Get it done! Move on! The government expects sheer Brexit fatigue to carry it over the line in this war of attrition. Disingenuous and dishonest, it blames everyone but itself for this purgatory. The side
On the face of it, the events of last weekend look like just another phase – indeed the terminal phase – of the Brexit crisis. In fact, what we are seeing is the disintegration of a democracy. You may
Trade unions in particular are sensitive to the feelings of those Labour MPs in leave constituencies who are conflicted In the social media swirl surrounding Saturday’s Brexit vote, one parliamentary noted
It was hardly a surprise that this afternoon John Bercow ruled out allowing the government to bring back its meaningful vote on Brexit. Still less of a surprise that this ruling took up nearly an hour
Points of order have been concluded and Jeremy Corbyn is on his feet with the first of urgent questions, asking the prime minister to make a statement on his request for an extension on Brexit. Steven
Downing Street has been divided over what to do if Parliament tries to add a customs union to the deal the prime minister struck with the EU: accept it and deliver Brexit, or delay and go for an election.
LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Boris Johnson will try to drive the legislation needed to take Britain out of the European Union through parliament in the next 10 days, or else break his “do or die”
When Paula Sherriff stood up in the House of Commons two weeks ago to beg Boris Johnson to moderate his “offensive, dangerous, inflammatory” language, she took herself by surprise. “I know it sounds bizarre,