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Brexit Flextension agreed to 31 January 2020

The EU have agreed to a three month Brexit extension with 31 January 2020 being cited as the “new leave date”. In a tweet, Donald Tusk, President of the European Council stated “ The EU27 has agreed that it will accept the UK’s request for a Brexit flextention 31 January …

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Brexit, is a deal about to be struck?

We have been reporting on Brexit for group members ever since the referendum took place three and a half years ago. Always a contentious issue, the Brexit deadline is only two weeks away, but as yet there’s still no confirmed deal. Boris Johnson, UK Prime Minister has been in discussions …

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Suspension of Parliament unlawful

This morning the Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that the decision to suspend parliament until 14 October by the UK Prime Minister was unlawful Eleven Supreme Court justices looked at the legality by the Prime Minister to prorogue parliament, for an extended period. The Prime Minister also gave advice to the …

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Court rules Parliament suspension unlawful

Since taking on the premiership, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson hasn’t had the easiest time. The UK is extremely focused on Brexit right now and the situation is changing on a daily basis. At the start of this week there were a number of votes in Parliament relating to Brexit. …

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No-deal extension on Air travel.

In a the case of a “no – deal” Brexit Uk airlines will continue to travel into EU countries. For now the scenario is that the European Commission has extended its previous decision until 24th October, 2020. “With eight weeks to go until the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European …

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PM asks Queen to suspend Parliament

The Prime Minister Boris Johnson has asked the Queen to suspend Parliament from 9th September to the 14th October. This will likely prevent UK MPs from being able to stop a No Deal Brexit. Many MPs are unhappy about the move. More information to follow.

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