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London Evening Standard  - London Dots profile
London Evening Standard »
43 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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New Statesman  - London Dots profile
New Statesman »
3 hours ago
Ministers say they won’t be binding – but that doesn’t mean they won’t have political force.
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London Evening Standard  - London Dots profile
London Evening Standard »
3 hours ago
Labour MP Virendra Sharma has become the latest politician to lose a vote of no confidence tabled by local party members. The MP for Ealing Southall lost by 41 votes to 18 in a row over him allegedly not attending his constituency meetings for almost two years. The motion against him was tabled by Left-wing activist Rheian Davies, who is a local organiser for Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign group Momentum. She said the move against Mr Sharma came from all sides of the party and she laid the motion on behalf of union delegate branch Unite’s legal workers.» more
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London Evening Standard  - London Dots profile
London Evening Standard »
3 hours ago
Theresa May was hurtling towards a clash with Parliament today as ministers said she could simply ignore the landmark Commons votes on a new Brexit plan. Hours after the Prime Minister was humiliated when MPs voted to seize control of Brexit last night, senior Cabinet ministers said the Government would not commit to honouring the outcome.» more
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3 hours ago
After another chaotic night in the House of Commons, MPs voted on an amendment to take control of the parliamentary timetable, in a move that hasn’t been seen in over a century. There were 29 Tory MPs who rebelled against their party by voting for the amendment. Now a series of votes will be taken in the House of Commons, starting on Wednesday, which will put forward amendments to the withdrawal agreement. They could include a second referendum or a Norway-style deal which would leave the UK in the customs union.» more
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New Statesman  - London Dots profile
New Statesman »
4 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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Daily Mail  - London Dots profile
Daily Mail »
4 hours ago
Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn are plumbing record-breaking new depths in their personal polling - while polls show more voters think Britain's political 'system is broken'.
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Arsenal »
4 hours ago
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Wolverhampton Wanderers FC v Arsenal FC Premier League Molineux Stadium Wednesday 24th April 2019 Kick Off: 19:45

Discounted Premier League away tickets We are delighted to remind our loyal travelling supporters you will be paying only £26 for each Premier League match this coming season. We are a providing a further £4 discount on all away match tickets, in addition to the £30 cap on away tickets voted for by all Premier League clubs.

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Watford Observer  - London Dots profile
Watford Observer »
4 hours ago
Following his resignation as business minister last night, Richard Harrington says he would back no Brexit over no deal.
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The Sun  - London Dots profile
The Sun »
4 hours ago
MPs backed plans to hold a number of indicative votes to determine the course of Brexit. The motion was passed by 329 votes to 302 and means they can now take control of the Brexit process. How did each party vote? The amendment was tabled by Sir Oliver Letwin, a Conservative MP, and Hilary Benn, […]» more
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London Evening Standard »
4 hours ago
Theresa May has been dealt a huge blow as three ministers stepped down to vote against the government on the handling of the Brexit process. Pro-EU business minister Richard Harrington, Foreign Office minister Alistair Burt and Health minister Steve Brine all resigned amid key votes on Monday night, a Government source confirmed. News of their resignations came as MPs began voting on amendments in the Commons, including one tabled by Sir Oliver Letwin in a bid to force a series of indicative votes.» more
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