner details to the press, says trade negotiator

'Juncker has damaged himself by leaking Brexit dinner details to the press'

Shanker Singham believes negotiation powers in Europe will be shifted from the Commission to council ministers quickly

Monday, May 1, 2017

Monday, May 1, 2017

A report of last week's meeting claims Jean-Claude Juncker was aghast at Theresa May's attitude

'Juncker is the deluded one': Brexiteers blast 'dinner party from hell' report

'Juncker is the deluded one': Brexiteers blast 'dinner party from hell' report

A report in the German media has been heavily critical of Theresa May - but Brexiteers believe it is nothing but empty propaganda

Downing Street rubbishes Jean Claude-Juncker Brexit dinner report

Downing Street rubbishes Jean Claude-Juncker Brexit dinner report

Government insists meeting was constructive

The report has been described as a tactical leak by leaders in Brussels

EU leaders think Brexit talks will collapse after 'disastrous Downing Street dinner' details leaked

EU thinks Brexit talks will collapse after 'Downing Street dinner disaster'

Jean Claude-Juncker's dinner with Theresa May made no progress and only deepened concerns in Brussels, according to report in German media

Friday, April 28, 2017

Friday, April 28, 2017

Boris Johnson's sister 'confirms she has joined Liberal Democrats' on Twitter

Boris Johnson's sister 'confirms she has joined Liberal Democrats' on Twitter

Boris Johnson's sister 'confirms she has joined Liberal Democrats' on Twitter

Rachel Johnson retweeted her husband's tweet, which appears to suggest that she has joined the Liberal Democrats

'Angela Merkel's Brexit comments on UK politicians are actually beneficial for Theresa May', says political editor

Merkel's latest Brexit comments actually help Theresa May, says political editor

Merkel's latest Brexit comments actually help Theresa May, says political editor

Angela Merkel claims British politicians are living under and illusion that the UK will keep its rights after leaving the EU

Donald Tusk warns Britain it must honour EU financial commitments before trade talks begin

Donald Tusk warns Britain it must pay 'divorce bill' before Brexit trade talks can begin

Donald Tusk warns UK must pay 'divorce bill' before Brexit trade talks can begin

The president of the European Council has said that the UK must sort out its history with the EU, before it sorts out its future

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Nuttall has attracted controversy for his statements on Hillsborough

UKIP leader Paul Nuttall confirms he'll stand for election

UKIP leader Paul Nuttall confirms he'll stand for election

Nuttall confirms he'll stand but declines to reveal the seat

'Boris Johnson's mugwump comment was used on purpose as a Brexit distraction', says political correspondent

'Boris Johnson's mugwump comment was a deliberate Brexit distraction'

'Boris Johnson's mugwump comment was a deliberate Brexit distraction'

Political correspondent Rupert Myers believes the Conservatives will only use Boris Johnson at the start of their general election campaign

Green Party co-leader claims it wouldn't be undemocratic to allow public vote on Brexit deal

Green Party co-leader claims it wouldn't be undemocratic to give public a vote on Brexit deal

Green co-leader backs second Brexit vote

Caroline Lucas says people deserve a say on final Brexit deal - but Julia Hartley-Brewer accuses her of lying in her interpretation of what leaving EU really means

EU trade chief says Britain will get post-Brexit free trade deal 'for sure'

EU trade chief says Britain will get post-Brexit free trade deal 'for sure'

European Commissioner for Trade says deal will definitely happen

Johnson has suggested the money will go to 'our priorities' rather than the NHS

Boris Johnson backpedals on NHS Brexit promise

Boris Johnson backpedals on NHS Brexit promise

Johnson faced a grilling over his promise that Brexit would unlock £350m a week for a health service

Zac Goldsmith selected as Tory party election candidate for Richmond Park seat

Zac Goldsmith selected as Tory party election candidate for Richmond Park seat

Zac Goldsmith selected as Tory party election candidate for Richmond Park seat

The former MP resigned from the party after Heathrow Airport was selected for expansion last year

Britain could remain bound to the European Convention on Human Rights until 2022

Britain could remain bound to European human rights law until 2022 - despite Brexit

Britain could remain bound to European human rights until 2022 - despite Brexit

Senior Government officials are claiming the Government plans to abandon its plans to leave the ECHR

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

NUS President Shakira Martin – the underdog who has overcome every challenge in her way

Shakira Martin: The new NUS President who's open to Israel and claims she's more radical than Corbyn

Meet the new NUS President who claims she's even more radical than Corbyn

The single mother from Lewisham has just been elected as the president of the National Union of Students

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

'They will never be the same again' - Nestle plans to move Blue Riband production to Poland

'They will never be the same again' - Nestle plans to move Blue Riband production to Poland

'They'll never be the same again' - Nestle plans to move Blue Riband production

Nestle has announced a plan to move Blue Riband production, if it takes place it would result in around 300 job losses

Banks has accused UKIP of waging war on Muslims

UKIP donor Arron Banks accuses party of waging 'war on Muslims'

UKIP donor Arron Banks accuses party of waging 'war on Muslims'

Banks blasts UKIP as burqa ban policy continues to cause fierce criticism

MP Barry Gardiner on UK Brexit deal: 'If you're on a cliff edge with a tiger behind you, you'd go back round the tiger'

Labour MP Barry Gardiner on Brexit deal: 'If you're on a cliff edge with a tiger behind you, you'd turn round and face the tiger'

MP Barry Gardiner refuses to say whether Labour would accept a bad Brexit deal

Labour MP Barry Gardiner explains Labour's Brexit strategy to Julia Hartley-Brewer

General Election: Labour vows to guarantee EU national rights if they win

Labour hints at delaying Brexit if Parliament rejects deal

Labour hints at delaying Brexit if Parliament rejects deal

Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer insisted Labour would go for a different deal in Brexit negotiations than what Theresa May had planned

Monday, April 24, 2017

Monday, April 24, 2017

Tim Farron says his is the only party capable of stopping hard Brexit

Election 2017: Lib Dem membership nears record level as Remainers and soft Brexiteers flock to party

Lib Dem membership nears all-time record level

Party claims to have welcomed over 12,000 new members in just six days

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