Boris Johnson has warned of “lasting damage” if Brexit is delayed as former prime minister Sir John Major said he would fight the current premier in court.
Boris Johnson has warned of “lasting damage” if Brexit is delayed, as former prime minister Sir John Major said he would fight the current PM in court.
Former prime minister Sir John Major intends to fight Boris Johnson in the courts over his plan to suspend Parliament.
Opponents of Boris Johnson’s Brexit strategy appear increasingly confident of finding a way to block a no-deal withdrawal from the European Union on October 31.
The Prime Minister has said he wants to intensify Brexit negotiations with Brussels as a judge prepares to rule on a legal challenge aimed at stopping him suspending Parliament.
Alister Jack has said there is an “historic opportunity” for Scotland in Brexit as he affirmed his support for Boris Johnson.
US president Donald Trump has spoken about how Washington and London can move “rapidly” on a post-Brexit free trade deal.
Michael Gove has said he is willing to spend "whatever it takes" to prepare the UK for a no-deal Brexit on October 31.
The European Union has pledged £1.3 million to a UK gender balance initiative campaigning for equal representation across the international music festival landscape.
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Nicola Sturgeon is reviewing the timetable for a possible second vote on Scottish independence, Boris Johnson was warned as the SNP Westminster leader branded him the “last prime minister of the UK”.
Nicola Sturgeon has written to the new Prime Minister saying it is now “essential” Scotland has an alternative option to his Brexit plan.
The European Union has promised to work with Boris Johnson to achieve an “orderly” Brexit – but that would mean ratifying a Withdrawal Agreement the incoming prime minister has already declared dead.
Boris Johnson has been given a fresh warning of the challenges he will face if he becomes prime minister as Philip Hammond promised to do “everything in my power” to block a no-deal Brexit.
Challenges to Boris Johnson’s desire to lead the country through Brexit were further laid bare when a minister suggested he could vote to pull down his government if it pursues no deal.
Boris Johnson has said the last three years under Theresa May will seem like a “bad dream” once he gets the UK out of the European Union.
Then foreign secretary Douglas Hurd sent a “parting shot” to John Major upon leaving office outlining the need to remain within the European Union, new documents reveal.
Boris Johnson will immediately launch a major drive to prepare the country for a no-deal Brexit if he becomes prime minister.
A new report says that Scots firms are “crying out for the return of some sanity” as politicians dither over Brexit.
Brexit Party MEPs turned their backs during a rendition of Ode To Joy in the European Parliament as chaotic scenes marked the opening day of the new legislature in Strasbourg.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt have clashed over their plans for delivering Brexit as a former head of the civil service warned against making “straitjacket” promises to leave on Halloween.
Talks aimed at allocating the European Union’s top jobs will continue at a special summit later this month after no majority could be reached on any candidate.
Almost 500 companies in the Highlands and islands have said they believe Brexit presents a “significant risk” to their business.
An Aberdeen councillor, elected to the European parliament, has vowed to continue in both roles- unless Brexit is reversed.
Jeremy Corbyn is under growing pressure to unambiguously commit Labour to supporting a second referendum after a drubbing at the European elections.
Prime Minister Theresa May has announced she will stand down on June 7.
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Fishing leaders have told an influential House of Lords committee that it was "pure luck" an EU law to curb overfishing did not devastate the industry.
Musicians have called for the Government to preserve their freedom of movement in a post-Brexit Europe.
Theresa May has been accused of building a "hostile environment" for foreign students after refusing to commit to extending free EU student fees through to 2021.