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PM response - without it Parliament is stuck
Responding to the Prime Minister's statement this afternoon, Best for Britain champion David Lammy MP said:
No deal cash is a 'unnecessary scam' - MP
Today’s Government Cabinet meeting is focused on the subject of ‘no deal’. The Treasury have announced an additional £2 billion spend on no deal preparations and businesses are being instructed...
Best for Britain response to PM extracts
Responding to the released extracts from the Prime Minister's speech to the House of Commons tomorrow, Ian Murray, Labour MP and Best for Britain champion, said:
Liam Fox's indicative vote plan shows a govt in chaos
On Andrew Marr this morning, prominent Brexiteer Liam Fox became the first cabinet minister to be publicly in favour of an indicative vote in the Commons for a Brexit way...
2016 EU vote cost £130m but small change compared to cost of Brexit
The cost of staging the 2016 referendum that triggered Britain’s impending exit from the European Union was almost £130 million, the UK’s electoral regulator said on Friday, amidst calls from...
£344 million Brexit travel tax - Best for Britain analysis shows
The European Union is moving forward with plans to charge travellers coming from countries outside the single market a €7 “travel authorisation fee” to cross into its territory, British travellers...
Theresa May Personally Insisted That The Words “Ending Of Free Movement Of People” Be Added To The First Page Of Her Brexit Deal
Theresa May personally insisted that the words “ending of free movement of people” be added to the first page of the political declaration, the non-legally-binding part of the Brexit deal...
'Brexit vote has not cancelled Christmas' - Alex Sobel MP
MPs will not vote on Theresa May Brexit deal until after Christmas, Downing Street has announced this afternoon. Responding to the news, Best for Britain champion Alex Sobel MP said:...
Juncker tells May deal could be clarified, but 'no room whatsoever for renegotiation'
Jean-Claude Juncker, the European commission president, has said that there is “no room whatsoever for renegotiation”. Responding, Best for Britain boss Eloise Todd said:
'Another grim night' for the Prime Minister says Brake
Responding to the news that the EU has deleted some sections of its draft conclusions after listening to the Prime Minister speak this evening, Best for Britain champion Tom Brake...
Leadsom confirms Brexit debate delayed until January
In the Commons Andrea Leadsom, the leader of the Commons, announced the business for next week. It does not include a vote on the Brexit deal. Responding to the news,...
PM statement response - The Conservative party is 'gridlocked' due to Brexit
In response to the Prime Minister's statement after the results of the no confidence motion against her were announced, Best for Britain boss Eloise Todd said: 
If Tory MPs are allowed a second vote on Theresa May then why can’t the people have a second vote on Brexit?
Responding to the result of the Conservative parliamentary no confidence vote this evening, Best for Britain champion Layla Moran MP said:
PMs spokesperson hints PM may stand down before next GE
Theresa May's spokesperson hinted the prime minister would promise to step down before the next general election – even if she wins the confidence vote. Responding, Ian Murray, Labour MP...
Chancellor: Backstop 'could last as long as the Kingdom of Belgium'
The Chancellor, Phillip Hammond, has suggested the backstop contained in the Prime Minister's deal could last longer than expected.Musing on the longevity of the Irish backstop, Hammond said: "The Kingdom...
Top stars and Music Industry leaders align to trash Brexit deal
Grammy, Emmy, Brit and Oscar award-winning musicians sign letter calling for Brexit alternative Annie Lennox, Chrissie Hynde, Jamie Cullum, Paloma Faith, and David Arnold are among the names Call backed...
'Treasury Committee lands another blow on a falling Prime Minister' - Jo Stevens
The Treasury Committee this morning published its report on its report on the Withdrawal Agreement analyses produced by the Government and the Bank of England. The report criticised the Government for...
Democratic disgrace: PM could wait until 28 March to bounce MPs into voting through deal
The Prime Minister appears to have contradicted the House of Commons on procedure regarding the delayed Brexit vote, claiming the latest it could be held is the 21 January 2019....
Pulling Brexit vote is 'unprecedented and historic humiliation for Theresa May'
Responding to the news that a source has told the Press Association that Theresa May has decided to call off the Commons vote on her Brexit deal scheduled for tomorrow, Best for...
New video - Brits can still speak up!
Peep Show and Dr Who actor Ingrid Oliver and writer David Schneider have joined forces to produce a new anti-Brexit sketch for the Best for Britain campaign.