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The Brexit economy: things are starting to deteriorate - The Guardian
22 Feb 2018


The Guardian

The Brexit economy: things are starting to deteriorate
The Guardian
The British economy is showing signs of deteriorating just as the government attempts to reassert its vision for Brexit, according to a Guardian analysis of economic news over the past month that highlights the country's increasingly fragile position ...
UK Net Migration Falls More Than Quarter Since Brexit VoteBloomberg
Net migration to UK still fading post-Brexit vote, businesses waryReuters

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'Mad Max' Brexit and other dystopian visions for leaving the EU - Financial Times
22 Feb 2018


Financial Times

'Mad Max' Brexit and other dystopian visions for leaving the EU
Financial Times
To the undoubted relief of everyone concerned, David Davis, the Brexit secretary, announced on Monday that the UK was not seeking a dystopian “Mad Max-style” Brexit. At one level this is a shame because the cars in that movie are well cool. Kudos ...
Theresa May holding crunch Brexit cabinet at ChequersBBC News
Brexit transition extension could cost Britain £5bn, MPs sayThe Guardian
Brexit: EU rejects Theresa May's 'three baskets' trade plan for future relationshipThe Independent
Sky News -Evening Standard -Spectator.co.uk (blog)
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How to stop Brexit - Financial Times - Financial Times
22 Feb 2018


Financial Times

How to stop Brexit - Financial Times
Financial Times
'Flawed though the referendum was, everyone agreed its rules in advance. Yet Stoppers finally feel they can win'
REVEALED: Remainer infighting as anti-Brexit campaigns CAN'T AGREE how to THWART EU exitExpress.co.uk

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Team Brexit go to Chequers: who will survive Theresa's away-day from hell? - The Guardian
22 Feb 2018


The Guardian

Team Brexit go to Chequers: who will survive Theresa's away-day from hell?
The Guardian
What made her construct this doomed crunch moment when the cabinet “must” agree – when they can't and won't? Her speech next week is being billed as the long-awaited revelation of what she wants, plans and expects from Brexit. It is supposed to draw on ...

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Brexit: Jacob Rees-Mogg hits out at 'poor' Government plan for transition period - The Independent
22 Feb 2018


The Independent

Brexit: Jacob Rees-Mogg hits out at 'poor' Government plan for transition period
The Independent
Prominent Conservative backbencher Jacob Rees-Mogg has dismissed a government document setting out the UK's approach to its transition out of the EU as a “poor piece of work”. Mr Rees-Mogg, who backs a harder Brexit, attacked the document after it ...
'Pervasion of DEMOCRACY' Jacob Rees-Mogg SLAMS secret Whitehall Brexit 'Remainer' dossierExpress.co.uk

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'You don't raise rates when unemployment is rising' – experts debate Brexit watch data - The Guardian
22 Feb 2018


The Guardian

'You don't raise rates when unemployment is rising' – experts debate Brexit watch data
The Guardian
High inflation – driven by the post-Brexit fall in the pound, and rising food and energy prices – is the main factor squeezing consumer spending. CPI inflation is still running at 3% while RPI inflation is stuck at 4%. There have been some signs of ...

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Brexit blamed by Stockport smart meter firm intending to axe 288 staff - BBC News
22 Feb 2018


BBC News

Brexit blamed by Stockport smart meter firm intending to axe 288 staff
BBC News
A company that makes smart meters for British Gas is planning to shed 288 of 601 jobs at its factory in Greater Manchester because of Brexit. Landis+Gyr told the GMB union it could move production from Stockport to Romania and Asia because costs have ...

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UK driving licences may no longer be recognised in Europe after Brexit, EU suggests - Telegraph.co.uk
22 Feb 2018


Telegraph.co.uk

UK driving licences may no longer be recognised in Europe after Brexit, EU suggests
Telegraph.co.uk
British drivers could be stopped from travelling on the continent after Brexit because UK driving licences will no longer be recognised, the European Commission has suggested. Failure to secure a deal on transport during the negotiations would see the ...


Brexit bill will 'substantially reduce human rights in UK', Amnesty International report warns - The Independent
22 Feb 2018


The Independent

Brexit bill will 'substantially reduce human rights in UK', Amnesty International report warns
The Independent
The current EU withdrawal bill will “substantially reduce human rights in the UK” and members of the British public “don't even know”, Amnesty International has warned in its latest annual report. Brexit could also inadvertently harm citizens abroad ...
Does Brexit threaten rights protection for Irish citizens in the North?Slugger O'Toole

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Brexit: Progress made in talks to settle 'power grab' row - BBC News
22 Feb 2018


BBC News

Brexit: Progress made in talks to settle 'power grab' row
BBC News
Despite some discussion over the proposed changes to the bill, the majority of the meeting focused on a gathering of Prime Minister Theresa May and her senior ministers at her country retreat, Chequers, to try to hammer out a deal over the UK ...
UK improves offer to return devolved powers after Brexit, Scotland wants moreEyewitness News

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