STEVE ANGLESEY on the soggy throng of the pro-Brexit protest March to Leave
Members threaten to quit Arts Club after Michael Gove given free membership, Telegraph’s hypocrisy on Islamophobia exposed, and how the BBC’s Chris Morris is “trying” to make colleagues aware that public opinion on Brexit has shifted.
Organisers of the March To Leave say their pro-Brexit protest is “completely successful” despite photographs appearing to show dwindling numbers on their two-week journey from Sunderland to London.
Supporters of the Brexiteer group Leave Means Leave have defended the low turnout in Sunderland claiming that the group had been “overwhelmed” by requests to take part.
All aboard the Leave train as the Daily Express and Esther McVey are name-checked in STEVE ANGLESEY’S Brex Factor.
There were chaotic scenes as a march led by Nigel Farage left Sunderland in order to protest against a Brexit delay.
TIM WALKER explores Christopher Booker’s “inhumane” treatment by Telegraph, how Will Self outdid Paddington’s “hard stare” and Gina Miller urging people to turn out for Nigel Farage.
Brexiteers that want to take part in Nigel Farage’s fourteen day march from Sunderland to London are being asked to pay £50 - which in return will provide them with a marchers’ kit.
Leave Means Leave have announced they will hold a march from Sunderland to London in support of Brexit, but rather than hold it at once will instead run the event over a two week period.
In this week’s Brex Factor, STEVE ANGLESEY takes on the fact-less Tory MP Daniel Kawczynski and names his Brexiteers of the week.
With so many reasons to abandon Brexit, writes MITCH BENN, Remain is winning the battle by a significant margin.
The UK government is barrelling down the Brexit motorway while ignoring the no-deal shaped brick wall in front of it, writes MICHAEL WHITE.
The business secretary promised Nissan an £80 million “Brexit bung” as it tried to convince the car manufacturer to produce its newest model in Sunderland.
Britain’s EU exit is likely to be one of the main reasons Nissan is reportedly withdrawing from plans to manufacture its X-Trail model in the UK, Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable has said.
Even at this late stage, Brexiteers are projecting their own dreams onto their failing enterprise, in the knowledge they will escape the blame. John Kampfner reports.
Theresa May’s begging letter to the nation appealing for unity on Brexit did not go well, with many ridiculing her call for us all to “come together as one”.
MIC WRIGHT on James McClean and those seeking to enforce what should be an individual act of remembrance.
Brexiteer radio host Nick Ferrari has turned on pro-Brexit supporter Sir James Dyson for choosing Singapore over Britain to build his new electric cars.
Anna Soubry has hit out at the “bunch of thugs” that heckled the speeches at a People’s Vote rally in Sunderland.
Nissan has spoken out about the risk of a ‘no deal’ Brexit - but the company’s boss fears their warning won’t be heard.
The tale of what binds together Sunderland’s communities is my story.
Nigel Farage was left rattled in a televised debate as he was forced to admit that the Brexit vote was a political move that had little to do with economics.
There is a lot to support in Justine Greening’s idea for a three-option People’s Vote but, as Christopher Wylie so memorably put it, Brexit is a crime scene.
He was the voice of the shy youth who left the party early, went home alone and cried. But of late Morrissey’s once rapier rhetoric has acquired a darker hue, superfan NICHOLAS BARRETT investigates
MICHAEL WHITE is on the hunt for solutions as Europe prepares for its showdown summit.
A new poll shows that 71% of Labour supporters would back a new referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU.
Sir Vince Cable has said that the Lib Dems are “on the way back” after this week’s local elections which saw the party reclaim Richmond council for the first time in eight years.
MICHAEL WHITE on the negotiation countdown, the Norway model and why we can’t just muddle through.
Has Sunderland changed its mind on Brexit? We visit the city which led the charge for Leave and finds its still-burning rage is directed at cuts, rather than Brussels
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