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Brexit amendments: Time for parliament to take back control

Downing Street has only ever really had three arguments to keep its MPs in line, none of which make any sense. The government does not own the Brexit mandate and the public deserve MPs who have made basic efforts to guide the process in the event of executive failure.

Opinion Former Articles

  • Brexit - a challenge and an opportunity

    Brexit has shaken our political landscape and provides many challenges to the food and farming industry, but it also provides a unique opportunity.

  • NOAH statement on ‘no-deal’ Brexit planning

    NOAH welcomes the publication of the first of government’s ‘no-deal’ Brexit planning notices but stresses that business remains very concerned about the lack of sufficient time to execute a smooth EU Exit process without interruption to the availability of vital veterinary medicines.

  • Infrastructure spending key post-Brexit

    Major increases in infrastructure spending will be needed across the UK in the aftermath of Brexit, the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and the chairman of the National Infrastructure Commission Lord Adonis have urged.

  • Teachers concerned about impact of Brexit on education

    Half of teachers fear that Brexit will distract the Government from dealing with the real issues the country faces

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