The Education Secretary tells Andrew Marr that “I’m very confident that the deal that comes back will be a good one.”
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The founder of Leave.EU claims that “very vicious Labour MPs” have “grouped together with the Guardian and the FT”.
Ireland risks a hard border, imposed on it by the rest of the EU, if a way isn’t found by all parties of climbing off the self-contradictory backstop clauses.
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The Labour leader then refuses to comment on his experience of being accused of racism by Margaret Hodge.
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Her strategy now relies on asking people to believe that she will not buckle any further – just at the very moment she has caused many to doubt her.
“We had a choice. We could’ve said let’s stick where we are and see what happens, and risk ending up with a chaotic leaving…or we can look at an alternative proposal.”
And, late in the day, the Prime Minister bows to our advice, and rushes on to Marr, today, to make the case for her new proposals.
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The Prime Minister say it’s important “we recognise the concerns that people have about the role of parliament”.
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WATCH: “This is proceeding at the proper pace” – Hinds denies that he is pushing too fast on T-levels
“We started this process a couple of years ago, there’s still two years and four months before teaching will begin”, the Education Secretary argues.