Newslinks for Friday 24th June 2022

Jun 24, 2022 View Original Article
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    62% Very Conservative

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

67% : - The GuardianThe pro-Brussels establishment is painting Brexit as an economic disaster to reverse it - Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, The Daily Telegraph Sturgeon says SNP MPs' backing of Grady is "utterly unacceptable""Nicola Sturgeon has condemned the behaviour of her own MPs as "utterly unacceptable" after a leaked audio recording appeared to show some of the SNP's Westminster group rallying behind a colleague who had been suspended for making an unwanted sexual advance to a teenage staff member.
59% : The former Brexit negotiator also tells the Prime Minister to stop saying things that are untrue - The Times Cummings attempts career reboot as political speaker - The Guardian Six years after Brexit, and the sky still hasn't fallen in, despite Remoaner predictions - Editorial, The Sun
58% : It's not ideological to oppose rule by foreign judges - David Frost, The Daily Telegraph>Today:Local Government: The sage of London's ugly bus shelters and EU procurement rules Labour unveils plans to seek limited changes to Brexit deal, as Lammy pledges not to rejoin the single market"Labour has broken its long silence on Brexit, laying out detailed plans to improve, not scrap, the deal Boris Johnson struck with the EU, in a move it concedes will enrage remain supporters.
57% : Frost argues Brexit is working and "naysayers" talking it down "just have axes to grind""Brexit is working and naysayers talking it down just have axes to grind, Lord Frost said last night.
54% : The former cabinet minister David Frost, the tribune of the free-market wing of the party, has lambasted them as "another step on the road to socialism"."
49% : They added that after reneging on previous pledges made to the party on Brexit, Johnson could not be trusted to keep his word to implement the bill rather than agree to a watered-down set of reforms negotiated with the European Union."
46% : He told a UK in a Changing Europe event: "The view that Brexit is hitting us from an economic and trade perspective is generated by those with an axe to grind.
46% : On the sixth anniversary of the Brexit referendum, the shadow foreign secretary, David Lammy, confirmed the party would seek only limited changes and would not seek to rejoin the single market which would bring the return of free trade and free movement of people.

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