Cross-party statement on People's Vote and revoking Article 50

Cross-party statement on People's Vote and revoking Article 50

Following cross-party talks, opposition parties have called for a People's Vote to be a priority and to keep the option to revoke Article 50 on the table to avoid a no-deal Brexit.In a joint statement, Vince Cable, Liz Saville Roberts, Ian Blackford, Chuka Umunna and Caroline Lucas said:

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Gloucestershire Lib Dems marching for a people’s vote

Gloucestershire Lib Dems marching for a people’s vote

This Saturday, hundreds of people from Gloucestershire are expected to join the hundreds of thousands from across the country that are set to descend on Parliament Square to demand a People’s Vote.

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PM must not be allowed to waste more parliamentary time

PM must not be allowed to waste more parliamentary time

Responding to the decision by Commons Speaker John Bercow to rule out the Conservative Government holding another vote on its previously rejected Brexit agreement if the motion remains "substantially the same", Liberal Democrat Brexit Spokesperson Tom Brake said:

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Labour cannot keep playing both sides on Brexit

Labour cannot keep playing both sides on Brexit

Liberal Democrat Brexit spokesperson Tom Brake has warned that the Labour leadership “cannot keep playing both sides and get away with it” after John McDonnell suggested Labour would support a People’s Vote, if the Prime Minister does not support Jeremy Corbyn’s demands.

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Cheltenham MP makes over £16,000 from his second job

 Cheltenham MP makes over £16,000 from his second job

According to House of Commons records, Cheltenham's Tory MP declared £16,293 of earnings from his second job doing legal work between August and November last year – a period of just four months. For that money he worked 97 hours as a barrister, the equivalent of almost a day a week over the period.

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