In Brexit chaos, UK eurosceptics see dream ticket - new leader, new deal
Tuesday, 19 March 2019 In a week when Brexit was plunged into deeper uncertainty, eurosceptics in Theresa May's Conservative Party are eyeing their dream scenario - a new prime minister and a new deal to leave the European Union.
Chancellor Philip Hammond says the Government was right to spend £4 billion preparing for a no-deal Brexit scenario. He said "Much of that money would be needed to be spent anyway in preparing us for..
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Philip Hammond attends the IMF Spring Meetings in Washington DC on the weekend of 12th-14th April. The Chancellor is hopeful of getting Theresa May's Brexit deal agreed in Parliament in time to avoid..
According to a report by Reuters, on Saturday, opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn said that Prime Minister Theresa May has yet to move the 'red lines' that have so far blocked a deal for Britain to exit..
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