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Thursday, February 22, 2018

Thursday, February 22, 2018

Theresa May's 'war cabinet' meets today

There's no appetite to reverse Brexit, says Iain Duncan Smith

There's no appetite to reverse Brexit, says Iain Duncan Smith

Former Tory leader says people have voted and that can't be reversed

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Femi Oluwole had a head-to-head with Julia this morning

Julia grills young activist who says many Brexiteers will be dead by time we leave EU

Julia grills young anti-Brexit activist who thinks young voters count more

Femi Oluwole suggests young people have more of a say in Brexit than old people - and it doesn't go down well with his 49-year-old host

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Campbell described Boris Johnson as a 'charlatan' and said the two parties were as bad as each other

Brexit: Julia Hartley-Brewer asks Alastair Campbell 'why do you suddenly care what the people think?'

Julia asks Alastair Campbell 'why do you suddenly care what the people think?'

Campbell said Boris Johnson was a 'charlatan' and repeated his call for a second referendum

Boris Johnson, seen here going for a Valentine's Day morning run, should start being honest with people, reckons James McGrory

Boris Johnson needs to start being honest with Britain about Brexit, says Remainer

'Boris Johnson needs to start being honest with Britain about Brexit'

Remainer James McGrory says it's time Boris stopped trying to pretend we can have our cake and eat it

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Sir Bill Cash has said Brexit minister David Davis, seen here meeting EU negotiator Michel Barnier, and the rest of the government must be robust in its approach to Brexit

Brexiteer Bill Cash says Britain must not accept EU threats and 'we may have to walk away from negotiations'

Brexiteer Bill Cash says Britain must not accept EU threats

Cash says we may have to abandon the talks if the EU's posturing continues

Peter Hain said Brexiteers are guilty of deluding themselves

Peter Hain says Brexiteers are living in fantasy land

Peter Hain: Brexiteers are living in fantasy land

Former Northern Ireland secretary said Julia was peddling 'tabloid-style headlines'

Thursday, February 1, 2018

Thursday, February 1, 2018

Theresa May should take a leaf out of Margaret Thatcher's book, says Lord Tebbit

Norman Tebbit says Theresa May must learn from Margaret Thatcher to deliver strong Brexit

Norman Tebbit says Theresa May must learn from Margaret Thatcher

Lord Tebbit says Thatcher wasn't afraid to seek alternative views and May should do likewise

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Bolton has split from girlfriend Jo Marney over her racist comments

Ukip MEP says Henry Bolton is 'betraying Brexit' after quitting spokesman role

Ukip MEP says Henry Bolton is 'betraying Brexit' after quitting spokesman role

Bill Etheridge says Bolton is 'doing almost irreperable damage every day'

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Virgin Trains says the Mail's core editorial stance is incompatible with its own values

Daily Mail executive claims Virgin Trains ban 'is a stunt and they'll regret it'

Daily Mail executive claims Virgin Trains ban 'is a stunt and they'll regret it'

Andrew Pierce asked 'are they saying their customers who are Mail readers are not suitable to travel on their trains?'

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Blair believes British people should have right to reconsider

Tony Blair launches campaign for second EU referendum

Tony Blair launches campaign for second EU referendum

Blair declares war on Brexiteers with video and article

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

The Lib Dems have campaigned against Brexit ever since Britain voted to leave the EU last June

Liberal Democrats demand new Brexit referendum in 12 months

Liberal Democrats demand new Brexit referendum in 12 months

Pro-Remain party says it wants another referendum in December 2018

Brexit 'transition period' must be complete by December 31, 2020, EU says

Brexit 'transition period' must be complete by December 31, 2020, EU says

News broke this morning

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Protests continue against Brexit, 18 months on from the vote

Three-quarters of Britons want EU workers' rights protected after Brexit, poll finds

May will face Tory mutiny if she curbs workers' rights after Brexit, poll shows

Study also shows that over six in 10 Tories hold this view

Monday, December 18, 2017

Monday, December 18, 2017

'EU knows there's a House of Commons majority ready to vote to block Brexit', says George Galloway

'EU knows there's a House of Commons majority ready to vote to block Brexit', says George Galloway

'EU knows there's a House of Commons majority ready to vote to block Brexit'

George Galloway delivered his opening monologue on the defeat of the Government over an amendment to grant MPs a meaningful vote on the final deal

Brexit: Theresa May to seek trade deals with other countries in transition period despite EU rules

Brexit: Theresa May to seek trade deals with other countries in transition period despite EU rules

