#Brexit special section

London has lost its crown as the home of Europe’s largest stock market to Paris for the first time since records began in 2003. Stock values in Paris have wiped out a $1.4 trillion gap to London share values in the six years since the Brexit vote, according to Bloomberg. Shares traded in the French capital have seen their values boosted...

Liz Truss admits free trade deal with US is years away

Liz Truss’s admission that Britain’s post-Brexit free trade deal with the US is years away is “terrible news” for the UK economy and an “embarrassment” for the prime minister, according to the Labour party. Prime minister Truss is in New...

Brexit – Dover declares ‘critical incident’ while EU takes legal action against UK

French border officers are being blamed for the “critical incident” that has been declared by the gridlocked Port of Dover at the start of the busiest summer getaway in...

Starmer accused of ‘running scared’ after promising to ‘make Brexit work’

Ian Blackford has slammed Sir Keir Starmer for “running scared of the Tories” and “offering no real change at all” after the Labour leader ruled out the UK rejoining...

Sturgeon ‘gambles all’ with Supreme Court bid for Scottish independence vote

Nicola Sturgeon has unveiled plans for a Scottish independence referendum on October 19, 2023 and has referred herself to the UK’s highest court in an attempt to force the...

PM calls scrapping Northern Ireland protocol and breaking international law, ‘relatively trivial’

Boris Johnson is claiming his legislation to scrap the Northern Ireland protocol and break international law is in fact “relatively trivial” changes. The prime minister is under renewed fire from his own backbenches with Tory...

DUP holding Northern Ireland to ransom over protocol

The DUP has been accused of holding Northern Ireland to ransom over its demands for major reform of the Northern Ireland protocol. Boris Johnson’s attempt to get the power-sharing executive at Stormont up and running...

Brexit ‘shock’ to UK-EU trade; Farage complains about Twitter, on Twitter

UK imports of goods from the EU fell 25% in the first year of the post-Brexit trade agreement as compared to the rest of the world, a major study has found. The report by the...

Brexit batters UK exports which fall 14% while world sees 8.2% rise

Brexit is being blamed for a massive hit to UK goods exports with the country failing to rebound from the pandemic as compared to other advanced economies. While the global average saw an 8.2% rise...
Former Brexit party leader with his back up against a brick wall.

Farage calls MP a ‘total liar’ for telling Commons about Russia payments

Nigel Farage has called Labour MP Chris Bryant “a total liar” for claiming he received almost £550,000 from Russia Today in 2018. The former UKIP and Brexit parties leader challenged Bryant to repeat the claims...