After another failed summit the current debate in the United Kingdom is whether to leave the European Union with no deal. European leaders told Theresa May that a renegotiation was not possible. Frustrations boiled over during a “robust” exchange with the European Commission President after claims he’d complained her demands were “nebulous and imprecise”.
Theresa May has defeated a vote of no confidence bid within her own party after securing the votes of 200 Conservative MPs.
Watch a special extended Channel 4 News tonight as Conservative MPs vote on whether they want Theresa May to continue as Prime Minister or not. Will she gain the 158 votes she needs to survive?
Watch Channel 4 News live at noon here. We will be live streaming a special extended programme at 12pm, including PMQs, as Theresa May faces a confidence vote tonight by the Conservative Party.
Theresa May’s attempt to save her Brexit Deal has taken her on a whistle stop tour of Europe. Tonight, she is in Brussels to see the European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.
Caught between defeat and a hard place, Theresa May has called off the vote on her Brexit deal and will, despite EU refusals, bid to renegotiate the issue which is tearing her party apart – the Northern Ireland backstop.
As the UK’s departure date from the EU draws nearer, we look at whether a second referendum is possible – and if so, how it might look.
David David poured cold water on the suggestion that Britain could pursue a Norway-style deal and accept freedom of movement as part of membership of the single market and customs union. Ahead of a meeting with Tory activists in Birmingham, he also warned the Prime Minister that the question was not whether, but how her deal would be defeated in the Commons.
The Chancellor told MPs it would be a delusion to think there is any chance of renegotiating the Brexit deal. But former Brexit Secretary David Davis said the deal should be “buried at the crossroads” with a stake “through its heart”.
Watch the key speeches from the Brexit debate below. We are live streaming the debates every day on our YouTube channel. Each link here will take you to the start of the key speeches. The list is collated by order of appearance.
A woman who claims she was abused by a vicar has told Channel 4 News she was forced to sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) – before she was allowed to read an official review accusing the Church of England of mismanaging her complaints.
MPs have humiliated the Government by voting to hold ministers in contempt of parliament – for the first time in history – for refusing to publish the Attorney General’s full legal advice on Brexit.
In the fallout from the Khashoggi murder case, some Saudi activists in the US and Canada have told Channel 4 News they believe they’ve been actively targeted by Saudi authorities
Theresa May got a Brexit deal, but loads of politicians think it’s rubbish. So what’s happening now? Watch our latest animated explainer here.
Demonstrators set fire to cars and barricades in the middle of the Champs-Elysées, with police firing tear gas and water cannons in response. President Macron has refused to back down over the tax increases, insisting it’s part of his strategy to combat climate change.