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Grand reporter au Monde pendant de longues années et auteur d’une biographie d’Angela Merkel, j’écris actuellement un livre sur l’Europe.

The number of Brits seeking to reclaim their German citizenship has leaped following the Brexit vote, it has been revealed.

MPs are to go ahead with their week-long break in February despite it coming just weeks before Brexit.

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Multimillionaire Hollywood actor Sir Michael Caine has weighed into the Brexit debate, saying he would rather be poor and outside the EU than rich and in it.

Theresa May is facing a backlash from Brexiteers after indicating she is ready to consider extending Britain's transition out of the EU for a further year, to the end of 2021.

The public expects Britain to crash out of the EU without a deal and a rising proportion now expects living standards to drop, according to a major new study.

A top health official has admitted concerns over medicine supplies after Brexit are keeping him awake at night.

Tory hardliners have been dealt a blow after a senior US Treasury department official warned that a hard Brexit could hurt global financial stability.

Margaret Thatcher's former press secretary has urged Theresa May to ditch diplomacy in Brexit talks with the EU and claimed the Northern Irish "might be glad of a hard border".

The return of a hard border in Northern Ireland would be a "political failure", a former head of the Army has said.

Comments like Brexiteer Boris Johnson's letterbox remarks have fuelled hate crime, a Labour MP said today as it emerged it rose by nearly a fifth last year.

Older people are significantly less informed about the potentially disastrous impact of Brexit on their pets, a survey has revealed.

Theresa May is preparing to update her divided Cabinet on the Brexit deadlock as Brussels warned Britain is "more likely than ever before" to crash out of the EU without a deal.

Who is on Question Time tonight and where do they stand on Brexit? Here's your guide...

Growing numbers of voters want the government to negotiate a "soft" Brexit, new research has found.

DUP MPs who prop up Theresa May's government are preparing to vote against her budget if the prime minister breaks their Brexit red lines.

Brexit is an "intractable" problem which threatens to undermine America's role as a major player in Europe's security, former US vice president Joe Biden has said.

Britain is expected to lose around 5,000 City jobs by Brexit Day and could see its £72bn in annual taxes from the sector come under threat, the government has admitted.

Your holiday flights to Europe could be grounded in the event of an "unfriendly" Brexit, the head of the Whitehall spending watchdog has warned.

U2 rocker Bono has called on artists to celebrate the "romance" of Europe at a time when the value of the EU has come under question.

A university has won a year-long fight sparked after a Conservative MP and leading Brexiteer wrote to universities across the UK asking for the names of lecturers teaching courses on Brexit and the content of their lessons.

A skeleton has emerged from the environment secretary's closet in the form of an odd early 90s Channel 4 programme

Who is on Question Time tonight and where do they stand on Brexit? Here's your guide...

With its dystopian visions and 16-bit images of Somerset pubs clad in UKIP posters, Not Tonight is no Sonic the Hedgehog

A three-time UKIP leadership challenger who posed for a picture with a golliwog and had to deny endorsing Hitler has quit the party, citing its move to the right.

3.3 million Leave voters now support a People's Vote with the option to Remain, a new poll has revealed.

Campaigners are preparing to launch a legal challenge to demand the government holds a public inquiry into political interference during the Brexit referendum.

Millionaire Brexiteer Arron Banks, barred from joining the Conservatives, has mounted a campaign to deselect "remoaner" Tory MPs.

EU chief negotiator and Brexiteer nemesis Michel Barnier has ruled himself out of the race to succeed Jean-Claude Juncker as president of the European Commission.

Who is on Question Time tonight and where do they stand on Brexit? Here's your guide...

Jeremy Corbyn set out the most radical left-wing agenda of any mainstream party in a generation, as he declared that Labour now represents "the new common sense" and is ready to govern.

Jeremy Corbyn set out the most radical left-wing agenda of any mainstream party in a generation, as he declared that Labour now represents "the new common sense" and is ready to govern.

Two senior shadow cabinet members have distanced Labour from a second Brexit referendum just a day after party delegates voted to keep the option on the table.

A new Brexit referendum with an option to remain in the EU is "likely", the Labour first minister of Wales has said.

Angela Merkel today rejected Theresa May's Chequers Brexit plan, saying Britain could not have free access to Europe's single market for goods without accepting the rest of the EU's four freedoms.

Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer has dished out a stinging slap down to Labour’s leadership at conference telling delegates: “Nobody is ruling out Remain.”

Brexit documents have laid bare the grisly prospect of no deal, with the likelihood of chaos at ports, disruption to food supplies and increased business costs, the government has been warned.

Former England star Peter Reid has made a scathing attack on Tory Brexiteers, labelling them "absolute dopes" and calling for a People's Vote on a final deal.

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has today dismissed calls for a People's Vote and vowed that a Labour government would press ahead with Brexit.

Theresa May has been warned Britain is "staring down the barrel of no deal" after issuing a Brexit challenge to the EU described as "pathetic, painful and petulant".

Who is on Question Time tonight and where do they stand on Brexit? Here's your guide...

A Treasury minister has suggested there is a possibility of a second EU referendum if Theresa May's Chequers proposals are rejected by the House of Commons.

Work and pensions secretary Esther McVey had to be corrected at a cabinet meeting after arguing talks over parts of Britain's EU withdrawal agreement should be concluded once it had actually left, it has been claimed.

ANTI-BREXIT EVENTS

Grassroots anti-Brexit campaigners are increasing the pressure on politicians ahead of a series of important votes this year. Here is a list of the events organised across Britain in the coming weeks and months.

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