“A small chink of light for business,” is how the CBI described the parliamentary Rebel Alliance’s bill to block this gangster government’s brutally destructive no-deal Brexit.
Boris Johnson was “blindsided” by Labour’s refusal to support an early election, I am told. If so, he was not the only one. At the start of last week, Jeremy Corbyn, Ian Blackford of the Scottish
We are living in dangerous times. How trite those words seem now, having being used so regularly through this never-ending political crisis. But, that doesn’t mean they lack truth, or power.
The British parliament on Wednesday voted to prevent Prime Minister Boris Johnson taking Britain out of the European Union (EU) without a deal, but he sought an election just weeks before Brexit to free his hands.
Boris Johnson’s fate is uncertain and so is the case with Brexit. Theresa May was forced to resign over the issue and if we are to go by what’s happening in Britain, Johnson’s days may
On Monday, a further showdown will take place in parliament with Boris Johnson bellowing at Jeremy Corbyn that he is “frit” of a general election. In truth, the House of Commons is not
During crunch talks over Brexit with French President Emmanuel Macron — who Johnson insisted on repeatedly addressing as "Monsieur le President" — the British premier joked and waved his hands flamboyantly.
And for one brief moment — immortalised by photographers —he leant back in his chair, placed the sole of his right foot on a table as he sat down for talks with Macron.
Opposition parties launched rival campaigns to topple Prime Minister Boris Johnson and stop him taking Britain out of the European Union without a deal, illustrating fractures in the anti-Brexit movement that make neither scheme likely to succeed.
The stern rebuff from Brussels came a day after British Prime Minister Boris Johnson again said that in the event of a "no-deal" Brexit on October 31, Britain would be free from financial obligations to the bloc.