'Brexit no deal is nothing to fear if we invest and prepare'
BRUSSELS warns that the talks on a Brexit deal are taking longer than they should. The IMF issues cautions about risks to the global economy. The Times reports that one of the European Union’s many presidents, Donald Tusk, has warned of the risk that the talks will collapse. Planning for no deal is not simply a negotiation point; increasingly, it is the responsible thing to do in the national interest.
PM struggle to win commons backing for Brexit deal 'could force 2018 election'
Theresa May could struggle to negotiate a Brexit deal that will win the backing of the House Commons - which could see the country forced into a general election at the end of next year, the author of Article 50 has warned.
Caroline Flint: Why Leave and Remain campaigners must 'bury our differences and get on with it'
THERE is no doubt that Brexit poses a great number of challenges to the Government and to MPs of all parties, not least the challenge of replacing European Union laws and jurisdiction with equivalent UK laws and regulations under UK jurisdiction.
Peter Lilley: Why 'Henry VIII' has role to play in giving the EUs powers the chop
FOR the next few weeks, the fate of the Government’s Brexit Bill, Brexit itself and even the Government could hang on the arcane issue of so-called Henry VIII clauses in the European Union Withdrawal Bill.