Twenty-five years ago, 12 nations signed the Maastricht Treaty, establishing the European Union. It laid the foundations for a single currency and stronger cooperation between European countries.
Is joint statement proof of how slowly things have been going?
Theresa May and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker have agreed to “accelerate” stalled Brexit talks amid fears
'At the heart of our talks are the interests of all our citizens'.
EU nationals’ rights in Britain should be agreed early in the Brexit talks, Theresa May has indicated in her Article 50 letter
Peers could be up all night
Theresa May is facing a second defeat in the House of Lords on the Bill designed to begin the Brexit process. Labour and
Economic growth is flatlining, unemployment is rising and inflation has hit five per cent. Up and down the country people are worried about their jobs and their falling living standards. And instead of taking action to fix the economy, the Conservative Prime Minister is bogged down by squabbling from his own MPs demanding a referendum on our membership of the European Union. This all sounds too familiar. Last time the Conservatives were in power, they tore themselves to pieces over the Maastricht Treaty while the economy crumbled around them. It seems as if the early 1990s are back.