Given what is likely to follow, we might look back wistfully at a PM who at least sought to smooth our departure It’s now all or nothing. Theresa May has gone, most likely taking with her the possibility
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage leaves a polling station after voting in the European elections, in Biggin Hill, Britain, May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Hannah McKay LONDON (Reuters) - Nigel Farage, one of the
My week with Farage: Milkshakes, kisses, sold-out rallies, and supporters with a 'blind faith in him to deliver Brexit'
Christopher Hope, The Telegraph’s chief political correspondent, was the only national newspaper journalist to travel on Nigel Farage’s battle bus for the final six days of the Brexit Party’s European
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Before I examine why Theresa May has been forced to resign, it is important to state that it’s impossible not to feel sorry for her. She is a dedicated public servant with a clear sense of duty. With said,
Alastair Campbell has admitted shunning Labour in the European elections to vote for an “unequivocally pro-remain” party. Campbell told BBC Radio 5 Live that the election on Thursday was the “first time