Supreme Court Brexit verdict

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Brexit: Article 50 bill to face first vote in the House of Commons

Brexit: Article 50 bill facing first vote in the House of Commons

Article 50 bill facing first vote in the House of Commons

The bill was heavily debated in Parliament on Tuesday, and today (Wednesday) faces its first real test as turmoil grows in the House of Commons

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Brexit: MP fury as withdrawal bill to be rushed through the House of Commons

Theresa May accused of 'gagging' MPs as Article 50 bill unveiled

Theresa May accused of 'gagging' MPs as Article 50 bill unveiled

The European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill will allow the Government to trigger Article 50, once it becomes an act

Brexit White Paper: 'transparency puts Theresa May in a straight jacket', says professor Catherine Barnard

Brexit White Paper puts Theresa May in a straitjacket, says professor Catherine Barnard

Brexit White Paper 'puts Theresa May in a straitjacket'

Professor Catherine Barnard spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about Theresa May's promise to publish a White Paper on the Government's plan for Brexit

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Brexit White Paper - What does it actually mean?

Brexit White Paper - What exactly will it contain?

Brexit White Paper - What does it actually mean?

Theresa May has promised there will be a White Paper outlining the Government's Brexit plans. But what sort of detail - and how much - will he included in the document?

Man arrested after allegedly threatening Brexit court campaigner Gina Miller

Brexit: Gina Miller 'racist abuser' arrested by police

Gina Miller 'racist abuser' arrested by police

A man who allegedly threatened Gina Miller, who was behind the Brexit legal case, has been arrested today

'Theresa May is trying to delay Brexit so that she doesn't have to sign the deal', says UKIP's Gerard Batten

Theresa May is trying to delay Brexit because she doesn't want to go through with it, says UKIP's Gerard Batten

'Theresa May is trying to delay Brexit so that she won't have to complete it'

Yesterday the Supreme Court verdict was given, ruling that Parliament must vote on triggering Article 50, to start the Brexit process

Julia Hartley-Brewer challenges Barry Gardiner over the Labour Party Brexit plans

Julia Hartley-Brewer suggests Labour is trying to 'delay and thwart' Brexit in heated debate with MP Barry Gardiner

Julia Hartley-Brewer challenges Barry Gardiner MP to reveal Labour's Brexit plan

The MP for Brent North and the Shadow Secretary for International Trade spoke to our host about how the Labour Party wants to hold the Government accountable ahead of the trigger of Article 50

Brexit: Labour threatens 'hand-to-hand combat' with Government to have final say

Brexit: Labour threatens 'hand-to-hand combat' with Government over Article 50

Labour promises 'hand-to-hand combat' over Article 50

Shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry issued the warning during an interview on BBC Newsnight

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Supreme Court verdict: 'The Brexit bill will pass with a fairly sizeable majority', says Charlie Elphicke MP

MP Charlie Elphicke warns Remainers 'Brexit is happening - stop hoping it all goes wrong'

'The Brexit bill will pass with a fairly sizeable majority'

The Supreme Court ruled today that Article 50 can only be triggered after Parliament have taken a vote on the matter

Supreme Court verdict: 'If Labour MPs don't vote in favour of Brexit then the media will have a field day', says Labour Leave

Supreme Court verdict: Labour Leave boss urges Jeremy Corbyn to drag party out of Brexit 'mess'

Labour Leave boss urges Jeremy Corbyn to drag party out of Brexit 'mess'

Brendan Chilton says party must vote for Brexit - or media will have a field day

The wrong Gina Miller is bombarded with Brexit tweets

Pro-Brexit trolls bombard the wrong Gina Miller with abuse after Supreme Court verdict

Brexiteers bombard the wrong Gina Miller with abuse after Article 50 verdict

Gina Miller has been bombarded with tweets about the Supreme Court Brexit decision today, except people aren't tweeting the right Gina Miller

Supreme Court Brexit ruling 'raises fundamental issues' for Scotland, says Nicola Sturgeon

Supreme Court Brexit ruling 'raises fundamental issues' for Scotland, says Nicola Sturgeon

Nicola Sturgeon: Supreme Court ruling 'raises fundamental issues' for Scotland

The ruling said Westminster will not have to seek approval from the authorities in Scotland, Wales, or Northern Ireland to trigger Article 50

Labour, Liberal Democrats and the SNP call on the government after the Supreme Court Brexit decision

Supreme Court Brexit ruling: SNP, Labour promise to amend Article 50 bill while Lib Dems threaten to vote against

Labour, SNP vow to amend Brexit bill while Lib Dems threaten to vote against

The Supreme Court has ruled that the Brexit process cannot begin without a vote in Parliament and so Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the SNP have responded to the decision

Brexit: Government won't be constrained on bill', says Sir Bill Cash after Supreme Court ruling

Brexit challengers are wasting their time, says Sir Bill Cash after Supreme Court ruling

Government won't be constrained on triggering Article 50, says Sir Bill Cash

The Supreme Court ruled today that the Government can't trigger Article 50 without putting a bill through Parliament

Supreme Court Brexit ruling 'was always going to be a victory', says Charlie Mullins

Julia asks Brexit legal challenge donor: 'what gives you the right to buy influence?'

Julia Hartley-Brewer challenges Brexit challenge donor over Supreme Court ruling

Charlie Mullins, CEO of Pimlico Plumbers and Remain campaigner who helped fund the Supreme Court case, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the historic ruling from the Supreme Court

BREAKING: Supreme Court rules Theresa May can't trigger Article 50 without vote

Brexit: Supreme Court rules Theresa May can't trigger Article 50 without vote

Brexit: Supreme Court rules Theresa May can't trigger Article 50 without vote

The Supreme Court delivered their verdict on the historic case today (Tuesday)