British Prime Minister Theresa May ‘Weak, weak, weak’; Scottish National Party’s Peter “Pete” Wishart

The Brexit kerfuffle has been so much fun that she wants three more months of it. That was the PM’s message to parliament today. At the start of this rowdy session some members seem to think they could terminate May’s career live on TV. Pete Wishart, the first member called, laid into her mishandling of Brexit and flung three blunt syllables at her, ‘weak, weak, weak.’

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Theresa May to visit Northern Ireland in bid to win support for Brexit deal

Theresa May will travel to Northern Ireland tomorrow to try to win support for her new Brexit plans.

The Prime Minister will make a speech to business leaders which is expected to focus on the crucial Irish border issue.

It comes as Mrs invited Tory rebels into Number 10 in a desperate scramble to find a way to resolve the thorny issue of the backstop.

Hard Brexiteers from Jacob Rees-Mogg’s European Research Group (ERG) and remain backing former ministers will meet from today in what has been dubbed the ‘Alternative Arrangements Working Group’ (AAWG).

BREXIT – Pub operator JD Wetherspoon: ‘What don’t you like about free trade, Mrs May?’

JD Wetherspoon has launched a poster campaign in its pubs (Monday October 15) calling on the Prime Minister to get rid of tariffs post-Brexit.

The poster is headlined ‘What don’t you like about free trade, Mrs May?’ and states that free trade means getting rid of tarriffs. Click here to download a copy.

UK – Amber Rudd says No Deal Brexit WILL be blocked – crushing PM’s biggest threat

Dan Bloom, Online Political Editor – MIRROR|AIWA! NO!|Amber Rudd, who rejoined the Cabinet days ago, declared the House of Commons WILL block No Deal – directly contradicting her boss Theresa May

Theresa May’s threat to hurl Britain into a No Deal Brexit was brutally punctured today by one of her biggest allies.

BREXIT – The Financial Times Stock Exchange 100 (FTSE) slips on Brexit and trade war fears

BREXIT – The Financial Times Stock Exchange 100 (FTSE) slips on Brexit and trade war fears