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Groups opposed to hard Brexit join forces under Chuka Umunna

Groups opposed to hard Brexit join forces under Chuka Umunna

Coalition of pro-EU organisations and MPs will push for public’s voice to be heard on final dealThe main groups opposed to a hard Brexit are joining forces under the leadership of Chuka Umunna to push
The Guardian view on May in China: the ‘golden era’ has lost its lustre | Editorial

The Guardian view on May in China: the ‘golden era’ has lost its lustre | Editorial

The prime minister struck a more cautious note than her predecessors on her visit to Beijing. Her approach is sensible – but she has fewer cards in her handWhere’s the beef? Anyone looking at Theresa
'Be optimistic': Andrew Adonis launches his drive to reverse Brexit

'Be optimistic': Andrew Adonis launches his drive to reverse Brexit

As Labour peer begins national tour in Durham, locals find idea of second vote hard to stomachThe first step along what Andrew Adonis hopes is the road to reversing Brexit starts a few miles upstream
Wealth inequality was behind Brexit vote | Letters

Wealth inequality was behind Brexit vote | Letters

Mark Birkett says Brexit is Britain’s ideal opportunity to reset its relationship with capitalism; Michael Heaton delves into Corbyn’s antipathy towards the EU; Patrick Cosgrove likens Jacob Rees-Mogg
Anna Soubry urges May to 'sling out' arch Brexiters

Anna Soubry urges May to 'sling out' arch Brexiters

Former business minister says she won’t stay in a party ‘taken over by Rees-Mogg and Johnson’Leading pro-Europe Conservative MP Anna Soubry has told the prime minister to “sling out” arch Brexiters as
Guardian view on Germany’s grand coalition: continuity carries risks | Editorial

Guardian view on Germany’s grand coalition: continuity carries risks | Editorial

A new government in Berlin is cause for relief, but not celebration when hard problems go unaddressedSince Brexit is the biggest problem facing the UK, it is easy from this side of the Channel to
The Brexit war cabinet and women's suffrage – Politics Weekly podcast

The Brexit war cabinet and women's suffrage – Politics Weekly podcast

Heather Stewart is joined by Aarti Shankar, Anne Perkins and Jennifer Rankin to discuss a Brexit war cabinet at war with itself. Plus Labour’s equalities secretary, Dawn Butler, on 100 years of
McDonnell says Labour open to 'democratic engagement' on Brexit

McDonnell says Labour open to 'democratic engagement' on Brexit

But shadow chancellor tells Peston on Sunday a second EU vote would divide UK over again A second EU referendum would divide the UK again but Labour would not rule out further “democratic engagement”,
Miscalculating the cost of Brexit | Letters

Miscalculating the cost of Brexit | Letters

The unnecessary policy of austerity pursued over the last few years has done more damage to the UK growth rate than any of the Brexit scenarios, argues Professor Tony ThirlwallThe way you (and other
Miscalculating the cost of Brexit | Letters

Miscalculating the cost of Brexit | Letters

The unnecessary policy of austerity pursued over the last few years has done more damage to the UK growth rate than any of the Brexit scenarios, argues Professor Tony ThirlwallThe way you (and other
Brexit immigration plan delays are fuelling anxiety, MPs warn

Brexit immigration plan delays are fuelling anxiety, MPs warn

Report criticises Home Office’s lack of timetable and effect on EU citizens and UK businessesDelays to the government’s white paper setting out plans for a post-Brexit immigration system are causing
The Guardian view of Boris Johnson’s Brexit vision: all about me | Editorial

The Guardian view of Boris Johnson’s Brexit vision: all about me | Editorial

It was billed as a Valentine’s Day letter to remainers. But the foreign secretary’s love affair with himself got in the wayThe foreign secretary Boris Johnson made a speech on Wednesday in praise of
Japan thinks Brexit is an 'act of self-harm', says UK's former ambassador

Japan thinks Brexit is an 'act of self-harm', says UK's former ambassador

Sir David Warren says it is time for plain speaking on the impact of Britain’s withdrawal from the European UnionJapan sees Brexit as an act of economic and political self-harm that will reduce the
Liam Fox: there’s no ‘secrecy’ on UK trade deals | Letters

Liam Fox: there’s no ‘secrecy’ on UK trade deals | Letters

The international trade secretary says the government is committed to developing future trade policy in a transparent way, while Mike Watkins asks why the media gave Boris Johnson’s Brexit speech so

For and against students getting the crops in | Letters

Readers respond to an earlier letter suggesting that students should replace migrant farm workers after BrexitIn the agricultural sector there is a shortfall of 4,300 jobs with a tiny proportion of
Angela Merkel 'curious' about UK's Brexit plan, but not 'frustrated'

Angela Merkel 'curious' about UK's Brexit plan, but not 'frustrated'

German leader conciliatory as Theresa May prepares to outline her security ideas in MunichAngela Merkel told Theresa May on Friday that she was “curious” about, but “not frustrated” with the British
UK will 'have to have a customs union' post-Brexit, says Corbyn

UK will 'have to have a customs union' post-Brexit, says Corbyn

The Labour leader said access to European markets and no hard border in Northern Ireland were key to Labour’s positionThe UK will “have to have a customs union” with the EU after Brexit, Jeremy Corbyn
Important words about Brexit | Letters

Important words about Brexit | Letters

Christopher Rainger thinks Keir Starmer should say ‘No Brexit’ is the best ‘Jobs Brexit’. But John Doherty recalls David Cameron’s pledge that the referendum would be final. And Peter McKenna says
Corbyn to put May on spot by embracing EU customs union

Corbyn to put May on spot by embracing EU customs union

Labour leader will pile pressure on PM before key vote, but avoid single market commitmentJeremy Corbyn will clarify his Brexit policy on Monday with a speech that increases the chances of Theresa May
What's the latest in the Brexit talks?

What's the latest in the Brexit talks?

After the breakthrough at December’s summit, Brexit talks have a long way to go before the expected autumn deadline for the second phase of agreement. Britain is under pressure to formalise the