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MESSAGE TO LABOUR This election is UNIQUE – it’s about BREXIT - again (from a UKIP Conservative) (From our UKIP Labour Chairman) Tony Blair has blood on his hands and by association so do we.
pic.twitter.com/su4UxyORDG Tory Love Song 2 pic.twitter.com/G9ZlQLWU41 Human Rights Brexit vs Human Rights pic.twitter.com/BoXTROKMp9 UK and Saudi Arabia pic.twitter.com/xZIeT2JgIN Femi vs Farage Round 1:
The Consequences of Brexit on UK business This is a brief abstract of ‘Brexit and the Consequences for Commercial and Financial Relations between the EU and the UK’ (https://poseidon01.ssrn.com/delivery.php?ID=3701150270920101181240950210650850941030330310410270100220 250050960921260261131230670570300390610081160260270901130300651120930490740030410850231251140730 74028071004083020026116030107071094075103075115026096019107076010092091107094020026068105086020&
Philip Williams — 1 September 2018 Page 4 of 6 BROADLAND CLP 8th September 2018 General (All Members) Meeting Other Motion (to determine Broadland CLP policy on Brexit) Broadland CLP supports the earliest possible election of a Labour government led by Jeremy Corbyn.
And then Brexit, no clear literature, mixed messages from HQ, poor leadership on many a level, and the Yessers divided.
% European Union/Europe/Brexit 39% Immigration/immigrants 35% NHS/Hospitals/Healthcare 32% Economy 26% Housing 18% Education/Schools 17% +7 -4 0 +1 -2 -1 -4 Poverty/Inequality 14% 0 Crime/law and order/ASB Base:
In a shocking upset, the “Leave” camp emerged victorious, triggering a Brexit in a 52–48 vote and the entire world was left reeling from the unexpected results.
Lobbying for Brexit Ben Nimmo (a) Short version posted by the Interpreter Mag:
No Deal Brexit Imagine the scenario. It has just turned midnight on 29 March 2019, and the Spirit of Britain ferry carrying a fleet of freight vehicles docks at the port of Calais. But instead of driving straight onto the motorway with no checks, the first lorry is stopped at a French customs post. For the driver and those behind him, it is not a happy experience.
by Sheila Lawlor THE BREXIT VOTE AND THE EU RESPONSE v REALITY Britain’s decision to leave the EU in the referendum vote of June 2016 was not expected to be welcomed by the EU leadership.
With current opinion polls showing that up to 85% of the construction industry want the UK to remain in the EU, this debate will facilitate a discussion between industry and academic experts on the potential impact of BREXIT on the sector.
If we had, the day prior to the Brexit referendum, asked a group of economists to predict the likely level of the rand, Brazilian real or the Mexican peso, should the British vote for Brexit, they would have said that a weakening of 10% to 15% from those levels was likely.
www.gov.uk/register-to-vote n Support local schools and parents and work cross-party at a local and national level to gain a realistic and fair level of funding for East Devon’s education system n Listen to headteachers views on local education provision and represent these views in parliament BREXIT Local independent traders often struggle to make ends meet, especially with the pressures of new business rates, while big business tends to have a more preferential deal from government.