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Britain's PM has said he would rather “die in a ditch” than delay the UK leaving the European Union.
The British prime minister's meet-and-greet with voters didn't go well.
MPs opposed to a no-deal Brexit face a race against time to try and pass legislation before parliament is suspended. Buckle in, folks.
The £500 countdown clock Boris Johnson has bought for his office wall is ticking.
"Never mind the backstop, the buck stops here," says new prime minister.
A glorious day of sport was somehow brought back to leaving the EU.
A match made in hell? The blond leading the blond? Or a meeting of like minds, and temperaments, that the world had better get used to?
Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party is celebrating after taking almost a third of the vote at the European elections. The Liberal Democrats are also hailing their best ever European election results, taking second place with 21%. Voters appear to have signalled their anger over Brexit by deserting the main parties, with Labour holding 15% of the vote while the Conservatives are in fifth place behind the Green Party with just 9%.