Andrew Marr

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UK prime minister Theresa May: “If we were to accept passporting, we would just be a rule-taker.” Photograph: Steve Parsons/PA

Theresa May has urged the European Union to engage with what she described as her “ambitious but practical” vision of a future relationship between Br(...)

Anti-Brexit demonstrators protest  outside the Houses of Parliament, in London, England. Photograph: Jack Taylor/Getty Images

Marxism is alive and well in British politics. The irony, though, is that its strongest influence is not in Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour party. It is on the(...)

Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn, arrives to give a speech on Brexit at the National Transport Design Centre at Coventry University, Britain February 26, 2018. REUTERS/Darren Staples

“Crunch time is coming for the prime minister,” Keir Starmer, Labour’s Brexit spokesman, tells the BBC’s Andrew Marr. But, then again, when isn’t it? (...)

Gerry Adams speaks to the media after being released  in 2014 following questioning in Co Antrim in relation to the murder of Jean McConville. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Pacemaker

Declaring to the BBC’s Andrew Marr that his struggle for a united Ireland was not a failure, Gerry Adams made an implausible claim: the target had not(...)

Gerry Adams (left) with the BBC’s Andrew Marr

Brexit is “disastrous” for the people of Ireland and the North needs special stations within the European Union, Gerry Adams said on Sunday. The Sinn(...)

Former UK culture secretary Karen Bradley arriving at 10 Downing Street as prime minister Theresa May reshuffles her cabinet. Photograph: Getty Images

Former UK culture secretary Karen Bradley is to take over as new Northern Secretary. She takes up the Northern Ireland portfolio following the resign(...)

British prime minister  Theresa May is taking an upbeat stance on securing a Brexit deal, as Ireland insists the UK must stick to its commitments on keeping a soft border with the Republic. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/PA Wire

What’s going on in London - are the British pulling back from the Brexit deal last week? As of now, it seems not. David Davis, the British Brexit min(...)

Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May  visits a home near the Conservative Party’s conference in Manchester, October 2, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble

Theresa May is right. “As Conservatives,” she told the BBC’s Andrew Marr on Sunday, “the arguments that we thought we’d had and won during the 1980s a(...)

Speaking in Brighton, where Labour’s annual conference began yesterday, Jeremy Corbyn identified the European Union’s state aid rules as an obstacle. Photograph:  Leon Neal/Getty Images

Remaining in the single market permanently could prevent Labour from implementing its policies, Jeremy Corbyn has warned. Speaking in Brighton, wher(...)

Boris Johnson and Theresa May in 2016: the UK foreign secretary has said little about Brexit since the referendum. Photograph: Mark Cuthbert/UK Press via Getty

Senior ministers have accused Boris Johnson of backseat driving over Brexit after he warned against any deal that would involve paying the European Un(...)

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