Former Work and Pensions Secretary Esther McVey has said that that Theresa May’s deal is the “most dangerous” because it will break up the “UK union” between Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK.
Lord Peter Lilley, a former Deputy Leader of the Conservative Party, has said that if the UK left the European Union without a deal, “we won’t be crashing out, we will be cashing in.”
The UK will still have to pay its outstanding financial obligations to the European Union in the event of a no-deal Brexit, Chancellor Philip Hammond has said.
Growth forecasts likely to rise but the windfall will be banked to cope with Brexit fall-out
The EU could be getting £39 billion from the UK for Brexit, but it's a rather large sum to comprehend on its own
Statement follows news of Brexit deal earlier today
Brexiteer Richard Tice isn't exactly impressed with today's deal
The chief negotiator for the EU says it is disturbing that the negotiations about what the UK owes the EU are deadlocked
Rogers also tells MPs Brussels doesn't expect Theresa May to walk away without a deal