Michael Gove has claimed the refusal of the SNP to back the new Brexit Bill could suggest they want the UK leave the EU without a deal.
Boris Johnson is striking a bullish Brexit stance as he faces another roller-coaster week in the Commons, insisting the UK will still quit the EU in 11 days’ time.
Michael Gove has insisted the UK will leave the EU by October 31 despite the Government asking Brussels for a delay.
The Scottish Government has undermined the Brexit process so that it can “smash up the United Kingdom”, Michael Gove has claimed.
Michael Gove has said he is “deeply worried” about the Scottish Government’s no-deal Brexit preparations, claiming money is not being passed on to local authorities most in need.
The Prime Minister, who has said a no-deal Brexit would represent a failure on all sides, is determined to leave the European Union on October 31 “do or die” – but whether the UK will be leaving with a deal is far from certain.
A defiant Boris Johnson has hit out at the Supreme Court saying it was “wrong” to intervene in a political matter at a time of “great national controversy” over Brexit.
A majority of Tele readers believe Boris Johnson should stand down as prime minister, according to a poll our website.
Boris Johnson is a winner like Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola, a Cabinet minister claimed – despite the devastating Supreme Court defeat for the Government.
Michael Gove has refused to apologise for the unlawful suspension of Parliament after the Supreme Court’s judgment left Boris Johnson humiliated.
Boris Johnson is due to face MPs after the Supreme Court ruled his decision to suspend Parliament was unlawful.
David Cameron has said he woke up daily wondering what John Bercow would do “to make my life hell today”.
David Cameron sought support from the Queen during the Scottish independence referendum campaign after a poll predicting a Yes victory “panicked” him, the ex-prime minister has said.
Former prime minister David Cameron has said the regret he feels over the decision to hold a referendum on the UK leaving the EU still haunts him.
Former prime minister David Cameron rang European leaders and then-US president Barack Obama to apologise for his ultimately failed strategy to keep Britain in the European Union.
Former prime minister David Cameron rang European leaders and then US president Barack Obama to apologise for his ultimately failed strategy to keep Britain in the European Union.
Former Prime Minister David Cameron rang European leaders and then US president Barack Obama to apologise for his ultimately failed strategy to keep Britain in the European Union.
David Cameron has admitted that he failed in his bid to keep Britain in a reformed European Union and is “truly sorry” for the uncertainty and division that followed the Brexit referendum.
David Cameron has said a second Brexit referendum cannot be ruled out as he accused Boris Johnson and Michael Gove of effectively “trashing” the government during the 2016 campaign.
Crunch Brexit talks between Prime Minister Boris Johnson and senior Tory rebels have been cancelled.