Boris Johnson could break Brexit deadlock if EU ditch red line on Irish border checks

The Sun

BORIS Johnson could break the Brexit deadlock if he gets the EU to ditch its red line of no checks on the island of Ireland. Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay has drawn up three tests the Government must meet before it formally asks to renegotiate the deal — and has passed two of them. He told [R...

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Britain’s General Boris Johnson is calmly leading his 17.4million-strong Leavers’ army out of the EU

The Sun

SIGNAL from the front line . . . Downing Street surrounded. Remainers screaming at the gate. All exits blocked. SNAFU, as they say in the Army. Situation Normal: All F****d Up. Yet amid this barrage of incoming fire, Boris Johnson and his Cabinet ...

No-deal Brexit will have 'seismic' impact, says European car industry

The Guardian

Carmakers fear disorderly exit would cripple the just-in-time supply chain, investment and lead to tariff barriersThe European car industry has warned of catastrophic effects of a no-deal Brexit, saying it would have a “seismic” impact on making c...

Boris Johnson and Donald Trump agree to strike UK-US trade deal by July 2020

The Sun

BORIS Johnson and Donald Trump have agreed to strike a UK-US trade deal in lightning quick time by July next year. The President and the PM could publicly commit to the highly ambitious timeline as early as Tuesday (September 22) when they meet in...

Corbyn on collision course with Labour members over Brexit

The Guardian

Leader in conference bid to stop party campaigning for remain at general electionJeremy Corbyn has risked the wrath of Labour’s membership after he moved to stop the party campaigning to remain in the EU at a general election.Before a crucial vote...

Boris Johnson urges world leaders to see beyond Brexit as he heads to U.N.

Global News

Johnson is likely to be dogged by Brexit throughout his three-day trip to the General Assembly, the U.N.’s annual gathering of world leaders.