The Immigration Minister explains how the Government intends to do so without imposing a hard border with the Republic of Ireland.
“After decades of declines in workplace pension saving, we are now seeing increases. We want to extend that benefit to people under the age of 22.”
“There’s still more to do, but we’re well on the road to delivering a Brexit that will make Britain strong, prosperous and secure.”
The former Attorney-General’s amendment is carried by four votes after further concessions were offered by Ministers.
“Where people have made that life choice to be here in the United Kingdom, we will support them and enable them to carry on living their lives as before.”
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If you were to spend a week living in 1997 you’d swiftly be cured of this misconception.
This is good news for people who voted Leave…[and] it’s good news for people who voted Remain.”
“This volunary trade agreement that we want to secure is very firmly in Ireland’s interest, given the nature of trade between Ireland and the whole of the UK.”
“The odds against a No Deal outcome have dropped dramatically. That’s the meaning of this week.”
“Things are moving so fast that one doesn’t know what’s going to happen next, but we’re not calling for it.”
The pro-Brexit Environment Secretary is up and about early to defend the Prime Minister – and nip any criticism from Leavers in the bud.
What the Prime Minister said at this morning’s press conference.
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What the European Commission President said at this morning’s press conference.
The Brexit Secretary under fire at the DexEU Select Committee over the Government’s preparations and his consistency.
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To the idea of leaving one part of the country behind, he replies: “No UK government would allow such a thing, let alone a Conservative and Unionist one.”