Subscribe to our daily news briefing

Sign up today to receive exclusive insight

Latest Brexit News

Saturday

22


Brexit News for Saturday 22 July

Michael Gove promises a 'Green Brexit'


Friday

21


Brexit News for Friday 21 July

Davis calls for EU 'flexibility' as Brexit talks end


Thursday

20


Brexit News for Thursday 20th July

UK and EU conclude first full round of Brexit talks today with British negotiators "confident" they have EU "where they want it"


Wednesday

19


Brexit News for Wednesday 19th July

UK holds out on EU's Brexit bill demands as negotiations continue


Tuesday

18


Brexit News for Tuesday 18 July

Second Round begins as Davis prioritises a deal on citizens’ rights


Monday

17


Brexit News for Monday 17 July

David Davis urges both sides to "get down to business" as Brexit talks resume


Brexit News Archive >


Follow BrexitCentral on Twitter

Support BrexitCentral

Support BrexitCentral today; your one-stop shop for news, analysis, comment and insight about the single biggest issue on the government's agenda. We are entirely dependent on private donations so you are directly contributing towards the strength of our campaign.

Click here to donate to BrexitCentral today

BrexitCentral podcast

BrexitCentral's podcast series features a diverse mix of comment and analysis from a wide range of politicians, commentators and experts on all of the latest Brexit-related topics.

Click here to listen to our latest podcast


Latest Videos

Quoted Elsewhere



Our Mission

Promoting a positive and optimistic vision of Britain after Brexit

BrexitCentral is here to provide an online home for all wanting to follow the twists and turns of our departure from the EU and hold the government to carrying out the instructions of the British public. We are committed to bringing specialist coverage for everyone in the UK and beyond who wants to understand and make a success of Brexit. We believe that the vote to reject the costs and bureaucracy of the EU and take back control over our laws and our cash was a positive move and we remain unapologetically optimistic about Britain’s future as an independent, free-trading, global-facing sovereign nation.

Learn More