Another extraordinary day in politics as Remainers continue to do their best to prevent Brexit, some under the pretence of a second referendum. It was the first of five days of debate on withdrawal bill.
Another extraordinary day in the Commons. The much anticipated appearance of Attorney General Geoffrey Cox QC came after the PM had made a Statement on her recent G20 meeting. Mr Cox had come to the House to explain the legal ramifications of the PM's Withdrawal Bill.
Here we go again! Project Fear 2. Chancellor Hammond and his team of Remainers once again warn we're going to hell in a handcart. As freedom day approaches these tactics are going to be applied more and more.
We are the number one destination in Europe for foreign investment.
Since June 2016, UK tech companies have received over £5 billion in venture capitalist funding – more than France (£1.55bn), Germany (£2.15bn) and Sweden (£644m) combined
Another sad day for democracy and politics in this country. The Prime Minister was making her second Statement in a few days about the Withdrawal Agreement and the Political Declaration. Few, if any of us, were happy with either, both riddled with ambiguity.