The Lib Dems are unlikely to win the election — but they could be kingmakers.
A snap poll suggested Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn drew in ITV’s head-to-head clash.
The two party leaders took questions from the audience in a debate broadcast on ITV.
The usual anti-Brexit groups, including the LSE’s Centre for Economic Performance, the IFS with its Green Budget Citibank partner, and the King’s College economists who run the ESRC’s The UK in a Changing Europe programme, are already attacking Boris Johnson’s EU deal, saying it will bring no benefits from free trade agreements with non-EU trade […]
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UK prime minister again rules out asking for an extension to Brexit transition period.
Boris Johnson’s on-the-record announcement last weekend that he will negotiate a SuperCanada-style Free Trade Agreement (FTA) – and that there will be no extension to the transition period after the end of 2020 – should give reassurance to all Brexit supporters that he is on a path to deliver a Brexit which gives us back […]
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Leading trade partners are seeking compensation from the U.K. and EU over Brexit uncertainty that has disrupted pre-Christmas trade. Some 15 countries — including heavyweights such as Australia and the U.S. — raised concerns over their commercial losses at today’s meeting of the World Trade Organization’s goods council, according to a Geneva-based official in the […]
The stakes in this election are incredibly high for all of us who have fought long and hard for Brexit. We have resurgent Liberal Democrats who think nothing of simply cancelling the result of the largest ever vote for any single issue ever held in this country. Didn’t happen, just ignore it and carry on […]
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Boris Johnson’s Brexit agreement is the best option for Brexit currently available and one which deserves enthusiastic backing from the electorate next month. While there are more negotiations to be done and many months of effective EU membership ahead to endure, the end point will be precisely where we wanted to be all along – […]
The Brexit Party will not fight in 317 seats across the country to avoid splitting the anti-EU vote.
It is the most important UK election for a generation — here’s POLITICO’s essential guide to the campaign.
Commissioner calls on Germany and other countries to counter a slowdown.
After a day of gaffes, the prime minister takes aim at Nigel Farage.
I read Ben Habib MEP’s article on BrexitCentral yesterday and thought it important to explain in a bit more detail why I think he is wrong – and why the Brexit Party is risking Brexit itself and doing so based on a false premise. I have great respect for all those who have fought so […]
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Labour leader says he could get Brexit sorted more quickly than Boris Johnson would.
US President Donald Trump again roiled British politics with his comments in an interview with Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage last week. In that interview he said two things of note. First, he made it very clear that the US was not after the UK’s NHS in a trade deal. To anyone involved in US […]
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Boris Johnson must choose between regulatory alignment with the EU or the US, but it’s not an easy decision.
‘We can’t make a trade deal with the UK,’ under the Brexit deal, the US president said.
Jeremy Corbyn says he is ‘determined to bring a divided country together.’
Delay to next Commission leaves EU in holding pattern.
Leaders of both main parties focus on health care during House of Commons clash.
Economists say Boris Johnson’s ‘Brexit dividend’ does not exist.
The first phase may have been the most fraught, but Johnson’s deal leaves lots to do – and many decisions to make – in the next stage.
The result of a general election next month would by no means be a foregone conclusion.
The prime minister has asked his EU adviser to lead the next stage of Brexit talks.
New Brexit agreement would see London keep duties it levies on goods entering the EU.
The continued use of international standards is critical for the UK’s ability to trade around the world, inside or outside the EU.
A rubber-stamp from MEPs isn’t guaranteed.
The British prime minister may get a Brexit vote Tuesday but more parliamentary hurdles stand in his way.
A few weeks, a few months, a few years? Or perhaps no extension at all.