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MUST READ: The British public will not accept a Brexit deal that leaves them worse off financially, a new poll for Open Britain reveals.

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Poll suggests public will not accept a Brexit that leaves them worse off

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READ: UK food prices will rise without EU workers, say prominent trade groups, including the Food and Drink Federation.

UK food prices to rise without EU workers, warn trade groups

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The No 10 Christmas card & tree are nice but don't come close to our home-made Open Britain decorations - Merry Christmas to all our supporters!
MPs from all across the political spectrum are united and clear on this issue: the Government must produce a plan for Brexit before triggering Article 50.

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MUST WATCH: Dominic Grieve is superb in shooting down the unacceptable abuse and ignorance surrounding the Article 50 debate.

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"Everybody needs to have a say in how we now get the very best deal for Britain."

Anna Soubry is right - it's crucial that Parliament has a say in securing the very best deal for Britain after Brexit:
The Government needs to be more transparent on its plan for Brexit. Hiding behind the excuse of not wanting to ‘show their hand’ to EU partners is simply not good enough.

The Government must produce a plan for Brexit. Will you sign the petition and ask the Government ‘What’s the plan?’

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READ: an insightful extract from Ian Dunt's post-referendum book, Brexit: What the Hell Happens Now?

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The Brexit cliff edge - By Ian Dunt

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"I don't think the irony of fighting and winning a referendum campaign on the basis of restoring Parliamentary sovereignty to the UK, and then fighting hard not to give Parliament a say on this issue of triggering Article 50 is lost on people"

WATCH: Labour MP Pat McFadden on why it is crucial that Parliament gets a say in Brexit:
Anna Soubry is absolutely right: suggesting that our judges and our judiciary would act with anything other than impartially is an outrageous claim by Brexiteers.

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WATCH: Chuka Umunna on Good Morning Britain this morning, making it clear why Parliament should be consulted with on Brexit
By putting the UK's Single Market membership at the heart of their by-election campaign, the Liberal Democrats secured a stunning victory for Sarah Olney in Richmond Park.

It underlines the fact that there is no majority for a hard Brexit that pulls Britain out of the Single Market, which would threaten jobs and investment in the UK.

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WATCH: Labour MP & leading Open Britain supporter Pat McFadden is right to say that Brexit should not be driven by ideology, it should be driven by the best deal for the UK economy.

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WATCH: leading supporters Nick Clegg, Anna Soubry and Chuka Umunna came together yesterday to present research on the importance of being in the Single Market
Today, for the first time since the referendum, senior politicians from the three major UK parties shared a stage at an event for Open Britain where they outlined the value of the Single Market:

Cross-party MPs warn key sectors of UK economy would be damaged if we leave the Single Market

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Britain's 12 million pensioners are set to be £105 worse off within 5 years, as the state pension will drop due to a £1.3bn Brexit 'black hole:

Pensioners '£105 worse off within five years' as Brexit leaves £1.3 billion bill

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"When average earnings growth is also being downgraded at the same time, people are going to start feeling the pinch."

MUST-WATCH: our Co-Executive Director James McGrory is absolutely right - the 'Brexit effect' of £58.7bn extra borrowing will hit our public services, and those that need them, hard.

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"The immediate-to-medium cost to us and to our economy and to the livelihood of people in this country, is something that simply can't be ignored."

WATCH: former Attorney General Dominic Grieve on the Brexit borrowing bill predicted by the Office for Budget Responsibility.

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WATCH: Open Britain's James McGrory discusses the OBR's Autumn Statement report, warning of a Brexit borrowing bill of £58.7bn.
The Office for Budget Responsibility estimate that the cost of Brexit on borrowing will be an eye-watering £58.7 billion.

The Government must now do everything it can to safeguard jobs and investment, which means rejecting a hard and destructive Brexit: