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No, Jacob Rees-Mogg isn’t going to throw fish into the River Thames
The bizarre protest isn't happening, according to the man himself.
Brexit was making us a joke nation even before the blue passports | William Keegan
Theresa May’s ‘transition’ deal is no cause for optimism amid this growing sense of farceDid I hear aright? Is the new, or rather “retro”, post-Brexit, true-blue British passport going to be
Jacob Rees-Mogg says people trying to stop Brexit are ‘cave dwellers’
The Tory MP compared Remainers to the Japanese soldier who refused to surrender after the Second World War.
Safe spaces a threat to free speech on UK college campuses
"They can protest, but they can't stop them." The post Safe spaces a threat to free speech on UK college campuses appeared first on Hot Air.
Beano orders Jacob Rees-Mogg to stop looking like Walter the Softy
Beano has sent him a ‘cease and desist’ letter because it thinks he looks too similar to Dennis the Menace's arch nemesis.
Theresa May on Syria airstrikes: 'We have not done this because Trump asked us to' - Politics live
Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Theresa May’s Commons statement about the Syria airstrikesMay reverses government position on Windrush immigration
Rees-Mogg: Mayor Khan Must ‘Take Responsibility’ for London Crime Wave
Leading Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg has slammed London Mayor Sadiq Khan, saying he must “take responsibility” for the violent crime wave sweeping the city, driving its murder rate above that of New York
Jacob Rees-Mogg accuses House of Lords of ‘playing with fire’ over Brexit
He didn't pull any punches in his speech today.
Irish EU commissioner urges May to rethink customs union stance
Phil Hogan to call for a ‘softening of the red lines’ between Brexiters and remainersIreland’s EU commissioner has urged Theresa May to face down the “immoderate ideology” of Brexiters and reconsider
We won’t have a hard Brexit. There aren’t enough MPs to back it | Martin Kettle
The issue need not bring down Theresa May’s government, but Jacob Rees-Mogg’s sabre-rattling is a bluff she will have to callWith the wonderful benefit of hindsight, the great moments of political
‘Man of the people’ Jacob Rees-Mogg MP went to Greggs for lunch
Did he get a steak bake?
Europe in Big Trouble Without Brexit Cash and Negotiators Should Use That to Our Advantage, Says Rees-Mogg
Tory Brexit leader Jacob Rees-Mogg spoke out Sunday on the poor state of Brexit negotiations and called for the government to be more hard-nosed in dealing with the European Union in remarks which
Caroline Lucas tells anti-Brexit rally: 'we must be different to win'
Green party’s co-leader, Vince Cable and David Lammy, all spoke at ‘People’s Vote’ eventCaroline Lucas, Vince Cable and David Lammy were among the speakers that argued the case for Britain to remain
Theresa May faces leadership battle from up to 20 MPs if Brexit fails
Jacob Rees-Mogg has warned the Government could collapse if the prime minister does not deliver the Brexit she promised.
May to float third Brexit customs model at Chequers meeting
PM expected to ask ministers to choose between Norway-style partnership and Canada-style trade dealDowning Street has produced a third possible model for the UK’s post-Brexit customs arrangements,
Boris Johnson backs Theresa May critic as Tory infighting ramps up
The foreign secretary defended the Prime Minister's biggest critic over Brexit amid reports senior Tories want a leadership battle.
MPs Demanding 'No Confidence' Vote After May's Brexit Sell-out, Boris Calls Deal 'A Big Turd'
Theresa May has been unable to contain Brexiteer anger over her "turd" Brexit proposals, with backbenchers reportedly moving to trigger a vote of no confidence in her leadership.
Leading Brexiteer Rees-Mogg: I Will Vote Against Prime Minister's 'Misfounded' Brexit Plan
Leading Brexiteer and chair of a Eurosceptic group of MPs Jacob Rees-Mogg will, if it continues as stated, vote against the Prime Minister's Brexit plan, in a revelation of growing back-bench
Raab toughens stance on Brexit 'divorce bill', says UK may not pay £39bn if trade talks stall - Politics live
Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including the publication of the government’s Brexit white paperBarnier hints white paper could cross EU red linesWhite paper seeks
‘Not What People Voted For’ – Brexiteers Slam 'Embarrassing' EU Divorce Plans
Brexit supporters have expressed serious concerns over Theresa May’s blueprint for UK-Brussels relations, with leading eurosceptic Jacob Rees-Mogg asserting the document “recreates the worst aspects