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Brexit news: Project Fear DEFEATED: Poll reveals UK public can’t WAIT for Brexit | Politics | News

GETTY Brexit news: A new poll has revealed huge support for Brexit Britain Put together by the Enterprise Investment Scheme Association (EISA), the poll is welcome news for Prime Minister Theresa May, who is battling division in her cabinet amid concerns about the financial costs of quitting the single market …

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Brexit news: Boris Johnson wants new trade plane after UK leaves EU | Politics | News

GETTY Foreign secretary Boris Johnson wants a plane to hunt for trade deals In an ambitious proposal to promote Theresa May’s “Global Britain” brand, the Foreign Secretary suggested that the Government should buy a dedicated ministerial plane for his diplomatic visits overseas. He thinks the official aircraft – possibly painted …

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Brexit news: The 15 House of Lords amendments to EU Withdrawal Bill IN FULL | UK | News

PARLIAMENT TV/GETTY Brexit news: The full list of all 15 amendments to the Brexit Bill passed by the Lords The latest amendment would see environmental protections currently provided by the European Union continue after the split laws and a powerful new British watchdog set up to enforce them. Today’s defeat …

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Brexit news: Theresa May’s customs partnership option could be ILLEGAL blasts David Davis | Politics | News

GETTY David Davis has stated that Theresa May’s preferred customs partnership option could be illegal Mr Davis, who is opposed to the customs partnership option, is believed to have told the Prime Minister that the customs arrangement could run into legal trouble. He also warned Mrs May that it would …

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Brexit news: Boris Johnson and Theresa May agree on EU exit plans | Politics | News

GETTY Boris Johnson in ‘complete conformity’ with Theresa May’s Brexit plan The Foreign Secretary told MPs he was right to speak out against proposals for a “customs partnership” because the Government had yet to decide on the issue. His remarks in the Commons followed a series of spats between ministers …

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