EU Referendum

EU Referendum

YP Letters: Election was warning from Tory voters over ‘hard Brexit’

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

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Will Brexit begin in 2017?

YP Letters: With this lot in charge on Brexit, we’ll be taken to cleaners

From: Don Burslam, Elm Road, Dewsbury Moor, Dewsbury.

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Paul Nuttall (left) is congratulated by Nigel Farage after he was announced as the new Ukip leader at the Emmanuel Centre in Westminster, London.

YP Letters: Ukip has a new purpose after referendum

From: Chris Gallacher, Chairman, Ukip Redcar.

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Brexit is now mired in legal controversy.

YP Letters: Rule of law secures our democracy from Brexit abuses of power

From: John M Collins, Leeds.

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Sir Bernard Ingham says both Sir John Major and Tony Blair are performing a disservice over Brexit.

Bernard Ingham: Former PMs are lost in a fantasy of blocking Brexit

THERE is always a first time. Never before have I asked not one but two ex-Prime Ministers if they know what they are doing.

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The Holocaust Educational Trust 'Lessons From Auschwitz' Project.
The reamins of the Birkenau camp in Auschwitz, Poland, after German forces destroyed the camp at the end of World War II

YP Letters: Brexit’s backlash of hate against our brave wartime allies

From: Dr Michael Lowry, Moseley Wood Gardens, Cookridge.

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Brexit supporters lobby Parliament on Autumn Statement day.

YP Letters: Democracy and Brexit put on trial by judges

From: Geoff Marsden, Buxton Avenue, Heanor, Derbyshire.

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Brexit remains the pre-eminent political issue.

YP Letters: Disturbing view of judges and MPs needs to be challenged

From: Brian Sheridan, Redmires Road, Sheffield.

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A pro-Brexit demonstrator outside the Houses of Parliament on the day of the Autumn Statement.

YP Letters: Plan now for the rebuilding of Britain as we leave the EU

From: Will Podmore, Clavering Road, Wanstead, London.

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Theresa May is coming under pressure from Brexit supporters and critics.

YP Letters: We must allow MPs chance to scrutinise our Brexit ‘plan’

From: Tony McCobb, West Ella Way, Kirk Ella.

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Are there links between Brexit and Donald Trump's election?

YP Letters: Comparisons between Trump win and Brexit are facile

From: Don Burslam, Elm Road, Dewsbury Moor, Dewsbury.

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The Lib Dems believe it is right to use the House of Lords to challenge Brexit.

YP Letters: Lib Dem peers deserve respect for their Brexit role in Parliament

From: Coun Stewart Golton, Chair, Yorkshire & Humber Liberal Democrats.

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Donald Trump's election has provoked a backlash as demonstrators take to the streets.

Bill Carmichael: The silent majority finally gets its say

IN the battle of the slogans – as in the US Presidential race itself – Donald Trump won hands down.

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Theresa May flew to India this week for Brexit trade talks as her EU strategy was challenged by the judiciary.

YP Letters: Democratic debate over Brexit powers of the Government

From: Frederick Taylor, Low Field Lane, Staveley, Knaresborough.

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Dan Jarvis says Britain - and Labour - must learn from Donald Trump's election.

Dan Jarvis: How to rebuild trust to trump political extremes

THE election of Donald Trump as President of the United States is nothing less than a political earthquake. Many feel fear has prevailed over hope, that the outsider has triumphed over the insider.

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Gina Miller,  the face of the successful legal battle against launching Brexit without Parliament's approval.

YP Letters: Power struggle as judges wilfully defy the people on Brexit

From: Alan Chapman, Beck Lane, Bingley.

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Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon looks at a Rolls-Royce Trent Aero-Engine  fan as she tours a manufacturing hub during a visit to the University of Sheffield in Rotherham.

Nicola Sturgeon: Scotland will lead Brexit fight to stay in single market

SCOTLAND, as most of you will know, voted very clearly to stay in the EU – by 62 to 38 per cent. And as a result, there has been a lot of speculation about whether Brexit will lead to a second referendum on independence.

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What now for Theresa May and Brexit?

YP Letters: May lacks mandate to dismiss the authority of Parliament over Brexit

From: David Cragg-James, Stonegrave, York.

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Gina Miller,  the face of the successful legal battle against launching Brexit without Parliament's approval.

YP Letters: Brexit chance to write our constitution

From: Tony J Homewood, Westfield Drive, Ossett.

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What now for European banking and Brexit?

YP Letters: Judges ruling must not derail democratic choice to leave EU

From: Dick Lindley, Altofts, Normanton.

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