Johnson demands December election, abandons ‘do or die’ Brexit promise

By |oktober 24th, 2019|Article 50 extension, Boris Johnson, Brexit, Brexit bill, general elections, House of Commons, News|

Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday (24 October) abandoned his promise to take the UK out of the European Union at the end of October and instead set out new plans to force a general election on 12 December.

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Johnson’s deal secures majority but Parliament pushes for ratification delay

By |oktober 22nd, 2019|Boris Johnson, Brexit, Brexit bill, House of Commons, meaningful vote, News, Withdrawal agreement|

The House of Commons backed Boris Johnson’s Brexit bill to proceed for a second reading on Tuesday (22 October) but against fast-tracking the process as the government proposed, hence pushing for a delay. 

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Brexit can be stopped, leading Remainer stays hopeful

By |november 26th, 2018|Andrew Adonis, Article 50, Brexit, Brexit bill, Brexit withdrawal agreement, News, Our Future Our Choice|

“It’s now very likely that Brexit will be stopped,” insists Andrew Adonis, a former Labour cabinet minister, and member of the House of Lords.

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May defeats final Brexit challenges in parliament

By |junij 13th, 2018|Brexit bill, News, SNP, Soft Brexit, Theresa May|

Prime Minister Theresa May defeated the final challenges to her EU Withdrawal Bill in parliament on Wednesday (13 June) after 48 hours of drama in Westminster.

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May avoids Commons defeat after offering rebels concession on ‘no deal’ Brexit

By |junij 13th, 2018|Brexit, Brexit bill, House of Commons, News, Theresa May|

Theresa May avoided a humiliating parliamentary defeat to her government’s EU withdrawal bill, but only after appearing to promise rebel MPs an effective block on a ‘no deal’ Brexit.

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Minister: Scots still looking for ‘least worst’ Brexit option

By |maj 24th, 2018|Brexit, Brexit bill, Fiona Hyslop, Migration, News, Scotland, Scotland referendum|

“The best option for us is remaining in the European Union,” Scotland’s Culture and External Affairs minister Fiona Hyslop tells EURACTIV. Faced with the reality of Brexit, the Scottish government is “trying to identify the least-worst option,” she explains.

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Brexit turns into a constitutional crisis in Britain

By |maj 17th, 2018|Brexit, Brexit bill, House of Commons, House of Lords, News, United Kingdom|

Divisions across the UK's political institutions are turning Brexit into a major domestic constitutional crisis, writes Denis MacShane.

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The Brief – Two tribes

By |maj 4th, 2018|Brexit bill, Jeremy Corbyn, News, The Brief|

At a briefing with the US Ambassador to Brussels a week before Barack Obama’s re-election in 2012, a group of the Brussels press pack (mainly Britons) mused that America’s politics were so polarised that the country had become ungovernable.

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Customs Union: The least bad Brexit compromise that nobody wants

By |april 26th, 2018|Brexit, Brexit bill, Customs Union, News, Soft Brexit, Theresa May|

One joke already doing the rounds in Westminster is that Brexit is like Communist Russia: it only failed because it wasn’t done properly.

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London seeks to break Brexit deadlock over claims of devolution power-grab

By |februar 12th, 2018|Brexit bill, Carwyn Jones, David Lidington, devolution, News, Scotland, Wales|

Cabinet office minister David Lidington is expected to unveil new powers for the UK's devolved governments, in a bid to break the deadlock between them and Theresa May’s government over an alleged ‘power grab’ by London through its Brexit legislation.

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