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Brexit update - Why take the risk of No Deal?

The heightened rhetoric of the past few days, from talk of collaborators, saboteurs and government of national unity, prompt me to set out what I believe are today’s risks, from one who voted to Remain in the EU, but has accepted the result and voted accordingly in Parliament to leave with a deal

Brexit and politics update - mid August 2019

Traditionally this is a quiet time for Westminster watchers. Most MPs are on holiday, much of the press and media who cover us are also away, as of course are many of our constituents.

'No deal' Brexit and proroguing Parliament

A number of constituents have emailed me recently about 'no deal' Brexit. As I have previously made clear, I share the concerns about a ‘no deal’ Brexit, and have consistently opposed the idea.

Brexit Update....Pause (29.05.19)

Before attempting to digest the European Elections, let me say a word about Prime Minister Theresa May, who announced her departure last week.

Brexit update

As the Westminster week ends, and we have a brief recess, I think we have reached a significant further stage of the Brexit process.

Letter from the Prime Minister

Dear constituents

I thought you would like to see this letter from the PM about leaving the EU.

As I have previously made clear, I support leaving the EU with an agreement.

I intend to support this latest attempt.

Rt Hon Alistair Burt MP