News - People's Vote

Wilson – We need clarity about Brexit destination not tweaks to the political declaration

Jeremy Corbyn has written to the Prime Minister setting out his five demands on Brexit.

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Smith – Thornberry “right” to support Article 50 extension

The Shadow Foreign Secretary, Emily Thornberry, today endorsed the idea of an extension to the Article 50 process.

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Bradshaw – ‘Malthouse Compromise’ not surviving contact with reality

In her speech in Belfast yesterday, the Prime Minister appeared to pour cold water on the so-called ‘Malthouse Compromise’ Brexit proposal, by making it clear she is not seeking to remove the Northern Ireland backstop from her Brexit deal.

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Murray – Reported ban on Grayling latest Brexit fiasco

Commenting on reports Chris Grayling has been banned from Calais because of his approach to Brexit, Ian Murray MP, leading supporter of the People’s Vote campaign, stated:

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Bebb – PM’s speech in Belfast shows she’s just “going through the motions with the EU”

The Prime Minister spoke in Belfast today, in an attempt to reassure Northern Ireland businesses of her commitment to ensuring no return to a hard border on the island of Ireland.

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Murray – PMI fall shows risks of blindfold Brexit

The service sector purchasing managers’ index (PMI) fell to just about 50 last month according to figures released this morning (Tuesday).

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McMorrin – Backstop or no Backstop, Brexit is bad for Northern Ireland

The Prime Minister is in Northern Ireland today, focusing on her plans to tear up her own Brexit deal.

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Phillipson – Government should be begging forgiveness for its broken promises on Brexit

The Government have briefed that they intend to take £60 million off Nissan, supposedly because the car manufacturer has broken its promises about investment in Britain after Brexit.

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Bebb – Malthouse Compromise is a choice between a unicorn and a pig in lipstick

Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay is hosting meetings with Conservative backbenchers to discuss the so-called Malthouse Compromise plan to rip-up the Withdrawal Agreement.

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Brexit Transfer Fee Hike Costs Premier League Clubs more than £20 million in January

Football fans will end up footing the bill for a £20 million hike in club transfer fees in January caused by Brexit.  

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Department for International Trade estimates £35 billion loss of future free trade benefits to UK economy under Government’s Brexit plan

New analysis of Department for International Trade impact assessments by the People’s Vote campaign has identified a £35 billion loss of future trade benefits to the UK.

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Cable - EU trade deal with Japan took years to negotiate but British business might only enjoy benefits for a few weeks

On Friday 1 February a new trade deal between the European Union and Japan comes into force giving businesses in EU countries access to the world’s biggest open trade zone.

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