Michael Roth - Germany News

“I have often said Shakespeare could not have written any better the tragedy we are now witnessing in Britain.” – German Europe Minister Michael Roth.Read More →

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Labour’s Brexit spokesman, Keir Starmer, told the BBC he was open to extending Article 50 if that meant Britain avoided leaving the EU without a deal.Read More →

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“If a second referendum takes place, then obviously the party will decide what role we will play in that … but I can’t really go along with the idea that it should simply be a re-run of what happened in 2016,” Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.Read More →

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The odds look stacked against Theresa May winning parliamentary approval for her deal, which has come under fire from all sides, including eurosceptics, supporters of the EU and the Northern Irish party propping up her minority Conservative government.Read More →

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‘We are having these conversations in order to minimize the demands on policing from any resulting large crowds or queues at shops and as part of our regular civil contingency engagement with businesses and partners.’ – Met spokesman told Politico.Read More →

Theresa May - Jeremy Corbyn - UK Politics Today

Jeremy Corbyn to call for a General Election if Theresa May loses vote in Parliament over her Brexit Plans. Two Labour officials confirmed the party would call a vote of confidence in Theresa May within days of the likely defeat of her Brexit deal.Read More →

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“The door remains open, but it will be up to them to choose, not us,” France’s European Affairs Minister Nathalie Loiseau told French TV station CNews. Read More →

Brexit - UK News - Europe EU

“Today’s ruling sends a clear message to UK MPs ahead of tomorrow’s vote that there is a way out of this mess. A light at the end of the tunnel for the economy, for jobs and for the UK’s standing on the world stage. Now it’s up to the UK. Read More →

Brexit - UK Politics News

“We could have run round like headless chickens. But we were able to vaccinate member states against the British spin machine we always feared.” – senior EU official after Nov. 14 deal. Read More →

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“It’s an option for the future, but it’s not an option for today, because if we had a referendum tomorrow, what’s it going to be on? What’s the question going to be?” UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.Read More →

Brexit - UK Politics News

Labour MP Chuka Umunna told The Independent on Saturday: “Last week over 700,000 people from all over the country and from all walks of life took to the streets to demand a say over the biggest decision this country faces since the Second World War. This week sees The Independent’s petition for a Final Say reach over one million signatures.

“As the disaster of Brexit unfolds, and more and more people reach the conclusion that however you voted in 2016 no one voted for this mess, the momentum for a people’s vote just gets stronger. This cannot be ignored by the main parties.”Read More →

Gina Miller - Brexit Campaign - UK Politics

Organisers say this one will be bigger and involve supporters of all major parties from every corner of Britain — and beyond.

“More than 150 coaches will bring people from towns and cities from every region and nation,” they said in a statement.

Even dogs are coming. Read More →

Tony Blair - UK Politics Headline Today

Former British leader Tony Blair said: “Whatever Brexit is on offer today is going to result in significant economic harm. I still believe it is possible that Brexit is stopped. There is no majority in parliament for any proposition that the prime minister brings back.” Read More →