Brexit is too big a deal for the British people not to have a proper, informed vote. It’s the only way to fight against the discrimination that Brexit has spawned
Body responsible for anything 'which threatens serious damage to human welfare' instructed to assess impact of UK crashing out of EU without a deal
Since the Brexit referendum, we have all discovered many more reasons why leaving the EU will be immensely damaging to Wales. With catastrophe approaching, now is the time to be brave
My son’s care in Italy is in stark contrast to the recent experience of an Italian teenager while on an English course in the UK in July. And after Brexit, it’s unclear how he would have been treated at all – travel insurance does not cover the same things as the EHIC
Foreign secretary also hints the government would consider EU proposals that demanded accepting European environmental and social legislation
Exclusive: Major union joins the campaign as The Independent also teams up with People's Vote for mass march in London
How will the UK continue to secure a consistent supply of medical radioisotopes for cancer treatment once we leave the EU? Could the introduction of a separate regulatory system for medicines in the UK lead to patients facing delays of up to 24 months to access lifesaving drugs?
Consumers expect to see more stores closing down following raft of closures from high street names in recent months
Exclusive: Doctors have a duty to set out the harm of crashing out of the EU and this is not scaremongering, union says
Pollster Peter Kellner says survey suggests both Jeremy Corbyn and Nicola Sturgeon's party are 'in the wrong place with most of their supporters'
A poll this week found 60 per cent agreed with the statement, ‘Right now, I no longer care how or when we leave the European Union, I just want it all over and done with’
By not consulting young people on Brexit, Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn are playing the dangerous game of turning one of the most powerful future voting blocs against them
Radical, inclusive politics should be much more than a critique of those at the top; it needs to be an ongoing debate over who ‘we’ are and how ‘we’ can be empowered
Liberal Democrat leader expected to dismiss concerns from Brexiteer 'fanatics' that there is no time for legislation for a fresh vote to be pushed through the Commons
Not being seen as the establishment was key to Leave’s success in the 2016 referendum
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