1. Majority of Britons support 'Brexit by any means': poll  Reuters
  2. Boris Johnson strikes fear into Ireland: Irish consumers hit by BORIS BLUES – shock study  Express.co.uk
  3. No 10 expects rebel move against no-deal Brexit on 9 September  The Guardian
  4. Boris Johnson talks tough but still hasn’t said what he’s doing to get a Brexit deal  The Guardian
  5. Have Britain’s Remainers Blown Their Last Chance?  Bloomberg
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A majority of Britons believe Prime Minister Boris Johnson must take Britain out of the European Union "by any means", even if that involves suspending parliament, an opinion poll conducted for the Daily Telegraph said on Monday.A majority of Britons believe Prime Minister Boris Johnson must take Britain out...

Majority of Britons support 'Brexit by any means': poll - Reuters

If a no-deal scenario does come to pass on Oct. 31, it is unclear what the EU’s full scope of measures may beIf a no-deal scenario does come to pass on Oct. 31, it is unclear what the EU’s full scope of measures may be

Opinion: No-deal Brexit banter hits U.K. economy, hinting at challenges to come - The Globe and Mail

IRELAND is suffering from the “Boris Blues” as the Prime Minister pushes on with his pledge to deliver Brexit – with or without a deal – by October 31, a shock study has revealed. IRELAND is suffering from the “Boris Blues” as the Prime Minister pushes on with his pledge to deliver Brexit – with or without a deal – by October 31, a shock study has revealed.

Ireland hit by 'BORIS BLUES': Consumers fear looming no-deal Brexit | World | News | Express.co.uk

“‘Taking back control’ did not mean shutting down Parliament to force through a no deal Brexit. The legal petition, to which I am a petitioner, to stop this has been granted permission to proceed. The court will meet tomorrow to determine the timetabling. https://t.co/WI3ottTZYr”

Ian Murray on Twitter: "‘Taking back control’ did not mean shutting down Parliament to force through a no deal Brexit. The legal petition, to which I am a petitioner, to stop this has been granted permission to proceed. The court will meet tomorrow to determine the timetabling. https://t.co/WI3ottTZYr"

“A court could soon rule Boris Johnson's no-deal Brexit threat to shut down parliament illegal (via @AdamBienkov) https://t.co/hJv2bz5ED8”

Jo Maugham QC on Twitter: "A court could soon rule Boris Johnson's no-deal Brexit threat to shut down parliament illegal (via @AdamBienkov) https://t.co/hJv2bz5ED8"

“The Independent Republic returns at 10am @talkRADIO with more good news for @BorisJohnson - the Americans are backing #NoDeal and he’s got more reforms to make. Plus we’re talking #ClimateChange and the Bill Gates plan to save the world. Listen here: https://t.co/MJQdb936e5”

Mike Graham 🍾 on Twitter: "The Independent Republic returns at 10am @talkRADIO with more good news for @BorisJohnson - the Americans are backing #NoDeal and he’s got more reforms to make. Plus we’re talking #ClimateChange and the Bill Gates plan to save the world. Listen here: https://t.co/MJQdb936e5… https://t.co/n669ozpLSa"

“Great reception for our Prime Minister @BorisJohnson in Leeds today. @number10gov”

Andrea Jenkyns MP on Twitter: "Great reception for our Prime Minister @BorisJohnson in Leeds today. @number10gov… "

Ministers have been accused of talking tough on crime in a bid to win votes while ignoring evidence-based solutions after the government announced a £100m crackdown on criminal activity behind bars. Announcing the new funding on Monday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said it would bring in tough airport-style security in jails, including X-ray scanners and metal detectors, toMinisters have been accused of talking tough on crime in a bid to win votes while ignoring evidence-based solutions after the government announced a £100m crackdown on criminal activity behind bars.

Boris Johnson ‘failing to tackle causes of crime’ as he announces £100m crackdown on prison violence | The Independent

A legal challenge to stop Boris Johnson forcing through a no-deal Brexit by suspending parliament has been allowed to proceed by the courts.The petition, backed by more than 70 MPs and peers and filed at the Court of Session in Edinburgh, was granted permission to be heard by a judge. An initial heaA legal challenge to stop Boris Johnson forcing through a no-deal Brexit by suspending parliament has been allowed to proceed by the courts. The petition, backed by more than 70 MPs and peers and...

Bid to stop suspension of parliament | Scotland | The Times

Opponents of a no-deal Brexit in the U.K. parliament continue to insist they can stop Prime Minister Boris Johnson from taking Britain out of the European Union without a deal. There is “no parliamentary majority for no deal” gets repeated like a mantra.

Have Britain's remainers blown their last chance? - BNN Bloomberg

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Boris Johnson has the support of more than half of the public to deliver Brexit by any means, including suspending Parliament, according to a poll.Boris Johnson has the support of more than half of the public to deliver Brexit by any means, including suspending Parliament, according to a poll.

Boris Johnson has public's support to shut down Parliament to get Brexit over line, exclusive poll suggests

Presenting himself as a man of the people is a major gamble for this prime minister.Presenting himself as a man of the people is a major gamble for this prime minister.

Is anyone really going to buy Boris Johnson's 'people vs. the politicians' election campaign?

A new Comres poll shows 54% support Brexit by any means, even suspending Parliament, if necessary.A new Comres poll shows 54% support Brexit by any means, even suspending Parliament, if necessary.

Hello Remainers: 54% Say the Prime Minister Should Deliver Brexit by Any Means - Mish Talk

Hello Remainers: 54% Say the Prime Minister Should Deliver Brexit by Any Means

A MASSIVE “Boris bounce” has seen the Tories regain their place as the favourite party of Sun readers, a poll reveals. The Conservatives’ popularity has doubled since Boris Johnson was made PM last…

Poll reveals Tories are Sun readers’ favourite party once again thanks to Boris Johnson – The Sun

Jails in England and Wales cannot be allowed to become "factories for making bad people worse", PM says.Jails in England and Wales cannot be allowed to become "factories for making bad people worse", PM says.

Prisons: Boris Johnson pledges £100m to boost security - BBC News

In an interview with Reuters, the UK’s opposition Labour Party's Abbott noted that the following comments, when asked about a vote of no confidence inIn an interview with Reuters, the UK’s opposition Labour Party's Abbott noted that the following comments, when asked about a vote of no confidence in

UK Labour’s Abbott: ‘Who has confidence in PM Johnson’s government’

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A judge today agreed to fast track a legal challenge designed to block Boris Johnson from being able to force through a No Deal Brexit by suspending Parliament.A judge today agreed to fast track a legal challenge designed to block Boris Johnson from being able to force through a No Deal Brexit by suspending Parliament.

Brexit: Legal bid to stop No Deal to go ahead in September | Daily Mail Online