One of Brexit’s Rare Winners: Big British Law Firms

In any divorce, lawyers are the only surefire winners, and as Britain muddles through one of the biggest, messiest and most complicated breakups in economic history, the country’s top law firms are booming. Brexit, as Britain’s separation from the European Union is known, is just one of many reasons that the highest-grossing firms are enjoying their best results in a […]

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Labour will not support tonight’s vote for a second Brexit referendum

The Labour Party will NOT back an amendment tonight which would see MPs call for a second referendum on Britain leaving the EU. Shadow Brexit Secretary Keir Starmer said the party would not whip MPs to support Independent MP Sarah Wollaston ‘s amendment tonight. The Mirror understands Labour whips will instruct MPs to abstain. Responding to a question from Anna […]

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Kevin Maguire- ‘Let the people have their say on Brexit’

Four Parliaments in post-war history were shorter than the 30 months wasted wrangling about how to make Britain poorer and weaker. Those 1950-51, 1964-66, 1974 and 2015-17 governments should make us question the relevance of a referendum result delivered in June 2016 as we enter 2019. The gravest deceit of the Right-wing Brexit elite was to mis-sell quitting Europe as […]

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EU Court's Aide Says UK Can Drop Brexit as May Begins Parliament Quest

The European Union’s top legal adviser said on Tuesday Britain had the right to withdraw its Brexit notice, opening a new front in a battle over Prime Minister Theresa May’s plans to leave the EU, which could be rejected in parliament next week. The advice from the European Court of Justice’s advocate general emboldened supporters of EU membership in Britain’s parliament on […]

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Poll reveals the majority of Brexiteers’ constituents would now vote Remain

Leading European Research Group Brexiteers have seen the mood in their constituencies swing dramatically away from Leave. A new poll reveals almost every Cabinet member is now in a Remain seat. And the findings by the Best for Britain campaign show even hardline leavers under pressure to change positions. Jacob Rees-Mogg has seen the 47.9 per cent of Remainers in […]

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Kevin Maguire: ‘Everbody is entitled to change their mind’

Conservatives win general elections and Labour never raises its hands in surrender by declaring the nation has spoken so policies it bitterly opposes must be embraced. Instead, Jeremy Corbyn vows to save the NHS, improve wages, unshackle trade unions and renationalise privatised industries such as the railways and the Royal Mail. When Labour was triumphing at the polls, it was […]

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Here Are the Most Important Ballot Initiatives Around the Country

There were not just candidates on the ballot this Election Day. Voters in more than half the states also considered ballot initiatives on some of the most divisive issues in American life: voting rights, taxes, criminal justice reform, health care and environmental regulations, among others. Voters in Florida, where polls close at 7 p.m. Eastern, will be among the first […]

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Colombians vote on anti-corruption measures in Sunday referendum

BOGOTA (Reuters) – Colombians are voting on seven anti-corruption measures in a referendum on Sunday, including a reduction in lawmakers’ salaries and term limits for public posts, as graft scandals continue to spark outrage. Woman votes in a seven-question referendum on anti-corruption measures in Bogota, Colombia August 26, 2018. REUTERS/Luisa GonzalezAs security in the country has improved in recent years, […]

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