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While some might think that such ardent Brexiteers would prefer the withdrawal method, but at the UKIP conference this year they are keen to promote the use of protection.

When the Sun’s political editor pondered how Theresa May could have got it so wrong at the Salzburg summit he probably wasn’t banking on a former British diplomat joining the conversation.

JAMES BALL says the real reason we’ve made so little progress on Brexit is clear: the hardliners central to the process have made very little effort to understand it.

Absurd as it may sound, could Theresa May be the one to keep Britain in the EU? Guto Harri, former aide to Boris Johnson, says there could be a way

Micheal Heseltine has said Boris Johnson waits to see which way the crowd is running before jumping to the front and yelling “follow me”.

Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable failed to perform under pressure during his keynote conference speech stumbling over the key phrase.

Outspoken Brexiteer Andrew Bridgen was left silenced by a radio host in a cringe-inducing interview about the Irish border.

Leading French journalist Marion Van Renterghem meets Tony Blair, one of Remain’s Don Quixotes suddenly realising their task might not be as futile as it first seemed.

A fresh wave of young people turning 18 means that if the Brexit vote was re-run the United Kingdom would remain in the European Union.

Almost £70,000 has been raised in a bid to haul Boris Johnson to court accused of misconduct in public office.

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.

With the Liberal Democrat conference opening in Brighton this weekend, Layla Moran talks to Tim Walker about Brexit, Vince Cable’s proposals for the party - and those rumours she’s about to succeed him.

The New European’s Editor-at-Large explores the British public’s disillusionment with its political leaders.

Steve Anglesey explores the unfathomable attraction of Boris Johnson.

Michael White explains why the collapse of the ERG blueprint joins Boris as twin embarrassments of the week.

Gina Miller re-enters the fray on Brexit with a bold new initiative, the Russian link to the new woman in Boris Johnson’s life and how Andrew Marr silences his critics.

Barmy Brexit barman Tim Martin is banning some foreign spirts from his Wetherspoon pub chain – including party favourite Jagermeister.

For both embattled leaders prime minister’s questions must come as a welcome relief these days.

For Theresa May it must feel like everyone is out to get her.

Remainer-in-chief Alastair Campbell has blasted Brexiteers for being “terrified” of a People’s Vote – because they would lose.

For the Conservatives this is all out war – and Boris Johnson is advancing on Downing Street.

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has vowed that if Labour cannot force a general election over Brexit the party could back a People’s Vote.

The trade union movement has signalled it is preparing to demand a People’s Vote on Brexit.

Carrie Symonds was one of Tory Party’s top communications staff.

A man bidding to haul Boris Johnson before the courts over his Brexit claims has released a video outlining his challenge to the former foreign secretary.

Bungling Brexiteer Boris Johnson is to divorce from his wife of 25 years.

Theresa May claims that a ‘second’ referendum on Brexit would be “a gross betrayal” of our democracy. Precisely the opposite is true.

Leading Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg has been lambasted for spreading “fake news” after admitting he had tweeted stories he knew were factually incorrect.

The hackneyed phrases being used by Brexiteers highlights the emptiness at the heart of their project



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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