East Devon’s MP Sir Hugo Swire has said the Government will not cancel Brexit.
Sisters from East Devon who were part of a national rally calling for a second vote on Brexit say the country ‘voted in the dark’ in the first referendum.
Otterton pensioner Bruce Simpson says his Brexit is ‘Bruce exiting his 80s’ on Friday, March 29.
So, what happens to East Devon’s small businesses after March 29? The short answer – unless something highly unlikely has happened since this edition went to press – is that no one knows.
In his latest column, East Devon MP Sir Hugo Swire sets his sights on the newly-formed Independent Party.
‘Crucially a deal is also in Europe’s strategic interests at a time of rising geopolitical tensions.’
Sir Hugo explains why Northern Ireland is the all-important factor on whether supports the PM’s Brexit deal.
Ukip’s manifesto offers “serious, fully-costed policies” for people who “believe in Britain”, Nigel Farage said as he prepared to launch the party’s detailed programme.