The justice secretary is reportedly devising a "mechanism" to allow the government to introduce ad hoc legislation to "correct" court judgements that ministers believe are "incorrect".
It stated that the prime minister and Lord Frost want to use tensions with France to keep Brexit alive as an issue in British politics.
No region, social class or age group thinks Brexit would benefit them financially.
“Do I blame the police? They’ve got a job to do, they’re under-resourced, I guess," a Tory MP has said.
"That is why we are bringing the Nationality and Borders Bill forward, that is why we’re bringing legislation forward, that is why Border Force have new powers and will have new powers in terms of returning boats or pushing back, but also intercepting at sea, all within the law," Patel has insisted.
Meanwhile, Europe has proposed to help the UK cut the red tape it had agreed to - amid threats and demands from Britain.
Today, the Mail on Sunday columnist has urged Labour to acknowledge "honest" and "decent" Tories - but days after the 2016 EU referendum, he had some strong words about former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
It comes after Robert Peston published a statement from Matt Hancock about the reason why the MP lost his United Nations job days after getting it.
She said comments MPs receive are “cruel and relentless”.