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OPINION: May's problem is she needs the support of her own eurosceptic MPs to survive, but in order to get her EU withdrawal package through the Commons she will likely need the votes of MPs outside her party.
Two trends propping up economic growth in Britain have suddenly reversed as more consumers realise the damage from Brexit is permanent, not transient
Consumers have stopped taking on more debt and started saving their money again.
Britain's biggest business lobbyist, the CBI, has warned the government that it must "break the Brexit logjam" or risk doing major damage to the UK economy going forward.
EU citizens at risk from May’s ‘hostile environment’ after Brexit, warns former UK civil service chief
Lord Kerslake said the Windrush scandal suggested the department could be unprepared for the 'huge' task of registering nearly 4 million EU nationals living in the UK.
Irish prime minister, Leo Varadkar, has told Theresa May that Britain must stay aligned with the single market and customs union for physical infrastructure on the Irish border to be avoided.
'We need to seriously question if we’re going to have a Withdrawal Agreement,' said Irish PM Leo Varadkar. 'We need to know that it’s workable and legally operable, but we’re yet to see anything that remotely approaches that.'
Westminster politics has recently been dominated by the row within Cabinet over "max fac" vs Theresa May's customs partnership. However, this discussion is irrelevant until Britain and the EU on the contentious issue of the Irish border "backstop," trade expert Sam Lowe argues.
Theresa May is reportedly considering a proposal which will effectively keep Britain in the EU's customs union well into the 2020s. This is so Britain will have more time to prepare a new customs arrangement which will prevent a hard Irish border.
The UK is heading for a ‘constitutional crisis’ if May forces through Brexit without Scotland’s consent
Scotland's Brexit minister warns Theresa May risks a "constitutional crisis" if the PM doesn't back down on plans to push through the Brexit bill without the consent of Scottish parliament.
A spokesperson for the PM denies any change in policy after May tells MPs that Britain is aiming for a new customs union with the EU.