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  • Article: Sep 14, 2019

    To summarise:

    Last night, the Government posted its assessment papers of the impact a no-deal Brexit will have on our country. And it makes for pretty grim reading.

    A no-deal Brexit could bring civil unrest, traffic chaos that stretches for miles and fuel and medicine shortages. And that might not even be the worst of it. But for now, here's 7 things on the Yellowhammer document the Government is hoping you'll miss:

  • Rob O'Carroll
    Article: Sep 7, 2019

    We are delighted to introduce Robert O'Carroll as our Parliamentary Candidate to represent Runnymede & Weybridge.

    Robert was born in and grew up in London and after studying at Bradford university moved back to London with his young family. A lifelong liberal the 2015 GE spurred him into becoming more politically active and to build a better London and world for all our children.

  • Article: Sep 5, 2019
    By Luciana Berger

    This is a moment of national crisis.

    Leaving the Labour party after being a member for almost 20 years was one of the hardest decisions of my life. But Labour has changed beyond recognition. It is now institutionally antisemitic, overtaken by the far left and consumed by a Brexiteer leadership.

  • Article: Sep 4, 2019

    After a great deal of thought, I have reached the conclusion that it is not possible to serve my constituents' and country's best interests as a Conservative Member of Parliament.

    Over 27 years ago I joined the Conservative & Unionist Party led by Sir John Major. Since 2010 I have had the privilege of representing the Bracknell Constituency. The Party I joined in 1992 is not the Party I am leaving today.

  • Article: Aug 30, 2019

    A short prorogation is supposed to happen every year...

    Parliament is usually closed for a little while in the run-up to a Queen's Speech.

    There wasn't one in 2018, however.

    ...but not for this long

    Most of the time, this is a 3 to 7 day break.

    Boris Johnson wants to shut Parliament for 5 weeks.

    That's the longest since 1945.