Our Executive Editor dissects Labour candidate Faiza Shaheen’s attempt to dismiss facts about the Labour leader as “hearsay”.
“Instead of allowing cartels and producer interests to raise barriers to entry, it encourages competition and allows for maximum consumer choice.”
The DexEU select commitee member and former Culture Secretary cites Stewart Jackson’s interview with this site.
The former education secretary says that “the fact that the rest of do just shows the total lack of a healing process”.
But he thinks “it’s a great pity [May] appeared to diverge with David Davis, whose white paper” sounds “sensible”.
The shadow chancellor says, however, that he’s a “natural pessimist”, and thinks it’ll be a “long haul”.
The former Attorney General contends that “basic services which we take for granted might not be available”.
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The former Prime Minister claims this “has not been a glorious episode in British constitutional history”.
The Brexit Secretary says “people need to know that actually we’re ready so that Britain can thrive whatever happens”.
“The more cheaply we can buy goods and services… the more we free up time for our people to make, and sell, and buy, and invent things.”
“Let us aim for that glorious vision of Lancaster House…not the miserable, permanent limbo of Chequers, not the democratic disaster of ongoing harmonisation.”
Our Executive Editor notes that while Opposition MPs continue to criticise the failings of their Party, they still haven’t actually done anything about it.
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The former Brexit Secretary says that the province has only six ports, and that this is key to resolving some of the difficulties
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“What they have said in those private conversations is that the loss of those hundreds of thousands of jobs will be worth it.”
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A surviving DexEU Minister from David Davis’ team says that he’s glad to hear that Rees-Mogg will be supporting the Customs Bill.