News - People's Vote

McGrory – Farage has had more comebacks than Sinatra, just without the success

Nigel Farage has announced he’s returning to frontline politics in order to challenge what he describes as Theresa May’s “fraudulent” Brexit proposal.

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Umunna - Government making no deal Brexit more likely

The Government is about to begin a series of publications on the risk of a no deal Brexit, which is actively being promoted by some Cabinet Ministers and the Brextremists in the Conservative Party. This scenario would be catastrophic for the UK. 

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Lucas – No deal, bad Brexit or blind Brexit would all be “disastrous for this country”

The Foreign Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, has said that a “messy” no-deal Brexit “would be a mistake we would regret for generations”. He later tweeted a clarification stating that, in the case of no deal, the UK “would survive and prosper”.

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Universities and students in Scotland to face Brexit ‘double-whammy’

From Edinburgh to Strathclyde, and from Aberdeen to St Andrews, Scotland prides itself on its history of providing world-class education and cutting-edge university research.

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Turley - Hugely welcome that Community back a People’s Vote

Community trade union have today become the latest organisation to back a People’s Vote on whatever deal – or no deal – Theresa May comes back with.

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HUGE SUPORT FOR PEOPLE’S VOTE IN SCOTLAND AS OPPOSITION TO BREXIT GROWS

The biggest poll of Scotland’s attitudes to Brexit since the EU referendum two years ago shows opposition to leaving has strengthened and there is now overwhelming backing for a People’s Vote on the outcome of negotiations.

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Chairmen of Stoke City FC and Burnley FC back People’s Vote on Brexit

Two Chairmen of football clubs from areas that voted heavily in favour of leaving the EU in 2016 are today calling for a People’s Vote on the final Brexit deal, due to the damage Brexit threatens to do to their clubs and domestic leagues.

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Thomas – Hunt admits no deal Brexit would mean pound dropping off a cliff

The Foreign Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, today warned that a no deal Brexit would cause a damaging hit to the value of the pound.

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Creasy – Brexit not as easy as ABC

Business Insider is reporting that the Home Office is considering processing applications from EU citizens for the proposed new post-Brexit ‘settled status’ in alphabetical order, based on the first letter of their surname, in order to try and cope with the expected massive influx in applications.

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Gavin Esler and Emma Currie to headline People’s Vote rally for Scotland

Details have been announced today of actors, writers, activists and Scottish campaigners who will speak at the rally for a People’s Vote in Edinburgh next Saturday (August 18). 

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Doughty - There are no upsides to a no deal Brexit

Reports this morning say Jacob Rees-Mogg and the ERG intend to draw up a blueprint for a ‘positive’ hard Brexit.

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Household bills in Scotland rocket due to “Brexit bump”

Shoppers in Scotland are already feeling the impact of a damaging “Brexit bump” with average household bills having soared by more than four hundred pounds a year since the 2016 EU Referendum.

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