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The government has carried out impact assessments on policies ranging from songs from ice cream trucks to drain standards to the use of parody in comedy yet still hasn't produced any on Brexit, Liberal Democrat research has revealed.

This is quite literally beyond parody.

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David Davis must go

by Tim Farron on Wed, 06 Dec 2017

Abbott needs to clarify letter on referendum

by Liberal Democrats on Wed, 29 Nov 2017

New railway lines in danger of going nowhere

by Liberal Democrats on Wed, 29 Nov 2017

Brexit divorce bill is just the down payment

by Tom Brake on Wed, 29 Nov 2017

The Brexit divorce bill will just be the down-payment on an economically disastrous extreme Brexit that would take us out of the single market and customs union.

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A report by the Public Accounts Committee has criticised NHS England for its handling of the huge loss of clinical correspondence that put thousands of patients at risk.

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The government's refusal to publish its Brexit impact assessments is "completely untenable". Speaker John Bercow said he will respond promptly to any allegations of contempt of Parliament.

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Brexit studies must give people the facts

by Liberal Democrats on Tue, 28 Nov 2017

David Davis has written to the Brexit Committee admitting the impact assessments they are being provided with, won't contain anything that might be commercially sensitive.

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Speaking at the Foreign Correspondents Club in Hong Kong today, Paddy Ashdown, former Leader of the Liberal Democrats, will warn that the rising power of China will come into conflict with the United States as they falter under Trump.

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Army numbers down 2,000 since Conservative 82,000 manifesto pledge

by Alistair Carmichael on Mon, 27 Nov 2017

Army numbers have fallen by over 2,000 since the Conservative 2015 Manifesto pledge to keep troop levels above 82,000, analysis by the Liberal Democrats has revealed.

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Speaking on the Today programme, Australian trade minister Steve Cobbio criticised the government's post-Brexit trade plans to split food import quotas between the UK and the EU.

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When will government listen to defence cuts warnings?

by Menzies Campbell on Sat, 25 Nov 2017

Number 10 hinted earlier today that Northern Ireland could stay in the customs union to prevent the return of a hard border, saying the issue would be a matter for the negotiations.

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