Scottish Brexit Minister: No-Deal Brexit ‘becoming increasingly likely’
Ahead of next week’s critical week for Theresa May’s Brexit deal, ministers are again split, this time over the prospect of a no-deal scenario. Mrs May faces a series of votes on Tuesday – including calls for MPs to take control of the Brexit process. Today, supporters of a second referendum have been rallying in…
Forget politicians – here’s the experts’ view of a No-Deal Brexit
With Theresa May’s Brexit deal struggling to get support in the House of Commons, a number of MPs believe the country is getting closer to a No-Deal Brexit. Some politicians say it could be a great opportunity; others warn of Britain “crashing out”. But what do people away from Westminster think might happen in the case…
Calls for second Brexit referendum but can it actually happen?
Opposition to Theresa May’s proposed Brexit deal is increasing.
Brexit explained: what happens when the UK leaves the EU?
From hard Brexit and hard borders, to soft Brexit or the Chequers deal – here’s everything you need to know.
May hit by more Conservative rebel resignations
Theresa May has been hit by more resignations over her Brexit plan, just hours after appealing for Tory unity at the first meeting of her new-look cabinet. Ben Bradley and Maria Caulfield stepped down as vice chairs of the Conservative Party, one calling the plan as “the worst of all worlds”. The PM didn’t get…
We speak to the Eurosceptic Tory MP Andrew Bridgen, who’s not very happy with the deal Theresa May has got past her Cabinet. Even Boris Johnson agreed to it, after some apparently colourful language at Friday’s Chequers talks.
What are the second referendum chances?
Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage has floated the idea of there being another referendum on EU membership. He said it could shut up people who he called “remoaning” politicians as the new vote in favour of leaving would be so huge. Our political editor Gary Gibbon is in Westminster.
Brexit: Leave voters give their verdict
Wakefield delivered one of the strongest Leave votes in the country. Here tonight in the Hepworth Gallery, we have a room full of people who all voted to leave the EU, politicians and voters, to debate whether Brexit is on track, or being messed up, or even betrayed.