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Brexit LIVE: 'Everything we feared!' Brexiteer's chilling verdict on new Germany

'We're cooking on gas!' Remoaners shut down as Brexit Britain delivering on trade pledges

A Conservative Party MP has brilliantly outlined how the UK is "cooking on gas" following Brexit with multiple trade deals on the go.

Brexit Britain has signed trade agreements with 69 countries and one with the EU, a majority of which are rollover deals with 63 countries following the departure from the EU.

In addition, new free trade agreements including the one recently signed with New Zealand are set to boost trade and positively benefit jobs.

Tory MP Matt Vickers has detailed how the the UK is "trading with the world".


Brexit: 'We're cooking on gas' says MP Matt Vickers

Ireland 'never believed Brexit would happen' - former Irish diplomat

Ray Bassett, former Irish Ambassador to Canada, Jamaica and Bahamas, has suggested the country's Government never believed Britain would see Brexit.

He said then Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar and current foreign Minister Simon Coveney believed the EU would be able to overturn the referendum from June 2016.

Mr Bassett said: "I'm quite convinced, in fact, they did say it to me, that at the early stages Ireland was absolutely convinced that Britain... that the Brexit referendum, the results of that would never be carried out.

"Because there was such a history of European Union being able to overcome these local democratic outcomes.

"So the view was and I heard it from themselves directly that, you know, Ireland would work with the sort of 'responsible' party in London, in other words, the remainers in London.

"To kind of thwart Brexit and that was the whole thrust of their programme."


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Brexit LIVE: Ireland's Foreign Minister Simon Coveney (Image: GETTY)

Macron hates Britain more than he cares about human lives, says Carole Malone

In a piece for the Express she writes: "His blistering hatred of this country seems to have unhinged him.

"In the past 22 months he has done everything in his power to punish Britain for daring to leave the EU."

"He has refused point blank to co-operate on everything from exports to vaccinations and his public trashing of our AstraZeneca jabs created a vaccine hesitancy in France that has cost lives.

"But worse has been the vile people trafficking. And while those smugglers are scum, they can only do what they do because France lets them.

"Just hours after the first bodies of those migrants were pulled from the water, this vengeful, two-bob Napoleon had the cheek to tell Boris not to exploit the tragedy.THIS from the man who has been so determined to make Brexit look like a failure he politicised this crisis and these desperate refugees to do it."


Germany facing bleak 2022 as it lags behind UK

Incoming Chancellor Olaf Scholz has been warned Germany faces a bleak 2022 with the country slipping behind other major economies including Brexit Britain.

Hans-Olaf Henkel, former president of the German Federation of Industries (BDI), told “Compared with the 10 year average, Germany lacks more than 10 percent, far more than the industrial production of the rest of the world and the rest of the EU.”


Hans-Olaf Henkel

Hans-Olaf Henkel (Image: Getty)

Lord Adonis leads calls to rejoin EU after shock Brexit poll

Lord Adonis has renewed calls to rejoin the EU after a YouGov poll found 52 percent of respondents thought Brexit has gone badly since the end of the transition period on January 1, 2020. Just 18 percent thought it had gone well while 20 percent said neither well nor badly and 10 percent said they didn't know.

YouGov surveyed 7,057 GB adults on November 26, 2021

Brexiteer issues damning verdict on EU 'superstate' plan

Former MEP Richard Tice has issued a damning verdict on reports Germany will back a plan for a 'United States of Europe' plan.

Taking to Twitter following the news, Mr Tice, who is leader of the Reform Party, told his 109.4k followers: "Thank God Brexit happened when it did, as new German leaders want deeper EU federal state. Everything we feared."

UK fishing boss erupts at 'highly belligerent' France in licence war

Barrie Deas, chief executive of the National Federation of Fishermen's Organisations (NFFO), the trade organisation representing British fishermen in relation to European fishing regulations, has been left furious by France's conduct in the ongoing row.

He told "There seems to be many points of friction currently between France and the UK.

"The licensing issue is something that should be resolved at the technical level.

"That it was escalated by highly belligerent language from France owes much to French domestic politics and that the French seem to have convinced themselves that the TCA (Trade and Cooperation Agreement) represents the status quo, when it does not."


Boris Johnson could follow huge five-point route to rip up hated EU deal

Catherine Barnard, professor of European & Employment Law at the University of Cambridge, said the UK could terminate five key elements of Northern Ireland Protocol when deciding to invoke Article 16.

When asked what short and long-term impact the triggering of Article 16 could have, she told "In the short term, none at all because there is a process of consultation which has to be gone through which will last a month.

"In the medium term, it depends on what the UK decides to do."


Fears Sturgeon could exploit Lord Frost's Brexit talks for IndyRef2

The DUP's Sammy Wilson has warned Nicola Sturgeon will be keeping a close eye on how negotiations over Northern Ireland in the Brexit deal are progressing.

Mr Wilson added Boris Johnson should trigger Article 16 of the Northern Ireland Protocol to stop the SNP launching IndyRef2.

He warned if Lord Frost caved on his red lines in negotiations with the EU, separatists such as Ms Sturgeon would use it as a push for Scottish independence.

He told "If he's prepared to cut Northern Ireland loose, then I think Scottish nationalists will work on the basis of what do we have to do to make him come to the conclusion 'they're too much trouble, how do we get rid of them too'."


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Nicola Sturgeon continues to push for Scottish independence (Image: Getty)

Emmanuel Macron hits out at Boris Johnson's letter

French President Emmanuel Macron has reacted furiously to Boris Johnson's letter outlining five proposals in response to the ongoing crisis of migrants making the dangerous Channel crossing.

Mr Macron criticised the Prime Minister for the way the letter had been communicated as “not serious”, after Mr Johnson published a copy on Twitter.

Mr Macron said: "I am surprised by methods when they are not serious. One leader does not communicate with another on these questions on Twitter, by public letter.”

Thriving Britain secures £766billion in trade from 70 nations

Minister for International Trade, Ranil Jayawardena revealed the UK has secured trade deals with 70 countries worth £766 billion.

Mr Jayawardena said: "No other nation has secured so many trade deals with so many of its counterparts in such a short space of time. And this is just the beginning."

He added the UK resolved a total of 217 trade barriers across 74 countries, a jump of 20 percent on last year, and also begun paving the way for accession to a mega trade deal known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

The partnership had a combined GDP well in excess of £8trillion last year.

Mr Jayawardena also told the Telegraph: "All too often, the negative angle taken about our leaving the European Union can feel pessimistic, particularly for those of us who see it as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to regain our nation’s sovereignty."