A YouGov poll has suggested that Labour could win an extra 1.5 million votes if it backs a second EU referendum.
Leave voters who renew their passport after Brexit hoping for a new blue version of the document may be disappointed to receive the burgundy style. The first blue passports will be issued from late 2019, but they will be phased in gradually alongside the old burgundy ones. The detail was revealed as the government unveiled its second batch of no-deal Brexit plans.
Theresa May said Britain would not pay the Brexit divorce bill if it did not achieve an arrangement on future trading relations.
Cadbury's owner is keeping ingredients, as well as finished chocolate bars and biscuits, in case of a hard Brexit.
The EU's chief negotiator struck an optimistic tone as he said Brexit terms could be agreed within six to eight weeks.
Former Brexit minister Steve Baker warned prime minister Theresa May she faces fierce opposition to her plan.
Tony Blair believes supporting a People’s Vote on Brexit is the ‘obvious choice’ as he backed calls for a second referendum. The former prime minister warned there could be a ‘paralysis in parliament’ over a no-deal Brexit as Theresa May’s proposal won’t get enough support. Mr Blair told Bloomberg TV: ‘I think it’s possible there’s a no-deal Brexit but unlikely.
A photo taken of a confidential document taken outside Whitehall has revealed details of the government’s no-deal Brexit strategy, including the codename for the plans – Operation Yellowhammer. The embarrassing leak revealed a number of details about ministers’ emergency plans if the UK fails to secure a deal with the EU. The first two lines read: ‘The meeting will consider progress on the Government’s plans for mitigating the immediate impacts of a No Deal Brexit.
A report from the Institute for Government said it would be harder to extradite dangerous criminals from the UK without a Brexit security deal.
Former Bank of England governor Mervyn King has warned UK is left without a ‘credible position’ over Brexit. The former governor of the Bank of England has called the government’s handling of Brexit “incompetent”. Lord Mervyn King, who has previously spoken out in support of Britain leaving the EU, said that it “beggars belief” that one of the world’s largest economies had been forced into a position where it is stockpiling medicines and food.
Former foreign secretary Boris Johnson warned the UK will get "diddly squat" from Theresa May's Brexit strategy.
Public support for Ukip as the best party to handle Britain’s exit from the EU has doubled since Theresa May unveiled her Chequers plan for a soft Brexit. Polling by YouGov found that in the first week of July, 7% of people thought that Ukip was the best party to handle Brexit. After the Government published its Brexit White Paper on 12 July, laying out its plans for a future relationship with the EU, support for Ukip as the best Brexit party leapt to 13% the following week.
The prime minister downplayed warnings from her chancellor about the economic consequences of leaving Europe without a deal.
Currently the UK is estimated to sell £220 million worth of organic food, drink and other produce to the European Union every year
Fisherman in Wales would not be able to survive more than four weeks in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the Welsh Fisherman’s Association has warned. The WFA said that shellfish fisherman were particularly at risk from disruption caused by any new border checks, and could go bust within a month.