Critics in the House accused her of "playing chicken" to avoid splits in her own Conservative party and her Cabinet which remains divided on many of these issues.
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Suella Braverman MP, tells BfB why Brexit is a liberation from a failing EU economySuella Braverman, the Conservative MP for Fareham, is one of the eight ERG Star Chamber of lawyers who will supervise and report back on any change the Attorney General, Geoffrey Cox, secures on the Northern Ireland backstop.
If the hotel is on fire it’s better to get out before the roof falls inDr Stephen Davies, Head of Education, Institute of Economic Affairs tells BfB why he believes the UK’s party system is going through a fundamental realignment and why the EU project has failed.
The Labour Party is going to take the UK out of the European Union: Maurice GlasmanThe Labour peer Lord Maurice Glasman tells B4B how Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party is going to take the UK out of the European Union
EU economies are faltering, and the costs of Brexit are exaggeratedThe prize-winning Indian economist Ashoka Mody explains why the EU is facing long-term economic decline, and why the economic costs of Brexit have been greatly overstated
Lord Peter Lilley – Is May playing chicken?Critics in the House accused her of "playing chicken" to avoid splits in her own Conservative party and her Cabinet which remains divided on many of these issues.
Kate Hoey: Is May really seeking a solution to the NI backstop?BfB speaks to Labour MP for Vauxhall Kate Hoey, soon after Theresa May made her statement to the House on what her plan B for Brexit now is.
Ten BfB guests #StandUp4BrexitOn this historic day for the UK parliament we let ten B4B podcast guests tell our listeners why they intend to #StandUp4Brexit.
How Labour’s pro-Leave position on #Brexit will help it to win the next General ElectionRichard Johnson tells B4B listeners how he believes Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour leadership are positioning the party to win more Leave voting constituencies in the next General Election to defeat the Tories.
Baroness Ruth Deech voices concerns on May’s Withdrawal AgreementBaroness Ruth Deech, a lawyer, who has often voiced her concerns about the UK’s membership of the EU.
Why Theresa May should ditch her Withdrawal Agreement and opt for a CETA style FTAIn this Exclusive B4B podcast David Jones the Conservative MP for Clwyd West, tells listeners why he now thinks Theresa May, the Prime Minister, should ditch her failed Withdrawal Agreement and begin negotiations with the EU for a CETA (The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement) free-trade agreement similar to the one it recently signed with Canada.