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.
The poster, pinned up in Winchester Tower in Norwich on Friday, tells people that speaking any language other than English won't be tolerated.
Geographically, a nondescript field in the Bavarian village of 80 people is now is the central point for the 27-member bloc.
There was a mixture of sorrow and euphoria on the front pages of Britain and Europe’s newspapers on Saturday as the national media reacted to Brexit finally getting over the line.The Guardian strikes a mournful tone on the “day we said goodbye” with a glum-faced bulldog, while inside economics editor Larry Elliott writes “a new era has begun” as the UK enters “a decade of potentially profound structural change”.Tory MP Michael Gove writes in the Times that “the real meaning of the Brexit vote is re-invigorating out parliamentary democracy” and an apparently jubilant Daily Express entreats readers to “Rise and shine” for a “glorious new Britain”.The Daily Express, meanwhile, heralded a ‘glorious new Britain’.But globally the papers carry a notably mixed reaction, with Germany’s Die Welt assuring Britain it will “never walk alone” while Italy’s La Repubblica asks if Brexit heralds a nightmare.
Yahoo UK spent the night in Parliament Square as Brexiteers told us: 'This is the day he’s been fighting for for decades.'