Rule out no deal and MPs can heave a sigh of relief – except the ERG revolutionaries clamouring to tear the country up by the roots Plan B? No, just B for Back to Brussels to Beg a Better Backstop, not
Labour has said the Commons should be able to vote on whether to hold a second referendum in an amendment the party submitted on Monday night to Theresa May’s Brexit update. It is the first time the party
Jeremy Corbyn said the prime minister was in "deep denial" and must "change her red lines" over a Brexit deal. The Labour leader, who has declined her offer of talks with him unless she rules out a no-deal
Liverpool are expected to become the first club in the world to report an annual net profit of more than €100million (£88.3m), according to new estimates. The record finances come largely thanks to a League
Constitutional folklore is notoriously unreliable. Liberal statesman John Bright, for instance, did not, as is so often claimed, declare in 1865 that the British legislature was “the mother of all parliaments”.
Theresa May’s Irish backstop is Donald Trump’s wall. It is the howl of power thwarted by the implacable opposition of a democratic assembly. The prime minister today again sets her face against MPs who
Michel Barnier has called on Theresa May to shift her focus from renegotiating the Irish backstop to one that embraced a closer relationship with the EU to secure cross-party support for the Brexit deal.
On Monday afternoon in the Commons, Theresa May will update MPs about any progress she may have made on Brexit options following her conclusive parliamentary defeat last week. It is expected to be a holding