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Brexit means bad tempers.
As things stand, it's difficult to get any impression but a government gearing up for talks to fail and preparing its story about who else to blame
Theresa May has called for crackdown on social media abuse.
Brussels wants the power to impose sanctions without getting court approval
All you need to know about the latest row.
Government accused of chasing 'unicorn trade deals'.
It was dinner table chat a few months ago, now the possibility of a second vote on whether to leave the EU is being openly
The Brexit impact studies, about the existence of which the DExEU David Davis has repeatedly and knowingly lied, have leaked
One MP urged the Government to ignore the 'fringe' group.
It comes as hard Brexiteers revolt against Theresa May's direction on Brexit.