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Labour: ‘Brexit means Brexit matter unwise’

Labour: ‘Brexit means Brexit matter unwise’

As a House of Lords debates a government’s Brexit bill, Baroness Smith of Basildon criticises a doubt caused by the “Brexit means Brexit” position.

Brexit bill: Theresa May doesn’t wish ‘hold up’ by peers

Brexit bill: Theresa May doesn’t wish ‘hold up’ by peers

Prime Minister Theresa May says she hopes peers will not check a calendar to start Britain’s withdrawal from a European Union. The House of Lords is debating a government’s Brexit bill, that has perceived a subsidy of MPs.

Tory personality says peers should not ‘re-run’ EU referendum

Tory personality says peers should not ‘re-run’ EU referendum

Peers should not use a Brexit check to “rerun” a referendum, a Conservative personality of a House of Lords has said. Baroness Evans pronounced a second reading of a check in a House of Lords was “not a place to figure a terms of the exit”.

‘No reason to fear’ Vauxhall pursuit losses, Clark says

‘No reason to fear’ Vauxhall pursuit losses, Clark says

Image copyright PA Image caption Greg Clark answers MPs questions in Parliament The business secretary, Greg Clark, has told MPs that Vauxhall workers in Luton and Ellesmere Port have no reason to fear for their jobs. His declaration came as he answered questions about a probable takeover of General Motors’ European operations, including Vauxhall, by […]

Tory MP Bob Neill says business rate concerns genuine

Tory MP Bob Neill says business rate concerns genuine

Image copyright Getty Images Critics of a government’s designed changes to business rates are lifting “genuine” concerns, a former internal supervision apportion says. Bob Neill was vocalization after ministers claimed there had been a “relentless debate of distortions and half-truths” about a move. The changes come into force on 1 Apr as a outcome of […]

Donald Trump: MPs strife over UK state visit

Donald Trump: MPs strife over UK state visit

Image copyright Reuters Image caption The primary apportion announced a state revisit during a outing to Washington to accommodate a US president MPs have clashed over either Donald Trump should be given a state revisit to a UK in a packaged Westminster debate. Protesters collected outward as Labour’s Paul Flynn pronounced it would be “terribly […]

On a debate route in Stoke-on-Trent Central

On a debate route in Stoke-on-Trent Central

This week sees a by-election in Stoke-on-Trent Central, where Labour are fortifying a 5,179 infancy over UKIP. Adam Fleming reports from a debate route for a Daily Politics.

Jonathan Marcus

Jonathan Marcus

Image copyright Handout Image caption Germany’s Angela Merkel, seen here with US Vice-President Mike Pence, asked in a discuss either countries would lapse to “parochial policies” The Munich Security Conference is during one and a same time an annual jamboree for comparison officials and think-tankers and a place where former officials and corporate movers-and-shakers accommodate […]

Labour Party expels NI member for station in choosing on opposite ticket

Labour Party expels NI member for station in choosing on opposite ticket

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Labour has pronounced if a member is found to support or be a member of another domestic party, they face involuntary exclusion A member of a Labour Party in Northern Ireland (LPNI) has been diminished by a party’s statute executive for station on a opposite sheet in a public […]

Neil McEvoy tribunal: Plaid discussion strife sparks row

Neil McEvoy tribunal: Plaid discussion strife sparks row

Image caption Neil McEvoy is confronting allegations that he has brought Cardiff legislature into disrepute The scheduling of a judiciary into a poise of a Plaid Cymru AM during a same time as his party’s discussion gives a coming of domestic interference, a party’s arch executive has said. Gareth Clubb called for Neil McEvoy’s Adjudication […]

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