Facing a Parliamentary majority opposed to a hard Brexit -- a crashing out of the EU if Britain is not offered a deal she can live with -- Boris Johnson took matters into his own hands.
Listen carefully. That is the sound of going rogue - and bond yields further through the floor.
Boris Johnson makes sweeping cabinet changes. Half are gone, more coming. He reiterates his promise to deliver Brexit.
The majority of British voters still want the UK to leave the European Union and just shy of a third want a No Deal split, according to a new poll.
In 2016, James Delingpole commented that toffs hate Brexit because it's the Peasants' Revolt.
The Euro elections confirm that millions of people want real, radical democratic change.
Over in Cyprus the unprecedented election of a Turkish Cypriot MEP has been welcomed as a triumph of co-existence over ethnic division on the war-partitioned island.
insisting 'I've done my best'...The Prime Minister will trigger a Tory leadership race on June 7 - after Donald Trump's state visit
Brexit deal' as Tories insist she must go tomorrow...The Prime Minister is seeing Tory boss Sir Graham Brady tomorrow after Andrea Leadsom's resignation
While the week starts off slowly, traders will look forward to a "Super Wednesday" with the EU emergency Brexit summit, ECB meeting, US CPI report and FOMC minutes all slated for that day. According to DB's Craig Nicol, "that should be the highlight
LAST NIGHT'S VOTE: The government was defeated by a majority of 27 (329 vs. 302) on the Letwin amendment which seeks to change the rules of parliament on March 27 in order to provide time for lawmakers to debate and hold indicative votes. It is wor
Update (10 am ET): The latest batch of Brexit reports suggested that May could move ahead with holding MV3 as early as Tuesday evening...regardless if there's enough support for the deal to pass.
meaning we're no nearer to quitting EU after 993 days...The House of Commons last night voted against the PM's Brexit deal for the second time - by a margin of 391 votes to 242
While Alberta has been supporting Canada for decades, the rising tide of environmentalists has devastated its economy to the point that people no longer seek engineering degrees in energy or exploration. The separatist movement is rising and the comi
After months of fraught negotiations - first with the EU, then with her eurosceptics in Parliament - mere hours remain before Prime Minister Theresa May brings her Brexit withdrawal agreement up for a vote in the House of Commons on Tuesday. And with
'If the prime minister's deal is voted down, we are in totally uncharted territory'
Here we are forcing 320 million people to "get along." But we're not getting along. And we're not going to get along. And we should just go our separate ways, and that will allow us to get along…
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) had a message for the U.K. in an interview with Breitbart News: they would be smart to break away from the heavy regulations of the European Union.
In this video Luke is joined by George Galloway in the United Kingdom to discuss BREXIT and what is currently happening with it. Issue by Issue Galloway breaks down why the European Union has created a system of oppression over a vast period of time.
Stocks in Europe faded early gains and S&P futures fell after a mixed session in Asia as chip stocks were taken to the woodshed on poor guidance from Nvidia and Applied Materials sparked fears that the chip bull run is over, while investors wondered