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Richard Tice explains why doubling the Immigration Skills Charge is the nudge business needs to put the UK first
Date: 19 May 2017

Watch Richard Tice explain why doubling the Immigration Skills Charge levied on companies employing migrant workers is the nudge business needs to put the UK first on BBC News

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BBC: Conservative manifesto: Theresa May targets mainstream Britain’
Date: 18 May 2017

Conservative manifesto: Theresa May targets mainstream Britain’ Prime Minister Theresa May has promised a “mainstream government that would deliver for mainstream Britain”. Launching the Conservative manifesto, Mrs May said a strong economy and delivering Brexit were top priorities. The manifesto drops the 2015 pledge not to raise income tax or National Insurance and has big […]

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BBC: Brexit: Lib Dem manifesto pledges new EU referendum
Date: 17 May 2017

Brexit: Lib Dem manifesto pledges new EU referendum The Liberal Democrats have put a second EU referendum at the heart of their general election manifesto, saying it would “give the final say to the British people”. The vote on the final Brexit deal would include an option to remain in the EU. The Lib Dems […]

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“You don’t think it’s wrong you’re in denial?”
Date: 17 May 2017

“You don’t think it’s wrong you’re in denial?” Andrew Neil asks Liberal Democrat Lord Newby on the BBC Daily Politics show

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“Even you were clear that if we voted to Leave we left membership of the single market”
Date: 16 May 2017

“Even you were clear that if we voted to Leave we left membership of the single market” – Andrew Neil reminds Nick Clegg on the BBC Daily Politics show

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Express: Report CONFIRMS BBC was ‘strongly biased AGAINST Brexit’ in run-up to referendum
Date: 15 May 2017

Report CONFIRMS BBC was ‘strongly biased AGAINST Brexit’ in run-up to referendum A NEW independent report into the BBC’s coverage of the historic week that Article 50 was triggered to leave the EU has concluded that it “was strongly biased against Brexit”. The analysis by monitoring group News-Watch looked at Radio 4’s flagship morning news […]

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This is money: Frankfurt’s financial district is now too full for banks considering new EU location
Date: 14 May 2017

Frankfurt’s financial district is now too full for banks considering new EU location Frankfurt’s efforts to steal London’s business have been dealt an embarrassing blow by Germany’s own central bank. The Bundesbank has moved into one of the few office blocks suitable for international lenders in Frankfurt, undermining attempts to woo British banks ahead of […]

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Express: ‘Act more PRESIDENTIAL’ Junker told to GROW UP after ‘trying to get David Davis SACKED’
Date: 13 May 2017

‘Act more PRESIDENTIAL’ Junker told to GROW UP after ‘trying to get David Davis SACKED’ A SENIOR Tory has warned that negotiations with the EU could be “impossible” amid allegations that Jean-Claude Juncker tried to have Brexit Secretary David Davis sacked. Mr Juncker’s spokesman refused to deny allegations made by Mr Davis that the European […]

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Express: Would you take us out the EU? Jeremy Corbyn won’t say
Date: 10 May 2017

Would you take us out the EU? Jeremy Corbyn won’t say JEREMY Corbyn was today accused of a “chaotic” approach to Brexit after repeatedly failing to pledge he would take Britain out of the European Union if he was Prime Minister. Pressed to promise he would not go back on the British people’s referendum decision, […]

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Express: UK businesses face being LOCKED OUT of £350bn EU market under Macron
Date: 09 May 2017

UK businesses face being LOCKED OUT of £350bn EU market under Macron EMMANUEL MACRON has threatened to block British businesses from the £350billion market for public contracts in the European Union (EU) when Britain finally leaves the bloc. The newly-elected French President included a ‘buy European act’ in his manifesto pledge, which would lock the […]

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