Channel 4
5 minutes
That would be an act of calamitous self harm for the countries of Europe and it would not be the act of a friend. Britain would not, indeed we could not accept such an approach. No deal for Britain is better than a bad deal for Britain.
BBC News 24
5 minutes
37 other countries where the side if her plans are an ambitious wish list or a fantasy. Most dramatically, if, after two years of talks, negotiation style, she and her team are willing to walk away. Britain wants to remain a good friend and neighbour to Europe. But I know there are some voices calling for a punitive deal that discourages other countries from taking the same path and punishes Britain. We could not act set -- except such an approach.
Channel 4
12 minutes
Others accused Theresa May of trying to have her cake and eat it, proving that while the speech cleared up some confusion, much about the future of Britain's relationship with the EU remains unclear. Of one thing, though, there was no doubt: the prime minister is talking tough with the rest of Europe. She threatened the EU that if they offered Britain a bad deal, it would end up being a "calamitous act of self-harm", perhaps implying the UK would respond by luring European businesses with the promise of low taxes.
BBC News 24
20 minutes
She said instead of getting a bad deal for Britain she would prefer no deal. Most people would agree with that. What she described she would do is an act of national self harm, the idea of turning our entire economy into a tax haven, bargain basement economy, where workers are not properly protected and we do not drive a living standards, that is a huge threatened and completely without a mandate.
ITV
39 minutes
To the delight of her more Brexit ministers, leaving the single market where companies bear no tariffs, she said, would save us some money. The days of making contributions to the European Union every year will end. As for the customs union, if possible, she would like to be a half member of that, but what if Europe doesn't give us the deal we want? That would be an act of self-harm for the countries of Europe, and not the act of a friend.
BBC Parliament
an hour
I will happily give way. Order. The end of the three minutes. Thank you, Madam Speaker. The hardest of hide Brexits, and what will be remembered as perhaps the biggest act of economic self flagellation ever inflicted upon our nation, that is what this is.
Sky News
an hour
That would be an act of calamitous self harm for the countries of Europe. And it would not be the act of a friend. Britain would not - indeed, we could not - accept such an approach. No deal for Britain is better than a bad deal for Britain. But some ambassadors present denied the EU wants to punish the UK.
STV
an hour
And she warned the other 27 members of the European Union not to take revenge on British voters. I know there are some voices calling for a punitive deal that punishes Britain and discourages other countries from taking the same path. That would be an act of calamitous selfharm for the countries of Europe and it would not be the act of a friend.
BBC Parliament
an hour
Control of Smoke Pollution Act Scotch. There is so much I like to say. If I make my work included by saying that I believe membership of the European Union has been good Argyll and Bute, and has been for Scotland. Our continued membership is vital to huge economic continued membership is vital to and drink sector, forestry, farming and on other seas.
BBC Parliament
2 hours
Will there are three simple reasons why leaving the EU represents an opportunity for the rural economy and let me touch on CAP to start with. Every year, UK farmers receive about £3 billion of payments from the CAP and some people act if this money is a gift bestowed upon us by Brussels.
BBC Parliament
2 hours
She also didn't give my committee any clarity over whether there would be future subs tees for farmers after we leave the EU and we would as a committee would want to see clearly defined objectives for future subsidies such as promoting biodiversity, preventing flooding and repairing peat bogs. I give way. When the Environment Secretary gave evidence to the economy she said up to a third of environmental legislation would front of our committee which is why we want a new environmental protection act passed before we leave the European Union.
BBC Parliament
2 hours
We recommended therefore that the Government should safeguard protections for Britain's wildlife in places in a new, UK environmental protection act. And I want to talk a little bit about that today. I would like to look at the issues around agriculture and we found that farmers face a triple general tee from leaving the EU and let's not forget farms and farm businesses make up 25% of all of the UK's businesses.
Sky News
2 hours
Parliament will get a vote on the final Brexit deal. But the Prime Minister had this warning. I know there are some voices calling for a punitive deal that punishes Britain and discourages other countries from taking the same path. That would be an act of calamitous self harm for the countries of Europe. And it would not be the act of a friend. Britain would not indeed, we could not, accept such an approach.
BBC News 24
3 hours
She is also going to transpose all the law of the EU into British law. That is odd because it already is British law under Acts of Parliament. If she was serious about leaving then she would put forward a bill for the repeal of the European communities act no. to continue with for pure cooperation between us and them.
BBC News 24
3 hours
She is talking about not triggering a party call 50 until much forward by two more years of negotiations and then she will ask the Parliament to vote on her deal so they could turn it down. The Council of the European Union could turn it down and we're back to square one like a game of snakes and ladders. What she said that struck me as very important was that she would negotiate a deal, when that has been voted on then repeal the act of Parliament Nexus members of the EU.
BBC Parliament
4 hours
So even if every single element of what the honourable member is proposing were right, the truth of the matter is, it's an act of deception for the House to send it into its next process, to allow him to present its Bill because the truth of the matter is, it has absolutely no chance of getting anywhere. So I make the speech, madam deputy spiker, for the simple reason that I think we could use our Friday mornings better. We should not have a system of private members Bills which mines that we completely and utterly waste our time and deceive the public about the true process of what is happening in this House.
Sky News
4 hours
It would be an act of calamitous self-harm for the countries of Europe. I am clear, no deal for Britain is better than a bad deal for Europe.
BBC Parliament
4 hours
Recent court cases have tried to apply the Human Rights Act to apply rights on a dead body but the law is unclear. To follow a theme that we have heard about today, it's about time Parliament takes control on burial issue rights or the wishes of a person who's died and their wishes. Normally these actions take place without concern and is normally done by the next of kin of the deceased.
BBC News 24
4 hours
There are some political tensions, but it is so much in the interests of both sides in this negotiation to come out with a close trading relationship, collaborating on areas of butyl interest, we are all better off with that outcome. It is not a 0-sum game. If you really want to act in its own interest, then it will give a reasonable deal to the UK as we leave.
BBC Parliament
4 hours
That's what we'll agree. for on the 23rd June. People also did not vote to wreck our environmental protections. So will the Government introduce a new Environmental Protection Act as advocated by the Environmental Audit Committee so that vital safeguards for nature are neither quietly dropped through secondary legislation, nor bargained away in this rush to be able to conclude new trade deals, for example, with the US.
BBC News 24
5 hours
It means we are decisive and markets don't like uncertainty. The hard Brexit that caused the drop in Stirling When my tweezer maker said she was a Brexit that one too whole of the UK. In dealing with these, we act in the interest of all part of the United Kingdom. As Prime Minister I take that responsibility seriously. I have also been determined from the start and that the devolved right powers are passed to the devolved administrations of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
BBC News 24
5 hours
It would be an act of huge self harm that the UK to abandon the economic model that we've had in place for so many years. It is also totally inconsistent and totally inconsistent with any meaningful commitment to worker's nights and a fairer society.
BBC News 24
5 hours
There is no mandate for reckless disregard of the model and of so much that this country stands for. The Prime Minister described that model and result as an act that we would be one of self harm that the EU.
BBC Parliament
5 hours
There is no mandate for reckless disregard of that model and of so much that this country stands for. The Prime Minister described that model, resorting to that model, as an act that would be one It is also totally inconsistent, totally inconsistent with any meaningful commitment to workers' rights and a fairer society.