Boris Johnson will tomorrow present his “great new” Brexit deal to MPs ahead of what is likely to be a knife-edge House of Commons vote on the agreement he has struck with the EU.
Former prime minister David Cameron has given his backing to Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal and suggested it could be passed by MPs.
This is not the deal that the European Union would have wanted on day one.
Boris Johnson told his MPs on Wednesday he was hopeful of a deal, but felt like he was on the Hillary Step of Everest, while the summit was “shrouded in mist”.
Boris Johnson doesn’t have the numbers – yet – to pass his deal in the Commons, but there have been clear signs that some of the resistance is crumbling.
Boris Johnson is returning to Downing Street after securing a new Brexit deal at a crucial Brussels summit – but he has a fight on his hands to get MPs to back it.
Mark Field, the former Tory minister who controversially manhandled a female environmental protester at the Chancellor’s Mansion House speech, is to quit as an MP.
Boris Johnson declared that the controversial backstop was dead as a new deal was struck with the European Union on Brexit.
Boris Johnson has claimed a “great new deal” has been done with the EU on Brexit, just hours after the DUP appeared to scupper his chances of getting anything through parliament.
Boris Johnson heads for the EU summit in Brussels today with the chances of getting a Brexit deal hanging in the balance.
A European Summit is, first and foremost, a triumph of logistics. Twenty-eight European leaders all turning up in the same place at the same time, ready to talk about the most pressing political issues facing their continent.
Labour’s anti-semitism row has erupted spectacularly again as the veteran Jewish MP Louise Ellman quit the party and condemned Jeremy Corbyn as unfit to be Prime Minister.
Boris Johnson has spent the day negotiating not only with Brussels but also with the DUP and the Brexiteers of the European Research Group (ERG).
A new Brexit deal will not be agreed tonight, a government source has told Sky News.
There has been yet more parliamentary scrutiny about American businesswoman Jennifer Arcuri.