Theresa May to seek trade deals with other countries in transition period

The Prime Minister is to vow to MPs to continue to seek other trade arrangements despite potentially being bound by EU rules for two years after Brexit

Friday, December 15, 2017

Friday, December 15, 2017

'EU and political establishment are doing what they can to overturn Brexit' claims UKIP MEP

Brexit rebels are simply trying to slow down the process, claims Ukip MEP Gerard Batten

Brexit rebels simply trying to slow down the process, says Ukip's Gerard Batten

Gerard Batten, Ukip's Brexit spokesperson and an MEP, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the Government's defeat over the EU Withdrawal Bill

Brexit: EU leaders set to approve progression to trade talks

Brexit: EU leaders set to approve progression to trade talks

Brexit: EU leaders set to approve progression to trade talks

The EU summit in Brussels looks ready to advance onto the second phase of the withdrawal negotiations

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Brexit: Negotiations phase two will be 'real test' of EU unity, says Donald Tusk

Brexit: Negotiations phase two will be 'real test' of EU unity, says Donald Tusk

Brexit: Negotiations phase two will be 'real test' of EU unity, says Donald Tusk

The President of the European Council was speaking at a critical EU summit where the 27 member-states are expected to green light talks of trade

EU Withdrawal bill: Government defeat 'doesn't damage Brexit process', says John Redwood MP

EU Withdrawal bill: Government defeat 'doesn't damage Brexit process', says John Redwood MP

Government defeat 'doesn't damage Brexit process', says John Redwood MP

John Redwood, the MP for Wokingham, spoke to Julia Harltey-Brewer about the blow received by the Government over the EU withdrawal bill

Brexit: Theresa May to travel to EU summit after humiliating defeat over EU withdrawal bill

Brexit: Theresa May to travel to EU summit after humiliating defeat over EU withdrawal bill

Theresa May to travel to EU summit after humiliating defeat over EU bill

The Government was defeated over an amendment to grant MPs a meaningful vote on the terms of the final deal

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Julia said Brexit was simple - it's about maintaining trade without political influence

Julia tells Remainer Peter Wilding 'Brexit is about the people taking back control, not Parliament'

'Brexit is about people taking back control, not Parliament,' says Julia

Julia had her usual feisty debate with Remainer Peter Wilding this morning

Brexit: David Davis writes to MPs in last-ditch attempt to stop revolt over EU Withdrawal bill

Brexit: David Davis writes to MPs in last-ditch attempt to stop revolt over EU Withdrawal bill

David Davis writes to MPs in last attempt to stop revolt over EU Withdrawal bill

Theresa May faces a revolt unless MPs are given a meaningful vote on the final deal with the EU

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Jeremy Corbyn keen to resist pressure to give details of Labour's Brexit plans

Jeremy Corbyn keen to resist pressure to give details of Labour's Brexit plans

Jeremy Corbyn keen to resist pressure to give details of Labour's Brexit plans

Comments in recent days from key figures have suggested the party would favour continued membership in the single market

Brexit: Theresa May implores EU nationals to stay in the UK after European Union departure

Brexit: Theresa May implores EU nationals to stay in the UK after European Union departure

Theresa May implores EU nationals to stay in the UK after Brexit

The Prime Minister wrote an open letter to foreign nationals from the EU in the wake of the negotiation breakthrough on Friday

Brexit: David Davis clarifies 'statement of intent' remarks which confused the Irish Government

Brexit: David Davis clarifies 'statement of intent' remarks which confused the Irish Government

David Davis clarifies 'statement of intent' remark after Irish Government reacts

The Brexit Secretary had said over the weekend last Friday's EU agreement was a 'statement of intent', which the Irish branded to be 'bizarre'

Brexit: Ministers preparing for fresh battle as EU withdrawal bill returns to the Commons

Brexit: Ministers preparing for fresh battle as EU withdrawal bill returns to the Commons

Ministers prepare for fresh battle as EU withdrawal bill returns to the Commons

Ministers are trying to see off a potential rebellion from Tory backbenchers

Friday, December 8, 2017

Friday, December 8, 2017

Irish minister welcomes UK-EU Brexit negotiation agreement

Irish minister welcomes UK-EU Brexit negotiation agreement

Irish minister welcomes UK-EU Brexit negotiation agreement

Simon Coveney said Ireland supports the talks moving to the next phase of negotiation on Twitter

Remainer Peter Wilding is clearly unimpressed with the Brexit deal

Brexit deal is a total surrender and we're just limping on to the next crisis, says Remainer Peter Wilding

