'We are not nodding dogs': Tory ministers 'ready to resign' over no-deal Brexit  TheJournal.ieView full coverage on Google News
A “very large number” of MPs are also reportedly poised to resign if Britain leaves the EU without a deal.A “very large number” of MPs are also reportedly poised to resign if Britain leaves the EU without a deal.

'We are not nodding dogs': Tory ministers 'ready to resign' over no-deal Brexit

European Union officials have denied reports that Brussels was preparing a major concession to Britain to secure a Brexit deal.European Union officials have denied reports that Brussels was preparing a major concession to Britain to secure a Brexit deal.

EU has no breakthrough Brexit offer - sources

With Brexit talks seemingly deadlocked and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson seeking a rare Saturday sitting of MPs the day after next week’s crunch EU summit, here is a look at how events could unfold.With Brexit talks seemingly deadlocked and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson seeking a rare Saturday sitting of MPs the day after next week’s crunch EU summit, here is a look at how events could unfold.

Brexit saga: What could happen next?

It has emerged Boris Johnson’s Tories have drawn up a list that will be used as 'leverage' in a bid to force Ireland’s hand should Brexit talks fail It has emerged Boris Johnson’s Tories have drawn up a list that will be used as 'leverage' in a bid to force Ireland’s hand should Brexit talks fail

UK Government's threats warning Ireland will face drugs shortages labelled 'appalling' - Irish Mirror Online

“.@BorisJohnson, what’s at stake is not winning some stupid blame game. At stake is the future of Europe and the UK as well as the security and interests of our people. You don’t want a deal, you don’t want an extension, you don’t want to revoke, quo vadis?”

Donald Tusk on Twitter: ".@BorisJohnson, what’s at stake is not winning some stupid blame game. At stake is the future of Europe and the UK as well as the security and interests of our people. You don’t want a deal, you don’t want an extension, you don’t want to revoke, quo vadis?"

“We’re investing in #OurNHS to make sure that frontline services get the vital funding they need so that they can continue to be there for you and your family.”

Boris Johnson on Twitter: "We’re investing in #OurNHS to make sure that frontline services get the vital funding they need so that they can continue to be there for you and your family.… https://t.co/uNLcRQ2KP2"

“It’s time to get Brexit done and get on with delivering on Britain’s priorities: safer streets, better hospitals and improved schools 🇬🇧 #LeaveOct31st https://t.co/KKEq1UYa2u”

Boris Johnson on Twitter: "It’s time to get Brexit done and get on with delivering on Britain’s priorities: safer streets, better hospitals and improved schools 🇬🇧 #LeaveOct31st… https://t.co/slJrK92JUw"

“Stinging German newspaper editorial👇about Boris Johnson’s perceived priorities: winning an election over agreeing new Brexit deal. Article says tactics eg blaming Germany + wider EU are obvious to Brussels but seem to be working with UK voters https://t.co/iLDRoURBzC”

katya adler on Twitter: "Stinging German newspaper editorial👇about Boris Johnson’s perceived priorities: winning an election over agreeing new Brexit deal. Article says tactics eg blaming Germany + wider EU are obvious to Brussels but seem to be working with UK voters https://t.co/iLDRoURBzC"

Jean-Claude Juncker dismissed claims that the bloc will be to blame for failure to get an agreement, jibing that Britain had committed the 'original sin' of trying to leave.Jean-Claude Juncker dismissed claims that the bloc will be to blame for failure to get an agreement, jibing that Britain had committed the 'original sin' of trying to leave.

'No Deal will COLLAPSE the UK': Jean-Claude Juncker makes extraordinary Brexit threat | Daily Mail Online

It’s all very strange.It’s all very strange.

Brexit talks are collapsing before our eyes. So why does Michael Gove sound so calm?

Headline What could happen next in the Brexit battle?With Brexit talks appearing to be at an impasse as the withdrawal deadline looms, here is a look at what could happen next in the UK’s roller-coaster relationship with the EU.

What could happen next in the Brexit battle?

Leo Varadkar reneged on a secret deal with Boris Johnson to open the way to a Brexit compromise, a senior Downing Street source claimed yesterday.In a written briefing, a leading figure in No 10 accused the Irish prime minister of going back on his “commitments” to achieve a deal before October 31.Leo Varadkar reneged on a secret deal with Boris Johnson to open the way to a Brexit compromise, a senior Downing Street source claimed yesterday. In a written briefing, a leading figure in No 10...

Irish PM Leo Varadkar accused of breaking vow to find Brexit compromise | News | The Times

European Union Council President Donald Tusk has delivered a ferocious attack on UK PM Boris Johnson on social media, telling him that Brexit is not all about “winning some stupid blame game.”European Union Council President Donald Tusk has delivered a ferocious attack on UK PM Boris Johnson on social media, telling him that Brexit is not all about “winning some stupid blame game.”

‘Not about winning some stupid blame game’: EU’s Tusk loses temper with BoJo over Brexit — RT UK News

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FEARS are growing that Britain could be forced to stay in the EU until next June. Ahead of next week’s crunch EU summit leaders are discussing the length of a possible Brexit delay as hopes f…

Britain could be forced to stay in the EU for another SIX months and hold a second referendum

The GBP/USD pair lacked any firm directional bias and was seen oscillating in a narrow trading band, just below the 1.2300 handle through the Asian seThe GBP/USD pair lacked any firm directional bias and was seen oscillating in a narrow trading band, just below the 1.2300 handle through the Asian se

GBP/USD remains vulnerable near 1.2300 handle amid persistent Brexit uncertainties

The European Union could extend Brexit talks into as late as next summer as momentum builds behind holding a second vote on leaving the EU.The European Union could extend Brexit talks into as late as next summer as momentum builds behind holding a second vote on leaving the EU.

The EU could delay Brexit until next summer to allow second referendum - Business Insider