Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay was asked by MPs in Parliament if he would be happy for the U.K. to have a short, "technical" delay to the Oct. 31 exit day deadline to pass the legislation required for the country to leave the EU. His response? “No"
Boris Johnson will write a letter to Brussels asking for a delay if no deal is approved by Saturday, the Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay has said on the final day of negotiations before the key summit
Government "will comply" with law forcing UK to request Brexit delay to avoid no-deal, says Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay
The PM will ask the EU for a Brexit delay if he fails to get a deal approved by parliament by Saturday, the Brexit secretary says. Sky's @KateEMcCann talks us through what could happen next and says "lots of options are on the table". Latest here:
Last year it was a resigning issue for @DavidMundellDCT . Now the ex Scottish Secretary tells @PaulBrandITV why he's open to a Brexit deal that gives Northern Ireland special status - and why @NicolaSturgeon is wrong. The full #ITVActingPM episode will be released on Thursday
If only these leadership contenders had been able to do something to stop Brexit becoming the mess they describe. If only they’d had votes at various stages of the process or been in the Cabinet or been Foreign Secretary or Secretary of State for Brexit. I really feel for them.