The prime minister also told This Morning she is "keen" to debate Jeremy Corbyn, but perhaps not on ITV.
Sam Gyimah, who resigned as Universities and Science Minister, said Theresa May's Brexit deal is a deal "in name only".
The National published a blank front page in protest to being banned from Theresa May's visit to Scotland.
The plan, roughly speaking, was to construct a ‘grid’ of positive messaging, on different topics each day, with new public and expert figures – some previously pro-Remain, some pro-hard Brexit – coming out in favour of the deal, accompanied by business leaders. If they could build even just the illusion of the nation coming around in favour of the deal, and keep vocal MPs against the deal to a minimum, this would help twist the arms of reluctant Conservative backbenchers and pro-Brexit Labour MPs who wouldn’t want to find themselves making the casting vote against an exit from the EU.
A new poll carried out by Survation found that out of people who are aware of the PM's deal, 37% of people support it.
The Labour leader may be on the verge of finally nailing his Brexit colours to the mast, it has been reported.
The United Kingdom has taken another step towards securing a Brexit deal with the European Union. “This deal delivers what people voted for and it is in the national interest,” U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May said.
The United Kingdom has taken another step towards securing a Brexit deal with the European Union. The E.U. gave U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s draft deal the thumbs up. But what’s next for Brexit? Yahoo News explains.
The prime minister and the Labour leader could be hurtling towards a Brexit TV debate next month, reports suggest.
For years the consensus view was that David Cameron would not be able to win a majority, because prime ministers never increase their electoral performance. Then the consensus view was that there was no way people would vote to leave the EU. Then they said Donald Trump would never win the Republican presidential race.
From every angle, on every basis, Theresa May’s deal is horrific. It undermines Britain’s economic status, demolishes its political status, severs its territorial integrity and imposes a dangerous and unacceptable governance structure on Northern Ireland. May wanted to extricate the UK from EU rules, prevent a hard border on the island of Ireland, and maintain the territorial integrity of the whole of the UK.
Jeremy Corbyn has dismissed Theresa May’s agreement on post-Brexit ties with the EU as ’26 pages of waffle’. The Prime Minister told MPs that Brexit is ‘within our grasp’ after agreeing the text of the ‘political declaration’, which outlines the future relationship between Britain and the EU after the UK leaves. The text has been widely criticised for its lack of detail, which defers a number of crucial decisions until the post-Brexit transition period.
The arch Brexiteer said that the coup would likely happen after Parliament's 'meaningful vote' on the Prime Minster's Brexit deal.
Like many tweets from the Department for International Trade, the one issued after the Brexit withdrawal agreement was published was both superficially accurate and highly misleading. “From April 2019 the UK will be able to negotiate, sign, and ratify new free trade agreements,” it said. This is indeed what the text of the agreement says, but it also says we will be in an implementation period until the end of December 2020, that this could be extended, and that thereafter we will be in a customs union with the EU until we work out the details of a permanent trade relationship.
Theresa May praised husband Philip as her 'rock', revealing that he poured her a whisky following her Cabinet meeting and made beans on toast for tea the following day.
A Conservative councillor from Louth, named Daniel, said Mrs May should stand down as Prime Minister after failing to deliver on the Brexit referendum result.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has submitted a letter of no confidence in Theresa May, bringing the prospect of a Conservative leadership election within touching distance. If 48 letters are handed to Graham Brady, who chairs the 1922 Committee of backbenchers, Tory MPs will vote on whether Mrs May continues in her position.