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The Breunion Boys are not targeting the hearts of teenage girls - but the 17.4m Brits who voted to leave the EU.

More than half of grassroots Conservative members want Theresa May's Brexit deal to be ditched in favour of no deal, a survey has found.

The firm handed a £13.8m deal to run ferry services in the event of a no-deal Brexit despite having no ships has been accused of cutting and pasting its terms and conditions from a takeaway website.

The government has been accused of "distracting from the gaping flaws in its own deal" after launching a massive publicity drive to prepare the public for a no-deal Brexit.

Theresa May has been urged to delay the "meaningful vote" on her Brexit deal for a second time.

Jeremy Corbyn has refused to back a second EU referendum despite a poll suggesting almost three-quarters of Labour members want one.

Awarding a £13.8m contract for no-deal Brexit ferry services to a company with no ships is an example of the government "supporting new business", Chris Grayling has said.

Jeremy Corbyn is facing further pressure to back a second Brexit referendum after polling showed support among Labour members for another vote.

The Scottish Government will work "to protect Scotland's place at the heart of Europe" in 2019, Nicola Sturgeon has said in a New Year message.

Almost 200,000 Irish passport applications were received from the UK this year.

Jeremy Hunt has been accused of wanting to turn Britain into "a bargain basement for business" after he said the UK should follow the example of low-tax Singapore after Brexit.

Jean-Claude Juncker has called on the UK to "get your act together" over Brexit, branding some Britons "entirely unreasonable" for expecting Brussels to put forward a solution.

A government department has spent more than £100m on ferries to ease potential problems in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

Britain's most senior police officer has suggested Brexit could put the public at risk if security cooperation with the EU is weakened.

Business leaders' confidence in the British economy has plummeted as uncertainty about Brexit continues ahead of the March 29 withdrawal date.

France will overtake the United Kingdom to become the world's sixth biggest economy next year as the impact of Brexit bites, a reports has said.

At least 500 crimes mentioning Brexit have been reported to police since the referendum, shocking new figures have shown.

Jeremy Corbyn has taken a stance "completely at odds with the will of members" by saying Labour would continue with Brexit if they win a snap election, a former aide has said.

MPs who want to block a no-deal Brexit will have to either vote for Theresa May's Withdrawal Agreement or a replacement to do it, Andrea Leadsom has warned.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said his party would continue with Brexit if it won a snap general election in the new year.

The Tory Party is heading for a prolonged period in opposition "unless it engages more with modern Britain" and changes direction on Brexit, George Osborne has warned.

Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom has refused to confirm the date of the "meaningful vote" on Theresa May's Brexit deal.

Judges at Scotland's highest civil court have rubber-stamped a European Court of Justice decision allowing the UK to unilaterally revoke its withdrawal from the EU.

Embattled Theresa May finally found somebody willing to back her Brexit deal today - Russian president Vladimir Putin.

The UK Government has failed to recognise the reality of devolution in its "amateurish" approach to the Brexit negotiations, a Holyrood minister has said.

There is a "plausible argument" for the public to be asked to vote again on Brexit if MPs remain deadlocked, a Cabinet minister has said.

Fiona Onasanya's conviction could shift the political balance in the House of Commons and even have an influence on the outcome of Brexit.

If the prime minister wanted to use PMQs to scotch the idea her no-deal planning is a ruse to coax MPs into voting for her deal, she didn't do a very good job of it.

Brexit poses a "grave danger" to the NHS and is distracting attention away from the urgent issues facing the service in what could be the "toughest winter yet", senior doctors have warned.

Theresa May's deputy has been forced to deny Brexit has forced the government to put any of its functions into "deep freeze".

The European Commission has triggered an action plan to protect EU citizens and businesses from "major disruption" if the UK crashes out without a deal on March 29.

Britain will drop from the world's fifth largest economy to its seventh next year as Brexit hits growth, a new analysis says.

Britain's army of small firms are being hung out to dry by the government and should ready themselves for the hardest EU divorce imaginable, a business adviser has warned.

Health officials lack a clear post-Brexit recruitment plan which could intensify current medical staff shortages, MPs have warned.

Britain's five main business groups have issued an urgent warning about a no-deal Brexit, saying many firms are now reaching "the point of no return".

A Tory former minister has threatened to resign the party whip and vote against the government if it adopts a policy of seeking a no-deal Brexit.

The government is playing the "ultimate game of brinkmanship" over Brexit, a Tory backbencher has warned.

Jeremy Corbyn has been accused of being "the midwife of Brexit" after failing to call a no-confidence vote in the government.

3,500 troops will be on stand-by to deal with the impact of a no-deal Brexit, it has emerged as Theresa May ramps up her planning.

Britain's politicians and people have "dropped the vase" over Brexit and left the country in chaos, one of Theresa May's closest EU allies has said.

A Tory MP has said planning for a no-deal Brexit should have started straight after the vote in 2016 - not three months before Britain's planned exit.

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Hardline Tory Brexiteer Nadine Dorries has compared her own party leader to Adolf Hitler in his bunker at the end of the Second World War.

Jeremy Corbyn has disappointed supporters by insisting he will wait until the "appropriate time" to table a motion of no-confidence in Theresa May's government.

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