eu referendum

Extending the Brexit process will lift uncertainty in Westminster, but will do little to reassure businesses and consumers there is light at the end of the tunnel
For millions of Europeans like me, today is a difficult watershed moment – settled status will no doubt create a new Windrush generation
A political solution to Brexit is not simple but must, at the very least, involve us and let us for ourselves
Not only would this end the panic, leavers would have the opportunity to go away and come back with a genuine plan
There is no outright majority for any Brexit plan – so why don't MPs rank their options in order of preference?
'Nobody asked for the 2016 referendum'? False, the Conservatives won a majority in 2015 with a manifesto promise to hold a vote on the EU
When 52% of the UK voted to leave the EU on 23 June 2016, it kick-started months, then years of revolt. For some, however, protests were not enough. They took their objections to the highest levels and challenged the actual legality of Brexit.
Prescriptions rose by more than 13% compared with other drugs.
Questions raised over "true circumstances" of funding arrangement.
A decision to hold a referendum could happen very quickly, with precious little time to discuss the details - but there are complex issues to grapple with