One year on, a really good piece from Chuka Umunna on the false promises of the Leave campaign:
One year on a really good piece from Chuka Umunna on the

Tory hard Brexiteers must be held to account for broken promises and lies

mirror.co.uk
WATCH: Leading Supporter of Open Britain Heidi Alexander this morning on why the public want a Brexit deal that puts jobs & the economy first to protect their livelihoods:
Barry Penson
Ian Colville
John Brice
MUST-READ: Great to see Mayor of London Sadiq Khan call for the UK to stay in Single Market & shelve all notions of destructive, extreme Brexit.
MUSTREAD Great to see Mayor of London Sadiq Khan call for the

Sadiq Khan adds voice to calls for UK to remain in single market

theguardian.com
Cary Middlemiss
Kevin Hellier
Rory Power
READ: The weak Pound and Brexit uncertainty has caused UK summer fruit and salad growers difficulty recruiting pickers, with more than half saying they don't know if they will have enough migrant workers to harvest their crops.
READ The weak Pound and Brexit uncertainty has caused UK summer fruit

Fruit and veg farmers facing migrant labour shortages - BBC News

bbc.co.uk
John Warr
Paul Brownnutt
Martin Ott
MUST-WATCH: Our Executive Director James McGrory is clear that the Government needs to rethink its rejected hard Brexit vision.

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Peter Palmer
Rosalinda Much
Jason Brown
Today, 30 Conservative MPs told Theresa May that they won't accept 'no deal' in Brexit talks. This would be the worst deal of all, causing our economy to fall off a cliff edge.

It must be avoided at any cost - please SIGN and SHARE our petition & send a message to the Government that no deal is unacceptable:
Today 30 Conservative MPs told Theresa May that they wont accept no

Theresa May has no mandate for hard Brexit

open-britain.co.uk
Mike Smith
Roger Wallsgrove
Peter Palmer
750 civil servants will be moved to key Brexit departments, but there will be no extra cash found to cover the cost of replacing them.
750 civil servants will be moved to key Brexit departments but there

At least 750 Whitehall policy experts to relocate to Brexit departments

theguardian.com
Dennis Draper
Leonora Critchlow
Graeme Nicol
"The prime minister says 'no deal is better than a bad deal'. In fact, quitting the EU with no deal would lead to chaos."

It's time to take the fiction out of the Brexit negotiations. (£)
The prime minister says no deal is better than a bad deal

This isn’t project fear, it’s project reality

openbrita.in
Steve Hardiman
Rory Power
Mark Kennedy
WATCH: Chuka Umunna this morning on why continued UK membership of the Single Market is crucial for Britain's jobs, livelihoods & trade.
Tim Greenwood
Samantha Lee
David Dixon
It is Theresa May who took the Single Market off the table before Brexit negotiations even began. She should be bold in Brexit talks and put the UK economy first:
It is Theresa May who took the Single Market off the table

Germany signals Britain may be able to secure 'soft' Brexit

openbrita.in
John Purvis
Peter Palmer
Judith Mckay
WATCH: Labour MP Chuka Umunna is right to say that Single Market membership should be on the table in Brexit talks. We need to be ambitious in these negotiations and put the economy first.

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Kev Ward
Mike Smith
Evelyn Osz
MUST-WATCH: Nick Clegg is absolutely right to say that the Government needs to come clean and put the British economy first in the Brexit negotiations starting today.

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David Allan
Jon Shaw
Gary Kirk
SHARE - cutting migration to tens of thousands would hurt key sectors of the economy & cut off vital labour says new report:
SHARE cutting migration to tens of thousands would hurt key sectors of

Theresa May's immigration cap will have 'double whammy' impact on the British economy

independent.co.uk
Bernie Lawes
Margaret Leyton
Kenny Fraser
A great read by leading supporter Chuka Umunna - why we must stay in the Single Market to protect UK jobs & the economy:
A great read by leading supporter Chuka Umunna why we must stay

Labour is clear: Brexit would be better with single market membership | Chuka Umunna

theguardian.com
Kevin Keogh
Amanda Kenwrick
Jessie Cooke
MUST-READ: Chancellor Philip Hammond to prioritise economic prosperity in Brexit talks that begin next week
MUSTREAD Chancellor Philip Hammond to prioritise economic prosperity in Brexit talks that

Philip Hammond to prioritise economic prosperity in Brexit talks

theguardian.com
Federico Moscogiuri
Matt Price
Phil Barber
A hard Brexit could starve the UK tech industry of European talent as 40 per cent of its workforce is currently made up of EU nationals, according to the head of Europe’s biggest innovation hub.
A hard Brexit could starve the UK tech industry of European talent

A hard Brexit could starve the UK tech industry of workers, says the head of Europe's biggest innovation hub

independent.co.uk
David Bunn
Alex Valentine
Heather Styles
Over half of skilled EU workers say they will leave UK, with healthcare, technology, media & financial services sectors to be the worst hit.
Over half of skilled EU workers say they will leave UK with

Half of skilled EU workers that Britain will need after Brexit now plan to leave

independent.co.uk
Richard English
Ian Garlic
Becca Louise Marchant
READ: There is no mandate for a hard and destructive Brexit. It's time to put jobs and the economy first.
READ There is no mandate for a hard and destructive Brexit Its

Labour and Conservatives 'in cross party talks to secure softer Brexit'

independent.co.uk
Rory Power
Terry Fesenko
CarolAnne Murphy
MUST-WATCH: Theresa May called this election to strengthen her hand to pursue a hard & destructive Brexit.

The people rejected this: there is no mandate for hard Brexit.

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Chris King
Chris Brooking
Ralph Whitehead
Claudia Sauter
Anna 'archy' Loftus
Melvin Brown