1. STEPHEN GLOVER: I admit it's a long shot but here is a plan which could see Brexit happen in 21 days  Daily Mail
  2. Boris Johnson to meet Leo Varadkar over Brexit compromise  The Guardian
  3. Brexit LIVE: Labour plunged into turmoil - Furious row over Boris deal risks civil war  Express.co.uk
  4. Brexit deal: Double majority could leave unionists 'trapped'  The Times
  5. Parliament set for Brexit showdown on 19 October  The Guardian
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STEPHEN GLOVER: Boris Johnson's latest Brexit proposals are imaginative. They deserve better consideration than they are getting. But it's pretty clear they are unacceptable to Brussels.STEPHEN GLOVER: Boris Johnson's latest Brexit proposals are imaginative. They deserve better consideration than they are getting. But it's pretty clear they are unacceptable to Brussels.

STEPHEN GLOVER: I admit it's a long shot but here is a plan which could see Brexit happen in 21 days | Daily Mail Online

Ex-Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt pleads with the EU to avoid a "catastrophic failure in statecraft".Ex-Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt pleads with the EU to avoid a "catastrophic failure in statecraft".

EU heading for no-deal Brexit by mistake, Jeremy Hunt warns - BBC News

POUND sterling jumped more than 0.5 percent this morning after reports the European Union was ready to offer Boris Johnson a major concession in a last-ditch attempt to revive a Brexit deal.POUND sterling jumped more than 0.5 percent this morning after reports the European Union was ready to offer Boris Johnson a major concession in a last-ditch attempt to revive a Brexit deal.

Pound to euro: Pound value chaos as sterling soars then plummets after EU proposals | City & Business | Finance | Express.co.uk

Sky Views: MPs must stop playing politics with no-deal Sky Views: MPs must stop playing politics with no-deal

Sky Views: MPs must stop playing politics with no-deal | Politics News | Sky News

​Could Boris Johnson conclude that it was in his interests to go for a Final Say vote? Listen to what he says and that would seem impossible. The prime minister is determined to leave the EU by the end of the month, “do or die”. Failing that, he seems keen as mustard to have a general election.​Could Boris Johnson conclude that it was in his interests to go for a Final Say vote? Listen to what he says and that would seem impossible. The prime minister is determined to leave the EU by the

Dominic Cummings may have just revealed why Boris Johnson could plump for a Brexit referendum | The Independent

One Nation MPs are alarmed by Boris Johnson's move to the right. They could yet follow colleagues outOne Nation MPs are alarmed by Boris Johnson's move to the right. They could yet follow colleagues out

Analysis: Tory MPs could walk out of the party if it pushes hardline no deal message | inews

What is the consent question?Boris Johnson has made the question of consent the most important reason for his rejection of the EU’s Irish backstop. He has complained that the EU’s proposals have been anti-democratic because they would not allow Northern Ireland to have a say over the laws, regulatioWhat is the consent question?Boris Johnson has made the question of consent the most important reason for his rejection of the EU’s Irish backstop. He has complained that the EU’s proposals have...

Brexit deal: Double majority could leave unionists ‘trapped’ | News | The Times

“.@BorisJohnson, what’s at stake is not winning some stupid blame game. At stake is the future of Europe and the UK as well as the security and interests of our people. You don’t want a deal, you don’t want an extension, you don’t want to revoke, quo vadis?”

Donald Tusk on Twitter: ".@BorisJohnson, what’s at stake is not winning some stupid blame game. At stake is the future of Europe and the UK as well as the security and interests of our people. You don’t want a deal, you don’t want an extension, you don’t want to revoke, quo vadis?"

