The Tory has been a staunch defender of the prime minister’s embattled senior adviser, who is under fire for travelling from London during lockdown.
Gove said the EU wants Britain to 'obey the rules of their club even though we are no longer members'.
European trade commissioner Phil Hogan said there was “no sign” that the UK wants EU trade talks to succeed as negotiations continue to move “slowly”.
Gove insisted the government will not ask the EU to prolong the transition period despite its main focus being on the coronavirus crisis.
The EU’s chief negotiator said the UK is refusing to extend its transition period deadline and accused the government of 'slowing down' the discussions.
Foreign secretary Dominic Raab has insisted Britain intends to leave the EU at the end of this year as planned.
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'They share his undiluted passion for what they consider a strong Brexit. They are wrong,' said the former speaker of the House of Commons.
Peter Bone wants an annual 'United Kingdom Day' on the Friday closest to 23 June, the day the European Union poll was held in 2016.
The former PM said Brexit could have been prevented if Labour had been a 'serious opposition' under Jeremy Corbyn.
The 52-year-old man set up a GoFundMe page with the aim to raise £10,000 to 'hire a contract killer to kill Gina Miller: The Traitor of Democracy', using the alias Jeff Blogger.
A House of Lords committee said it could leave UK businesses out-of-step with European counterparts.
Oxford West MP Layla Moran is currently second favourite in the party leadership race, although she has yet to confirm whether she is standing.
Despite Britain having now officially left the EU, Steve Bray has vowed to keep protesting outside Parliament until the UK rejoined.
The Irish premier said the UK should avoid putting down 'rigid red lines' early on in the Brexit trade talks.