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Brexit is one of most spectacular mistakes in EU history, says Tusk Exclusive: Donald Tusk says it would still be better for both sides if UK stayed in EU.

We need to talk about A/B testing: Brexit, attack ads and the election campaign A central approach is via negative campaigning. This uses negative content to attack the opposition, and can lead to a more negative campaign environment, reducing voter turnout and increasing radicalised politics. In the past, negative advertising was much harder to use.

General election: Four ex-Brexit party MEPs explain why they now think Farage putting Brexit at risk – live news Parties out in force during final stretch ahead of 12 December vote, after two days of Nato drama.

4 Brexit Party MEPs ditch Nigel Farage and back Conservatives LONDON - The Brexit Party was plunged into chaos when four of its MEPs resigned to back the Conservative Party in the general election.

Brexit Party resignations: James O'Brien and Theo Usherwood's instant reaction This is James O'Brien's instant reaction to the announcement by leading Brexit Party MEPs that they are quitting the party and urging voters to back the Conservatives. The four, including Jacob Rees-Mogg's sister Anunnziata, stated it is the best way to get Brexit done.

How do trade agreements affect immigration policy? How do trade agreements affect domestic immigration policy? Once the UK leaves the EU's Single Market, the constraints placed on its immigration policy by EU membership will no longer apply. The Conservatives have signalled their desire for a UK-EU Free Trade Agreement, and an end to EU free movement of people.

Nish Kumar Booed Off Stage There was a tragedy yesterday at Park Lane's swanky Grosvenor House, left-wing comedian Nish Kumar tried his student union calibrated Mash Report material out on a crowd of middle-aged cricket fans. The audience responded with boos, jeers and calls for him to leave when he riffed on Brexit.

Council and 'unknown persons' put pressure on George Galloway campaign A large poster for George Galloway's election campaign is upsetting Labour party bigwigs and council bosses so much, they have demanded it be taken down. This comes hot on the heels of schools refusing to host campaign meetings, insisting they had to 'be neutral' and pubs alleging they had been put under pressure to cancel meetings.

Four Brexit Party MEPs quit the party to endorse the Conservatives at the election Four Brexit Party MEPs have dramatically resigned their party whip today in order to back the Conservative Party at the General Election. The quartet are:.

Three MEPs quit Brexit party to back Conservatives Farage ‘disappointed’ as Annunziata Rees-Mogg, Lance Forman and Lucy Harris resign whip.

Boris Johnson's Brexit election is all about trust, writes Robert Peston Read Boris Johnson's Brexit election is all about trust, writes Robert Peston latest on ITV News. All the Politics news.

Britain's most Brexit town speaks out over general election… and they do NOT hold back BOSTON, a small town in Lincolnshire, had the highest percentage of people voting Leave in the whole of Britain during the 2016 EU referendum. The residents of the town told talkRADIO their array of views regarding the upcoming general election - and they did not hold back.

Brexit expert claims Lib Dem policy to revoke Article 50 ‘could end up in courts’ THE LIBERAL DEMOCRATS have claimed they would revoke Article 50 and cancel Brexit if they won a majority in the upcoming general election – but this could end up in the courts as lawyers cannot decide on how it would be done, a Brexit expert told

Brexit will ultimately destabilise Europe, historians fear Arguably the most important aspect of this general election's ongoing debate on Brexit is being almost completely ignored, according to new research.

Brexit shock: Why Yellow Vest organiser claims Britain's departure could lead to 'Frexit' BREXIT is the right decision for Britain and has helped to put “Frexit” on the political agenda in France, according to one of the leading organisers of the French Yellow Vests.

Brexit underlines perils of populist politics The Brexit vote laid bare the very essence of populist politics. First, it demonstrated that calling a national referendum is an incredibly dangerous wager. A referendum may yield a decision that shapes the very fate of the nation, but this decision cannot be enacted into law by Parliament.

Strengthening interparliamentary relations in the UK: first steps and possible future directions Jack Sheldon and Hedydd Phylip discuss potential improvements to interparliamentary relations among the UK's four legislatures, in the first blog from our Parliaments: Coming of Age? conference.

What the Liberal Democrats are saying they will do for women In the lead up to the general election on December 12th, we will be detailing what each of the main political parties are promising to do for women. Next up, the Liberal Democrats party.

Brexit or no Brexit! Sturgeon refuses to back down over independence demands NICOLA STURGEON admitted she is planning to pursue her plans for an independent Scotland even if Brexit is stopped.

Thursday morning news briefing: Tax cuts for millions within days of Brexit If you want to receive twice-daily briefings like this by email, sign up to the Front Page newsletter here.

After all that, here comes Brexit Well I think 2019 has been a terrible year. Oil and gas has done OK-ish with a few new finds and some very interesting developments coming through from Hurricane Energy and Equinor, but efforts to push forward the transition to clean energy have been pretty darn pathetic.

General Election South East Cornwall candidates on Brexit, fishing and farming With less than two weeks to go before voting starts in the General Election we have asked all candidates in Cornwall for their views on a number of different subjects. Here we ask the candidates standing in St Ives for their views on two subjects - Brexit and farming and fishing.

General election 2019: Nigel Farage hits out at ex-Brexit Party MEPs over Tory support These are external links and will open in a new window. Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has hit out at three MEPs who quit the party and are now urging voters to back the Conservatives in the election. He told the BBC that Annunziata Rees-Mogg, Lance Forman and Lucy Harris had strong personal links to the Tories.

Brexit Party MEPs abandon Farage to back Tories in election Annunziata Rees-Mogg one of three MEPs to row in behind Johnson’s ‘get Brexit done’.

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