David Cameron has said that he would back Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal if he were still an MP, during a talk which was repeatedly interrupted by protesters criticising his decision to call the 2016 referendum.
Labour has ruled out supporting Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal – but there was confusion over whether the party could back a second referendum as soon as this weekend.
More than three years has passed since the 2016 referendum, and after days of intense negotiations, a Brexit deal has been reached – but the battle is far from over.
Boris Johnson’s EU deal would be unlawful and should therefore not be voted on by MPs, according to a legal challenge submitted to the Court of Session.
The DUP has been quick to make clear its grievances with Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal.
The next three days will prove pivotal as Boris Johnson hopes to oversee Britain’s departure from the European Union.
The chances of a Brexit deal breakthrough received a setback as it became clear that an agreement would not be announced on Wednesday.
President Emmanuel Macron and Chancellor Angela Merkel sought to demonstrate the solidity of the French-German relationship at a meeting in southern France, one day before a key EU summit that may approve a divorce deal with Britain.
Boris Johnson has acknowledged that “outstanding issues” to get a Brexit deal remain on the final day before a crucial EU summit, but said there was still a “chance” of success.
Significant issues remain unresolved in the Brexit negotiations, which have entered the final day before Boris Johnson attempts to sign off on a deal during the key EU summit.
Boris Johnson will write a letter to Brussels asking for a delay if no deal is approved by Saturday, the Brexit Secretary has said on the final day of negotiations before the key summit.