THERESA MAY’s “so-called Chequers proposals are in truth very far from dead” and the Brexit model will be “at the heart” of the deal she will “shortly and magically secure”, Boris Johnson has argued.

UK PM May drops plan for Monday's emergency Cabinet meeting, Europe

LONDON (REUTERS) - British Prime Minister Theresa May has been forced to abandon plans for an emergency Cabinet meeting on Monday (Nov 12) to approve a Brexit deal, the Independent website reported.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

The future of Northern Ireland

Johnson calls for Cabinet mutiny over PM’s Brexit plans Johnson calls for Cabinet mutiny over PM’s Brexit plans

The former foreign secretary says Theresa May is on the brink of ‘total surrender’ to the EU.

Former British foreign minister Boris Johnson called again on Sunday for Prime Minister Theresa May to change course on Brexit, accusing her of forcing through a deal to keep the country locked in the EU's customs union in a "total surrender."

Former British foreign minister Boris Johnson called again on Sunday for Prime Minister Theresa May to change course on Brexit, accusing her of forcing through a deal to keep the country locked in the EU's customs union in a "total surrender".

May under fire from all sides over Brexit May under fire from all sides over Brexit

Cabinet divisions have been exposed on the backstop arrangement as the PM’s right-hand Brexit adviser has talks in Brussels.

Theresa May fights to keep Brexit deal alive as opposition mounts

Opposition from all sides is mounting, casting doubt over whether she can get her plans through Parliament

Change tack or face defeat, Brexit critics tell British PM - Kuwait Times

Less than five months before Britain leaves the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May's parliamentary enforcers are on the prowl.

Realities of leaving the EU are crushing Brexiteers’ fantasies

On Brexit day — March 29, 2019 — the HMS Buccaneer Britannia will set sail in search of the riches of the “Anglosphere.” But there is a hitch: Someone has forgotten to raise the anchor, which remains planted firmly in Ireland.

The Brexit crisis point is here and we are far from ready, says the Guardian columnist Matthew d’Ancona