Downing Street planning to delaying the implementation of the Internal Market Bill till December.

EU launch another public threat towards the UK, while pushing their failed level playing field card once again.

Brexiteer Brendan Chilton hits back saying: “The withdrawal agreement was nonsense”

FINALLY THE MESSAGE HAS LANDED – Mr Singham states EU has backed down, after previously demanding the UK adhere to its state aid rules.

EU – UK: Trade deal only an option, if the Internal Market Bill is removed.

EXPOSED – French Europe Minister attempts to force a deliberate split in the Conservative Party, using the Internal Market Bill as the weapon.

EU Commission Vice President delivers Britain an ULTIMATUM: “ We will not be renegotiating.” “Nothing more, nothing less.”

New European Commission Vice President states No Deal is a real possibility.

Theresa May does the bidding for the EU in Parliament after scathing remarks against Boris Johnson and the Internal Market Bill.

Another attempted power grab by the EU, this time they want control over the Channel Tunnel.

SHOCKING – Ben Habib states UK negotiator David Frost offered the EU 50% Quota on fish in UK waters.

Former Brexit Party MEP Ben Habib said Boris should bin the Withdrawal Agreement as it was constructed under “DURESS” to benefit the EU.

A report by an ex diplomat suggests “Brandon Lewis made his remarks about breaking international law on instructions from someone else.” “Possibly Barnier or Merkel”

EU Commission Chief – “With every day that passes, the chances of a timely agreement do start to fade,”

UNBELIEVABLE – US Democrat Nancy Pelosi threatens Britain with “No US trade deal” if we do not stand by our International agreements.

Brexiteer Kate Hoey – Any MP who votes against the Internal Market Bill doesn’t care about Northern Ireland.

BBC presenter is visibly annoyed as Brexiteer Lord Lilley unloads the truth on national TV about the EU.

Iain Duncan Smith – “We can not go on allowing the EU to bullying us in these negotiations.”

EU demands Boris to pull the Internal Market Bill as they now threaten to take aim on London’s Euro trade.

Boris stood firm, backing the United Kingdom and won last nights Internal Market Bill vote.