FactCheck: the new Brexit deal explained
How does Boris Johnson’s deal differ from the one that Theresa May failed to get past the House of Commons?
Tory Brexiteer Andrew Bridgen on Brexit deal: ‘If DUP can’t support it, it makes that much harder for me to support’
Andrew Bridgen is a leading member of the Brexit-supporting European Research Group, and Alison McGovern is a Labour MP who supports a second referendum.
Brexit deal hangs in balance ahead of key EU summit
The attempt to reach a Brexit deal before tomorrow’s European summit is going down to the wire.
Irish MEP Mairead McGuinness on New IRA: ‘We shouldn’t allow anybody to take control of our peace’
The vice president of the Europeant Parliament, Fine Gael MEP, Mairead McGuinness, responds to our interview with the New IRA.
Jonathan Powell on New IRA: ‘This is a pathetic, irrelevant organisation that enjoys minimal political support’
Jonathan Powell was the chief government negotiator in the Good Friday Agreement in Northern Ireland.
Brexit: Hopes rise for Brexit deal amid frantic negotiations
f the optimistic mood music emanating from Brussels is to be believed, a draft Brexit deal could be published as early as tomorrow.
Tory MP Tom Tugendhat on Syria: UK hasn’t ‘been firm enough with US’
Tom Tugendhat is the chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee.
British volunteer Lizzie Irvine: Kurds ‘furious and disgusted’ about US withdrawal from northern Syria
Lizzie Irvine is a British volunteer with the Kurds in northern Syria. We asked her what the situation was on the ground.
UK bans new arms sales to Turkey amid war crimes claims
The UN has warned that Turkey could be “deemed responsible” for alleged summary executions that may amount to war crimes, while Britain has banned all new arms sales to Ankara, but has stopped short of putting a halt to shipments of arms already ordered.
Labour’s Laura Pidcock: ‘Election triggered as soon as we can make sure we are not crashing out of EU’
Shadow Business Minister Laura Pidcock and Conservative MP Bim Afolami discuss the Queen’s Speech.
Queen’s Speech: programme for government or election manifesto launch?
All the pomp and pageantry you’d expect was rolled out this morning for the Queen’s Speech, intended to set out the government’s plans for the coming session. But what coming session? The government doesn’t have a majority, is desperate for a general election and thinks parliament is dead. The speech itself might well be voted…
Appeals for international intervention as Turkey claims to have captured a key Syrian border town
Turkey’s president has vowed to continue his offensive in Syria, and claims to have taken the border town of Ras al-Ain.
Kurdish activist Elif Sarican: Many Kurds “are choosing to stay” despite Turkish attacks
Cathy Newman is joined by Elif Sarican, a Kurd from Turkey herself, and an activist for the Kurdish Women’s Movement.
Leave cancelled for thousands of police officers in the event no-deal Brexit
Leave has been cancelled for thousands of police officers in 26 forces across the country – in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Intense Brexit: EU agrees to ‘intensify’ negotiations with the UK over Brexit
Getting stuck in a tunnel is usually something to avoid, but not in the strange world of EU and Brexit diplomacy.