The Supreme Court has today ruled against the government over the triggering of Article 50. The judgement came at 9:30 am and was ruled against the government by a majority of 8 to 3.
Piers Morgan is leaning that his trolling comes with a cost.
Arron Banks, the multi-millionaire funder of Ukip and Leave.EU, is now settings his sights on his own vehicles.
Donald Trump may claim that he loves the UK, but it turns out Britons don’t love him back.
Two leading Brexiters went to Berlin this weekend to woo German businesses in the hope of undercutting Angela Merkel’s hostility to Brexit.
A letter in the Financial Times today does the perfect job of laying bare the stupidity of Boris Johnson and Michael Gove.
The Prime Minister is making a big show today of ‘launching’ an industrial strategy today to get the economy going in light of Brexit.
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One would hope that Gary Lineker never stops doing this.
Maggie Haberman, who has covered politics in Washington for a long time, at Politico and now at the New York Times, tweeted this about Trump today.