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Extending Article 50: could Brexit be delayed?

With six weeks to go before the UK is due to leave the EU and no Withdrawal Agreement as yet approved by the House of Commons, there have been calls for the Government to request an Article 50 extension from the EU to delay Brexit day.

MP's column

In a debate last week on economic growth in the South West I was keen to stress that there is an area that offers great opportunities to create skilled jobs and a sustainable future and that Cornwall has a specific tale to share. We have a positive track record of caring for our environment.

Valentine's Day vote on Brexit

Tonight, Thursday 14th February, MPs voted on a motion, mainly acknowledging that the Brexit process is ongoing and restating the House’s support for the Government’s approach.

No deal Brexit: medicines and freight

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Newlyn Pier & Harbour Commissioners Launch New Plan for 2019

Against the backdrop of Brexit-related economic uncertainty, the Newlyn Pier & Harbour Commissioners have taken the decision to focus on improvements to the harbour environment that will bring tangible benefits in the current climate rather than longer-term, larger-scale development via EU fu

MP's column

It may have escaped people’s notice that the Government’s energy price cap came into force on 1st January. This is unless you have seen a recent rise in your supplier’s standing charge.