Pressed as to whether a letter will be sent, the Brexit Secretary adds that the “legislative requirements” will be met.
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Brexit 1) Johnson “increasingly optimistic” about a deal being agreed today “Boris Johnson is increasingly optimistic that a Brexit deal… Read more »
(Assuming that the House indeed meets this weekend and assuming again that there are any votes.)
WATCH: Foster – Any deal must respect “the constitutional and economic place of Northern Ireland within the United Kingdom”
“It is important that we do work together to get a deal and we will certainly be working with the Government to try to make that happen.”
The ERG Chairman says that it’s impossible for him to take a firm view “until we’ve seen the legal text of the deal”.
“Does he know of any policy decision by any ally which has so undermined our security partnership and empowered our enemies?” “No…”
Hopes for a Brexit deal rise as last-minute compromises made “A Brexit deal appears to be taking shape after sources… Read more »
WATCH: Queen’s Speech debate 2) Corbyn – This Government has “a majority of minus 45 and a 100 per cent record of defeat”
“We may only be a few weeks away from the first Queen’s Speech of a Labour Government…the most radical programme in modern times.”
“His policy on cake is neither having it nor eating it, and frankly I fear for this political health.”
“My Government’s priority has always been to secure the United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union on the 31st of October.”
Government sets out plans for ‘law and order’ Queen’s Speech “Foreign murderers and rapists face tougher prison sentences if they… Read more »
“Scotland’s best interests depend on being independent and in charge of our own future.”
WATCH: Patel stonewalls on the American diplomat’s wife, the Harry Dunn death, immunity – and extradition
“It very much seems that the lady in question wants to start co-operating with the investigations.”
WATCH: Long-Bailey contradicts Corbyn. She suggests there should be a referendum before an election.
“She explains that she has been “on a journey” – and has come round to the idea of a public vote.