May to ask MPs for further fortnight’s grace in Brexit talks
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May to ask MPs for further fortnight’s grace in Brexit talks

Theresa May hopes to convince the House of Commons on Tuesday to give her another fortnight’s grace to keep pushing for changes to the Irish backstop – despite…

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Barnier says Britain must give ground to break Brexit impasse
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Barnier says Britain must give ground to break Brexit impasse

Michel Barnier has said “something has to give” on the British side of the negotiations if the Brexit impasse is to be broken. The EU’s chief negotiator insisted…

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Brexit: Theresa May needs to ‘take a breath’ and admit UK is not ready to leave EU
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Brexit: Theresa May needs to ‘take a breath’ and admit UK is not ready to leave EU

Brexit: Theresa May needs to ‘take a breath’ and admit UK is not ready to leave EU, say remainer Tory MPs Prime minister’s plan will leave communities and…

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UK will deploy drone squadron after Brexit, says defence secretary
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UK will deploy drone squadron after Brexit, says defence secretary

The British defence secretary has revealed plans to invest £7m in a swarm squadron of drones theoretically capable of jamming enemy air defences, in a bellicose speech in…

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BBC Radio 4’s news not biased against Brexit, says regulator
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BBC Radio 4’s news not biased against Brexit, says regulator

BBC Radio 4’s news output is not inherently anti-Brexit, the media regulator has concluded, dismissing a formal complaint from a group of MPs and peers who believe the…

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Manufacturing slump puts UK economy into reverse as Brexit looms
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Manufacturing slump puts UK economy into reverse as Brexit looms

The British economy plunged into reverse in December, with a broad-based slump in economic output completing the weakest year for growth since 2012. The Office for National Statistics…

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Brexit: May has ruled out Corbyn’s customs union plan – minister
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Brexit: May has ruled out Corbyn’s customs union plan – minister

One of Theresa May’s ministers has said the prime minister has rejected Jeremy Corbyn’s Brexit plan of a customs union but insisted her letter to the Labour leader…

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May replies to Corbyn’s Brexit demands
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May replies to Corbyn’s Brexit demands

Image copyright PA Theresa May has responded to Jeremy Corbyn's letter setting out his five demands for a Brexit deal.The prime minister queried his call for the UK…

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Brexit: MPs will have another say by end of month, says minister
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Brexit: MPs will have another say by end of month, says minister

The government has sought to buy Theresa May more time to put together a workable Brexit deal by promising MPs another say by the end of the month,…

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May to ask MPs for more time on Brexit
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May to ask MPs for more time on Brexit

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionHousing and Communities Secretary James Brokenshire on securing "seamless border" in Ireland MPs will get another chance to vote on…

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Sack Grayling over the Brexit ferry fiasco, demand MPs
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Sack Grayling over the Brexit ferry fiasco, demand MPs

Theresa May faced cross-party calls to sack her transport secretary, Chris Grayling, last night, after the calamitous collapse of a no-deal Brexit ferry contract handed to a company…

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Brexiter MPs unmoved by EU hint at legal assurance on backstop
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Brexiter MPs unmoved by EU hint at legal assurance on backstop

A suggestion by one of the EU’s most powerful officials of possible further legal assurances on the Irish backstop has failed to win over Brexiter MPs, leading to…

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Brexit: Talks on backstop ‘alternative arrangements’ begin
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Brexit: Talks on backstop ‘alternative arrangements’ begin

MPs are meeting with the government to discuss alternative arrangements to the proposed Irish border “backstop”, as three days of talks begin. The Alternative Arrangements Working Group, with…

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May ‘determined’ to deliver Brexit on time
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May ‘determined’ to deliver Brexit on time

Image copyright Reuters Image caption In the Sunday Telegraph Theresa May said she rejects "that seeking alternative arrangements for the backstop constitutes 'ripping up the Good Friday Agreement'"…

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Brexit could see dangerous criminals go free in UK with police unable to access EU conviction records
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Brexit could see dangerous criminals go free in UK with police unable to access EU conviction records

Dangerous criminals could go free in the UK after Brexit if police officers cannot access European conviction records, a senior official has warned. British police will be left…

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Nissan ‘set to abandon plans to build X-Trail model in Sunderland’ as Brexit uncertainty shakes UK car industry
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Nissan ‘set to abandon plans to build X-Trail model in Sunderland’ as Brexit uncertainty shakes UK car industry

Japanese carmaker Nissan is set to abandon plans to build the X-Trail model at its Sunderland plant, according to reports.  The company is said to have performed a U-turn…

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McDonnell accuses PM of ‘pork-barrel’ politics with Brexit ‘bribery’
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McDonnell accuses PM of ‘pork-barrel’ politics with Brexit ‘bribery’

John McDonnell has criticised Theresa May’s rumoured approach to persuading Labour MPs to vote for her Brexit deal as “pork-barrel” politics, saying: “If there is money there to…

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UK would regret no-deal Brexit ‘for ever’ – Greg Clark
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UK would regret no-deal Brexit ‘for ever’ – Greg Clark

 Britain would permanently regret leaving the European Union without a deal, and parliament needs to reach a decision to stop this in the next two weeks, business secretary…

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Revealed: plan to deal with ‘putrefying stockpiles’ of rubbish after no-deal Brexit
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Revealed: plan to deal with ‘putrefying stockpiles’ of rubbish after no-deal Brexit

Government officials are preparing to deal with “putrefying stockpiles” of rubbish in the event of a no-deal Brexit, according to documents leaked to the Guardian. If the UK…

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UK Citizens Will Still Travel Visa Free Through Europe After Brexit
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UK Citizens Will Still Travel Visa Free Through Europe After Brexit

33 minutes ago 0  Shares UK Citizens Will Still Travel Visa Free Through Europe After Brexit 2019-02-01 11:37:33 2019-02-01 12:10:39 Tom Wood Tom Wood in  News Powered by…

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Brexit: Gibraltar ‘colony’ row flares as EU makes travel visa-free for Britons
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Brexit: Gibraltar ‘colony’ row flares as EU makes travel visa-free for Britons

A straightforward change in EU law guaranteeing visa-free travel for Britons in Europe after Brexit has sparked a diplomatic row after Brussels described Gibraltar as “a colony of…

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