Gordon Brown has said the Government is trying to “minimise the damage” by claiming Operation Yellowhammer documents set out a “worst case scenario” for a no-deal Brexit.
The Government is “still not telling the truth” about medicine and food shortages that would result in the event of a no-deal Brexit, Gordon Brown has said.
Former prime minister Gordon Brown has accused Boris Johnson of “hiding the information from the country” about the “devastating” impact of a no-deal Brexit.
Parliament should be debating the “devastating” consequences of a no-deal Brexit that could put lives at risk, instead of being suspended, former prime minister Gordon Brown has said.
Former prime minister Gordon Brown has called for a no-deal Brexit to be stopped “in its tracks” as he warned of the consequences on a visit to a Liverpool bakery.
The Prime Minister is being urged to come clean on the “potentially disastrous” risks a no-deal Brexit poses to the UK’s food supply.
Boris Johnson is “tearing the country apart” with no plan to bring people together again, former Prime Minister Gordon Brown has said.
Brexit could be avoided without the need to win a confidence vote in the House of Commons, according to Gordon Brown.
Labour former prime minister Gordon Brown has called for Parliament to order an independent inquiry into the consequences of a no-deal withdrawal from the EU.
Alastair Campbell has said the Labour Party has been “in denial” since the last election.
Gordon Brown has suggested that the Government’s response to another potential economic downturn would be “very different” from his actions during the 2008 financial crash.
Former Labour prime minister Gordon Brown has said that the UK, having previously been admired around the world for being inclusive and outward-looking, now presents a picture of division, intolerance and introversion.
Gordon Brown has accused Boris Johnson of preparing to push the British economy “off a cliff” with his determination to deliver Brexit by the end of October, “do or die”.
Boris Johnson will be the last prime minister of the UK unless there are moves to protect the union which is “hanging by a thread”, Gordon Brown has warned.
Former prime minister Gordon Brown has said Brexit and rising nationalism mean “we are in a battle for the very existence of Britain”.
Former deputy prime minister Lord Prescott has been admitted to hospital after suffering a stroke.
Britain’s last five prime ministers have gathered to pay tribute to a former cabinet secretary hailed by Theresa May as the “greatest public servant of our time”.
Senior figures from across the political spectrum have gathered at Westminster Abbey for a memorial service to celebrate the life and work of a former cabinet secretary.
Former prime minister Gordon Brown has branded the move to means-test free TV licences “the wrong decision”.
The decision over whether to continue providing free TV licences for the over-75s should not be made by the BBC, former prime minister Gordon Brown has said.
Two former prime ministers have led tributes to an ex-Aberdeen MP who passed away aged 68.