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Brexit BREAKTHROUGH: Gibraltar border row with Spain SOLVED - now onto Ireland A BREXIT deal for Gibraltar is “almost complete”, the territory’s government has confirmed, leaving the Irish border issue as the final obstacle to securing a withdrawal agreement with Theresa May left with 48 hours to save Brexit.

4 takeaways from the Brexit crunch that wasn't The prime minister insisted in a statement to MPs Monday that the two sides are ‘not far apart’ but on the key issue, Brussels hasn’t shifted.

'It's no more Mr Nice Guy!' Nigel Farage outlines how Britons can fight Brexit BETRAYAL He said: "I don't want you writing them letters. Go and visit them at their surgeries - queue around the block, meet them face to face, make them feel the heat. "Make them understand that to sign us up to support being part of a customs union, being a vassal state that has its laws made somewhere else is unacceptable.

The Brussels elite have always wanted to punish the UK for leaving - Theresa May must not let them succeed Chequers is hated at home for proposing to keep Britain 'half-in' the EU. It was not loved in Brussels for much the same reason. For the EU, 'half-in' does not go far enough. The latest round of eleventh hour talks orchestrated before Wednesday's EU summit indicates they are determined to force the UK far further.

REVEALED: How a no-deal Brexit could HARM pensioners - 'It could be ILLEGAL to pay' A NO-DEAL Brexit could have harmful effects on retired people, as it could make it illegal to pay out some pensions, financial experts have warned.

Get writing now to secure a People’s Vote! With time running out for negotiations, we need to lobby harder than ever to secure a People's Vote on the final Brexit deal. If a deal is achieved with the EU, Theresa May is likely to try to push it through parliament very quickly. MPs would have little time to call for a People's Vote.

May faces frantic 48 hours to save Brexit plan as talks stall PM to seek cabinet support before calling on EU leaders to drop backstop proposal.

Jeremy Corbyn tells Labour MPs to reject ‘false choice’ on Brexit Leader addresses Westminster meeting held to discuss party’s approach to Theresa May’s EU negotiations.

Brexit: Morning Star's post-imperial delusions towards Ireland No: one Doug Nicholls, writing in the Morning Star. Mr Nicholls is not, it turns, out a member of the European Research Group or the DUP, but a self-styled "socialist" and chair of Trade Unionists Against the EU.

Brexit: Theresa May calls for 'cool heads' Prime Minister Theresa May has called for "cool, calm heads" as she insisted a Brexit deal was "still achievable" despite differences with the EU. She told MPs in a statement in the Commons that it was "frustrating" the two sides could not agree how to guarantee no hard border in Northern Ireland.

Voters split over post-Brexit economy, survey suggests The study of 2,975 UK adults, conducted in 2017 by the National Centre for Social Research and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation found about a third think it will be better in 10 years. The same proportion think the economy will be worse. Lead researcher Sir John Curtice said people expected the UK to take a short term "hit" from Brexit.

Donald Tusk: No-deal Brexit 'more likely than ever' But Tusk's letter, ahead of that European Council summit, served to remind leaders of where they had hoped the Brexit process would be by now, and by implication the political leaps still required for a deal. "We wished for maximum progress and results that would lead to a deal in October," he wrote.

'We won't betray Brexiteers!' MP has STERN message for Remainers wanting to THWART Brexit BREXITEER MP Nadine Dorries launched a furious attack on Remainers wanting to scupper the Brexit vote and defiantly said the Conservative Party will “not betray” the 17.4 million British people who chose to leave the European Union.

Theresa May presents Brexit: the third-rate village pantomine - John Crace Degrees of comic self-delusion were the backdrop to a prime minister on full Maybot.

Theresa May’s Brexit Address - What happened and what does it mean? Despite being a workable solution, DUP leader Arlene Foster, has made it very clear that this option is not one for the people of Northern Ireland and has threatened to end the Supply and Confidence deal which is currently holding the Government steady.

Feel no pity for Theresa May – this Brexit bind is of her own making - Polly Toynbee Brexit bullies will have to put up with a Norway solution or let the people vote, says Guardian columnist Polly Toynbee.

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Angela Merkel: Brexit deal looking 'more difficult' German chancellor’s comment comes as European council president Donald Tusk says no deal is ‘more likely than ever before’.

Martin Rowson on fracking / Brexit backstop controversies – cartoon Theresa May says EU insistence on Northern Ireland backstop is unacceptable, while fracking begins in UK for first time since 2011.

Theresa May says Brexit deal still 'achievable' despite differences These are external links and will open in a new window. Prime Minister Theresa May has called for "cool, calm heads" as she insisted a Brexit deal was "still achievable" despite differences with the EU. She said it was "frustrating" the two sides could not agree how to guarantee no hard border in Northern Ireland.

REVEALED: THREE perks of EU tariff FREE ZONES that will boost post-Brexit Britain "One of them is the creation of Free Zones. Ms Barnard, who is also a senior fellow at the UK in a Changing Europe, an independent research institute looking into relations between the UK and EU, saw many perks in particular the creation of Free Ports, FZs established near ports.

Boris Johnson ridicules Labour's 'SHAMELESS Brexit U-turn' and 'BETRAYAL of millions' During the fiery Commons debate, the Labour leader said MPs should back Labour's "better deal". "If that isn't the deadline then could she say what it is?" In response, Mrs May said the former Foreign Secretary's comments were "absolutely right" regarding Labour's Brexit u-turn.

MPs from across the House turn on Theresa May In the Prime Minister's statement to the House, Theresa May did her best to insist that despite an impasse in the Brexit negotiations it was business as normal.

Theresa May: "Real Progress" made on Brexit Theresa May updated the House of Commons earlier today on the Brexit negotiations, saying there has been a great deal of "inaccurate speculation" following yesterday's reported breakdown in talks. May gave the House a rundown of "facts":.

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