BRITAIN is set to thrive in years to come as a boost in economic growth dwarfs the hit from Brexit, a Remain-backing former minister predicted today.
Jim O’Neill, an ex-banker who became a Treasury minister under George Osborne, admitted that dire forecasts about a Brexit crash had not come
BRITAIN’S military prowess could still provide the key to breaking Brussels’ hardline Brexit position and secure a bumper trade deal, EU diplomats have revealed.
Senior Eurocrats have told The Sun future defence cooperation will be a “very big bargaining chip” for the UK in the upcoming trade negotiations.
CINEMA fans here and in America are leaping to their feet to cheer Winston Churchill’s rousing “fight them on the beaches” speech in Darkest Hour.
This was the crisis point in World War Two when Churchill vowed to fight the Nazis to a standstill while Cabinet appeasers clamoured for
A former Tory Cabinet minister secretly boasted of his close links to a top Brexit politician in a Chinese cash-for-access scandal.
A trio of top Tories were covertly filmed discussing being paid for telling tycoons from China how to make money out of Britain leaving the EU.
THERESA May has been told she “must be stronger” in her battle for post-Brexit trade deals.
Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg wants the PM to resist EU attempts to browbeat her into accepting their terms.
He warns her chance of a lucrative deal with the outside world will be wrecked unless
THREE senior Tories have denied wrongdoing after being embroiled in an alleged "cash for Brexit" scandal.
The former cabinet ministers were allegedly secretly filmed discussing payment for advising Chinese businessmen how to best to cash in on Britain leaving the EU.
Ex-Health Secretary Andrew Lansley, former Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell,
EMPEROR Napoleon may have been defeated at Waterloo, but his great nephew went on to fight for Britain.
Our history is like that.
It sometimes hides truths in the tales of our past, never more so than when dealing with France.
Emperor Napoleon’s current successor, President Emmanuel Macron, proved it again
The truth about the money we give to the EU is not as Boris Johnson tells it.
For starters our contribution per head is less than 11 other countries including Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Germany, France, Italy and Ireland.
And if you work it out in daily cups of coffee then
THE PM burst into German yesterday to spell out that Britain will not row back on Brexit.
Theresa May switched tongues under interrogation from a Berlin journalist.
After being asked if there would be a second referendum, she told Bild report Tanit Koch: “Wir verlassen die EU, aber nicht Europa.”
ON Tuesday, the Cabinet will discuss the NHS – and how it is coping with the winter crisis.
But those hoping this meeting will offer a preview of how Jeremy Hunt intends to tackle social care, which he took responsibility for in the reshuffle, will be disappointed.
As will those
WINSTON CHURCHILL’S grandson tonight threw his weight behind Boris Johnson’s dream of a cross-Channel ‘Brexit Bridge’ – as experts insisted it CAN be done.
Tory backbencher Nicholas Soames said the idea of a 25 mile bridge between Dover and Calais was “absolutely excellent”.
And he panned critics lining up to
BRITAIN’S financial services industry will lose far fewer jobs because of Brexit than first feared, the City of London have declared.
The corporation that runs the Square Mile said yesterday the number of postings shifting overseas because of our EU exit is “now likely to be at the lower
CAN the Government not hear the Brexit clock ticking?
We are 14 months from leaving and just weeks from trade talks starting. The Cabinet must decide what it wants, fast, and go hell for leather to get it.
Even as good economic news pours in, too many ministers and civil
MIGRANTS have been promised “fast-track” access to Britain as part of a new Calais border deal.
A new “Sandhurst” treaty will see decisions on whether adult migrants qualify to enter the UK cut from six months to a month - and to just 25 days for children.
It came as
EMMANUEL Macron warned Theresa May Britain will have to pay up if the City wants to retain full access to the EU’s single market after Brexit.
Despite a huge charm offensive by the PM at a day-long summit yesterday, the French president quipped: “Be my guest — but you
BORIS JOHNSON has raised the ground-breaking idea of building a cross-Channel BRIDGE - sources revealed yesterday.
