Brexit imageBrexit
Stay current with all the latest and breaking news from Brexit, compare headlines and perspectives between news sources on stories happening today. In total, 1,063 stories have been published about Brexit which Ground News has aggregated in the past 3 months.

Media Bias Breakdown

How is the media covering Brexit?

Brexit often is covered by Right Media sources.

Top News Stories

Europe · London

Marks & Spencer shifts from town centres as online sales grow

75% Center coverage: 4 sources
Retail giant says urban locations have "lost impetus" M&S blames this on "failed local authority or government policy" 15 new stores planned over the next three years, including seven former Debenhams sites, and we expect this to build further.See the Story
Europe · Belfast

Nearly half want NI to remain part of UK, survey suggests

50% Left coverage: 4 sources
Survey found 48% of respondents supported the union - down from 54% in 2020. 63% of the 1,397 people surveyed believe a united Ireland is more likely after Brexit. Survey suggested 44% of unionists said on balance the protocol was bad for Northern Ireland, with 40% describing it as a "mixed bag"See the Story

Exclusive: Russian hackers are linked to new Brexit leak website, Google says

60% Center coverage: 5 sources
A new website published leaked emails from several leading proponents of Britain's exit from the EU. The site contends that they are part of a group of hardline pro-Brexit figures secretly calling the shots in the United Kingdom. Two victims of the leak on Wednesday confirmed that they had been targeted by hackers and blamed the Russian government.See the Story

Brexit: UK signs first US state-level trade agreement with Indiana

Coverage: 2 sources
The agreement is the first of many expected after talks on a broader post-Brexit US deal stalled.See the Story
Europe · Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland has seen ‘far more grim moments’ than protocol row, says Neal

67% Left coverage: 3 sources
Richard Neal was commenting as he arrived at Parliament Buildings in Belfast for talks with the main Stormont parties about the Northern Ireland Protocol impasse. Powersharing is on ice in the region after the DUP refused to re-establish a devolved executive following the recent election. Unionist politicians have reacted angrily to remarks by Mr Neal in Dublin on Tuesday when he claimed the protocol dispute was a manufactured issue.See the Story
Brexit · Ukraine

Borgen’s Sidse Babett Knudsen: nudity, the menopause and me

Coverage: 2 sources
Rewind a decade, before Brexit, Trump, Covid and Ukraine; before social media turned politics into a global screaming match. In 2012, the box-set middle classesSee the Story
Europe · London

Putin aimed cyberattack at me, says former MI6 chief Sir Richard Dearlove

Coverage: 2 sources
Sir Richard Dearlove revealed he had been the object of a Russian disruption operation. The former spy chief was responding to the charge that the conflict in Ukraine had not seen Russian cyber-attacks unleashed on the scale that western intelligence had previously warned of. He said: “I just think that it’s probably not been in the public domain very much. I disagree”See the Story

David Davis says growing discontent in Tory Party could see Boris Johnson ousted later this year

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Tory MP claims there is growing disaffection with the Prime Minister. But he said party leadership issues traditionally took a long time to settle. He said both Sir John Major and Theresa May remained at No10 for some time. A number of Tory MPs have called for Mr Johnson to resign.See the Story
Nancy Pelosi

'Treats us callously' Nancy Pelosi slapped down in Brexit 'snake oil' trade deal row

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
NANCY PELOSI has been slapped down in a Brexit "snake oil" trade deal row and stands accused of treating the UK "callously".See the Story

Current Breaking News Topics