“We must now press on at pace with our efforts to reach a consensus on a deal that is in the national interest.”
“So we must press on at pace with our efforts to reach a consensus on a deal that is in the national interest.”
WATCH: What she said then. “As Prime Minister, I am not prepared to delay Brexit any further than the 20th of June.”
“The idea that three years after the vote to leave the EU the people of this country should be asked to elect a new set of MEPs is I believe unacceptable.”
“Until the end of this period, the UK also has the possibility of revoking Article 50 and cancelling Brexit altogether.”
“We could have left the European Union by now but Parliament didn’t pass the Withdrawal Agreement.”
He suggests that Western observers very often misread the situation in developing countries in a manner which deprives the latter of agency and opportunity.
Talks on Brexit take second billing as the Labour leader focuses on his party’s campaign issues for the upcoming local election.
Addressing a pro-EU rally, the aide to the Chancellor says he did not come into politics to do things which he believes are wrong.
Rather than the traditional red carpet welcome, the Prime Minister had to re-emerge with the Chancellor shortly afterwards to pose for the cameras.
“If Labour councils can’t even get the bins emptied, how can they do a good job of running anything else?”
“I think that members of the public want to see their politicians working together more often.”
WATCH: Chakrabarti on Labour anti-semitism – “There is no interference from Corbyn or his staff in disciplinary process”
“There is a serious issue here. We have had a problem in the Labour Party. It goes way back…we have to not be factional. “
“He’s a clear Eurosceptic but otherwise is very much in the middle of the Conservative Party. He’s not particularly a factional character.”
“Our policy asks us to ask for one,” she tells Marr. “Discussions with the Government will continue next week.”
WATCH: Leadsom assures Marr that a “no deal” would “not be nearly as bad as many like to think it would be”
“We would survive and thrive there is no doubt about that….the civil service have done an amazing job of ensuring we minimise the problems.”