Tony Blair is making a ‘big speech’ today announcing he is going to campaign to “change people’s minds” on Brexit.
We all know that Trump fans have a special love for ‘alternative facts’ – so it’s probably best we call them out before they get too prominent.
The weakness in the Pound and increasing shortages of workers is likely to drive up prices for basic foodstuff in coming years, if employers are anything to go by.
The sheer hypocrisy of pro-Brexit Conservatives was laid bare yesterday when all those of whom campaigned with the NHS bus voted against their own promise.
The Labour MP Gisela Stuart was branded a hypocrite last night after voting against amendments calling the Tories to commit to an extra £350m for NHS a week, despite riding on a bus saying exactly that.
Britons are far more optimistic about how much the EU needs us than the other way around. And that lies at the heart of our misplaced optimism about the outcome after two years of negotiation.
The Labour leadership were accused of “being duped” last night for accepting government reassurances they would get to vote on the final deal before Britain leaves the EU.
Of all the barmy reasons the right-wing press has come up with in advocating for Brexit, this one takes the biscuit. Or the proverbial wedding cake, if you will.
Last night on BBC Question Time, an audience member revealed why she changed her mind and voted to Leave. Because of straight bananas.
It seems Prime Minister Theresa May is really anxious to “heal divisions” in Britain after the Brexit vote.