German chancellor classes Britain alongside China and US.
There is a fundamental problem with getting to grips with EU Defence integration. So much is happening, on many different fronts, it creates a confusing cacophony. It’s important that we get our facts squared away. Brussels is not on the very cusp of tomorrow generating a vast standing army as we would recognise it, with […]
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The below is co-authored by Professor Keith Lewis, a Director of Sciovis. Sir Paul Nurse has regularly written and appeared on the BBC describing what a disaster it will be for British science when we leave the EU and that this would clearly be worse if we exited without a deal. Amongst his reasons is […]
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There are only a few more days of campaigning left in the Canadian general election, with a strictly managed campaign period of 36 days culminating next Monday with the country going to the polls. This might seem a far distance from Brexit, where deadlock and delays have led to a seemingly never-ending saga. However, with […]
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Negotiators are still trying to find agreement on how to avoid a hard border between Northern Ireland and Ireland, diplomats say.
Guido hears that Lee Rowley and Sarah Newton will be the Tory MPs delivering the traditional Loyal Address tomorrow, which open the Commons’ State Opening debate. The Loyal Addresses are traditionally funny… Rowley is a Labour-defeating, son-of-a-milkman sound Thatcherite Brexiteer; while Newton is a Lib Dem-facing South-Western MP, who will provide a softer touch. The […]
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The first novel I remember reading is “The Hitch-Hiker’s Guide To The Galaxy”, shortly after it came out in 1979. I was 12, and it had a huge and lasting effect on me – it was the first thing that made me want to be a writer, an…
“Scotland’s best interests depend on being independent and in charge of our own future.”
“It very much seems that the lady in question wants to start co-operating with the investigations.”
“She explains that she has been “on a journey” – and has come round to the idea of a public vote.
He described the proposed Customs Partnership at the time as “completely cretinous”, “impractical”, “bureaucratic” and “a betrayal of common sense”.
“The country deserves a better choice for Downing Street than either him or Boris Johnson,” she says.
“The first thing to do is to have that election – let the people have their say, and then move forwards from there.”
Interviewing Priti Patel this morning, Andrew Marr began reading out a letter sent from major industry players to the Government on a potential no-deal Brexit. Whilst reading the letter out, Marr looked up and accused Patel of ‘laughing’ – even though she clearly was not. Immediately Twitter jumped on the clip, attacking the Home Secretary […]
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“The Labour position is that we would take this to a public vote under a Labour Government.”
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Bear this in mind when the Lib Dems begin their spinning operation on election night…
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A clear split between Corbyn and McDonnell…
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A discussion on how to deal with the past was held as part of a concluding reflection on the Holywell Trust’s series of Forward Together podcasts. The panel was author Julieann Campbell, the commentator Denis Bradley (who was co-chair of the Consultative Group on the Past and former deputy chair of the Northern Ireland Policing Board) and Maureen Hetherington of the Junction, plus myself as the person who conducted the interviews for the 35 podcasts. This podcast also includes a … Read more
Johnson will make his last-ditch push for a deal this week… A source familiar with the conversations between Johnson’s Brexit… Read more »
If it happens, he must not just win but keep the backing of the DUP, Spartans, Labour rebels and as many of the whipless 21 as he can – and stave off a referendum too.
We must propose our own ambitious, market-based policies for decarbonisation and nature restoration.