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Brexit Must Lead To New British Constitution: Republic

Campaigners have said Britain now risks a collapse in confidence in our political system, and have called for wide-ranging changes to Britain’s constitution following the Article 50 ruling. Campaign group Republic has said that the ruling highlights need to clarify the powers of the government, parliament and people – in a new written constitution. Graham

Tony Blair – There Needs To Be A Second Referendum Nissan Shows This

Nissan must have been given “very strong assurances” on access to the single market before boosting its UK car production, Tony Blair suggested. Mr Blair said he welcomed the deal secured by the Government, adding: “I know the leadership at Nissan, I’m absolutely sure they would not have made this commitment unless they received very strong assurances

Food Security And Brexit: How The CAP Began

In a new briefing paper, ‘Food, the UK and the EU: Brexit or Bremain?‘, Tim Lang and Victoria Schoen argue that post-Brexit the food world “will be characterised by volatility, disruption and uncertainty”, as the cost of imports will rise if sterling falls. They also discuss the urgent need for continued reform of the Common Agricultural Policy.

The Brexiteers’ exit plan: legally dubious, unfeasible and likely to antagonise our neighbours

Last week Vote Leave laid out its plans for a divorce and a future relationship with the EU. It argued that if voters decided to end UK’s membership of the EU, the UK would negotiate a “friendly deal” with European partners by the next general election in 2020. But this post-referendum roadmap does not hold water, argue Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska and

City of London beware: the perils of leaving the single market

Exiting the Single European Market would involve a profound adjustment to the UK’s economic relations with the EU and the rest of the world. This will likely prompt major, long-term changes to the structure of the UK economy. What might be the result? Steve Coulter predicts the City of London will initially suffer most, despite our

Cameron: The Man Who Broke Britain

This is a reprinted article by Phil Burton-Cartledge One man is responsible for today’s fiasco, and that is the Prime Minister. Or, thankfully, the soon-to-be-ex-Prime Minister. Dave joins Neville Chamberlain and Anthony Eden – coincidentally Tories too – in the hall of notorious failures. For his political vanity, for narrow party advantage over a hard right

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