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News and Press Releases

Prime Minister accused of trivialising chronically ill in speech criticising “sick note culture”
The Prime Minister has been accused of giving up on tackling the huge challenges facing the NHS and trivialising people with chronic conditions following remarks he made this morning.
Sunak must restore opportunities for young Brits as EU calls for EU-UK youth mobility scheme
The European Commission has proposed to open negotiations on a reciprocal youth mobility scheme between the EU and the UK
Labour to seek more structured EU-UK foreign policy partnership
Today it was reported that the Labour Party would seek to attend meetings of EU Foreign Affairs Council if they win the next general election.
Inflation falls but artificial Brexit pressures remain
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) releases new figures showing inflation fell in the month of March
No IDea: 5 million set to be disenfranchised by new voter ID rules saving top Tories
Devastating new polling suggests that millions could be prevented from voting due to lack of  public awareness of new voter ID regulations
New data shows tactical voting key to a Tory-free decade
New data reveals millions are ready to vote tactically to deliver a change of Government at the next election and could be the key to keeping the Conservative Party out of power for the next decade.
"Planets align" as EU body advises EU-UK Youth Mobility Scheme & UK Erasmus participation
An official EU advisory body has backed two key Best for Britain campaign goals; a UK-EU Youth Mobility Scheme and the reintegration of the UK into the Erasmus+ programme.
Tories set for disaster as mega-poll and analysis puts the party under 100 seats
A new mega-poll and analysis shows Tory electoral prospects have hit record lows, with the party on track for their worst ever election result, winning fewer than 100 seats at...
Top Government figures more likely to share misleading content
New analysis suggests that top Government accounts are more likely to be caught sharing false or misleading information online than those belonging to the official opposition.
Rwanda bill must be abandoned not amended
Today the Government's Safety of Rwanda Bill undergoes a second set of amendment votes to end the report stage in the House of Lords.  
Spring Budget: Tories out of time and out of taxpayer money
The Government is facing fresh calls for an early General Election after the Chancellor delivered the Spring Budget in the House of Commons today.
Best for Britain CEO named among most influential women in Westminster
Naomi Smith, CEO of Best for Britain and founder of tactical voting site GetVoting, has made this year’s Women in Westminster: the 100
Budget-busting £125bn blown by Government’s scandalous spending
The Government is facing fresh calls for an early General Election as new figures reveal they have blown over £125 billion in scandalous spending since 2019.
Britain’s visas system has more holes than a Swiss cheese
The Home Office has this morning published new quarterly migration statistics. 
One in five less likely to buy Brexit branded produce in fresh blow for farmers
New polling shows almost one in five people are less likely to buy products labelled “Not for EU” which will be a requirement on all British meat and dairy produce from October 2024.
Sunak’s sop can’t undo record of selling out farmers
Rishi Sunak unveils package of measures to help farmers hit by post-Brexit turmoil.
By-elections could mask closer General Election races
Today voters go to the polls in Tory-held Kingswood and Wellingborough.
Enormous poll shows strong majority want change at the next election
A major new poll suggests that time could soon be up for the Tories, with a majority of Brits in favour of a change of Government.
Northern Ireland: UK Government must not introduce new instability with Rwanda Bill
Sir Jeffrey Donaldson has announced that the DUP has endorsed a deal to return to power-sharing government.
Sunak must call election as Peers vote against Rwanda plan
The House of Lords dealt a blow to the Government’s Rwanda policy which could significantly delay the plan to deport asylum seekers to the country,