David Miliband called on Britain to forever tie itself to EU rules despite Brexit, claiming it makes “common sense”. The former Labour politician and arch-Remainer made a case for the UK submitting the laws made in Brussels despite it now being outside
The former Brexit Party leader criticised the Tories for letting Gordon Brown “return to the public stage by leaving a vacuum of leadership”. The ex-Labour Prime Minister’s been vocal in his calls for immediate Government intervention to ease the cost of living
Zelensky slams Germany for not doing enough for Ukraine Hans-Olaf Henkel said the situation was piling huge pressure on countries which, like Germany, are members of the Eurozone, as was what he called the “timid reaction” of the European Central Bank (ECB).
Dan previously presented BBC Breakfast from 2016, when he replaced Bill Turnbull. After six years with the broadcaster, Dan announced he was leaving, with his permanent replacement still yet to be announced. Jon Kay has been filling in since his departure on
James Martin reveals he had to show passport to buy tomatoes London and Geneva-based trade and border consultant Dr Anna Jerzewska claimed a group of tourists recently became angry about being denied access to the EU passport queue. She tweeted: “Landed in the
When we are we going to see some good things coming from Brexit. Instead of all the nasty downsides? Please answer that question if you can. I certainly can answer this question. First, we have yet to properly Brexit. Brexit is the