UK-based airlines told to move to Europe after Brexit or lose major routes, prompting fears for UK jobs:

UK-based airlines told to move to Europe after Brexit or lose major routes

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The phony period is nearly over, and the real work of negotiations are about to begin.

The Government has promised a Brexit deal that will not damage our economy and put jobs at risk. They need to meet the tests they have set themselves:
Britain must Brexit-proof its economy by ramping up spending on research and development or risk being left behind in the global race to deliver game-changing innovations in areas such as space tourism and robotics, warns business lobby group, the CBI.

Brexit-proof the UK economy with more R&D, say employers

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Record numbers of EU nurses quit NHS following Brexit vote:

Record numbers of EU nurses quit NHS

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From our friends at The New European: The game being played by May & Sturgeon risks unleashing dangerous forces

The game being played by Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon risks unleashing dangerous forces

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At Prime Minister's Questions today, Stephen Doughty MP asked if the PM's 'risky and reckless' approach to Brexit is a price worth paying for breaking up the UK. We don't believe it is.

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From our friends at InFacts - 10 reasons crashing out of the EU with no deal would be bonkers:

10 reasons crashing out with no deal would be bonkers

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WATCH: Anna Soubry is right to say that the economic benefits of the Single Market can't be and shouldn't be ignored.
MUST-WATCH: Nick Clegg, in this powerful speech, is absolutely right to condemn this Government's inaction on the issue of EU citizens in Britain. A guarantee must be given to them as soon as possible.

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Dominic Grieve is spot on: "if we don't follow the correct processes, we're going to mire ourselves in chaos."
The realities of what a hard Brexit could mean are beginning to collide with the breezy rhetoric of Leave campaigners. Already – before negotiations have even begun – totemic promises are being broken:
On Good Morning Britain today, Leading supporter of Open Britain, Nicky Morgan, made it clear that the Government must give MPs assurances that Parliament will have a say on Brexit.
A destructive, no-deal Brexit would put Britain in the worst trading position of the major world economies:

No-deal Brexit 'would put UK in worst trading position of rich nations'

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Leaked Treasury report warns of painful 'economic shock' if Britain crashes out of the EU without a deal.

This leak reveals the Government's recklessness - they know no deal is an extreme option that threatens the economy and yet they talk it up:

Exclusive: Treasury leak exposes painful effects of EU crash out

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All across Britain today, thousands of our volunteers are starting conversations on why we need to avoid a hard, destructive Brexit and to campaign for the best deal for Britain:

The biggest pro-Europe push since the referendum is happening on Saturday

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Brexiteers are not practicing what they preach on EU citizens’ rights:

Which Brexiters are hypocrites on EU citizens’ rights?

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The Government's rhetoric on trade is colliding with reality: the respected OBR reveals that trade will be 'less open' after we leave the EU.

Nobody voted for less trade and to become poorer. Please share so everybody knows:
The 48% who voted Remain must also be heard in any final Brexit deal. They have the same right to be heard as everyone else:
Lord Heseltine is right: Parliament must get the final say on Brexit. Please share:
The Lords have rightly stood up for parliamentary sovereignty and refused to write the Government a blank cheque for hard Brexit. The Commons must now find the nerve to do the same.

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