Backers of both the Leave campaign and Boris Johnson's leadership campaign have placed £8 billion worth of bets on a no-deal Brexit and stand to make millions crashing the UK out of the EU. This is a grave conflict of interest and explains Boris Johnson's 'do or die' approach and support of no-deal
The poorest areas of Britain will lose billions of pounds in public spending after Brexit under government plans, a study is warning – while the richest areas gain. That would see Wales stripped of £2.3bn over the six years from 2021
The British Medical Association (BMA) is today warning that a no deal Brexit could have could have potentially catastrophic consequences for patients, the health workforce, services and the nation’s health.
No. Michael Gove told the Daily Mail in March: "We didn't vote to leave without a deal. That wasn't the message of the campaign I helped lead. During that campaign, we said we should do a deal with the EU"
Britain can control immigration but what drives this debate is nasty politics. The most serious damage to British community comes not from immigration but from social deterioration [austerity] and neglect