Brexiteers who have spent two years crying “you lost, get over it!” at Remainers have ignored their own mantra and called for Theresa May to go - despite them losing the vote of no confidence they called.

Michael Gove has been trolled by anti-Brexit protesters as he headed to speak to the media.

Actor Benedict Cumberbatch has appeared in The Hobbit, Avengers and Star Trek - but perhaps his most surreal role so far will be in a film about Brexit.

Anti-Brexit campaigner Steve Bray has been moved away from College Green by police.

Remain isn’t serious unless it is led by people who can claim to govern the country successfully. ANDREW ADONIS has identified the person he wants to lead.

European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has said the Withdrawal Agreement on offer is the “best deal possible” and the “only deal possible”, with “no room whatsoever for renegotiation”.

Fiona Bruce has been confirmed as the new presenter of Question Time.

Readers are turning away from the BBC for their Brexit news - CHRIS CLODE explains why they’ve switched over.

Channel 4 is set to air a proper Brexit debate featuring “four high-profile politicians reflecting the main divisions in the House of Commons.”

PM flies out of Heathrow rather than Brize Norton to buy extra time to sell her deal, Liam Fox afraid to talk to Channel 4 News and Mandrake’s part in Sam Gymiah’s resignation.

This week’s Question Time comes from Bishop’s Stortford - a town which voted to Leave by just 622 votes.

Theresa May has tried to convince us all she is just like batsman Geoffrey Boycott, but - as MICHAEL WHITE explains - on Tuesday her side lost three wickets.

Commons leader Andrea Leadsom has said that she can see a “bright future” for Brexit Britain – shortly after saying she doesn’t “do predictions”.

Theresa May’s government is set to release its legal advice on the Brexit deal after being found in contempt of Parliament over its refusal to publish it in full.

Labour has issued an ultimatum to the BBC and Downing Street by urging them to adapt the format of the televised Brexit to make it a “head to head”.

Theresa May said she is “keen” for the televised Brexit debate to take place, but won’t appear on ITV because she would miss Strictly Come Dancing.

Michael Gove has said that if MPs do not back Theresa May’s Brexit plan there could be a fresh EU referendum.

Brexiteer and Wetherspoon’s boss Tim Martin has been booed on BBC’s Question Time.

Following the death of Nicolas Roeg earlier this month, RICHARD LUCK pays tribute to a filmmaker who forwent the traditional formulas of cinema

A senior BBC journalist talks of the crisis of confidence in the BBC’s newsrooms and the weakness of Lord Hall, Jacob Rees-Mogg teams up with the Earl of Suffolk, and Kwasi Kwarteng drowns his sorrows alone in Lily Allen’s club.

Channel 4 News anchor Krishnan Guru-Murthy has promised to offer a “real debate” on Brexit, as the BBC and ITV battle it out to win over the Labour and Tory leaders.

The date and time of the BBC’s televised Brexit debate has been announced - but so far only Theresa May is signed up.

We need a strategy to win the People’s Vote – which looks increasingly likely.

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has said that a People’s Vote now appears to be “inevitable”.

A Remain MP who abstained on triggering Article 50 now backs a People’s Vote over Theresa May’s deal.

The next two weeks will come to define Britain’s future.

The BBC’s cunning plan of building a platform to block out anti-Brexit campaigners has failed.

David Davis takes it upon himself to try to negotiate a free trade deal in US, Paul Dacre now wants a peerage for services to Brexit, and why Sky’s Sophy Ridge no longer sees Andrew Marr as serious competition.

Theresa May might have got her Brexit agreement passed the EU27 but there seems little chance of her having the numbers to get it through parliament.

Brexiteers have a new cunning plan to avoid blame for the consequences of Brexit – by claiming that what the government is proposing isn’t actually Brexit.

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