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Brexit: Cabinet considering ramping up no-deal plans

With 101 days until Brexit, ministers meet to discuss preparations for the UK leaving without a deal.

18/12/2018 -


Tory pro-Europeans more likely to vote to bring down May than Brexiters, claims Rees-Mogg - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Theresa May chairing cabinet where ministers are discussing planning for a no-deal Brexit

European expatriates who are challenging the validity of the 2016 EU referendum have lodged an appeal against the high court’s dismissal of their case.

Mr Justice Ouseley refused permission for a full hearing of the application last week but Croft Solicitors, representing the UK in EU Challenge campaign group, have submitted a fresh claim to the court of appeal.

I have complete confidence in our legal team and in the strength of our legal arguments. We will continue to fight our corner until we have exhausted every legal avenue open to us. Vote Leave broke the law – that is beyond dispute.

Whether or not we succeed in our appeal, we will continue to raise the issues of the leave campaign’s illegal actions and the resulting effect on the referendum result. The tainted referendum result has caused untold damage – we must not allow a repeat performance. The next referendum must be free from illegal activity.

The Scottish Conservative Colin Clark said contingency planning for a no-deal Brexit should have started straight after the referendum in 2016. Speaking on Good Morning Scotland, he said:

No deal is far from satisfactory but ministers are making preparations and we are getting reassurance.

I’ve been a businessman my entire life, contingency planning is never a waste of time or a waste of money.

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18/12/2018 -


Labour will wait until Brexit deal defeated for government no-confidence vote, Shadow Cabinet member says

Labour will not table a no-confidence motion in the Government until Theresa May's Brexit deal collapses, a Shadow Cabinet member has said.

18/12/2018 -


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Cost of Brexit So Far

Total cost to the UK since the Brexit referendum

According to the Bank of England voting to leave the European Union has cost Britain more than £440 million a week in lost growth since the referendum.

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