EU Referendum

EU Referendum

YP Letters: ‘Remoaners’ must accept democracy

From: Bryan Burgess, Birch Drive, Willerby, Hull.

Brexiteers like Boris Johnson have been accused of exploiting the scale of their June 23 mandate.

YP Letters: Brexit campaigners are being arrogant over slim victory

Brexit campaigners are being arrogant over slim victory

Theresa May arrives for the second day of the EU summit.

YP Comment: Theresa May – now for the hard Brexit graft

AS ASSESSMENTS are made of Theresa May’s first 100 days as premier, she certainly deserves credit for stabilising the country following the manner of David Cameron’s resignation and for her business-like style of government.

Can Parliament ignore the will of the people over Brexit?

YP Letters: Wise words were criticism of those who lack patriotism

From: Nick Martinek, Briarlyn Road, Huddersfield.

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Stop demonising international students, says Professor Sir keith Burnett.

Sir Keith Burnett: Universities will never shut doors on a world of talent

AT last, it seems the country is waking up to the news that international students have been given a hard time for no reason. It appears the Government has been sitting on a report showing that international students don’t all stay in the UK after they graduate. This, I’m afraid, is nothing new.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump waits behind his podium as Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton makes her way off the stage following the third presidential debate at UNLV in Las Vegas.

YP Comment: Let’s not trump America’s gutter politics over Brexit

IN spite of the intemperate language, and ineffective moderation, the trilogy of US presidential debates were conclusive in one respect; namely that the combustible Republican nominee Donald Trump is not fit to occupy the White House because of his volatility and misogyny.

Germany leader Angela Merkel is at the centre of the Brexit debate.

YP Letters: We live in a world of alliances, whether we like it or not

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

Nick Baines is the Bishop of Leeds.

Nick Baines: Brexit – We cannot be an island apart in unstable world

I OFFER this statement by the German theologian Jürgen Moltmann in a book that I finished reading on the train today: “A free society is not an accumulation of independent individuals; it is a community of persons in solidarity.”

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Pro-EU membership supporters argue with a leave campaigner outside the High Court, on the second day of the lawsuit of Gina Miller, a founder of investment management group SCM Private in London, Monday, Oct. 17, 2016. Rival protesters have gathered outside the High Court in London, where lawyers are battling over whether the government has the power to trigger Britain's exit from the European Union without approval from Parliament.

YP Letters: Plague on the Houses who defy the people

From: Hugh Rogers, Messingham Road, Ashby.

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Brexit continues to polarise opinion.

YP Letters: Ashamed to be British – tide of hate that shames our country

From: R Kimble, Hawksworth.

Does Boris Johnson rival Donald Trump?

YP Letters: Boris’s folly on EU and now Syria

From: Dr Glyn Powell, Kellington, Goole.

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson was a key figure in the EU referendum, backing the successful Leave campaign.

YP Letters: MPs must accept that Britain has voted to leave the EU

From: Nick Martinek, Briarlyn Road, Huddersfield.

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Will Brexit be good for the economy or not?

YP Letters: Striking back at Sir Bernard Ingham’s rose-tinted view of the Empire

From: John G Davies, Alma Terrace, East Morton, Keighley.

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Ed Miliband says there must be full Parliamentary scrutiny of Brexit.

Ed Miliband: Any Brexit deal must command support of MPs

I WANT to start where we should begin, which is with the state of the country.

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David Cameron knighted his press officer Craig Oliver after the EU referendum.

YP Letters: Fishing fleet nets benefits of EU exit

From: Amjad Bashir, Conservative MEP for Yorkshire and the Humber, Wellington Place, Leeds.

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Does Theresa May have a Brexit mandate?

YP Letters: Vote to quit EU does not compel us to plunge into disaster

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

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Angela Merkel and Francois Hollande are guilty of ignoring Britain's concerns over the EU.

Bernard Ingham: My advice to the EU? Ask why we slung our hook

AS an island people we tend to look simultaneously outwards and inwards. Out to the wide world beyond our shores and inwards disputatiously to our own condition and often fascinating politics.

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Theresa May faces conflicting demands over Brexit.

Austin Mitchell: Why Britain will rise as the pound falls

THE pound’s going down. Good. We Britons have always been bemused by fluctuations in the value of the pound.

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Brexit continues to polarise opinion.

YP Letters: Influx of migrants shows the need to control our borders

From: John Watson, Leyburn.

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Brexit is threatening to split the Tory party.

Chris Moncrieff: Can Theresa May survive Brexit storm?

IT’S full steam ahead for Brexit. That was the clarion call sent out by Theresa May to the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham last week.

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