Lord Frost and EU counterpart set for crunch Brexit talks tonight

Lord Frost and EU counterpart Maros Sefcovic set for crunch Brexit talks in Brussels tonight amid hopes of breakthrough on Northern Ireland border checks as MEPs FINALLY vote in favour of UK trade deal Lord Frost and Maros Sefcovic are meeting in Brussels for dinner this evening   Talks between UK and EU ongoing on how … Read more

ALEXANDRA SHULMAN: Tragedy, joy and stolen bikes …it’s all going off next door 

Signing up with the app Nextdoor was very unlike me. I don’t remember why I did it in the first place but no doubt it had something to do with my permanent search for an electrician or that elusive but transformative handyman. It certainly wasn’t because I was particularly gripped by what my neighbours were up … Read more

Post-Brexit ‘red tape’ means UK expats ‘being denied basic services in EU’

Britons in Europe are being denied access bank accounts, jobs, healthcare and university places due to post-Brexit red tape – even though access to those services is guaranteed under the withdrawal agreement.  Those living in Spain, Italy and France say they have been hit by new rules which are poorly understood by local officials who … Read more

Theresa’s like a flaking old pit prop everyone knows will collapse

Withering put-downs. Outrageous gossip. And a ringside seat on the maelstrom of the May years… Our third extract from Alan Duncan’s bombshell diaries opens as PM Theresa May is struggling desperately to pull off a Brexit deal. Her popularity among Tory MPs has sunk to an all-time low and several — including Boris Johnson — … Read more

Sir Keir Starmer says Labour must be ready for an election within TWO YEARS

Sir Keir Starmer today warned Labour to prepare for an election in as little as two years – as he said he was looking forward to ‘taking the mask off’ after his first year in charge under Covid.  Sir Keir, who marks the first anniversary of his election as party leader today, said the party’s … Read more

New blow for Sir Keir Starmer as 60% of Labour Party members think he should campaign to rejoin EU

New blow for Sir Keir Starmer as 60% of Labour Party members think he should campaign to rejoin EU despite his desire to move on from Brexit YouGov survey found 59 per cent thought Labour should campaign to rejoin EU Sir Keir enraged pro-Brexit colleagues by leading calls for a second referendum Poll comes as … Read more

David Davis reveals his ‘cold blooded’ resignation to force Theresa May out as Prime Minister

Former Brexit Secretary David Davis reveals his 2018 resignation was a ‘cold blooded’ decision to force Theresa May out as Prime Minister David Davis said his decision to quit Theresa May’s government was ‘strategic’  The former Conservative party chairman said he made the move to oust Theresa May when she stopped listening to him over … Read more

Oh, no, minister! ALAN DUNCAN’s gloriously wicked diary spills the vitriol on Boris ‘the buffoon’

Today, we begin a blockbuster serialisation of one of the most explosive political diaries ever to be published. Alan Duncan, a well-respected Tory MP for nearly three decades, used them to let off steam in private about the ‘monstrous egos’ that surrounded him. The diaries cover his final four turbulent years in Parliament, when Brexit … Read more

Alicante officials refuse to let dozens of Britons into Spain

British passenger Stuart Miller (pictured), a 47-year-old offshore worker from Manchester, said the situation at the Spanish airport was ‘absolutely diabolical’ Spanish border officials refused entry to dozens of Britons and sent them back to Manchester on the same plane despite them having post-Brexit residency. Forty passengers were left angry and confused after they were … Read more

Things are looking up for the City after Brexit, says Aquis exchange boss

Things are looking up for the City after Brexit and Spacs could prove a bright spot for the stock market, says Aquis exchange boss By Alasdair Haynes For This Is Money Published: 12:06 BST, 29 March 2021 | Updated: 12:06 BST, 29 March 2021 Ever since the UK Government started its negotiations with the EU … Read more