Theresa May: The government published papers last summer which showed how we can avoid a hard border in Ireland, and deliver a bespoke economic partnership with the EU

Map. History of UK conflict

19 September 2018
6 month ago
UK govt does not want to be able to veto EU laws during transition but wants to make the consultation more automatic in certain areas
6 month ago
Theresa May: (leaving single market impact on agriculture) the interests of agriculture will be one of the considerations we take into account when we make sure we're still able to have a good trade arrangement with the EU and the rest of the world
6 month ago
Theresa May: (Brexit impact on supply of cancer treatments) we are pursuing an economic partnership which sees freedom of trade across borders with the EU, the availability of medical radio isotopes will not be impacted from our exit from Euratom
6 month ago
Theresa May: (EU citizens securing settled status post- Brexit) EU citizens in the UK have made a huge contribution to the country, we want them and their families to stay, I'm absolutely clear that EU citizens living lawfully in the UK today will be able to stay
6 month ago
Theresa May: I set out in my speech in Munich last week exactly what we want the security partnership to cover, we are unconditionally committed to the security of Europe
6 month ago
Theresa May: The government published papers last summer which showed how we can avoid a hard border in Ireland, and deliver a bespoke economic partnership with the EU
6 month ago
Theresa May: post-Brexit, we want a "bespoke economic partnership"
6 month ago
May: We want to ensure that we can negotiate free trade deals around the world, we want to ensure that we have a good trade agreement with the EU, we want a good security partnership with the EU, we want to ensure we take the opportunities open to us outside the EU
6 month ago
Prime Minister @theresa_may speaking in the House of Commons: (responding to Brexit Secretary's comments yesterday) We're very clear that when we leave the EU, we're going to be able to take back control of our borders, our money and our laws
6 month ago
PM May: We'll get a good trade deal. On the subject of workers rights, we will defend them. We took actions on zero hours contracts, we've got Matthew Taylor to look into the gig economy. We put workers on boards
6 month ago
UK PM May: Absolutely, we've been making sure more police spend time on streets, not in back offices. More money for policing next year. West Midlands will get £9.5m extra - up to the PCC how they spend that.
6 month ago
UK PM May: It's an important issue and we're taking steps. But we didn't quite lose this morning. The court dismissed the complaints, they agree with the model, but they've asked us to go further in some areas
6 month ago
The Prime Minister has ordered a review of public health scandals involving the pregnancy test drug Primodos, the use of vaginal mesh implants and the anti-epilepsy drug sodium valproate
6 month ago
Britain still wants Brexit implementation phase of around two years: source
6 month ago
UK jobless rate rises for first time in nearly two years, pay growth steady
6 month ago
Unemployment increased by 46,000 between October and December to 1.47 million, official figures show
6 month ago
Italian Undersecretary of State for European Affairs: a Brexit "bespoke" deal is possible
6 month ago
UK Secretary of State for International Trade Liam Fox says the EU's erecting new tariff barriers with the UK after Brexit will make Europe less competitive
6 month ago
Backbench Conservative MPs present a list of Brexit demands to Theresa May
6 month ago
The Times: Senior ministers privately briefing EU27 on UK proposals for end-state relationship
Post-Brexit, builder Barratt could shift some production back to UK6 month ago
Post-Brexit, builder Barratt could shift some production back to UK
6 month ago
More than 60 MPs demand May delivers Brexit with full autonomy - BBC
Three men appear in court in Belfast on attempted intimidation charges
7 month ago
Johnson says UK can leave customs union and have no hard border in Ireland
7 month ago
International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt says Oxfam executives "possibly deliberately" misled regulators in their response to claims of sexual abuse by aid workers in Haiti
7 month ago
Boris Johnson: We have in the last 18 months opened three new trade missions in North America, in the United States we are certainly beefing up our presence in advance of doing a great free trade deal
7 month ago
Boris Johnson: There is no reason why we should not be able to exit the single market and customs union whilst maintaining frictionless trade in Ireland and with the rest of continental Europe, that is exactly what the government will spell out in the negotiations Brexit
7 month ago
Boris Johnson: We are not only upgrading several ambassadorial posts in the EU27, we are also increasing our staffing across the network in the EU by 50, in addition we are delivering 15 embassies in Africa
7 month ago
Boris Johnson: Nobody wants two sets of regulations, that's why the Prime Minister was right when she said we will take back control of our money, borders and laws, that's what we're going to do
7 month ago
Boris Johnson: (last week's Brexit speech) we have a massive opportunity to come together, people who voted to remain and people who voted to leave, to get a positive a Brexit done that I think will be of massive benefit to people in this country and in the EU
7 month ago
Boris Johnson: we're working to strengthen, reinvigorate and reshape our bilateral relationships with our EU partners focusing on shared values and interests
7 month ago
Boris Johnson: We are seeking a deep and special partnership with the EU post- Brexit, our existing relationship provides a strong foundation for vital continued cooperation on global challenges
7 month ago
Boris Johnson: (the Brexit dividend) there will unquestionably be substantial sums of money available for spending in this country on the priorities of the British people, including the NHS
7 month ago
Boris Johnson: I don't think anybody could have been more eloquent about our unconditional commitment to our friends and partners in the EU than the Prime Minister at Munich last week
7 month ago
Boris Johnson: we are beefing up our diplomatic representation in the EU, we are seizing the opportunity to build new links and revive old partnerships around the world
7 month ago
Boris Johnson: it is a curiosity that two of the most powerful economies in the world are connected by just one railway
7 month ago
The Treasury Select Committee has used its parliamentary privilege to publish a report into the Royal Bank of Scotland's alleged mistreatment of small businesses
7 month ago
Foreign Secretary @BorisJohnson speaking in the House of Commons: At the conclusion of the highly successful Anglo-French summit, it was agreed that a committee should be established to look at reviving the great tradition of UK-France collaboration in a number of areas
USAF RC-135W 62-4134 COPUS41 departed Mildenhall at 0655z - Estonia mission
7 month ago
The British government has said same-sex marriage in Northern Ireland could be introduced via Westminster
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