Brexit

Brexit and the EU Referendum

YP Letters: Our national broadcasters should adopt ‘Brexit-free days’

From: Max Nottingham, St Faith’s Street, Lincoln.

Opinion
Can Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn defy political gravity in the election?

YP Letters: Election call as there may be trouble ahead

From: Roger Backhouse, Upper Poppleton, York.

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Britain has started 'divorce' talks with the EU.

YP Letters: It’s a waste of our time trying to negotiate with the EU

From: Don Wood, Howden.

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Remain campaigner Anna Soubry MP continues to divide opinion.

YP Letters: Irresponsible ideologues seek to drive us to ‘hard Brexit’

From: John Cole, Oakroyd Terrace, Baildon, Shipley.

Opinion
Theresa May after stunning the country by calling a snap election.

Mark Stuart: Theresa May and her cunning election plan – what it means

UP until now, the Prime Minister has been a politician constrained. Left to clean up her predecessor’s mess on Brexit and hemmed in by her tiny majority, Theresa May has been quietly plotting a way out of this political straitjacket. By calling a General Election on June 8, she has with one bound, broken free of these constraints and now holds nearly all the aces in comparison with her political opponents.

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Will Brexit hit the economy?

YP Letters: We must be resolute against any EU obstruction of Brexit

From: Nick Martinek, Briarlyn Road, Huddersfield.

Opinion
Prime Minister Theresa May greets European Council president Donald Tusk outside 10 Downing Street, London, ahead of Brexit talks.

YP Letters: Blair to blame as Tories look to clear up mess north of border

From: Alan Chapman, Beck Lane, Bingley.

Opinion
What will Brexit mean for rural Yorkshire?

Ross Murray: Urgent fight for EU deal in countryside

THE UK is leaving the European Union. It is a decisive, historic, moment but the clarity we investors crave for is somewhat lacking.

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Lib Dem leader Tim Farron.

YP Letters: Lib Dems’ united front could well reap electoral rewards

From: Michael Meadowcroft, Former Liberal MP, Waterloo Lane, Leeds.

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Theresa May greets European Council president Donald Tusk.

YP Letters: Government floundering on road to austerity after Brexit

From: Karl Sheridan, Selby Road, Holme on Spalding Moor.

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How much will it cost Britain to leave the EU?

Chris Haskins: How much will it cost to leave EU? Careful thought needed – not Brexit horse trading

THE series of House of Lords inquiries about the impact of Brexit in recent months have been illuminating and made a powerful contribution to the national debate on the subject.

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Did Boris Johnson mislead voters over the NHS?

YP Letters: The £350m a week for NHS was not a Brexit commitment

From: Alan Machin, Bessacarr, Doncaster.

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John Major tries to drown out the jeers during the 1992 general election.

Mark Stuart: Brexit lessons for Theresa May 25 years after John Major’s shock election win

TWENTY five years ago this weekend, John Major was supposed to be celebrating his greatest political triumph.

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Brexit continues to divide opinion.

YP Letters: A weakened EU is bad news for world, not cause for glee

From: Brian Sheridan, Redmires Road, Sheffield.

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Gibraltar is at the centre of a diplomatic and trade row over Brexit.

YP Letters: Gibraltar will be left adrift without co-operation

From: John Fisher, Menwith Hill, Harrogate.

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What will Brexit mean for Yorkshire?

YP Letters: As Britain goes it alone, we need strong voice for Yorkshire

From Terry Walls, Driffield, East Yorkshire.

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Brexit's Article 50 has been triggered.

YP Letters: Europe’s citizens will never fly flag for self-serving politicians

From: Paul Brown, Bents Green Road, Sheffield.

Opinion
Should Theresa May call an early election over Brexit?

YP Letters: Manifesto pledge of referendum on Lords is a vote winner

From: Frank Sharp, Ravenscliff Close, Skircoat Green, Halifax.

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Health insurance is now tied up in Brexit talks.

Emma Brooksbank: Time to calm Brexit fears over EU health insurance

AS thousands of applications for permanent residence fail, fear of removal among EU students is mounting.

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Will Yorkshire get its money now that we are leaving the EU?

Treasury scramble to find £600m for Yorkshire in wake of Brexit

THE TREASURY has confirmed it is looking at how European funding worth hundreds of millions of pounds to the region will be replaced after Brexit, following pressure from a Yorkshire MP.

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