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      Osborne joins with investment banks to reiterate commitment to City of London despite Brexit
      Jul08

      Osborne joins with investment banks to reiterate commitment to City of London despite Brexit

      Osborne joins with investment banks to reiterate commitment to City of London despite BrexitIn a joint statement released yesterday, Chancellor George Osborne and the heads of six large investment banks pledged to “work together” to meet the “economic challenges” presented by the UK’s vote to leave the EU. They noted that the UK has “one of...

      Gove and Leadsom declare Tory leadership bids as poll finds May would beat Johnson among party members
      Jun30

      Gove and Leadsom declare Tory leadership bids as poll finds May would beat Johnson among party members

      Gove and Leadsom declare Tory leadership bids as poll finds May would beat Johnson among party membersA number of Conservative MPs have today formally announced they are standing for the leadership of the party including Energy Minister Andrea Leadsom, Justice Secretary Michael Gove and former Defence Secretary Liam Fox, all of whom backed...

      Polls still neck and neck as campaigns make final pitches to the electorate
      Jun22

      Polls still neck and neck as campaigns make final pitches to the electorate

      Polls still neck and neck as campaigns make final pitches to the electorateThe BBC last night hosted an EU referendum debate at Wembley Arena. A YouGov poll following the debate found that 39% believed Leave won, with 34% saying Remain won. When asked how they would vote, 41% said Remain and 40% Leave. Ruth Davidson MSP, arguing for the Remain...

      Polls swing to Leave as The Sun calls on readers to back Brexit
      Jun14

      Polls swing to Leave as The Sun calls on readers to back Brexit

      Polls swing to Leave as The Sun calls on readers to back BrexitIn a front page editorial under the headline “BeLeave in Britain”, The Sun urges its readers to back Brexit and argues that staying in the EU would be “worse for immigration, worse for jobs, worse for wages and worse for our way of life.” It said that outside the EU, the UK could...

      Party colleagues trade personal barbs in ITV referendum debate ahead of final two weeks of campaign
      Jun10

      Party colleagues trade personal barbs in ITV referendum debate ahead of final two weeks of campaign

      Party colleagues trade personal barbs in ITV referendum debate ahead of final two weeks of campaignITV last night hosted an EU referendum debate with Conservative MPs Boris Johnson and Andrea Leadsom along with Labour MP Gisela Stuart arguing for Leave, against Conservative MP Amber Rudd, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Shadow First...

      Corbyn re-enters referendum fray with warning that ‘Tory Brexit’ would spell disaster for workplace rights and pledge to veto TTIP if elected PM
      Jun02

      Corbyn re-enters referendum fray with warning that ‘Tory Brexit’ would spell disaster for workplace rights and pledge to veto TTIP if elected PM

      Corbyn re-enters referendum fray with warning that ‘Tory Brexit’ would spell disaster for workplace rights and pledge to veto TTIP if elected PMLabour leader Jeremy Corbyn has today re-entered the EU referendum debate with his second major speech of the campaign, in which he argued for a Remain vote on the basis that, “a vote to leave means...

      Leading Vote Leave figures pledge to set-up “genuine Australian-style points based immigration system” by 2020
      Jun01

      Leading Vote Leave figures pledge to set-up “genuine Australian-style points based immigration system” by 2020

      Leading Vote Leave figures pledge to set-up “genuine Australian-style points based immigration system” by 2020In a statement released last night, Vote Leave campaigners Michael Gove, Boris Johnson, Priti Patel and Gisela Stuart said, “We want Britain to continue to benefit from migration. But if we are to welcome more people to Britain then the...

      FT: France will want to send “punitive message” event of Brexit although Germany is wary of an aggressive approach
      May27

      FT: France will want to send “punitive message” event of Brexit although Germany is wary of an aggressive approach

      FT: France will want to send “punitive message” event of Brexit although Germany is wary of an aggressive approachThe Financial Times reports that discussions between EU governments over a ‘Plan B’ in the event of a vote to leave in the UK referendum have been stepped up. The French are reportedly keen to send a punitive message to Britain...

      Former Tory Cabinet Ministers force Government to accept amendment demanding NHS protected from US trade deal
      May20

      Former Tory Cabinet Ministers force Government to accept amendment demanding NHS protected from US trade deal

      Former Tory Cabinet Ministers force Government to accept amendment demanding NHS protected from US trade dealThe Government has declared it is happy to sign up to a cross-party move to exclude the NHS from the terms of TTIP, the EU-US trade deal currently being negotiated. More than 25 Conservative MPs, including former cabinet ministers Peter...

      Leave camp condemns “uncontrolled migration” as number of EU workers in UK reaches new record-high
      May19

      Leave camp condemns “uncontrolled migration” as number of EU workers in UK reaches new record-high

      Leave camp condemns “uncontrolled migration” as number of EU workers in UK reaches new record-highThe number of EU migrants working in Britain rose by a record-high 250,000 to reach over 2.2 million last year according to official figures from the Office for National Statistics. EU-born workers from Spain, Portugal, Italy and France rose 22% from...

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