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Creagh – Gove’s speech is nothing new; he should focus on protecting farmers from Brexit

Commenting on Michael Gove’s speech on agriculture and Brexit earlier today, Mary Creagh MP, leading supporter of Open Britain and Chair of the Environmental Audit Committee, said:

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Umunna – Brexit Sterling slump to blame for increase in public sector borrowing

Commenting on the increase in public sector net borrowing in June, Chuka Umunna MP, leading supporter of Open Britain, said:

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Fox vs Fox

MUST-WATCH: It's Fox vs Fox when it comes to Brexit as he can't even agree with himself on transition deal lengths & a Free Trade Agreement with the EU.

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Streeting – Government has made a welcome u-turn on Brexit transition

Commenting on reports that the Government has accepted the need for a transitional period after Brexit, Wes Streeting MP, leading supporter of Open Britain, said:

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Umunna – Fox’s position on trade is an embarrassment

Commenting on Liam Fox’s speech at the World Trade Organisation in Geneva this afternoon, and his Today Programme interview earlier, Chuka Umunna MP, leading supporter of Open Britain, said: 

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Leslie – EU and UK must both compromise to achieve deal on citizens’ rights

The role of the European Court of Justice remains a “fundamental divergence” standing in the way of an agreement on citizens’ rights post-Brexit, Michel Barnier said today in a joint press conference with David Davis to mark the end of the second round of negotiations. 

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Umunna – New report shows “catastrophic” impact of Brexit with no deal

Leaving the European Union with no deal would have “widespread, damaging and pervasive” consequences for Britain, a new report by senior academic experts finds.

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McGrory – IoD report shows Government is not talking enough to British businesses

It is clear that the Government are not doing nearly enough to minimise Brexit disruption to British businesses, the Open Britain campaign says today [Thursday], responding to a new report by one of Britain’s biggest business groups.

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Streeting – Minister admits Government’s Brexit policy to blame for fall in student numbers

Brexit and the “uncertainty” of the Government’s position on the issue is to blame for falling numbers of overseas students coming to study at British universities, a Government minister has admitted.

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Bradshaw – Latest REC report shows need for Ministers to drop the immigration target

Brexit is making the employment situation for British companies “more challenging”, the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) says today [Wednesday].

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