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Labour faces internal battle over ‘confirmatory vote’

Tom Watson, Labour’s deputy leader, has called upon the party to include a second referendum in their new manifesto.

OPINION: Brexit vs business

For what seems like a lifetime, businesses hoping for some clarity about Brexit have been repeatedly been left disappointed. Worse still, the recent delay to the Brexit date will prolong the agony for business leaders who are desperate to know if or when they will face new barriers to trade, and, if so, what those barriers will be.

Brexit uncertainty responsible for fall in profits, Royal Bank of Scotland says

The Royal Bank of Scotland pinned the blame on Brexit uncertainty after announcing a drop in its first-quarter profits yesterday.

Data and Marketing Association: No deal could threaten UK creative industries

Zach Thornton is the External Affairs Manager at the Data & Marketing Authority. The training arm of the DMA, the Institute of Direct & Digital Marketing, featured in the Review in September. He explains the effects that Brexit has had on the data and marketing industry, stating that leaving without a deal could threaten the global status of the UK’s creative industries.

May cancels plans for fourth Brexit deal vote in advance of local elections

Theresa May cancelled plans yesterday to hold a fourth vote on her deal before next week's local elections.

Farage's Brexit Party firmly in the lead for European elections, polls say

The new Brexit Party, led by former UKIP leader, Nigel Farage, is in the lead for May's European Parliament elections, according to a new poll.

Foreign secretary says UK avoiding EU elections is a priority

The UK reaching a deal to leave the EU before the European elections next month is an absolute priority according to Jeremy Hunt today.

Cross-party Brexit negotiations remain delicate says Lidington

David Lidington described cross-party Brexit talks as "delicate, difficult negotiations in an interview with the BBC today.

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