Posts Tagged ‘brexit comments’

Roland Rudd exits People’s Vote amid continuing rancour

PR chief resigns as chair of the biggest group within the People’s Vote umbrella

Roland Rudd has stepped away from the People’s Vote campaign, leaving two of his allies in charge of the organisation.

The City executive and head of Finsbury PR resigned as the chairman of Open Britain, one of the pro-EU groups campaigning for a second referendum and the largest constituent organisation under the People’s Vote umbrella.

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Roland Rudd quits as chair of People’s Vote campaign

Highly public tussle for power within Brexit referendum group claims another scalp

The Labour manifesto: five key areas in this weekend’s talks

The party is seeking resolution of several issues on which its various factions disagree

On Saturday, Labour will hold its clause V meeting to finalise the contents of its election manifesto. Here are five key areas of debate:

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Australia demands compensation over Brexit trade disruption

Country’s claim that meat exports are suffering wins support from 14 countries

Australia and a host of non-EU countries are demanding compensation from the UK and the EU for Brexit-related disruption to trade.

During negotiations at the World Trade Organization in Geneva, Australia said its beef and lamb exports had already been adversely affected by Brexit confusion.

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Brexit #Party: PM says #Claims senior figures offered peerages nonsense


Boris Johnson has said claims that Brexit Party election candidates have been offered peerages to encourage them to stand down are "nonsense". Leader Nigel Farage has said senior figures have been ...

Sterling boosted as Nigel Farage reportedly reduces his Brexit #Party challenge in# UK election


Reports suggest the Brexit Party will stand down a further 43 candidates in the upcoming election. Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage had already removed any opposition to the U.K. Conservative Party in ...

Eurostar Looks Past Brexit In Anniversary Year


The boss of Eurostar, the high-speed rail service linking London with Paris and Brussels, has predicted another record-high year in terms of passenger numbers despite Brexit uncertainty and strikes.
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