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Boris Johnson told David Cameron he thought Brexit would be crushed 

boris johnson told david cameron he thought brexit would be crushed 
Many refuse to believe Boris was an Outer, because much of his argument seems to be that voting Leave need not mean leaving, but another opportunity to renegotiate better terms.
MailOnline

George Osborne mocks Boris Johnson and gives clear hint he wants to lead Tories one day


Telegraph.co.uk

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News video: European Parliament head Martin Schulz warns UK 'no a la carte' Brexit menu

European Parliament head Martin Schulz warns UK 'no a la carte' Brexit menu 01:00

The president of the European Parliament has warned the UK it can’t pick and choose which parts of the Single Market it wants to keep when it comes to future Brexit negotiations. Reaffirming the..
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News video: UK recasts itself on world stage

UK recasts itself on world stage 02:38

A round-up of the week's Brexit news
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News video: Brexit Is In Limbo

Brexit Is In Limbo 00:37

The frenzy over the European Union Brexit has died down but there still remains a great deal of confusion. Investors are eager for simple clarity. Formal 'divorce papers' have not been sent..
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News video: Downing Street refuses to back up Boris's Brexit claim

Downing Street refuses to back up Boris's Brexit claim 01:02

Downing Street has refused to back up Boris Johnson’s claim that Brexit negotiations could begin “by the early part of next year” and may not take a full two years to complete. The UK Foreign..
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News video: Article 50 Trigger Continues to Weigh on U.K. Companies

Article 50 Trigger Continues to Weigh on U.K. Companies 04:07

September 23 -- Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said the U.K. government is leaning toward triggering formal talks on leaving the European Union in the early part of next year. "The expectation is by..
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Germany, France hit back at Boris Johnson's 'baloney' jibe

BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany and France brushed aside comments from British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson suggesting there was no link between the EU's principle of free movement and access to its..
Reuters

BoJo knocks sterling's mojo

Sterling has drifted against the euro and the dollar today, as currency analysts blame foreign secretary Boris Johnson for spilling the beans on the government's latest Brexit plans. The pound was..
City A.M.

Theresa May stamps her authority on Brexit plans after Boris Johnson strays from the script

The Foreign Secretary had predicted Britain could leave the bloc by the end of 2018
Independent

The morning news headlines: Theresa May: Troops must be protected from legal system abuse; PM distances herself from Boris Johnson's Brexit lifeline

the morning news headlines: theresa may: troops must be protected from legal system abuse; pm distances herself from boris johnson's brexit lifeline
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Wales Online

Johnson: Brexit talks 'probably' to begin in early 2017

johnson: brexit talks 'probably' to begin in early 2017
The UK will "probably" begin formal negotiations to leave the European Union early in 2017, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson tells the BBC.
BBC News

Britain could leave the EU in under two years in fast-track deal, says Boris Johnson as he rejects claims that the Government has no plan for Brexit 

britain could leave the eu in under two years in fast-track deal, says boris johnson as he rejects claims that the government has no plan for brexit 
Boris Johnson, pictured speaking in New York after the UN summit, said the Government will trigger Article 50 - the formal process for cutting ties with Brussels - early next year.
MailOnline

Boris: Brexit talks don't need to take two years

Foreign secretary Boris Johnson has suggested the UK could leave the European Union faster than anticipated. Speaking to Sky News, Johnson said Theresa May would be ready to trigger formal..
City A.M.

Boris Johnson: Government working towards triggering Article 50 in early 2017

boris johnson: government working towards triggering article 50 in early 2017
The Government expects to begin formal talks for Britain to leave the European Union by "the early part of next year", Boris Johnson has said.
Belfast Telegraph

UK may not need two years to get EU divorce deal: foreign minister

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will start the formal divorce procedure to leave the European Union early next year and may not need two years to negotiate a deal, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on..
Reuters

Boris Johnson says he believes Article 50 will be invoked early next year

The Foreign Secretary supported the Brexit campaign
Independent

Foreign Office minister Alan Duncan insults boss Boris Johnson as he claims he never wanted Brexit 


Telegraph.co.uk

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