The Foreign Secretary - famed for his dream of a 'Boris Island' airport - has told aides that it's "ridiculous" that two of the world's biggest economies were linked by a single rail
DONALD Trump isn't coming to visit Britain because he doesn't want to distract Theresa May from Brexit, a close ally of his has said.
Rex Tillerson said the US President didn't want to get in the way of the UK's important task of exiting the European Union.
Last week Trump
BRITAIN won't be able to ditch the hated tampon tax until years after Brexit - as Brussels announced it would delay reforms to VAT law.
Eurocrats will give Member States more powers to lift sales tax on some consumer products in a bid to boost the bloc’s popularity, but
Tory top brass have launched an online 'letter writing campaign' on Jeremy Corbyn 's approach to Brexit - but the text of the letter is incredibly misleading.
Several high-profile Tory MPs, including the party's deputy chairman James Cleverly, have encouraged followers to write to the Labour leader,
IRISH PM Leo Varadkar has infuriated Leavers after suggesting he feels sorry for British WW2 veterans over Brexit.
The Dublin chief claimed Tommies who stormed the Normandy beaches on D-Day were doing so “for European values”.
However, he was immediately attacked by eurosceptics who pointed out nobody had even conceived
UP to a million new EU migrants could still get permanent residency rights here after Brexit.
They would qualify if Theresa May accepts the EU’s fresh conditions for a transition period deal, a report warns.
New Brussels demands call for post—Brexit arrivals up to 2021 to be given the option.
JUSTINE Greening has warned Theresa May a Brexit deal that angers young people will one day see them reverse the landmark decision.
The former Education Secretary spoke out for the first time from the backbenches yesterday since being sacked from the post by the PM last week.
Former Remain campaigner
THERESA May was accused of caving into demands from French president Emmanuel Macron in a bid to land a bumper Brexit trade deal.
The PM confirmed plans to spend £44.5million on beefing up security at Calais ahead of Mr Macron’s first official visit to the UK.
No10 also revealed Britain
THERESA MAY will risk the fury of Tory MPs this week by agreeing to pay more money to France - and take-in more child migrants - to keep UK border posts in Calais.
Sources last night said officials were “haggling” over the final details of a revised Le Touquet
JACOB Rees-Mogg has been hailed as a 'true believer' in Brexit following his appointment to a key backbench Tory Europsceptic group.
The influential Tory MP has vowed to support the government in handing back 'control' after he stood unopposed to chair the European Reform Group.
The group has more than
A FRESH rift opened up between Theresa May and Boris Johnson when the PM refused to back him for saying Britain will be able to claw back MORE than Vote Leave’s contentious £350million a week claim.
The Foreign Secretary sparked fresh fury by saying his campaign “grossly underestimated” the
BRUSSELS chiefs have leaped on mounting speculation about a second EU referendum to issue a fresh plea for Britain to reverse Brexit.
In an intervention that infuriated Leavers, EU Council chief Donald Tusk insisted yesterday that there is still time for the UK to change its mind.
He insisted the
WHICH of the EU’s many contradictory faces are we supposed to trust?
The tough-guy routine of negotiator Michel Barnier? The sneering of full-time troll Guy Verhofstadt? The needy pleading of President Donald Tusk?
If it’s the latter, they’re too late. A little generosity in 2016 when David Cameron tried to
BREXIT rebels denied undermining Theresa May last night as they pressed EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier on how to keep Britain in the single market.
A group of Remainer MPs, including ex-Attorney General Dominic Grieve and arch europhile Anna Soubry, travelled to Brussels to meet the Frenchman.
All of the
TWO more EU countries have backed calls for a trade deal with Britain.
Luxembourg and Sweden have joined Spain and the Netherlands in wanting a post-Brexit agreement which includes both goods and services.
Italy, Poland, Hungary and the Republic of Ireland have also spoken in favour of such a treaty.