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Well it seems a lot of economists and those of similar ilk have looked at the stats and come to that conclusion. Though of course one does have to bear in mind that they are experts............

9 hours ago

Brexit costing UK £500M a week , study says. Brexit vote causes £26B annual loss to the UK economy, according to Centre for European Reform. The British economy is 2.5 percent smaller today than if the U.K. had voted to remain in the European Union, according to the Centre for European Reform, a think tank.30 Sep 2018 Brexit costing UK £500M a week, study says – POLITICO ...

today at 06:43

At the end of the day May has put the interests of the Conservative Party above the interests of the UK. Just as Cameron did. Which is why we are in this mess. Revoke Article 50 petition just shy of 4 million as I type this. click on this link to sign https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/241584 TAKE BACK CONTROL - REVOKE ARTICLE 50

yesterday at 15:15

It will register in the minds of MPs when they come to vote on anything to do with Brexit.

yesterday at 15:01

Over 3 million have now signed Revoke Article 50 petition. Click on this link if you would like to do the same. https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/241584&nbsp ;

yesterday at 11:00

If we revoke article 50 then we once again are in control of what happens to this country. We may still decide to leave but we can actually sort out what it is that we want and therefore how it is that we wish to achieve it.  I appreciate that those who just wish to leave the EU with no deal will have no truck with that argument. BUT at the moment the situation is that MPs do not want May's ...

This website? http://www.loveteignmouth.co.uk/ (if you scroll to the very bottom of the page you will see that it is copyright to Teignmouth and Dawlish CIC. ) Teignmouth and Dawlish CIC was the body (sorry can't think of a more appropriate word) that employed the (then) town centre manager. From memory -  some of those who are standing for (re) election in the coming town and ...

yesterday at 07:10

For the avoidance of doubt. The reason I asked (see top post) how this post is to be funded is because from its title it looks like a lot of the function of the post will be concerned with promoting the town via events etc. This function is similar to that undertaken by the (now defunct) town centre manager post. The town centre manager was not employed by the town council. The town centre ...

parliament and democracy
yesterday at 06:46

er........excuse me. The EU is offering to delay Brexit.  And the reason they are offering the delay is because Theresa May has asked them for one. And the reason she has asked for a delay is because the House of Commons won't agree to the the deal she thrashed out with the EU.  So it is either a delay or crash out on March 29th. I appreciate that there are those who think that crashing out is ...

2 days ago

Over a million signatures as I type this and I know for a fact that there could be more as I know people who have tried to register their names but who have been told to wait. Talking of petitions. I see there was one earlier on this year advocating a No Deal Brexit. It garnered just over 370,000 supporters. I wonder if there was any foreign interference in that? Putin must be rubbing his ...

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