A second referendum? It's time to stop looking backwards and start making demands of the people who caused this problem in the first place, says MATT KELLY

The week's big stories, including Donald Trump heading to Davos, Klingon sensitivity and France's daftest crook

British holidaymakers could have to provide their criminal record, immigration history and biometric data to travel in Europe after Brexit, peers have heard.

Brexit will "not be sustainable" if it does not work for young people, Justine Greening has said in her first remarks after being forced out of Theresa May's cabinet.

A group of UK citizens who live in the Netherlands have gone to a Dutch court in a bid to retain their EU citizenship rights post-Brexit.

Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has urged Europe to stick together to protect and spread its values.

Jean-Claude Juncker has said he would be "happy" to help Britain rejoin the European Union if it wants to after Brexit.

It is an "illusion" to think key Brexit legislation will have an "untroubled passage" through the House of Lords, a Tory former chancellor has said.

Failure to incorporate the EU charter of fundamental rights into UK law after Brexit sends out "a really strange message" about the attitude of the Conservative Party, a senior Tory has said.

The House of Lords could face the prospect of fundamental reform if peers attempt to hamper Brexit, prominent Tory hardliner Jacob Rees-Mogg has warned.

Boris Johnson's comment that the Leave campaign under-estimated when it claimed Brexit would allow an extra £350m to be spent on the NHS weekly has been branded "ridiculous".

European Council president Donald Tusk has demanded more clarity from prime minister Theresa May over her plans for Brexit - and again held open the possibility of the UK changing its mind.

Theresa May has been accused of lying to the British people by a senior ally of German chancellor Angela Merkel over the plan to restore dark blue British passports after Brexit.

Boris Johnson has said the Brexit campaign's claim of an extra £350m a week to spend on the NHS was an underestimate - but his working out shows why the original figure was a lie.

Ukip leader Henry Bolton has ended his "romantic relationship" with his controversial model girlfriend, but still faces a backlash from senior figures within his party.

Scotland's first minister has described delays to amendments to key Brexit legislation as "absolutely disgraceful".

A senior Conservative MP demands Theresa May appoints a 'minister for Hard Brexit' to her team as he claims she had "promised".

Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage has said that "maybe" there should be a second referendum on EU membership to "kill it off for a generation".

Theresa May has been accused of "capitulating" to Hard Brexiteers after appointing an influential Tory Europhobe as a minister in the Brexit department.

Theo Paphitis has launched an blistering attack on the government, branding Theresa May's administration as "incompetent" and accusing it of posing a threat to the high street.

The appointment of a "no deal" Brexit minister is a sign that the UK is "hurtling towards retreat and isolation", MPs have heard.

The chair of the Commons Treasury Committee has called for more clarity on what impact Brexit will have on VAT bills for firms importing goods from the EU.

David Davis has been accused of "extraordinary moaning" after attacking the EU for preparing for a no-deal Brexit while setting aside £3.7bn ready for the scenario himself.

Jeremy Corbyn has snubbed a cross-party summit at the Houses of Parliament on retaining UK membership of the single market and customs union.

Chancellor Philip Hammond has refused to rule out Britain being part of a customs union with the European Union after Brexit.

Who will be at the heart of the storm this year as Brexit resumes its place as the British family argument that will not die?

In another important intervention, TONY BLAIR lashes out at a deeply divided Tory government and a feeble opposition while highlighting the damage Brexit is already causing

Our editor-at-large ALASTAIR CAMPBELL on the influence wielded by Len McCluskey, the general secretary of Unite, on Brexit

RICHARD PORRITT on the week's big stories, including stern warnings in Greece, unlikely heroes in Rome and Denmark's most unfortunate taxi driver

Labour's "timidity" will usher in Brexit if the party continues to go along with leaving the European Union and insists on withdrawing from the single market, Tony Blair has said.



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