British Tory candidates for PM take aim at favorite Johnson

A host of candidates to replace Theresa May as British prime minister launched their campaigns on Monday promising to solve the turmoil of Brexit and taking shots at frontrunner Boris Johnson||William James and Elizabeth Piper, This is Money||

Former Foreign Minister Johnson is the bookmakers’ clear favorite to succeed May and, according to polls, the most popular with the 160,000 party members who will ultimately make the choice.

LONDON, June 10 (Reuters) – A host of candidates to replace Theresa May as British prime minister launched their campaigns on Monday promising to solve the turmoil of Brexit and taking shots at frontrunner Boris Johnson.

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Jeremy Corbyn says “we have to go back to the people, whether through a general election or a public vote”

Labour should have argued for a second referendum, and then pledged to campaign to remain in Europe, says Emily Thornberry on her party’s EU election campaign

Brexit cross-party talks fail over ‘weakness and instability’ of Theresa May’s Government

I have written to Theresa May to say that talks on finding a compromise agreement for leaving the European Union have gone as far as they can; Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn

It was the moment we all knew would arrive sooner or later. On Friday morning it emerged that cross-party talks on Brexit had finally collapsed. 

Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn, the leaders of two very different forces in British politics, failed to reach a compromise deal after six weeks of negotiations, and, it seems, we are back to square one. 

Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit talks with the Labour Party are a “grave mistake”; former defence secretary Gavin Williamson

Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit talks with the Labour Party are a “grave mistake”, according to former defence secretary Gavin Williamson. Mrs May is hoping to reach a cross-party consensus on her withdrawal agreement after failing to get it through Parliament three times.