Damon Albarn has described the prospect of Jacob Rees-Mogg becoming prime minister as “really terrifying” as he reaffirmed a promise to leave the country if the “extremist” took power.
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Two Cabinet ministers who are said to be in line to take over from Theresa May have dismissed reports of a Cabinet coup to oust her.
House of Commons Speaker John Bercow has scuppered any chance of another Commons vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal before Thursday’s EU summit.
Leading Tory Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg has warned that Britain may never leave the European Union if Theresa May’s deal is voted down by MPs for a third time.
French President Emmanuel Macron has suggested the UK will need a good reason to delay its scheduled departure from the European Union on March 29.
Hardline Tory Brexiteers have signalled taking a more flexible stance on demands for legal guarantees limiting the Northern Ireland backstop.
Theresa May will be met with a 132-square-metre reminder she supported Remain on her visit to Brussels on Wednesday evening after a British activist group paid for a huge advertisement in the city centre.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has been challenged to take off his clothes and hold a naked debate on Brexit with a Cambridge academic who proffers the benefits of the European Union in the nude.
Theresa May has said she will be “battling for Britain” when she returns to Brussels to seek a “pragmatic” Brexit deal that can win over both the European Union and her own MPs.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has signalled that he may be willing to accept a short delay to Brexit if it is required to finalise legislation around a deal.
Northern Ireland Conservatives have questioned why Jacob Rees-Mogg addressed a DUP fundraiser, despite having never attended any of their own events.
A leading Brexiteer has said the Malthouse Compromise is the United Kingdom’s best route to leave the European Union with a “sensible” deal.
Perspectives and views on the latest Brexit developments differ in Wednesday’s papers – with one calling it “Theresa’s Triumph” while others suggest the battle has just begun.
Theresa May should shut down Parliament completely if a rebel backbench attempt to remove the threat of a no-deal Brexit is successful, Jacob Rees-Mogg has has said.
Tory Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg has been given his own weekly radio show in the run-up to Brexit.
Prime Minister Theresa May continued her Brexit charm offensive with another Downing Street reception for backbench MPs.
A defiant Theresa May vowed last night to see the Brexit process through - despite an emerging plot for her to be ousted and a string of ministerial resignations.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has insisted he will not be “bounced into resigning” by “carpetbagger” Cabinet colleagues after a string of ministers quit in protest at Theresa May’s deal.
As Theresa May began her press conference last night, lobby journalists looked at each other in surprise.
Theresa May declared last night she believes in the Brexit divorce deal with her “head and heart” as cabinet signed off on the near 600-page plans after an historic five-hour emergency meeting.
Aberdeen South MP Ross Thomson faced criticism last night after taking part in a “bizarre” Brexit stunt in which dead fish were flung into the River Thames.
Philanthropist Sir Ian Wood has warned that the Oxfam scandal must not become an excuse to slash the UK’s foreign aid budget.
Ramsay Jones: Braying protesters using intimidation and volume instead of debating are a stain on democracy
The first rule of Jacob Rees-Mogg Fight Club is don’t fight. Debate. Or whatever the Latin equivalent is. “Nec pugnare. disputandum.”?
Brexit Secretary David Davis has been accused of contempt of parliament and is under increasing pressure - even from Brexiteers - to reconsider full publication of Brexit impact assessments.
David Cameron faced a barrage of attacks yesterday from across the political spectrum over his EU reform deal - with one Tory MP accusing him of serving up "thin gruel".
A debate will be held in Westminster today on a petition calling for Donald Trump to be banned from the UK.
SNP Westminster leader Angus Robertson has accused David Cameron of not having the "faintest idea" of the "human cost" of the UK Government's plan to cut tax credits for low paid workers.