BRITAIN is leaving the EU.
HOME Secretary Amber Rudd has denied the Government are blackmailing the EU, after the letter triggering Article 50 seemed to imply Britain would withhold intelligence about terrorist threats, unless the UK received favourable terms in a trade deal.
THE basic trouble is that each fresh move in the complex political games going on at the moment brings further division. So to call amid this turmoil for unity seems to be merely spitting in the wind.
A RIGHT-wing think-tank has called Home Secretary Amber Rudd “deeply misguided” after she called for the government to be given a “back door” into encrypted networks following the attack at Westminster.
SCOTTISH Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has written to Theresa May asking for Scotland to get a special Brexit deal.
RELATIONS between the Prime Minister and First Minister continued to deteriorate after Downing Street yesterday announced the date at which Article 50 would be triggered – without telling the Scottish Government.
A policeman has been stabbed and his suspected attacker shot by officers in a major security incident at the Houses of Parliament this afternoon.
THERESA May will trigger Article 50 on 29 March beginning the two year process to take the UK out of the European Union.
IT was meant to be a steady-as-you-go Budget, if not a plain dull affair. There was even talk in the lobbies of an early General Election to wipe out Labour, launched on the back of Theresa May triggering Brexit this week and Chancellor…