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  • Comment Europe Featured Chris Leslie: Keeping our voice, vote and veto is the best deal – and it’s ours by right

    Chris Leslie: Keeping our voice, vote and veto is the best deal – and it’s ours by right

    After two-and-a-half years of tortuous negotiations that, at times, have reduced to the level of farce, the EU have this week offered us a deal. And what a deal it is: frictionless access to the world’s biggest marketplace for goods and the world’s only common market for services, free trade deal with 65 countries outside the EU with more coming on stream all the time – and a guaranteed say over any future proposals – a discount on budget contributions, access […]

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  • Comment Europe Featured “Let parliament take back control” – Corbyn’s emergency Brexit debate speech

    “Let parliament take back control” – Corbyn’s emergency Brexit debate speech

    Below is the full text of Jeremy Corbyn’s speech in the emergency Brexit debate. Mr Speaker, I beg to move, that this House has considered the Prime Minister’s unprecedented decision not to proceed with the final two days of debate and the meaningful vote despite the House’s Order of Tuesday 4 December 2018 and her failure to allow this House to express its view on the government’s deal or her proposed negotiating objectives without the agreement of this House. Mr […]

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  • Featured News Over 200 Labour councillors call on Corbyn to support a ‘people’s vote’

    Over 200 Labour councillors call on Corbyn to support a ‘people’s vote’

    Over 200 elected Labour officials have written an open letter to Jeremy Corbyn calling on him to support a ‘people’s vote’. Organised by the pressure group Labour for a People’s Vote, hundreds of Labour representatives – including councillors and assembly members – have told the Labour leader that a fresh EU referendum is “absolutely necessary”, if not “risk-free”. “An extension of Article 50 can be secured and Labour should ensure May’s deal can only be implemented if supported during a […]

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  • Featured News Opposition leaders demand Corbyn now tables no-confidence motion

    Opposition leaders demand Corbyn now tables no-confidence motion

    Leaders of the Lib Dems, Greens, Plaid Cymru and the SNP have called on Jeremy Corbyn to table a motion of no confidence in the government “at the earliest possible opportunity”. Their joint letter to Corbyn challenges him to “work with other parties in Westminster to fulfil the demands – shared by the overwhelming majority of Labour voters and members – for a People’s Vote” if the vote of no confidence is lost. The Labour leader is under pressure from […]

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  • Featured News Why Labour MPs are rowing over when to table a no-confidence motion

    Why Labour MPs are rowing over when to table a no-confidence motion

    Sign up to LabourList’s morning email for everything Labour, every weekday morning. This is the big day – oh, wait, no it isn’t. After repeatedly insisting she definitely wouldn’t delay the meaningful vote, Theresa May pulled the meaningful vote scheduled to take place today. Having admitted that her deal would have been heavily defeated in parliament, and realised she is not willing to run the risk of being toppled following such a decisive vote, the Prime Minister is now rushing around the […]

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