Boris Johnson admits there's no plan for no Brexit deal
Boris Johnson has admitted the government has no plan for no deal on Brexit, claiming that “there is no plan for no deal, because we are going to get a great deal."
'Barista visas' proposal shows May must wake up and smell the coffee
Commenting on reports the Government is looking at proposals to introduce 'barista visas' for european citizens after Brexit, Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron said, "Barista visas sounds like a piece of political satire, but tragically this is actually being taken seriously by our Brexit government.
Revelation that ministers realise Brexit a mistake
Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has seized on revelations from Ireland’s top Brexit official that the British government now realises Brexit is a mistake.
Biggest rise in food prices in three years from Brexit squeeze
Food prices saw the biggest increase for three years in the year to March, figures from the Office for National Statistics have revealed.
Food and drink prices rose by 1.2% and overall consumer inflation remained at 2.3%. Meanwhile wage growth is expected to slow, leaving people worse off in real terms.
Real incomes down
Following news that wages fell behind inflation in February, Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has said that the government can no longer deny that British workers are in the grip of a growing Brexit incomes squeeze.