A Swedish MEP has described Nigel Farage as “the biggest liar in Europe” and accused him of peddling “bullshit slogans” just weeks ahead of Brexit.
Almost a third of French and Italian people think the UK has already left the EU, a new survey has shown.
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Like the struggling Chelsea manager, Theresa May once again showed she is unable to switch her tactics.
The prime minister has been accused of “ripping up the statute book” after setting out plans to get her unloved Brexit deal ratified by March 29.
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Theresa May is promising MPs more Brexit votes before the end of February amid claims she is trying to run down the clock before the UK’s departure from the EU.
Labour will seek to force Theresa May into a second Commons showdown on her Brexit deal by the end of the month.
Tony Blair has reiterated his warnings on the consequences of a no-deal Brexit, saying it could be “devastating” for the Northern Ireland peace process.
Irish premier Leo Varadkar has said he will not be negotiating Brexit when he meets Theresa May for dinner in Dublin tonight.
A Labour former minister has hinted he could quit the party as his “patience is wearing pretty thin” with its Brexit policy.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has been challenged to take off his clothes and hold a naked debate on Brexit.
Jeremy Corbyn is facing the prospect of Labour MPs and members quitting the party over his stance on Brexit.
UK ministers are living in a Brexit “fantasy world”, Scotland’s constitutional relations secretary has said.
Theresa May has been pressed to call a referendum on Irish unity as her Brexit backstop talks looked on the verge of collapse.
The government has been accused of trying to sneak Brexit legislation through Parliament with little scrutiny.
Cheap imitations of iconic British foods like Cornish pasties and Melton Mowbray pies could flood supermarket shelves as a result of Brexit, it has been warned.
Britain faces a return to the ‘Costa del Crime’ if it loses access to the European Arrest Warrant after Brexit, it has been warned.
A Brexiteer has dismissed worries about food shortages after Britain leaves the EU, saying he will climb mountains to get bananas.
A video has emerged of Jeremy Corbyn describing the EU as a “massive, great Frankenstein” and attacking the idea of second referendums.
Former Northern Ireland first minister Lord Trimble is threatening to take the government to court over the controversial Brexit backstop.
Grassroots anti-Brexit campaigners are increasing the pressure on politicians ahead of the meaningful vote. Here is a list of the events organised across the UK in the coming weeks.