The letter sent by the First Ministers of Scotland and Wales to the House of Lords in order to try to resolve the Brexit power grab.
While the public was distracted by the fallout from the nerve agent attack, a report was released looking at the impact of Brexit on the NHS. And it’s not good.
Once again Michael Barnier points out that the UK Brexit plan is bound to fail if the government doesn’t drop its red lines.
Despite reassurances that they would seek consensus, the UK government looks set to plough ahead with its plans for a Brexit powergrab
Why will Corbyn not oppose the huge political, economic, social and security damage from Brexit and demand 2nd EU referendum?
Parliament has finally released the full UKGOV Brexit report, which confirms the harsh impact that leaving the EU will have on the Scottish economy.
This week, Scottish fishermen became angered as they finally began to realise that the Brexit they voted for might actually make them worse off.
Donald Tusk just detailed the EU position with regards to a future UK/EU trade deal. It confirms that the UK position is completely deluded.
Brexit Minister, David Davis, just confirmed what many of us already know. The meaningful Brexit vote in Parliament will have no power to stop Brexit.
In the last week, we have seen the power of the Single Market as well as glimpses of the weakened position of the UK post-Brexit.
Many are aware of the political barrier to a bespoke cherry-picked Brexit deal. However, there is also a technical issue in the shape of Most Favoured Nation Clauses
If Theresa May wants us to come together, then she has to ditch the platitudes and give us an actual Brexit plan we can come together over.
There will be a State-owned Scottish National Investment Bank by 2020 with a remit of growing the Scottish economy in key areas.
Not only is Corbyn’s Customs Union not feasible. On a technical level, it would not be good for the UK to be outside of the EU but in the Customs Union.
The funny thing about the speech David Lidington MP delivered to the devolved administrations, is that it was full of warnings about the UK Brexit plan.
There is no doubt that Corbyn’s Brexit plan is more appealing than that of the Tories. However, 20 months after EUREF his stance still has a fundamental flaw.