There wasn’t even a Brexit deal yet when the Democratic Unionist party announced it could not support it. “As things stand we could not support what is being suggested on customs and consent issues and
Here we go again. The bloody torso that is Brexit will this weekend dump itself in the torture chamber of the House of Commons. MPs will be asked to approve – in some fashion or other – the Brexit deal
FILE PHOTO: A passenger bus passes a pro-Brexit demonstration in Westminster, London, Britain, September 30, 2019. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls/File Photo LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will leave the European on
Anyone hoping, encouraged by Dominic Cummings' public bravado, that ministers had found an ingenious way to get around the Benn Act in order to fulfill Boris Johnson's "do or die" desire for Brexit by
No 10 refuses to confirm Boris Johnson’s travel plans but PM could make early Brussels dash to push talks along We’re going to wrap up this liveblog now and summarise an eventful day in Brexit history.