The EU could put its citizens at risk if it allows ideology or rigid institutions to blind its leaders to the need to cooperate against terror threats, Theresa May will say on Saturday, proposing a new UK-EU treaty on intelligence and security.
It was already planned for David Davis to make a major speech on Brexit over the next couple of weeks; Boris Johnson, too.
The Conservatives have denied claims from grassroots activists that the party is planning radical reforms to strip local party members of their power to select candidates.
A bad showing in upcoming local authority elections could lead to the prime minister’s downfall.
Theresa May is facing a growing revolt among party donors, with one senior backer warning that the Tories will be “decimated” at an election unless the prime minister ends her indecision and shows leadership.
Conservative MPs who want the closest possible relationship with the European Union have been ramping up their efforts to prevent the party’s arch-Brexiters from getting their way, Anna Soubry has said.
A new YouGov poll puts Theresa May’s party four points ahead of Jeremy Corbyn's.
The out-of-touch Tory back-bencher’s political stock has risen in recent weeks.
Week by week, the empty spaces on the green benches grow wider. Prime minister’s questions used to be a standing-room-only affair, but in the hands of Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn it’s driving many MPs to an early lunch.
Business leaders have warned Theresa May that “patience is wearing thin” with the government’s indecision on Brexit, as her inner cabinet comes under intense pressure to give a clearer signal about Britain’s future relationship with the EU.
Theresa May has been forced to reassure jittery Brexiters on her own back benches as her 11-strong Brexit inner cabinet prepared to assemble for an eight-hour awayday to thrash out a deal on Britain’s future relationship with the European Union.
Jeremy Corbyn has sought to exploit divisions in the Conservative party over Brexit by pressing Theresa May at prime minister’s questions for more details on the deal she hopes to strike with the EU.
More than 60 backbench Conservative MPs have sent Theresa May a list of hard Brexit demands ahead of a crunch meeting, triggering a furious reaction from colleagues who branded the letter a “ransom note”.