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Stop brexit disaster, demand 60 leading figures

An open letter calling for #brexit to be halted has been signed by over 60 of Scotland’s leading public figures who say it will be “disastrous”. The letter calls for a new national debate and a rethink on brexit. Signatories include former first minister Henry McLeish and former NATO general secretary Baron Robertson. Here is the letter, as published in The Herald: WE come from a broad range of sectors across our society – business, education, law, politics, public services, unions, NGOs and more. We see our society, economy and politics becoming ever more undermined due to the impact of Brexit....

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Vote Leave director says leaving may be an ‘error’

Dominic Cummings, the director of the official leave campaign during last year’s EU referendum in the UK, now admits #brexit could be a mistake: Lots! I said before REF was dumb idea, other things shdve been tried 1st. In some possible branches of the future leaving will be an error   — odysseanproject (@odysseanproject) July 3, 2017 He also said the referendum was a “dumb idea”. Mr Cummings was responding to a questions from Financial Times journalist David Allan Green on Twitter when he made the admission. As leader of the official leave campaign, Cummings was responsible for the now-infamous...

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UK voter registration closes midnight May 22nd

Voters only have until midnight on Monday to register to vote. It takes just three minutes.  If you want to vote in the upcoming UK election you must register to vote by midnight Monday 22 May. Register to vote here or find out more below. Register in less time than it takes to make a cup of tea! Take back control Who can vote? Anyone 18 or over at the time of the election on 18 June. British citizens living in the UK. A citizen of the Republic of Ireland living in the UK. Are you a Commonwealth citizen? See if you are eligible to vote...

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The disastrous #brexit dinner

Jean-Claude Juncker has reportedly said May is ‘deluded’ and ‘in another galaxy’ after a disastrous #brexit dinner between the two. The dinner between the EU Commission President and UK Prime Minister took place in London last Wednesday, April 25th, with senior members of the UK and EU negotiating teams also present. German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine has now published an article showing just how badly the dinner went. Jeremy Cliffe, Berlin Bureau Chief at the Economist, posted an incredible summary: 1) May had said she wanted to talk not just Brexit but also world problems; but in practice it fell to Juncker...

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