Writing ahead of today's Opposition Day Debate on the terms of Brexit, Labour MP Pat McFadden says both Remain and Leave voters have an interest in MPs scrutinising the Government's plans.
Dr Sue Prince & Dr Kubo Mačák who teach constitutional law at the University of Exeter, set the context for the Supreme Court case this week which they describe as 'the most important constitutional case of our generation'.
In the first of a series of upcoming articles analysing the impact of Brexit on the Natural Environment, Dods Monitoring’s Environment Consultant Ben Rayner assesses if Brexit will provide a golden opportunity to revolutionise animal welfare.
The Bar Council has warned that the UK economy and London’s position as the leading centre for dispute resolution will suffer if Brexit negotiations do not ensure that UK court judgments are enforceable in EU Member States, once Britain leaves the European Union.
Faversham and Mid Kent MP Helen Whately calls on the Government to introduce a new Seasonal Agricultural Workers Scheme [SAWS] after the previous one was abolished in 2013 or face seeing many British farmers going out of business.
Former Chair of the House of Lords EU Energy & Environment Sub Committee writes following a debate this week on the Committee's recent report 'Responding to price volatility: creating a more resilient agricultural sector'.
Prior to the first Autumn Statement since the UK voted to leave the European Union, FDA General Secretary Dave Penman outlines what the civil service needs from the Government in order to successfully deliver Brexit.
Ahead of his debate, Labour MP Chuka Umunna writes for PoliticsHome saying that if 'Brexit means Brexit' then the flagship pledge of £350m to the NHS must be realised.
Chairman of the Bar Council, Chantal-Aimée Doerries QC, has today highlighted the vital role of the judiciary in upholding the rule of law following yesterday’s High Court judgment on Article 50.
NOAH has set out the priorities needed to deliver a thriving animal health sector following the UK’s exit from the EU.
Former Shadow Chancellor Chris Leslie MP writes ahead of the Commons debate today which he has tabled with Liz Kendall MP on the 'effect of the UK leaving the EU on financial and other professional services'.
Chairman of the Bar, Chantal-Aimée Doerries QC today attended a roundtable on Brexit negotiations hosted by Rt Hon David Davis MP, Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, with UK professional and business services leaders.
Former Conservative MEP Stanley Johnson, Co-Chairman of Environmentalists for Europe, writes about how the UK will maintain environmental standards once it has formally left the European Union.
Ahead of his debate on funding for Wales after Brexit, Labour MP Stephen Kinnock lays out his demands for the Government.
Which?’s Director of Campaigns & Communications writes to mark the Prime Minister’s first 100 days in office and calls on her to ensure that consumers are ‘put right at the heart’ of the Brexit negotiations.
Former Conservative minister John Penrose writes for PoliticsHome lays out the opportunities for the UK following Brexit.
The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and the British Veterinary Association have written to Theresa May to set out their concerns about Brexit
North Cornwall MP Scott Mann wants 'the EU's Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) and Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) torn up the day that our Article 50 negotiations are concluded'.
Richard Beresford, chief executive of the National Federation of Builders (NFB), explains why the Government should take more time before triggering Article 50 and start negotiations to leave the European Union.
Welsh Labour MP Madeleine Moon MP writes ahead of her debate today on ‘Policies, strategies and funding for environmental protection’ in light of the EU referendum.
Chair of the APPG on Visitor Economy and Tory MP Nigel Huddleston spoke to PoliticsHome about tourism post Brexit ahead of his Westminster Hall debate.
Responding to the report by Oliver Wyman and The City UK on the impact of Brexit on the financial sector, Chris Cummings, Chief Executive Officer at the Investment Association, commented:
The Mineral Products Association (MPA) has published an initial review of the potential consequences of Brexit, focussing on key areas of interest for the mineral products sector.
Heathrow has claimed they are able to offer a comprehensive plan to get UK regions connected to growth quicker and give all of Britain a ‘Brexit boost’.