Ministers need to "copy and paste" EU laws into UK law to avoid a legal "black hole" when Brexit happens.
Let's see how ell this goes then!
READ IN FULL: Leaked European Parliament's Draft Resolution Response https://t.co/JBmWzdJfvL pic.twitter.com/lYHRxeADtA— Guido Fawkes (@GuidoFawkes) March 29, 2017
FARAGE: Letter to go to every house in Clacton to recall Carswell for a by-election. https://t.co/t0YPnCmOOw— Westmonster (@WestmonsterUK) March 26, 2017
“The London Stock Exchange Group via the London Clearing House operates a very successful clearing business and is currently licensed to operate in for example, in what I believe could be frankly the only logical alternative to London, if that came to pass, and that is the New York market.”
EU TOLD BY BRITAIN THAT IT WILL ANNOUNCE ON MONDAY IT WILL TRIGGER ART.50 EXIT CLAUSE ON MARCH 29 - SOURCES— MineForNothing (@minefornothing) March 20, 2017
THERESA MAY WILL TRIGGER ARTICLE 50 NEXT WEDNESDAY: CITYAM— zerohedge (@zerohedge) March 20, 2017
That feeling when the Swedes have done more thinking on how to mitigate Brexit's impact than we have. https://t.co/f2uHnD45Hl pic.twitter.com/NfiaPVhMiA— Samuel Lowe (@SamuelMarcLowe) March 16, 2017
"Since no solution can be identified that would mean that the flow of goods could flow as smoothly as today, it is a question of minimising and mitigating the negative effects of the UK's exit. From a business perspective, it is crucial to shorten as far as possible the period during which there is uncertainty about what will apply."
PM's Brexit speech: "I am equally clear that no deal for Britain is better than a bad deal for Britain"— Paul Waugh (@paulwaugh) March 15, 2017
Also likes to 'look at the evidence' https://t.co/dEZBw8DMJg
Brexit Secretary David Davis: no deal with EU is 'by no means' the worst option— Olly Barratt (@ollybarratt) March 15, 2017