“Hard to disagree - reflects the frustration across EU and the enormity of what’s at stake for us all. We remain open to finalize a fair #Brexit deal but need a UK Govt willing to work with EU to get it done. https://t.co/5tUvb6m2K4”

Simon Coveney on Twitter: "Hard to disagree - reflects the frustration across EU and the enormity of what’s at stake for us all. We remain open to finalize a fair #Brexit deal but need a UK Govt willing to work with EU to get it done.… https://t.co/Vhj7zHl5ed"

“We are not there in #Brexit talks. EU unity confirmed in @Europarl_EN #EPlenary, alongside @JunckerEU. We will remain calm, constructive, respectful. We need real, credible solutions for the island of Ireland. Finding an agreement is difficult, but still possible.”

Michel Barnier on Twitter: "We are not there in #Brexit talks. EU unity confirmed in @Europarl_EN #EPlenary, alongside @JunckerEU. We will remain calm, constructive, respectful. We need real, credible solutions for the island of Ireland. Finding an agreement is difficult, but still possible.… https://t.co/VFtAwkOYQh"

“We need to look after our mental health in the same way we do our physical health. That’s why we launched the #EveryMindMatters  campaign this week, giving us the tools to look after ourselves and those we love. #WorldMentalHealthDay https://t.co/c3MgMrkEUw”

Boris Johnson on Twitter: "We need to look after our mental health in the same way we do our physical health. That’s why we launched the #EveryMindMatters  campaign this week, giving us the tools to look after ourselves and those we love. #WorldMentalHealthDay… https://t.co/N3DoizGZ2z"

There’s no deal – so what next? on The Spectator | There will be no last-minute deal. The talks between the UK and the EU have effectively broken down. It…There will be no last-minute deal. The talks between the UK and the EU have effectively broken down. It isn’t that there’s no light at the end of the tunnel, it’s that there’s no tunnel at all. The…

There’s no deal – so what next? | The Spectator

The British Pound was seen treading lower in mid-week trade, with markets maintaining the view that negotiations aimed at reaching a revised Brexit deal between the EU and UK are on the verge of collapseThe British Pound was seen treading lower in mid-week trade, with markets maintaining the view that negotiations aimed at reaching a revised Brexit deal between the EU and UK are on the verge of collapse

Pound Sterling Recovers from Lows as EU and UK Continue to Negotiate

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THREE judges sitting as an appeal court in Edinburgh yesterday effectively put Prime Minister Boris Johnson on notice that he must ask the European… THREE judges sitting as an appeal court in Edinburgh yesterday effectively put Prime Minister Boris Johnson on notice that he must ask the European…

Scots legal case holding 'sword of Damocles' over Boris Johnson | The National

Jeremy Hunt has warned EU leaders to avoid making a “catastrophic failure in statecraft” over the negotiating table that will lead to a no-deal Brexit. The runner-up of July’s Tory leadership contest urged them to reach a compromise with Boris Johnson before it is too late, as the October 31 deadline looms. Mr Hunt said the bloc in the past has been guilty of misreading theJeremy Hunt has warned EU leaders to avoid making a “catastrophic failure in statecraft” over the negotiating table that will lead to a no-deal Brexit. The runner-up of July’s Tory leadership contest

Brexit news latest: Jeremy Hunt warns EU 'catastrophic failure in statecraft' will lead to no deal | London Evening Standard

It will be very difficult to secure a Brexit agreement by next week with big gaps remaining in the British position, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Tuesday following a phone call withIt will be very difficult to secure a Brexit agreement by next week with big gaps remaining in the British position, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Tuesday following a phone call with

Irish PM says very difficult to secure Brexit deal by next week - AOL

Judges delay Brexit ruling until after PM's deadline. Deadline day for Boris Johnson to seek Brexit extension if no deal agreed is October 19.Deadline day for Boris Johnson to seek Brexit extension if no deal agreed is October 19.

Judges delay Brexit ruling until after PM's deadline

A no-deal Brexit would force the UK to resume negotiations from a position of maximum weakness. A no-deal Brexit would force the UK to resume negotiations from a position of maximum weakness. 

Leader: An unserious country