no deal brexit

The Independent › Finance › 1 week ago
Companies will only increase investment when ‘direction of travel’ becomes clear
The Independent › Opinions › 1 month ago
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The Independent › Opinions › 1 month ago
Beyond having the chance to make a difference, having the right to vote is one of the most fundamental elements of a functioning, democratic society. This right has been hard-fought and should be respected
The Independent › Opinions › 1 month ago
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The Independent › Opinions › 1 month ago
The Tories, with a commanding 15-point lead over Labour hardly need Farage to rescue them. If Brexit will soon be over, so will the Brexit party and so will Farage
The Independent › Opinions › 1 month ago
Having moved Labour policy leftwards, Corbyn himself is not an election winner. The greatest gift he can now give his party is to make way for someone else who can throw Boris Johnson off balance
Mirror Online › Politics › 1 month ago
Operation Yellowhammer and Operation Brock are still in force - and No10 was unable to say how much of a £100m no-deal advertising budget has been blown
The Independent › Opinions › 1 month ago
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The Independent › Politics › 1 month ago
Reduction aims to alleviate congestion at Portsmouth as government contingency planning assumes 70% of lorries will not be 'border-ready'
The Independent › Opinions › 1 month ago
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Mirror Online › Politics › 1 month ago
Boris Johnson is trying to rush through one of the most complex laws in years - in just three days. Here's everything you need to know about the WAB
The Independent › Opinions › 1 month ago
Under the Danish system, the UK's 2016 referendum would have to have been ignored
The Independent › 1 month ago
Editorial: In particular, MPs have the opportunity to consider putting the issue – the Johnson deal in essence – to the people via a Final Say referendum
The Independent › Opinions › 1 month ago
From Carson to Paisley to Foster, Northern Ireland’s unionists refuse to learn the lesson that they will never be a priority for Britain
The Independent › Opinions › 1 month ago
It was as if our prime minister had his fingers crossed behind his back, or added the word 'Not!' after giving the text to the diplomats. Or shaking his head and doing the internationally recognised wanker gesture to mark the historic moment
The Independent › 1 month ago
Editorial: With Mr Johnson there can be no trust, and the parliamentarians are entirely right to resist being bounced in the euphoric (in some quarters) relief that some sort of UK-EU withdrawal agreement has been concluded
The Independent › Opinions › 1 month ago
Rather than dialling down this mood and working to bring people together, Boris Johnson has added fuel to the fire with his bombast and bluster. Our reckless leader is wrecking our country
Mirror Online › Politics › 1 month ago
Boris Johnson is looking down the barrel of defeat after he secured a final Brexit deal with the EU. Here's what it actually means - and what happens now
Mirror Online › Politics › 1 month ago
The hardline Northern Irish party say they fear the deal would not be in "in Northern Ireland's long-term economic and constitutional interests"
The Independent › Opinions › 2 months ago
From enthusiasm for a second referendum to the chances remain would win, the evidence on the public mood is clearer than a lot of people seem to think.
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