Ministers have confirmed they have used taxpayers' money to produce 50 "impact studies" that look, sector-by-sector, at the likely impact of leaving the EU on the economy and society. But they are refusing to publish any of them.
Theresa May's and David Davies's hasty excursion to Brussels comes as the Office of National Statistics issues revisions to the "Blue Book" of national accounts showing the UK is worth £490billion less than previously thought. Just two weeks after Boris Johnson boasted at Tory Conference that we would need to build another Channel Tunnel because trade will be so great after Brexit, it sounds instead like it might do better as a quick exit for the money and businesses leaving our shores.
Using the most up-to-date technology and data, Best for Britain has made calls in 573 parliamentary seats on how to vote to avoid extreme Brexit and a Conservative landslide. Voters can use the tactical voting dashboard on our website to find out the best use of their vote in their own constituency. We will be monitoring close races right up to polling day, and making sure we make the right calls right up to 8 June.
Our analysis shows that there are seats across the country generally thought of as "safe" for one party or another that are actually hanging in the balance if people who have assumed there is no point in voting change their minds. For instance in Maidenhead, one of the safest Tory seats in the country, fewer than half of all eligible voters voted for the current MP, Theresa May.
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