Britain will do “whatever it takes” to protect its territorial integrity in a trade dispute with the European Union (EU), Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Saturday, threatening emergency measures if no solution was found.
The majority of British firms have faced disruption with trade with the European Union since Brexit, with many expecting the problem to last for some time, according to a survey published on Saturday.
If this election was bad for the left, it was even worse for centrists. Every MP who defected from Labour or the Tories to the Lib Dems, who signed up to the shambolic
Boris Johnson told us what would happen if we didn’t leave the EU on 31 October. And since he must have been telling the truth, there’ll be a lot of cleaning up to do.
A general election has been announced. Parliament has been dissolved and, as is now par for the course in contests of power, the campaigns are characterised by hateful rhetoric, duplicity and diversion tactics.
There is nothing to stop Boris Johnson slicing through Labour Leave seats like a hot knife through butter — according to an opinion poll in Workington, that is. It found that if they were voting
Boris Johnson’s proposal to hold an election on December 12 seems set to be defeated in the Commons. But Jo Swinson’s and Nicola Sturgeon’s plan to hold one on December 9 may have legs
The headlines on Wednesday were all depressingly predictable: Grinches stealing Christmas, turkeys being stuffed or voting for Christmas. But there was one that I profoundly
Another Brexit deal with Brussels, this time by the ‘do or die’ famed Johnson. But a Super Saturday awaits, before its fate is decided. The withdrawal agreement by his predecessor Theresa May