Labour’s Northern Ireland spokesman has told Euronews a permanent customs union is the only solution to Britain’s Brexit dilemma. Tony Lloyd said Theresa May had patched together a deal to meet the needs
Britain's Attorney General Geoffrey Cox arrives at 10 Downing Street in London, Britain, October 24, 2018. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s government is committed to the so-called arrangement
Theresa May is expected to have to delay her arrival at the next EU summit if parliament votes down her Brexit plan, to allow the bloc’s 27 leaders to hold emergency talks and trigger their no-deal preparations.
The U.K.’s Prime Minister, Theresa May, has succeeded in what she set out to do. She has brought the country together. Politicians of all colors, along with their supporters, are at last in full agreement.
• Exclusive: The UK government's top trade advisor has privately expressed anger with the draft Brexit deal, according to multiple well-placed sources.• Insiders say that Crawford Falconer, who was appointed
Traitors, lemmings, rebels. Those are all insults hurled in the past week at certain Tory MPs for the heinous crime of standing by promises made in their party’s own manifesto during the 2017 general Quick
The Labour leader told the CBI about Labour's Brexit plan, which he says "could win support in Parliament " and bring Britain together. Hours after Theresa May addressed the same CBI conference, Jeremy
Cabinet minister Andrea Leadsom has insisted she is not involved in any plot against the prime minister - but says the draft Brexit deal needs "improvement" and the UK must avoid becoming trapped permanently