A selection of current Brexit related news feeds

Brexit News Feeds

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14/07/2024 New Cabinet Office Minister Says There Is "Massive Waste" In How Local Councils Are Funded ,,New Cabinet Office minister Georgia Gould has said having local councils bid against each other has led to “massive waste” and that the Labour government would bring a “new era of partnership” between local, central and regional government. www.politicshome.com Visit...
14/07/2024 ‘Britain is back’: Keir Starmer promises UK will be at the heart of Europe ,,

Prime minister wants to foster a new spirit of cooperation and partnership to confront the crises facing the continent

Keir Starmer has promised a new era of closer relations with Europe to ensure future generations can look back “on what our continent achieved together” before a key meeting of European leaders this week.

Starmer said Europe as a whole faced security crises and linked problems over migration, and that Britain should be at the heart of the continent’s efforts to confront them.

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13/07/2024 Brexit: this week’s Davis Downsides ,,Placard with picture of David Davis, then the UK's Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, with thought bubble and question mark at Unite for Europe march.

Against the backdrop of a Tory civil war, and with Reform UK likewise divided, there would appear to be no end in sight for the devastating downsides of Brexit

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13/07/2024 Voters Feel More Optimistic After Labour's Election Win ,,A major survey carried out following the Labour party's victory at the General Election has found a significant rise in public optimism. www.politicshome.com Visit...
13/07/2024 Norky’s ramblings: North Wales and the Alwen Reservoir Trail from the Peter Brook Centre ,,Two people walking the Alwen Reservoirs Trail.

Norky and three companions head to North Wales for walking and dominoes-based evening entertainment

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12/07/2024 The Guardian view on visas for artists: a flawed system with serious consequences for art | Editorial ,,

Punitive entry requirements are making it harder for creativity, as well as people, to flow around the world

Among the sideshows of this year’s Glastonbury festival was an installation designed to give revellers a taste of what British hospitality is really like for those arriving at UK airports. To enter Terminal 1, for interrogation by border police, each spectator had to answer a question from the British citizenship test. Fail, and they could be turned away. The installation was devised and run by artists who are all themselves migrants. In a deeply ironic example of life mimicking art, one of their own curators was unable to attend, having been denied a visa.

The problem of visas for visiting artists has become almost as much part of festival season as festivals themselves. And it is not the preserve of music alone. At last summer’s Shubbak festival of Arab culture in London, a Home Office rejection letter was read out on stage to fill the gap left by the absence of two Tunisian actors, and to explain why they were missing.

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12/07/2024 Choose respect, not regrets ,,choose respect, not regret

Choose respect, not regrets – a new campaign to encourage better behaviour at night launches in York

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12/07/2024 Prisoners To Be Released Early Under Government Plans To Tackle Prisons Capacity Crisis ,,Some prisoners could be released early in measures announced by the Justice Secretary to avoid “the collapse of the criminal justice system”. www.politicshome.com Visit...
11/07/2024 Potty plans come to fruition as Settle’s Flowerpot Festival returns ,,Flowerpot Festival

Settle’s annual Flowerpot Festival is back this weekend, bringing colourful family fun to North Yorkshire

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11/07/2024 New Labour MPs To Face Immediate Pressure Over Two-Child Cap ,,Newly elected Labour MPs are set to come under immediate pressure from the party’s left to defy the leadership by backing moves to scrap the two-child benefit cap ahead of the King’s Speech. www.politicshome.com Visit...
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