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News and Press Releases

Britain isn’t buying it: Retail sales fall again under this Government
The news that retail sales have dropped by 2.3% comes just two days after the Prime Minister claimed economic success and called the General Election.
Immigration good for UK as Home Office celebrates fall in health workers
New figures published today by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show a 10% fall in net migration to the UK last year.  
Help Best for Britain deliver a knock out blow at this election
Best for Britain has officially launched our General Election Crowdfunder giving you a way to help us deliver the heaviest defeat possible for the Government and keep the Tories out of power for a generation.
Tactical voting can keep Tories out for a generation
The Prime Minister has confirmed that a General Election will be held on 4 July.
High Court ruling against new protest rules is a victory for democracy
Relief after London’s High Court found that the Government’s new anti-protest rules are unlawful.
Campaigners call for SPS agreement amid more border chaos
Campaigners have criticised further delays at post-Brexit border checkpoints and called for an SPS agreement. 
Government advisors debunk Tory narrative on international students
The Government’s immigration advisory body has found there is no evidence of foreign students abusing UK graduate visas, despite Tory claims that the route is being exploited.
British classic battered as Chinese revealed as the nation’s favourite takeaway
First of its kind constituency level polling and analysis reveals favourite takeaways in every British constituency
The plan isn’t working: Government celebrates economy after 14 years of stagnation
The Government is facing fierce criticism from campaigners after celebrating the state of the economy.  
Support for closer EU-UK ties rock solid as half of all voters want rapprochement
New data from Best for Britain’s Spring Megapoll shows that the strong desire among voters for closer EU-UK cooperation remains steady with half of all respondents wanting closer ties with the bloc.
Local elections clearest signal yet that this government's days could be numbered
Campaigners are encouraging people in marginal constituencies to vote tactically at the next general election to deliver an even heavier defeat to Rishi Sunak's Government after their dismal performance in the recent local elections.
Borderline chaos: campaigners call for alignment amid border check confusion
Campaigners have criticised the Government for its handling of post-Brexit border checks and called for beneficial regulatory alignment with the EU.
The Read Wall: Labour now more popular among readers of Tory backing newspapers
New polling published today by Best for Britain suggests that some Conservative-leaning news outlets are out of step with their audience as more readers plan to vote Labour than Tory at the next General Election.
Rwanda Plan must be the last spiteful act of Sunak’s Government
The Safety of Rwanda Bill which was drafted in response to a UK Supreme Court ruling enshrines in law that Rwanda is a safe country despite any and all evidence to the contrary.
Rwanda Plan: Public have lost patience with Sunak
Rishi Sunak holds surprise press conference on Rwanda ahead of crunch votes on his plan to deport refugees to Rwanda
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