Brexit: Tony Blair and John Main disappear MPs to reject invoice

Brexit: Tony Blair and John Main disappear MPs to reject invoice

Image caption Sir John Major and Tony Blair have joined critics opposing the government’s proposed Internal Market Bill Ex-Prime Ministers Tony Blair and Sir John Major have urged MPs to reject the “shameful” attempt to override parts of the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement.The two have accused the government of “embarrassing” the UK by seeking the power…

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Brexit: Geoffrey Cox says PM ‘damaging’ UK’s popularity with invoice

Brexit: Geoffrey Cox says PM ‘damaging’ UK’s popularity with invoice

Image copyright UK Parliament/Jessica Taylor Former Attorney General Geoffrey Cox has said he will vote against the government’s attempts to override the Brexit withdrawal agreement when it comes before the Commons.He accused Boris Johnson of doing “unconscionable” damage to Britain’s international reputation.The Internal Market Bill would go against the agreement signed by the UK and…

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Brexit news newest: Boris Johnson faces Commons showdown over bill to override Brexit deal as Geoffrey Cox leads revolt

Brexit news newest: Boris Johnson faces Commons showdown over bill to override Brexit deal as Geoffrey Cox leads revolt

The latest headlines in your inbox twice a day Monday – Friday plus breaking news updates Boris Johnson will face a grilling from senior MPs today when he is set to appear at the Liaison Committee. He is expected to be asked about negotiations with the EU, days after the controversial UK Internal Market Bill…

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Brexit: Negotiator David Frost says UK not nervous of strolling away

Brexit: Negotiator David Frost says UK not nervous of strolling away

Image copyright EPA The UK’s chief Brexit negotiator has said the government is not “scared” of walking away from talks without a trade deal ready to come into force in 2021.David Frost told the Mail on Sunday the UK would leave the transition arrangement – which sees it follow many EU rules – “come what…

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Brexit news – are living: Infuriate over ‘most reckless’ plans to override deal as Boris Johnson space to say collapsing talks tranquil ‘correct final outcome’

Brexit news – are living: Infuriate over ‘most reckless’ plans to override deal as Boris Johnson space to say collapsing talks tranquil ‘correct final outcome’

As it happenedended1599461263Ursula von der Leyen, the president of the European Commission, told the UK government that the agreement, which was ratified by the UK last year, was “an obligation under international law”.It came as Labour said the prime minister was “playing a dangerous game in Northern Ireland” and risking the UK’s international standing.Here are…

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Brexit info LIVE: Boris Johnson's idea 'breaks world law' as Sir Keir Starmer urges Downing Avenue no longer to 'reopen primitive wounds'

Brexit info LIVE: Boris Johnson's idea 'breaks world law' as Sir Keir Starmer urges Downing Avenue no longer to 'reopen primitive wounds'

The latest headlines in your inbox twice a day Monday – Friday plus breaking news updates Diplomats from the EU and the UK are meeting in London for hastily arranged Brexit talks after Boris Johnson’s move to override key parts of the Withdrawal Agreement break with Brussels. Michael Gove will talk with EU official Maros…

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Brexit: EU ultimatum to UK over withdrawal deal changes

Brexit: EU ultimatum to UK over withdrawal deal changes

Image copyright Reuters The EU is demanding the UK ditches plans to change Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal “by the end of the month” or risk jeopardising trade talks.The UK has published a bill to rewrite parts of the withdrawal agreement it signed in January.The EU said this had “seriously damaged trust” and it would not…

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