Popular wisdom has it that the primary problem in the failure of our Brexit negotiations has been the Prime Minister, and the fact that she never really believed in leaving the EU in the first place. Theresa
Theresa May could put off the Queen’s speech until later this year, with government sources saying there were no immediate plans to bring one forward while parliament had not yet approved a Brexit deal.
We were watching a Commons’ debate the other night when my son wandered in. Glancing at the TV, he said with genuine astonishment: “Is she still there?” She is. She really is, to the disbelief of much
UK will almost certainly take part in EU elections because Remain MPs could delay passage of key laws, says former Number
Britain will almost certainly take part in EU elections because agreeing the laws to make Brexit happen before then will be “extraordinarily tight” and MPs could delay them, a former Downing Street legislation
Home Although the latest date for Brexit had been postponed by the European Council until Halloween, 31 October, the government had to confront the prospect of holding elections to the European parliament
Today, Brexit dominates. And on one particular point, Pelosi is emphatic: Don’t mess with the Irish peace accord. The speaker said Tuesday that she had warned Prime Minister Theresa May, Conservative hard-liners
Grassroots Tories believe they are just weeks away from triggering a little-known process that could help to bring down Theresa May. Party chairmen are circulating a petition calling for the party's National
Theresa May is deaf to the electoral catastrophe awaiting the Tories. Who'll step up to save the party?
The Conservative Party has once again decided to be rather reckless with its main trump card against the Labour Party; competence. It is hard for even the most ardent Conservative to argue that the past
Theresa May is not the sort of Prime Minister who would willingly take the United Kingdom out of the European Union without a deal. That has been proven beyond doubt over the last few months, with Parliament