Two manufacturing think tanks report a correlation between politicians publicly contemplating a no-deal Brexit and decreased overseas custom and job vacancies. After Karen Lee, Labour MP for Lincoln, expressed similar fears earlier this week in PMQs, we asked her for further thoughts.
D-Day commemorations meant that the prime minister Theresa May and opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn weren’t in attendance at today’s session. In their place were the PM’s deputy, David Lidington, and Labour frontbencher Rebecca Long-Bailey, seen by many as a potential successor to Corbyn.
Best Practice Representative | Published February 15th 2019