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Shadow Trade Minister Barry Gardiner: ‘We will respect the referendum result, we should leave the European Union’
We spoke to two Labour Party MPs; Labour’s Shadow Business Minister Barry Gardiner, and Melanie Onn who has been on the campaign trail in her constituency in Grimbsy.
Prisons Minister Rory Stewart: [Theresa May’s] lines on the withdrawal agreement are also the European Union’s red lines.”
Prisons Minister Rory Stewart discusses Brexit.
Chuka Umunna: ‘What’s the point in having a vote on a deal after we have left the European Union?’
Labour MP Chuka Umunna and Conservative MP Vicky Ford discuss Brexit.
Obama urges UK to stay in European Union
US President Barack Obama uses a trip to the UK to argue that the world benefits from Britain’s membership of the EU.
Marine Le Pen’s Front National has gripped the French electorate in the Euro elections but offers few solutions for the country’s deep-seated problems.
The next two days see a Nato meeting, a meeting of foreign ministers, and an EU gathering. Will countries with widely differing agendas on Ukraine be able to find a way forward?
European Union awarded the Nobel Peace Prize
The European Union is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for its role in creating a “continent of peace”. But in the midst of the worst economic crisis since the end of the war, is the timing ironic?
The case for a referendum on European fiscal union
‘Merkozy’ will formally propose their plan to the European Council on Friday. But under what circumstances could any treaty changes to the European Union trigger a UK referendum? FactCheck investigates.
European leaders gather in Versailles for emergency summit to boost support for Ukraine
Putin’s war is a defining moment for Europe. That’s what EU leaders were told as they met in the Palace of Versailles, site of another defining moment for Europe after World War One.
Mounting Unionist anger over GB-NI border checks
The European Union has begun legal action against the UK for unilaterally delaying the next phase of customs checks on the Irish Sea border.
FactCheck: Keir Starmer did want to stay in the European Medicines Agency, but it wouldn’t have affected the vaccine rollout
“Keir accepts that, on this occasion, the Prime Minister was referring to old comments about the European Medicines Agency and Keir admits he was wrong and made a mistake in his response.”
UK/EU ‘very far away’ as they prepare for talks – European Parliament Brexit trade negotiator
The European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has declared that the UK cannot expect a future trade deal with the EU to be similar to that with Canada – because it’s simply too close, geographically.
UK leaves EU after 47 years of European membership
On the stroke of 11 tonight, Britain will leave the European Union – with Boris Johnson telling his Cabinet “a new chapter in the United Kingdom’s story” would begin.
Former Italian PM Paolo Gentiloni: ‘Brexit biggest mistake by a European country since war’
Hard Brexit, soft Brexit, no Brexit – the subject is sucking the oxygen out of the European Union, impatient to tackle the big battle between nationalism and internationalism ahead of its own elections in May.