Brexit: UK’s new PM accused of pursuing ‘no-deal’ - BBC News
Britain’s new Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he's ‘very confident’ a new Brexit deal can be reached with the European Union. Speaking on his first visit to Scotland as Prime Minister, he said there was scope for a new plan – but Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said she believed he was secretly pursuing a ‘dangerous’ no-deal Brexit.
Meanwhile the company which owns the car maker Vauxhall says the firm will shut its factory in the North of England if Brexit makes the site unprofitable.
BBC News at Ten’s coverage with Clive Myrie, Scotland Editor Sarah Smith, Business Editor Simon Jack, Chief Political Correspondent Vicki Young, and Coletta Smith.
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