Showdown in the United Kingdom. PM Johnson versus parliament; deal versus no deal. The Brexit endgame has begun. Our guests: Friedrich Thelen (political adviser), Jon Worth (blogger), Alex Forrest Whiting (DW)
Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn has accused Prime Minister Boris Johnson of using Brexit to privatize the UK's free health care service. His comments come as the political parties kick off their election campaigns.
The UK was due to leave the EU on October 31 with "no ifs or buts," according to Boris Johnson. With the deadline expiring, anti-Brexit activists mocked the leader for failing to deliver on his strongly worded pledges.
The Brexit Party is ready to help the Tories win a majority if UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson bins his divorce deal with the EU, Nigel Farage has said. Farage offered a "non-aggression pact" to avoid splitting the vote.
The Brexit Party will not run for parliamentary seats currently held by Tory lawmakers, Nigel Farage said, reversing his previous position. The move is a major boost for conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
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