That defeat for the government was of a scale few had contemplated. Some blamed the PM’s words to MPs last night. Some said the crowd mentality seIzed people and they joined the herd. Several former Cabinet Ministers told me that the PM would blow the party apart if she reached over to Labour senior backbenchers.…
The Big Brexit Vote – Channel 4 News Special
A special two hour programme with all the votes, analysis and reaction on a historic day in British politics.
May loses Brexit vote – what happens next?
This is the moment MPs voted resoundingly against the prime minister’s Brexit deal by 432 votes to 202. We analyse what this could mean for Theresa May, the government and for the future of Brexit.
The Big Brexit Vote: Channel 4 News special, tonight at 7
Tune in at 7pm on Channel 4 and right here on the Channel 4 News website for a special two hour programme with all the votes, analysis and reaction on a historic day in British politics.
Brexit debate LIVE: MPs discuss Theresa May’s deal for the final day
Watch the latest drama from the House of Commons as MPs conclude the debate over Theresa May’s Brexit deal – and vote on whether to accept it. And tune in at 7pm on Channel 4, YouTube and the Channel 4 News website for a special two hour programme with all the reaction to a historic…
Dutch MEP Sophie in ‘t Veld: ‘UK’s influence in Europe has faded since Brexit vote’
The EU is getting ready for a possible request from London to extend Article 50 and delay Brexit. But on what terms and for how long? We speak now Sophie in ‘t Veld, a Dutch MEP and one of the leaders of the liberal grouping in the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
Former cabinet minister Nicky Morgan: ‘If May can’t set out Plan B, parliament will have to do that work’
We talk to former education secretary Nicky Morgan, who will be voting for Theresa May’s deal but is prepared to back a softer Brexit if the Prime Minister loses tomorrow night, and Labour MP Chuka Umunna, who backs a second referendum.
How May’s Brexit deal is viewed in Leave-voting Stoke
Theresa May gave her last-gasp speech in Stoke-on-Trent, where people voted overwhelmingly to leave the EU. We spent the day meeting residents to see what they thought of Mrs May’s plan.
May urges MPs to back her Brexit deal ahead of crucial vote
In less than 24 hours MPs will be voting on Theresa May’s Brexit deal. She warned her Remain-supporting opponents that if it’s defeated on Tuesday, that could mean leaving with no deal.
The British people ‘gave an answer, we have to act upon it’ – Tory minister
We spoke to Education Secretary and Brexit supporter Damian Hinds, who is backing the Prime Minister’s deal.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe begins hunger strike in Iran prison
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has started a hunger strike in protest at not receiving medical attention she says she needs in her Tehran jail. Her husband also says that the Iranians have suggested that they could release her if she agreed to spy for them.
Wood burners targeted in government’s clean air strategy
Tempted by that cosy log-burning stove? Or that crackling open wood fire? Well think again. The government intends to ban most of the above under its clean air strategy, unveiled today. Green campaigners say even this doesn’t go far enough in cleaning up England’s air, but it has been welcomed by the World Health Organization. Farmers and their…
Andy Murray loses what could be his final match
Down under it’s all about Andy. Andy Murray. One of Britain’s greatest ever players was knocked out on the first day of the Australian Open after a five-set nail-biter. But the real suspense was how much pain the Scotsman’s hip would cause him and whether he would, as tearfully announced a few days ago, retire. So is…
UK finance chief warns of no-deal Brexit ‘catastrophe’ for banking industry
A no-deal Brexit would create a “1930s-style contraction” according to the head of UK Finance, which represents banks and financial services.
May urges MPs to back her Brexit deal
The prime minister has urged MPs to support her Brexit deal in a speech ahead of tomorrow’s crucial vote on the Withdrawal Agreement.
Black Men Walking: How walking hobby became a symbol of identity
When does a walk in the countryside become a political act? When it’s organised by the Black men walking group.
Stephen Kinnock MP on Tuesday’s meaningful Brexit vote
With me now is the Labour MP Stephen Kinnock, who’s been named in the papers as one of the MPs behind the plot to take back parliamentary control and Conservative party vice chair Chris Philp – who’s backing Theresa May’s deal.