Nigel Farage has suggested the UK remains a “leave country”, despite nearly every poll in the last two years showing Remain is leading.

Boris Johnson looked like he’d blown it. But at a critical moment for Brexit, the former foreign secretary is once again being tipped for Downing Street.

Brexit has given rise to a more racist climate, the Queen’s chaplain has suggested.

After an appearance on The Last Leg, ALASTAIR CAMPBELL credits the man behind his withering insult aimed at Nigel Farage.

Donald Tusk’s comments about those who promoted Brexit without a plan have been met with outrage, praise and more than a few jokes online.

Brexit has been blamed as car giant Ford announced a voluntary redundancy programme at one of its main plants, leading to the loss of hundreds of jobs.

The BBC could move some of its operations to Belgium or Amsterdam after Brexit, the director general has revealed.

Our diary reveals how Brexit is proving good for Jacob Rees-Mogg’s businesses, the bill for Theresa May’s charm offensive ahead of the vote on her deal... and why Fiona Bruce is the lady for David Cameron.

A Norway-style Brexit could quickly gain in popularity should the prime minister’s Brexit deal flounder as expected in the House of Commons next week, a Conservative MP has said.

Andrew Adonis argues Brexit has all the morbid symptoms of being in its death throes

STEVE RICHARDS on a year in which events and politics moved so fast that the words of politicians could not keep up with them.

Remain MPs have warned Theresa May that she cannot run from democracy, as Downing Street confirmed the meaningful vote on the government’s Brexit plan would be delayed.

After Labour MP Stephen Kinnock wrote in support of a Norway-style Brexit, former minister and EU commissioner PETER MANDELSON responds on why it would be a disastrous outcome for Britain.

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.

The Irish border represents Brexit’s most intractable problem. But, as PADDY HOEY explains, the real issue is not about the technicalities of trade, but the more profound issue of identity it raises.

Cabinet might have approved the Brexit deal, but will their support last? JAMES BALL looks at the challenges Theresa May faces.

More ministers are ready to walk out of Theresa May’s cabinet over her Brexit plans, according to Tory insiders.

The architect of Article 50, Lord Kerr, has said that ministers are trying to deceive MPs into believing the only choice is between a ‘no deal’ Brexit and Theresa May’s Chequers plan.

Phillip Hammond is set to announce plans for a special 50 pence coin to commemorate Brexit in his latest budget.

Philip Hammond has come out fighting as the row over the Irish border backstop looks set to tear the cabinet apart.

Tim Walker talks to the former attorney general who is now eloquently making the case for a People’s Vote.

Hardcore Brexiteers have vowed they will not budge on the prime minister’s Chequers plan.

Brexit is now turning into a battle between those who want to do the wrong thing for the wrong reasons and those trying to do the right thing for the right reasons

Labour are losing the battle to control the national conversation while the Tories continue their inevitable march into Brexit chaos, writes Michael White.

Nigel Farage’s tour of Australia gets off to a false start

STEVE ANGLESEY rounds-up the losers and the losers (because there are no winners) of another crazy seven days on Planet Brexit

This week the team investigate the latest madness from the Daily Mail, the rights of Irish citizens and the looming Brexit Bill showdown.

Jeremy Corbyn will commit a “serious evasion of duty” if he does not change course and back the UK retaining key aspects of the single market after Brexit, the former Labour leader Lord Kinnock has claimed.

Mandrake challenges the Today presenter John Humphrys to declare the income and hospitality he receives from the Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre

Lib Dem elder statesman Menzies Campbell talks about the polarised nature of modern politics.

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