Brexit deal is a total surrender, says Remainer Peter Wilding

British Influence campaigner also says fear of Jeremy Corbyn is behind DUP's stance

UK will align with EU regulations if no solution is found for Irish border in trade talks

Brexit: UK will align with EU regulations on Irish border if no solution found in trade talks

UK will align with EU rules on Irish border if no solution found in trade talks

More details of the arrangement agreed by Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker have been disclosed

'We now move on to phase two of the UK's disintegration' - Twitter users slam news of Brexit breakthrough

'What's the point of Brexit then?': Critics hammer Theresa May despite 'breakthrough'

'What's the point of Brexit then?': Critics hammer Theresa May over breakthrough

Some users on the social network site weren't so happy with the announcement of 'sufficient progress' in the talks on Friday morning

Brexit: Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker announce 'breakthrough' in talks

Brexit: Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker announce 'breakthrough' in talks

Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker announce 'breakthrough' in Brexit talks

The European Commission president said 'sufficient progress' had been made to progress onto trade

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

'Brexit talks about Irish border could be simple if there was political will for it', says Northern Irish Labour MP Kate Hoey

'Brexit talks about Irish border could be simple if there was political will for it', says Northern Irish Labour MP Kate Hoey

'Brexit talks about Irish border would be simple if there was political will'

Kate Hoey, the Labour MP for Vauxhall spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer after a deal on the border to the Republic fell apart at the eleventh hour

Brexit: Theresa May dealt major setback after DUP rejects Irish border proposals

Brexit: Theresa May dealt major setback as DUP rejects Irish border proposals

Theresa May dealt major Brexit setback as DUP rejects Irish border proposals

The DUP's decision came after an announcement had already been made about a deal over the border

Monday, December 4, 2017

Monday, December 4, 2017

Brexit: UK and EU reportedly closer to agreement on Irish border

Brexit: UK and EU reportedly closer to agreement on Irish border

UK and EU reportedly closer to agreement on Irish border in Brexit talks

Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council, made a statement on Twitter

Sir Richard Aikens warns Theresa May against Brexit negotiations

Brexit negotiations could 'lose the UK the right to control border as well as citizens rights' says Sir Richard Aikens

Sir Richard Aikens warns Theresa May against Brexit negotiations

A Brexit deal offering that could mean the European Court of Justice (ECJ) is able to continue issuing rulings that are binding on the British courts has received a backlash

Brexit: One in four young people reveal they would cut pensions to stop Brexit

One in four young people reveal they would cut pensions so that the UK will not leave the EU

Brexit: One in four young people reveal they would cut pensions to stop Brexit

One in four young Remain voters are prepared to cut pensions in order to remain in the EU, whereas one in four older Leave voters would prefer wages to be cut for young people in order to leave

Brexit: Theresa May to meet key EU figures in effort to break

Brexit: Theresa May to meet key EU figures in effort to break deadlock

Brexit: Theresa May to meet key EU figures in effort to break deadlock

The talks have been stalled over the issue of the border with Ireland

Friday, December 1, 2017

Friday, December 1, 2017

MPs say hard border to Republic of Ireland appears 'inevitable' after Brexit

MPs say hard border with Republic of Ireland appears 'inevitable' after Brexit

MPs say hard border with Republic of Ireland appears 'inevitable' after Brexit

The Exiting the EU Committee in the House of Commons said this appeared possible if the UK leaves the single market and customs union

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Thursday, November 30, 2017

'F*** him, he's a Communist' - Noel Gallagher blasts Jeremy Corbyn in promotional interview for album

'F*** him, he's a Communist' - Noel Gallagher blasts Jeremy Corbyn in promotional interview for album

Noel Gallagher blasts Jeremy Corbyn in promotional interview for album

The former Oasis band member was speaking to Paste magazine about 'Who Built The Moon?' when he labelled the Labour leader 'a Communist'

Irish Minister calls on the UK Government to present 'political solution' to border issue

Brexit: Irish Minister Michael Creed calls on the UK Government to present 'political solution' to border issue

Irish Minister calls on UK government for 'political solution' to border issue

Michael Creed, the Irish Agriculture Minister, made the comments during a BBC interview

Damien Green to meet Scottish Ministers for key Brexit talks

Damian Green to meet Scottish Ministers for key Brexit talks

Damian Green to meet Scottish Ministers for key Brexit talks

The Scottish Government refuses to grant the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill legislative consent

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Carole Malone has an almighty row with Alastair Campbell over Brexit

