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Daily Debrief July 25th

Hammond: “A realistic negotiating position” The FT reports that Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond, speaking at the G20 meeting, has said that the UK must “adopt a realistic negotiating position” with the EU.  So far, so sensible. No one should enter … Continue reading

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Post-Referendum Debrief July 20th

Sturgeon’s dream in tatters As we have said all along – Scotland will have to leave the EU along with the rest of the UK. Today’s Daily Express reports that Nicola Sturgeon’s hopes of Scotland being able to veto the Brexit vote … Continue reading

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Post-Referendum Debrief July 19th

Prime Minister vows to make a success of Brexit  Yes, Brexit does mean Brexit, and yes we all hope and of course, need, the Prime Minister to make a success of this new opportunity and challenge we have. In a … Continue reading

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Post-Referendum Debrief July 18th

‘Made in Wales’ farming possible after Brexit According to the BBC,  Brexit gives the chance for a “made-in-Wales” approach to farming in the future, Rural Affairs Secretary Lesley Griffiths has said. She will be meeting senior figures from the agricultural and … Continue reading

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Post-Referendum Debrief July 14th

David Davis: Secretary of State for Brexit! Theresa May has moved rapidly to appoint her Cabinet, with big jobs for Brexiteers.  David Davis as Secretary of State at the new Brexit department. Boris as Foreign Secretary. Liam Fox at International … Continue reading

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Post-Referendum Debrief July 13th

Brexit: May just doesn’t get it “Brexit means Brexit”, says Theresa May.  But does she actually know what Brexit means?  A story in today’s Express suggests not.  May says she will make control of immigration her top demand in her Brexit negotiations … Continue reading

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Post-referendum Debrief July 12th

A day of MAYhem Thus does the Metro greet the morning.  Just about all of the papers lead with the story.  The “i“: Mayday.  The Sun (on a positive note) “New PM can unite the Tories and deliver Brexit”: The … Continue reading

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