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There should be no pitting of urban Britain against suburban Britain, no young people against older people, no London against the rest of England. We made this decision together.
If you don't think you're going to get your country back, time to find another.
The 72 per cent turnout was higher than the general election, but lower than the Scottish referendum.
The Labour Party must resist the pull into a pointless, slinging match.
Brexit has overturned the City of London's financial towers.
You need businesses to create jobs, and businesses are nervy.
Margaret Hodge and Ann Coffey have submitted a motion ahead of Monday's PLP meeting.
His post-victory speech is an attempt to pivot away from Vote Leave's outlandish promises.
Investors and pension savers have taken the initial hit, but cash savers could lose out too.
Sturgeon has said that Scotland being "taken out of the EU" would be democractically unacceptable, and says legislation will be prepared to prepare for a possible referendum.
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