Our interviewee speaks to us about FDR’s new deal, the “extremely satisfactory” Withdrawal Agreement and his views on self-identification.
Agreeing underlying principles, not getting an extension, is the key to reaching an agreement.
Johnson’s election manifesto promised to remove the Fixed-term Parliaments Act, among other pledges.
From fishing to illegal immigration, Britain must make preparations to give its claim of “walking away” some weight.
Some of the solutions being proposed for UK trade talks would make it a pariah state in the WTO community.
With Brexit negotiations intensifying, the carmakers’ decision to focus on Sunderland manufacturing gives David Frost great leverage.
With draft texts exchanged, it’s unlikely that the Government will seek out a Brexit extension.
The Prime Minister says that the Government is now “one step closer to getting Brexit done” as his majority breaks the deadlock in Parliament.
The LibDem leader tells Andrew Marr she will not strike a Brexit deal with Johnson. “I’m voting for the things that I’m standing up for,” she says.
He accuses the other political parties of wanting to cancel Brexit, and says Labour doesn’t have a policy at all.
This inconclusive squabble about whether to hold a general election cannot go on.
Like rugby team experiencing ‘white line fever’, it seems the closer the objective is, the more unforced errors they suffer.
The Prime Minister, though brought to a standstill by the loss of the second vote, continues to convey a sense of direction.
The Prime Minister made it as easy as he could for Labour MPs to support the Bill, and the Leader of the Opposition did not make it very hard.
He says he’s best placed to deliver Brexit, slash corporation tax and beat Corbyn. And adds “I am not going to criticise Boris for going to a posher public school than me.”