Britain’s Brexit negotiator has called out EU negotiator Michel Barnier for the bloc’s apparent dirty tricks on Northern Ireland, which could see the British province of Northern Ireland blocked from importing food from Great Britain.
The report criticised the govt for failing to look into the possibility of Russian interferrence — a claim the government has rejected.
Nigel Farage struck a defiant tone after being informed by police that reporting on the illegal boat migrants was not “essential travel”, saying that he will continue “to cover this scandal” despite the police warnings and the criticism from the “sneerocracy” in the mainstream media.
Britons are feeling the most optimistic in their domestic financial wellbeing for 11 years, in the latest sign of confidence since Boris Johnson won the election and the UK left the EU.
Addressing a crowd gathered in Parliament Square in London, Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage told fellow Brexiteers “the war is over” as Britain formally leaves the European Union.
Britain’s iconic Union Flag was ceremoniously lowered, folded, and taken away in the European Council building in Brussels ahead of Brexit at 11 p.m. on January 31st.
A contender to replace ageing socialist Jeremy Corbyn as the leader of the Labour Party concluded his campaign by deriding over half of Britain’s electorate, saying the Brexit campaign had “racism at its core”.
Queen Elizabeth II has unveiled her Government’s legislative programme at the State Opening of Parliament, revealing Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s ambitions to deliver Brexit, invest in public services, and “lead the way in tackling global climate change”.
Let’s celebrate two of the unsung heroes of Brexit before they disappear down the plughole of history: Gina Miller and Jolyon Maugham QC!
Conservative critics are raising concerns over Boris Johnson’s liberal instincts, among them his high-spending and open-borders views.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has said that the Brexit war is over and the UK is “much closer” to leaving the EU after the Conservatives won the General Election.
Rarely have I seen Nigel Farage look so drained, grey and subdued as he did when announcing today in Hartlepool that he was standing down a chunk of his army. His Brexit Party will not be contesting any of the