Carole Malone has a major row with Alastair Campbell over Brexit

Carole Malone has a major row with Alastair Campbell over Brexit

Tony Blair's former Director of Communications and our host had a major dispute over the progress of the EU withdrawal

Brexit: 'If there is a deal, people will turn against the Government', says Peter Bone MP amid divorce bill reports

Brexit: 'People will turn against the Government over this divorce bill', says Leaver Peter Bone

'People will turn against the Government over this divorce bill'

Pro-Brexit MP Peter Bone spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer amid reports that the UK's financial payment to the EU could reach £50bn

Brexit: Theresa May facing backlash over reports of increased divorce bill

Brexit: Theresa May facing backlash over reports of £50bn divorce bill

Theresa May facing Brexit backlash over reports of £50bn divorce bill

New reports suggest Britain is ready to offer the EU between £40bn and £49bn

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Brexit: Labour warns 'Government could be in contempt' over redacting documents on economic impact of EU withdrawal

Brexit: Labour warns 'Government could be in contempt' over redacting economic impact documents

Labour warns 'Government could be in contempt' over Brexit redactions

David Davis provided redacted documents to the Commons Exiting the EU committee of the economic impact of Brexit

Monday, November 27, 2017

Monday, November 27, 2017

Brexit: 'One in five chance' EU departure won't happen, says Sir Vince Cable

Brexit: 'One in five chance' EU departure won't happen, says Sir Vince Cable

One in five chance' Brexit won't happen, says Sir Vince Cable

The Liberal Democrat leader made the comments during an interview on Sky News

Irish government denies threatening Brexit as Northern Ireland border row continues

Irish government denies threatening to derail Brexit as Northern Ireland border row continues

Irish government denies threatening Brexit as border row continues

Simon Coveney, the Irish Foreign Affairs Minister, has said the Irish government will stay 'resolute' over ensuring a 'guarantee' over the border

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Brexit: Theresa May faces off backbench rebellion as bill passes new test in the House of Commons

Brexit: Theresa May faces off backbench rebellion as amendments fail by paper-thin margins

Theresa May faces off backbench Brexit rebellion by paper-thin margins

Ministers made concessions to backbenchers in order to fend off dissent

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Brexit Secretary David Davis admits no-deal Brexit is possible

Brexit Secretary David Davis admits no-deal Brexit is possible

Brexit Secretary David Davis admits no-deal Brexit is possible

Davis says deal is 'best outcome' but not guaranteed

'Offering £40bn - Government's becoming like Harry Enfield', says Robert Halfon MP about Brexit bill increase

MP Robert Halfon blasts Brexit 'divorce bill' plans: 'It's like the Loadsamoney character on Harry Enfield!'

MP Robert Halfon blasts Brexit 'divorce bill' plans

The MP for Harlow asked when the Government started 'becoming like Harry Enfield' in an interview with Julia Hartley-Brewer

Brexit: Theresa May set to increase offer to the European Union

Brexit: Theresa May set to increase 'divorce bill' offer to £38bn

Theresa May set to increase Brexit 'divorce bill' offer to £38bn

The Prime Minister is set to increase the offer to the EU in exchange for fast-tracked talks on trade

Brexit: Stage set for Commons battle after Theresa May reportedly increases EU offer

Brexit: Stage set for Commons battle after divorce bill increase

Stage set for Brexit battle in Commons after divorce bill increase

The Exit and Trade (Strategy and Negotiations) sub-committee reportedly agreed to increase the offer in the divorce settlement

Monday, November 20, 2017

Monday, November 20, 2017

Brexit: 'People like Boris Johnson and Michael Gove will have to concede the UK needs to pay something,' says Tom Brake MP

Brexit: 'People like Boris Johnson and Michael Gove will have to concede the UK needs to pay something,' says Tom Brake MP

'People like Boris Johnson, Michael Gove will have to concede UK owes something'

Tom Brake, the MP for Carshalton and Wallington, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the reported rise in the offer of money to the EU

Brexit: Theresa May and other ministers reported to discuss divorce bill in Downing Street meeting

Brexit: Theresa May and other ministers 'to discuss divorce bill in Downing Street meeting'

Theresa May and other ministers 'to discuss divorce bill in Downing Street meeti

The Cabinet Exit and Trade sub-committee is to gather in Downing Street

Friday, November 17, 2017

Friday, November 17, 2017

Boris Johnson calls for Brexit talks to progress onto second stage

Boris Johnson calls for Brexit talks to progress to second stage

Boris Johnson calls for Brexit talks to progress to second stage

The Foreign Secretary is in Dublin for talks with his counterpart, Simon Coveney

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