Book Review: Europe’s Brexit: EU Perspectives on Britain’s Vote to Leave edited by Tim Oliver

In Europe’s Brexit: EU Perspectives on Britain’s Vote to Leave, editor Tim Oliver brings together contributors to refocus attention from the impact of Brexit upon the UK to instead consider the perspectives of the 27 other EU countries as well as the implications for EU institutions. This is a well-written collection that will prompt readers to better understand … Read moreBook Review: Europe’s Brexit: EU Perspectives on Britain’s Vote to Leave edited by Tim Oliver

Kingsley Napley considers statutory instruments and Brexit

Many who voted for Brexit did so to ‘Take Back Control’ from the EU, but who will legislative control pass to after Exit Day and what are the possible consequences for our constitution and for all of us? In the coming months, Kingsley Napley’s Public Law team will publish a series of short comment pieces … Read moreKingsley Napley considers statutory instruments and Brexit

Full text of Theresa May’s post-Salzburg message

Here is the statement Theresa May has just delivered 24 hours after the conclusion of the Salzburg informal European Council Yesterday, I was in Salzburg for talks with European leaders. I have always said that these negotiations would be tough – and they were always bound to be toughest in the final straight. While both sides … Read moreFull text of Theresa May’s post-Salzburg message

Jeremy Corbyn must resist the calls to back a second EU referendum

The concerted effort to bounce the Labour Party into supporting a second referendum must be defeated; it is an affront to the millions who voted to Leave the EU and even greater number who want the Government and Parliament to get on with it. A second referendum by any name is a device to renege … Read moreJeremy Corbyn must resist the calls to back a second EU referendum

Blocking Brexit or backing another referendum would cost Labour at the polls

Labour’s attitude to Brexit and a second referendum could cost them 19 of their 25 most marginal seats, making a Labour government a more distant prospect. Voters want to get a move on with Brexit and are not interested in a second referendum. Global Britain recently conducted polling in the top 44 marginal Conservative constituencies … Read moreBlocking Brexit or backing another referendum would cost Labour at the polls

No-deal Brexit and the impact on patient safety

On 23 August 2018 the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Matt Hancock sent a letter to all NHS organisations, GPs, community pharmacies and other service providers as an update on the governments on-going preparations for a  no-deal Brexit scenario and what the health and care system need to consider in the lead … Read moreNo-deal Brexit and the impact on patient safety

Leave Means Leave’s ‘Save Brexit’ tour begins today

Today at the Bolton Wanderers football ground begins Leave Means Leave’s “Save Brexit Campaign”, characterised by a series of rallies across the country to remobilise the people’s army and put pressure on MPs to vote the correct way in any parliamentary divisions between now and Brexit day next year. It is tragic that we have … Read moreLeave Means Leave’s ‘Save Brexit’ tour begins today

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