PM defeated over Brexit strategy
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PM defeated over Brexit strategy

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionWhy did May lose another Brexit vote? Theresa May has suffered a fresh defeat in a Commons vote on her…

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Brexit has cost UK economy at least £80bn since vote – Bank rate-setter
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Brexit has cost UK economy at least £80bn since vote – Bank rate-setter

Brexit has already cost the UK economy at least £80bn since the EU referendum, and a damaging no-deal scenario could force an emergency cut in interest rates, according…

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Liam Fox says ERG must ditch ‘ideological purity’ in MPs’ Brexit vote
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Liam Fox says ERG must ditch ‘ideological purity’ in MPs’ Brexit vote

Liam Fox has told Brexiter MPs to put their “ideological purity” aside and support the government in Thursday’s vote on Brexit. Members of the hard Brexit European Research…

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Brexit ‘muppet’ urges Dutch to prepare
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Brexit ‘muppet’ urges Dutch to prepare

Image copyright Stef blok Image caption Dutch Foreign Minister Stef Blok (L) poses with an invasive Brexit monster The Dutch government sees Brexit not as the elephant in…

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MPs set to debate Brexit next steps
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MPs set to debate Brexit next steps

Image copyright PA MPs are to debate and vote on the next steps in the Brexit process later, as Theresa May continues to try to get a deal…

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Corbyn faces frontbench exodus if he fails to seek new Brexit referendum
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Corbyn faces frontbench exodus if he fails to seek new Brexit referendum

Jeremy Corbyn faces up to 10 resignations from the Labour frontbench if he fails to throw his party’s weight behind a fresh bid to force Theresa May to…

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PM plays down Brexit ‘deal or delay’ report
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PM plays down Brexit ‘deal or delay’ report

Theresa May has played down reports that she could force MPs to choose between backing her deal or accepting a delay to EU withdrawal.ITV News said chief UK…

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Hardline Brexiters threaten to vote down Theresa May’s motion
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Hardline Brexiters threaten to vote down Theresa May’s motion

Hardline Brexit supporters are threatening to inflict yet another Commons defeat on Theresa May over their fears the government is effectively ruling out leaving the EU with no…

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Brexit: UK has rolled over just £16bn out of £117bn trade deals
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Brexit: UK has rolled over just £16bn out of £117bn trade deals

The government’s push to roll over EU trade deals from which the UK currently benefits has yielded agreements covering only £16bn of the near-£117bn of British trade with…

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Brexit minister downplays article 50 extension
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Brexit minister downplays article 50 extension

The Brexit secretary, Stephen Barclay, has played down the possibility of an extension to article 50 as the UK prepares to leave the European Union. His comments follow…

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Wednesday briefing: Drinking up time? Brexit plot spilled in Brussels
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Wednesday briefing: Drinking up time? Brexit plot spilled in Brussels

Top story: ‘Long extension if they don’t vote for deal’ Hello – Warren Murray presenting the news sifted and unbleached. Theresa May’s Brexit strategy may have been accidentally…

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Brexit doubts leave firms ‘hung out to dry’
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Brexit doubts leave firms ‘hung out to dry’

Image copyright Getty Images UK firms have accused the government of leaving them "hung out to dry" in the event of a no-deal Brexit.With less than 50 days…

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Theresa May’s Brexit tactic: my way or a long delay
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Theresa May’s Brexit tactic: my way or a long delay

Theresa May’s high-stakes Brexit strategy may have been accidentally revealed after her chief negotiator Olly Robbins was overheard in a Brussels bar saying MPs will be given a…

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Theresa May asks MPs to hold their nerve on Brexit talks
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Theresa May asks MPs to hold their nerve on Brexit talks

Theresa May has appealed to MPs for more time to push Brussels into agreeing to changes to her Brexit deal, in an update to the Commons that contained…

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Naked anti-Brexit campaigner challenges Rees-Mogg on live TV
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Naked anti-Brexit campaigner challenges Rees-Mogg on live TV

The naked pro-Europe campaigner Victoria Bateman has repeated her challenge to a debate with the arch-Brexiter Jacob Rees-Mogg on live TV but has dropped her demand that the…

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Woman Appears Naked On Good Morning Britain To Debate Brexit
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Woman Appears Naked On Good Morning Britain To Debate Brexit

42 minutes ago 0  Shares Woman Appears Naked On Good Morning Britain To Debate Brexit Tue Feb 12 2019 08:29:35 GMT+0000 (GMT) Tue Feb 12 2019 09:06:59 GMT+0000…

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Brexit: Leadsom urges Tories not to be ‘purist’ about  Irish backstop
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Brexit: Leadsom urges Tories not to be ‘purist’ about Irish backstop

Andrea Leadsom has urged Conservative MPs not to be “purist” about the changes Theresa May hopes to secure for the Irish backstop arrangement, as she said the House…

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MPs must hold their nerve on Brexit – May
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MPs must hold their nerve on Brexit – May

Image copyright EPA Brexit talks are at a "crucial stage", Theresa May will tell MPs later when she updates them on the negotiations.The PM will say "we now…

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Tuesday briefing: ‘Pantomime’ of Brexit baffles Europeans
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Tuesday briefing: ‘Pantomime’ of Brexit baffles Europeans

Top story: ‘It is time Britain left now’ Hello, it’s Warren Murray, and I would like to draw your attention to the following matters. “It’s a mixture of…

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Food industry warns Gove on Brexit ‘crisis’
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Food industry warns Gove on Brexit ‘crisis’

Image copyright Getty Images The UK food industry has threatened to stop co-operating with government policy consultations, saying it is busy trying to stave off the "catastrophic impact"…

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Hammond’s Brexit ‘dividend’ claim rejected as UK economy stalls
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Hammond’s Brexit ‘dividend’ claim rejected as UK economy stalls

Philip Hammond’s claim that Britain can reap an economic dividend from Theresa May’s Brexit deal has been flatly rejected by MPs, as official figures confirmed the UK has…

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