Trade in services after Brexit: @uk_tpo explains implications of May's Brexit plan: https://t.co/QHDkgoM1SC This is why both our @UKandEU and UK govt's own analysis show large economic losses even with customs union & FTA.
@robfordmancs There may be *tradeoffs* between FM of people and other objectives - I'm not claiming it overrides everything elese. But that doesn't mean that (if you claim to be progressive) you justify them by likening FM to slavery, or by arguing on principle for FM for capital not labour
@cjsnowdon @MrRBourneD @alistair_34o @J_amespn @peterjukes' @MilesKing10t @GeorgeMonbiot @PeterKGeoghegant @carolecadwallaw @MollyMEPe @zelo_streete @mrjamesobt @AndrewPurkis about this myself (my views are a bit nuanced) but can't help observing that if you're correct, then the BBC's claim that the payments and contractual arrangements are commercial in confidence is total BS and they are clearly in breach of FOI rules.. 😉
Astonishing. is talking nonsense here about (largely non-existent) EU tariffs on African agricultural produce. This myth has been repeatedly debunked, and there's no excuse for repeating it. The BBC should correct. https://t.co/ehq7l0PaTA
Brits think immigration is good for the UK economy *and* culture. Astonishing turnaround in attitudes - for the better - over last five years. From the latest British Social Attitudes Survey. https://t.co/ZyB7m0qt3D