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Hilary Benn: Indicative votes "shows there is support" for Customs Union and confirmatory vote

Hilary Benn spoke to The Parliamentary Review in the wake of last night’s indicative votes, reflecting on the growing support for a Customs Union deal and a confirmatory referendum.

Wollaston: Corbyn is a "leader in hiding rather than a leader in waiting"

Immediately after the indicative votes that were held last night, we spoke to Dr Sarah Wollaston MP in the Central Lobby about the future direction of Brexit, the campaign for a “People’s Vote” and Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership of the Opposition.

SNP's Chris Law: Majority in the House would support a “soft Brexit”

Following last night’s series of indicative votes, we spoke to Chris Law, MP for Dundee West and prominent member of the SNP, about the next steps of the Brexit process and what the SNP would like to see moving forward.

"You can literally feel the Brexit fantasies evaporating" says TIG MP Chris Leslie

In Central Lobby last night Independent Group MP Chris Leslie told The Parliamentary Review that MPs should “synthesise the different Brexit options into something that can pass”.

MPs to debate in advance of indicative votes

MPs will begin the ninth Brexit debate this year in preparation of potential indicative votes today.

Bosses pay should be linked to employees' wage, says select committee

The Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee have called for companies to do more to link top bosses’ pay to that of the rest of their workforce. In a report published today, the committee criticised “excessive” executive pay packages which they describe as “reputationally damaging” and fuelling “a perception of institutional unfairness.”

Rogue landlords exploit students, warns government minister

Chris Skidmore will vow to crackdown on "rogue private landlords" in a speech to students on Monday.

EU and Republic of Ireland continue no-deal Brexit talks

The EU and the Republic of Ireland held talks over a potential no-deal Brexit today after the European Commission admitted no deal is looking more likely.

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