Killing Eve fans in UK may have to wait months to watch season two

Series will premiere in US on BBC America, with no date set for British broadcast The long-awaited second series of the hit BBC drama Killing Eve will return to screens on Sunday night but audiences in the UK may have to wait months to watch it. The show about a MI5 officers hunt for an assassin, starring Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh, has been an enormous critical and audience success for the BBC, topping the list of nominations for this years Bafta TV awards and bent the rules and gave it 14 nominations in order to recognise the shows extraordinary success, which saw the series attract tens of millions of views from the UK on BBC iPlayer. Bizarrely, some other …

Beware the great betrayal myth. This debacle is the work of hard Brexiters | Jonathan Freedland

The true saboteurs of Theresa Mays deal came from the right, says Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedland There is no deader horse in the kingdom than the deal brokered by Theresa May. Flogged and flogged again, it harder than it sounds. Even if they somehow pull it off, MPs will have to seek an extension from the increasingly exasperated 27 countries of the EU that were leaving behind. The mood in those EU capitals is hardening, as the Brexit saga has drained any residual goodwill towards the UK. Theyve had enough, they just want us out, says one well-placed source. by the Germans, by the hidden forces of darkness who together conspired against the hardworking men and women of this country. …

Labour considers backing ‘common market 2.0’ soft Brexit

Shadow minister suggests party will whip along policy lines ahead of indicative votes Jeremy Corbyn was considering throwing Labours weight behind a voted on Monday to seize control of the parliamentary timetable to allow the House of Commons to explore whether there could be Labour MPs campaigning for a fresh referendum in the hope of article 50 and remaining in the EU. And some Labour MPs from leave-voting constituencies are likely to have worries about the lack of control over immigration. There were also concerns as to whether Labour could trust May, or any potential successor, to implement a softer Brexit if that is what parliament decides. If we can get a majority for Mays withdrawal agreement plus a customs …