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MIL-OSI UK: Five things we just learned from May’s Brexit statement

Published By   /  December 11, 2018  /  Brexit, English, Featured, Jeremy Corbyn, Labour, Labour List UK, MIL-OSI, News, no deal, Open Source Intel, Theresa May, UK Politics  /  Comments Off on MIL-OSI UK: Five things we just learned from May’s Brexit statement

Source: Labour List UK 1. The government will delay the vote via “discourteous” means. In a clear example of why Labour wanted to keep John Bercow in his place despite bullying allegations, the Speaker put on show his interventionist style again by warning that it would be “discourteous” for the government not to put the […]

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MIL-OSI UK: Prime Minister Should Go and Go Now

Published By   /  December 11, 2018  /  Brexit, English, MIL-OSI, Northern Ireland, Open Source Intel, Traditional Unionist Voice, UK Politics  /  Comments Off on MIL-OSI UK: Prime Minister Should Go and Go Now

Source: Traditional Unionist Voice – Northern Ireland Statement by TUV leader Jim Allister:- “Mrs May’s humiliating climb down highlights her folly in trying to push ahead with a deal that will never fly in Parliament. But, clearly, she has learned nothing because all she is now talking about is “assurances”, which will be meaningless in […]

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MIL-OSI UK: Pro-remain parties – ‘pressing need for the backstop to be banked’

Published By   /  December 11, 2018  /  Backstop, Brexit, Clare Bailey, English, MIL-OSI, News, Northern Ireland, Open Source Intel, The Green Party in Northern Ireland, UK Politics, Withdrawal agreement  /  Comments Off on MIL-OSI UK: Pro-remain parties – ‘pressing need for the backstop to be banked’

Source: The Green Party in Northern Ireland Monday 10 December 2018Statement from the pro-remain parties: “The four Remain parties, Sinn Féin, SDLP, Alliance and Green Party continue to believe that there is no such thing as a good Brexit and our preference is for no Brexit at all. We recognise that the majority of people, […]

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MIL-OSI UK: What does a delayed meaningful vote mean for Labour?

Published By   /  December 11, 2018  /  Brexit, English, Featured, Labour, Labour List UK, Labour Party, meaningful vote, MIL-OSI, News, Open Source Intel, UK Politics  /  Comments Off on MIL-OSI UK: What does a delayed meaningful vote mean for Labour?

Source: Labour List UK Faced with a huge historic defeat in the Commons, it would seem Theresa May has opted to pull the meaningful vote on her Brexit deal. It was due to take place tomorrow, but reportedly the Prime Minister told cabinet in an emergency conference call that the vote is off. It is […]

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MIL-OSI UK: Revoking Article 50, pulling the vote and Corbyn’s second referendum stance

Published By   /  December 11, 2018  /  Article 50, Brexit, English, Europe, Featured, Jeremy Corbyn, Labour, Labour List UK, Labour Party, MIL-OSI, morning email, News, Open Source Intel, Rosena Allin-Khan, Theresa May, UK Politics  /  Comments Off on MIL-OSI UK: Revoking Article 50, pulling the vote and Corbyn’s second referendum stance

Source: Labour List UK Sign up to LabourList’s morning email for everything Labour, every weekday morning. This morning it was confirmed by the European Court of Justice that the UK can unilaterally revoke Article 50, remaining an EU member state “under terms that are unchanged”. Basically, it’s been made easier to stop Brexit. This will […]

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MIL-OSI UK: Highlights: Corbyn’s Brexit interview with Peston

Published By   /  December 10, 2018  /  Brexit, English, Featured, ITV, Jeremy Corbyn, Labour List UK, MIL-OSI, News, Open Source Intel, Robert Peston, UK Politics, Video  /  Comments Off on MIL-OSI UK: Highlights: Corbyn’s Brexit interview with Peston

Source: Labour List UK In an interview with ITV’s Robert Peston, Jeremy Corbyn talked about Theresa May’s Brexit deal, another referendum and a vote of no confidence. Here are the highlights. 1. On when Labour will call a no-confidence vote in the government… Under the Fixed-Term Parliaments Act, an early election can only be held: […]

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MIL-OSI UK: TUC takes a stand against Theresa May’s Brexit deal in letter to MPs

Published By   /  December 8, 2018  /  Alison McGovern, Brexit, English, Featured, final deal, France O'Grady, Labour List UK, MIL-OSI, News, Open Source Intel, TUC, UK Politics, Workers Rights  /  Comments Off on MIL-OSI UK: TUC takes a stand against Theresa May’s Brexit deal in letter to MPs

Source: Labour List UK The general secretary of the Trades Union Congress (TUC), Frances O’Grady, sent members of parliament a letter, explaining why the unions will not be supporting the final Brexit deal and why they shouldn’t either. O’Grady shared a copy of the open letter on her Twitter page on Friday, adding that “this […]

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MIL-OSI UK: Corbyn’s alternative Brexit, the jilted TV debate and opposing Tommy Robinson

Published By   /  December 8, 2018  /  Artin Giles, Backstop, Brexit, English, Featured, Guardian, Jeremy Corbyn, Labour, Labour List UK, LYL, MIL-OSI, morning email, News, Open Source Intel, Tommy Robinson, UK Politics  /  Comments Off on MIL-OSI UK: Corbyn’s alternative Brexit, the jilted TV debate and opposing Tommy Robinson

Source: Labour List UK Sign up to LabourList’s morning email for everything Labour, every weekday morning. Jeremy Corbyn has laid his cards on the table with a Guardian op-ed, which covers why Labour is opposed to Theresa May’s deal and what its alternative plan would look like. The Labour leader argues that the deal on […]

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MIL-OSI UK: The key bone of contention exposed by McDonnell in the Brexit debate today

Published By   /  December 7, 2018  /  Backstop, Brexit, Brexit deal, English, Europe, Featured, Jeremy Corbyn, John McDonnell, Labour, Labour List UK, MIL-OSI, News, Northern Ireland, Open Source Intel, UK Politics  /  Comments Off on MIL-OSI UK: The key bone of contention exposed by McDonnell in the Brexit debate today

Source: Labour List UK The economy is the subject of the Brexit debate on Day Three. Accordingly, Philip Hammond opened, and his words were entirely predictable. Hemmed in by Treasury forecasts that show any form of Brexit will make the UK worse off than it would be remaining in the EU, Hammond had no choice […]

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