1. ‘Nobody wants a hard border. Nobody will accept it’ - Boris Johnson  The Irish Times
  2. 'Be bold and brave' - Johnson urges border cooperation  RTE.ie
  3. ‘No one voted to be worse off’ - Wakefield locals brace for Brexit  The Guardian
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Prominent Brexiteer says initial backstop proposal seemed like ‘a convenient fiction’

Former British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has criticised the backstop proposal in the Brexit agreement but said the UK does not want a hard border on the island of Ireland.

In a city where 66.4% of residents voted to leave the EU, some claim choice was based on sovereignty

A senior UK government minister has urged British MPs to work together to prevent the

John Bercow was brave and correct to allow the Grieve amendment vote. Parliament has its rightful power, says Guardian columnist Martin Kettle