Vince Cable accuses Jeremy Corbyn of ‘collusion’ with Tories over Brexit Sir Vince Cable has accused Jeremy Corbyn of acting in “collusion” with the Conservatives over Brexit and said most … Continue readingVince Cable accuses Jeremy Corbyn of ‘collusion’ with Tories over Brexit
. ‘Time to make a Brexit choice’: EU’s Michel Barnier warns leaving the single market will mean ‘inevitable’ trade barriers – Mirror Online Michel Barnier has warned Theresa May leaving … Continue readingEU’s Michel Barnier warns leaving the single market will mean ‘inevitable’ trade barriers –
There is “no evidence” showing what kind of Brexit people voted for in the EU referendum, according to the first minister. Carwyn Jones said politicians were interpreting the result “according … Continue readingBrexit: Nobody know what the voters wanted, Carwyn Jones says
Posted by Vittorio Quattrone. (Written by the Chicago Tribune.) British Prime Minister Theresa May was under mounting pressure Sunday to take sides in the Conservative Party’s civil war over Brexit, … Continue readingUK’s May under pressure as Conservatives at war over Brexit
Posted by Geoff Bishop. Written by Michael Settle. BRITAIN is now in the grip of a deepening constitutional crisis which may see the unelected House of Lords blocking Theresa May’s … Continue readingUK is already in the grip of a constitutional crisis over the Brexit Bill, insists SNP’s Michael Russell
London’s Bankers Haven’t Been This Gloomy Since 2008 By Gavin Finch Updated on January 29, 2018, 10:15 AM EST Poll shows finance workers gloomiest since 2008 last quarter Nine out … Continue readingNine out of 10 firms see Brexit as risk to London’s dominance
The U.K. cannot agree its own trade deals during the Brexit transition without EU approval, the bloc’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier said Monday. At the same time, he said … Continue readingEU could not guarantee that the U.K. would continue to benefit from existing trade deals because third countries might object.
Written and Posted by Geoff Bishop. To tackle the big challenges of today, REMAIN need to work together. There is NO other way! There SHOULD only be one issue at … Continue readingRemain supporters are very often their own worst enemy
Jon Danzig details the transition of the Tory Cabinet from pro-remain to a group in favour of the hardest of Brexits. If you don’t follow Jon’s writing on his “Reasons … Continue readingThe Two-Faced Tories ruining the UK
Should I be shocked that no quantitative Brexit impact assessments were commissioned by David Davis? Is it surprising that there has been no cabinet discussion of the final trade deal? … Continue readingHas Ireland scuppered Brexit?