Lord Kerr: ‘Nothing irrevocable about May’s Article 50 letter’
Lord Kerr, the former diplomat who helped draft Article 50, discusses Brexit.
Hull: where 67% voted for Brexit
Tonight we’re joined by an audience of business people, students and some of the city’s migrant population, some celebrating, some much more anxious about today and we’re going to ask what happens now.
Hull: the debate continues
Welcome back to Hull, and I’m here with an audience of people from across the city to ask what happens now Brexit is actually under way.
Article 50: Damian Green
Work and Pensions Secretary Damian Green, a close ally of the Prime Minister.
Article 50: Europeans react
Portuguese Socialist MEP Ana Maria Gomes.
Article 50: the view from Brussels
There was plenty of sadness here today about this divorce, but also some real steeliness. Adding a few veiled threats and some very clear red lines.
Brexit begins: Article 50 triggered on historic day
There is no turning back, said the PM. The two-year countdown to Brexit has begun, starting with a brief moment for the cameras as the formal exit note was handed over.
Brexit debated in Commons
Mrs May’s trip to Bahrain has meant that she missed today’s big set-piece Commons debate on Brexit. But she’d managed to draw the teeth from the Opposition motion by agreeing in advance to publish a statement of the Government’s plans before moving Article 50.