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London Evening Standard  - London Dots profile
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30 minutes ago
MPs last night backed an amendment that allows them to take control of Commons business and stage a series of "indicative" votes on the way forward on Brexit. Here are the different options that MPs will vote on tomorrow:  Common Market 2.0 AKA the Norway-Plus model, it means a soft Brexit and a close economic relationship with the EU, staying in the EEA, keeping the single market and the “plus” of staying in the border-free customs union.» more
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Secret London »
2 hours ago
Looking to escape London for a few days? We've found cheap flights to some of Europe's coolest cities - so get booking these fun summer getaways!
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New Statesman  - London Dots profile
New Statesman »
2 hours ago
Ministers say they won’t be binding – but that doesn’t mean they won’t have political force.
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Daily Mail  - London Dots profile
Daily Mail »
3 hours ago
The controversial copyright law was approved by 348 to 274. It will force YouTube, Google and Facebook to take responsibility for copyrighted material posted on their platforms
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New Statesman  - London Dots profile
New Statesman »
3 hours ago
It is not just that the war generation is positive towards integration, but that the two following generations are particularly hostile to it.
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This is Local London »
3 hours ago
A community group has welcomed funding to help EU nationals living in London apply for settled status – but is worried many could “fall through the cracks” and be deported.
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The Sun »
5 hours ago
JACOB Rees-Mogg today suggested he will back the PM’s Brexit deal, admitting: “The choice seems to be Mrs May’s deal or no Brexit.” The leading Brexiteer warned that if the existing deal is killed off, Britain will end up staying in the EU for good. The move comes as a boost for Theresa May’s chances […]» more
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Metro »
6 hours ago
As we ready ourselves for another hectic week in Parliament, here's what you need to know.
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London Evening Standard  - London Dots profile
London Evening Standard »
9 hours ago
Britain's national newspapers have given their verdicts after MPs voted to seize control of the Brexit agenda. Last night’s vote, and the resignation of three ministers, fuelled speculation over an impending general election. Three pro-EU ministers quit the Government and Theresa May acknowledged she still did not have enough support for her deal to justify a third "meaningful vote".» more
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Daily Mail »
13 hours ago
From the moment she became Prime Minister in July 2016, Theresa May has fought with astounding commitment to honour the result of the EU referendum which took place the previous month.
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Daily Mail »
13 hours ago
Warning that ‘no deal’ was now ‘increasingly likely’, the European Commission issued an update saying that UK nationals would get their passports stamped when arriving and leaving the continent.» more
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London Evening Standard »
14 hours ago
The vast majority of Britain believes the Government has handled Brexit negotiations poorly, a damning poll has found. A staggering 81 per cent of the country thought ministers have so far done a bad job in EU-divorce talks, the study suggested. That’s compared to just 7 per cent of Britons who said the opposite was true, the NatCen Social Research poll showed.» more
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