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Grieve – Ruth Davidson is right; the Government must pursue an inclusive and moderate Brexit

Commenting on Ruth Davidson’s speech on Brexit this evening, Dominic Grieve MP, leading supporter of Open Britain, said: 

 

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Soubry – Government should voluntarily agree to putting Brexit plan before Parliament

It has been reported that a number of Conservative MPs are considering supporting Labour’s Opposition Day Debate on Wednesday, which calls for the Government to bring their plan for the upcoming negotiations with the EU to Parliament before Article 50 is invoked. The Open Britain campaign has led cross-party calls for the publication of the Government’s plans and have previously released polling showing that it is supported by three-quarters of the public and by a majority of both Leave and Remain voters.

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Anna Soubry: attacks on our independent judiciary are outrageous

Anna Soubry is absolutely right: suggesting that our judges and our judiciary would act with anything other than impartially is an outrageous claim by Brexiteers.

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Chuka Umunna: Parliament needs to be consulted on Brexit

WATCH: Chuka Umunna on Good Morning Britain this morning, making it clear why Parliament should be consulted with on Brexit

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Pat McFadden: let's do the best possible deal for jobs and services

WATCH: Labour MP & leading Open Britain supporter Pat McFadden is right to say that Brexit should not be driven by ideology, it should be driven by the best deal for the UK economy.

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Davis’s acknowledgement of financial contributions is rare dose of realism in debate

The Secretary of State for the Exiting the European Union has today said that the UK would consider making payments to the EU after it leaves to secure the best possible access to the Single Market. In answer to a question in the House of Commons from Wayne David MP, David Davis told MPs the ‘major criterion’ was getting the best access for goods and services to the Single Market and ‘if that [financial contributions] is included ... then of course we would consider it.’

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We must be careful of throwing the baby out with the bathwater on immigration

Commenting on the migration figures released this morning, Tom Brake MP, leading supporter of the Open Britain campaign, said: 

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Cross party MPs: transitional arrangement will be necessary

WATCH: leading supporters Nick Clegg, Anna Soubry and Chuka Umunna came together yesterday to present research on the importance of being in the Single Market

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Cross-party MPs warn key sectors of UK economy would be damaged if we leave the Single Market

For the first-time since the referendum, senior politicians from the three major UK parties will share a stage at an event for the Open Britain campaign where they will outline the value of the Single Market to the largest and fastest growing sectors of the economy. They will present new research to argue their case.

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Wilson – Gove promising money that doesn’t exist for the NHS and says we’ll continue to pay EU

On the Andrew Marr show this morning, leading Leave campaigner Michael Gove confirmed that he thought the UK would have to continue paying the EU through ‘legacy funds’. This is despite claiming earlier in the week, despite the OBR’s £58.7 billion Brexit bill, that all current EU funding could be spent on the NHS when we leave.

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