David Davis

MPs will get the chance to vote down Brexit in parliament – but we will leave the EU whatever the result, David Davis has said.

Thousands of pro-EU protesters have delivered a clear message to Theresa May at Tory Party conference: “Bollocks to Brexit.”

Theresa May has ruled out Britain staying in the European Economic Area or striking a deal with the EU similar to the one Canada enjoys during a speech meant to kick-step Brexit negotiations.

Labour’s Brexit chief has sent a stark warning to the Government saying “we are not giving you a blank cheque” on how Britain leaves the European Union.

One of the ironic elements of the Brexit debacle is that we have a trio of politicians tasked with working together to make it happen, who clearly do not get along with each other. Boris Johnson (Foreign Secretary), David Davis (Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union) and Liam Fox (Secretary of State for International Trade) cannot seem to do anything without appearing to be locked in a battle of one-upmanship.

Another day, another death, another chance to reflect with old Fleet Street colleagues that “we only ever seem to meet up at funerals”.

If you locked Fox and Hammond in a room which of the two would you expect to emerge as the other one’s pigskin bag?

The cabinet has been accused of still believing Britain can “have its cake and eat it” after releasing details of a transitional plan that could include a temporary customs union.

Where the British were once favoured targets of French satirists, now we are ignored or pitied, says Have I Got News For You writer Nathaniel Tapley

When the political season resumes with the party conferences, we had better have got our act together. All of us. Or else this thing is happening

Prime Minister Theresa May has been forced to wade into a ministerial spat over Brexit transitional periods after a nominal Cabinet ceasefire was broken.

What is at stake and what needs to change to ‘save the country’?

Did you spot the Canadian angle on the British government’s latest Cunning Plan, the one intended to make good Theresa May’s pledge to leave the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice on Brexit Day without doing serious “no deal” harm to the economy?

That the entire Brexit Project may now lie in the domain of Elmer Fudd would be what Bugs would make us question.

We used to be a mild-mannered people. Now random spite is the cornerstone of our crumbling culture

Plot gossip: Leaky lips in the Tory party and a look at the world beyond Brexit sniping

Brussels is holding out on the government’s hopes of continuing membership of the European health insurance scheme post-Brexit.

The European Union’s top Brexit negotiator has demanded the government clarifies its position on citizens’ rights and stumps up a Brexit divorce bill.

Among some of those who can see Brexit is a disaster there is a gloomy fatalism about letting it happen anyway. That is a big mistake.

Things are now so grim in Brexit Britain - there is no hero riding to the rescue – but it’s not too late to rethink

A new Big Lie is currently entering the Big Lie lexicon. It is that 51.9% having voted Leave last June 23 – National Self-Harm Day – the number has now risen to over 80%.

Cock ups, chaos and calamity – Brexit is a shitstorm like no other. We pick over the carcass of another rotting week of Brexit madness

Shortly after the outbreak of WW2, a polemic was published identifying the “guilty men” who had led Britain to such a moment of weakness and peril. Now, following Brexit, a new version has been released.

The A of austerity, plus the B of Brexit may be heading to the C of a crashing economy, but there is still time to change things.

How an emboldened Parliament can halt the descent to Brexit chaos

A key ally of Brexit secretary David Davis has allegedly called for the embattled prime minister to quit.

In this column’s unflinching commitment to finding fragments of silver lining in the debris that has been the Year of Brexit it is torn between Emmanuel Macron and Dominic Cummings.

Europe’s chief negotiator has sent a stinging warning to Britain over Brexit and asked the question: “Why don’t you understand?”

Career Brexiteer Boris Johnson backs Theresa May’s EU plan “100%” despite claims he could welcome a softening on the Prime Minister’s “red lines” for negotiations.

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