The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has sacked a Conservative MP following her vote to cut VAT on energy bills.
Inflation numbers in the Eurozone hit a record high of five per cent in a single month in December, topping the previous record set the month before as high energy prices are believed to be driving the trend.
“It’s time for London’s unvaccinated to pay with their freedoms, not ours”, said David Cameron’s sister-in-law in a hard-hitting editorial for the Evening Standard, a London free-sheet widely used in cat litter trays across the Metropolis.
Only 27 per cent of French people believe that the European Union is advantageous to France, polls suggest.
Sweden has launched a new agency to counter foreign disinformation, the new leader of which cited alleged Russian interference in the US to justify action.
The German government is to support France in the goal of making the European Union “more sovereign”, according to the country’s new foreign minister.
The EU is currently drafting a law that will allow the government in Brussels to seize private goods in a pandemic emergency.
The DUP are to push for the British government to deploy the Brexit ‘nuclear option’ over issues surrounding the Northern Ireland Protocol.
After months of wrangling, the European Union and the UK announced Wednesday that they have struck a fishing deal on their shared stocks,
Former police officer Harry Miller has won a legal victory against the British police’s use of “non-crime hate incidents”.
Boris Johnson has put Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Secretary Liz Truss, a former Liberal Democrat and Remain voter, in charge of Britain’s relationship with the European Union following the resignation of Lord Frost.
British negotiators have dropped a red line Brexit demand, allowing the European Court of Justice (ECJ) to have the final say on some matters in Northern Ireland.
Boris Johnson’s future as Prime Minister was thrown into further question late Saturday night after it emerged that Brexit negotiator Lord David Frost has resigned
Britain has finalised its first post-Brexit trade agreement, righting a “historic wrong” by signing a deal with Australia.
Serb leader Milorad Dodik has compared himself to Ex-UK PM David Cameron regarding the possibility of seceding from Muslim majority Bosnia
Former two-weight mixed martial arts world champion and all-around sporting superstar Conor McGregor may have just become Ireland’s biggest advocate for ‘Irexit’ — an Irish exit from the European Union.
Anti-Brexit Lib Dems crashed to fifth place and upstart Rejoin EU scraped together just 151 votes in Thursday’s special election.
The incoming coalition government in Germany is set to push for a so-called ‘United States of Europe’ and create an EU Superstate.
CALAIS, France (AP) — French fishing crews blocked French ports and ferry traffic across the English Channel on Friday to disrupt the flow of goods to the U.K., in a dispute over post-Brexit fishing licenses.
French fishermen have vowed to disrupt the flow of goods to the UK within the week over a post-Brexit dispute over fishing rights in British waters. French fishermen have said that they will disrupt the supply of goods entering Britain
Boris Johnson’s Conservative government will put Brexit at risk if it fails to cut taxes, Britain’s chief Brexit negotiator has warned.
E-commerce giant Amazon recently announced that it will no longer accept payments made with Visa credit cards issued in the UK, blaming the decision on high fees. Visa says that it is “very disappointed that Amazon is threatening to restrict consumer choice in the future.”
Ministers in the British government reportedly believe that French President Emmanuel Macron is punishing the UK by allowing tens of thousands of illegals to cross the English Channel because of Brexit and for political gain ahead of the 2022 presidential elections.
The UK may seek to impose border carbon taxes on imports from countries that do not live up to the green vision of Boris Johnson.
LONDON (AP) – A bus has been hijacked and set on fire in Northern Ireland, amid discontent over the trade deal struck as part of the UK’s departure from the European Union.
If you want to understand why Britain’s backbench MPs have been so thoroughly useless at holding the government to account, look no further than the appalling case of Owen Paterson.
Nigel Farage has called for the UK to suspend Brexit divorce payments to the EU if France fails to back down from trade war threats.
Masked men believed to be Ulster loyalists boarded and set fire to a public bus over Northern Ireland’s sellout to the European Union, leaving the driver shaken.
France and the UK agreed to de-escalate tensions over fishing rights after a meeting between President Macron and Boris Johnson in Rome.
PARIS (AP) — French President Emmanuel Macron says France’s dispute with Britain over fishing rights is a test of the U.K.’s credibility in a post-Brexit world.
The escalation in tensions in the English Channel between France and the UK over fishing rights may in fact be a symptom of a wider dispute over Brexit, with French Prime Minister Jean Castex admitting that Britain should be punished for leaving the European Union.
LONDON (AP) – Britain’s environment minister pledged Friday to retaliate if France carries through on threats to block UK ships from French ports, warning that “two can play at that game” in the worsening dispute rooted in Britain’s departure from the European Union.
The French detained a British fishing vessel and have threatened to block UK fish exports over the battle for post-Brexit fishing rights.
But what’s good for Westminster is by no means necessarily good for the democratic freedoms of the people they supposedly represent.
Fishermen in Jersey have accused the French of piracy as tensions increase over France’s demands for more licences to trawl in British waters, with the Jersey fishermen saying that should the French attempt to blockade their port again, they will retaliate.
The British government has proposed an “entirely new” arrangement for trade with the EU on Northern Ireland, admitting that the agreement reached by the Tory government is “not working”.
LONDON (AP) – Ireland’s foreign minister has warned that British demands risk a “further breakdown in relations” with the European Union ahead of talks this week aimed at resolving the impasse over the Brexit agreement. Simon Coveney posted the remarks