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ENSURE THAT BREXIT DOES NOT HARM OUR ECONOMY

The Prime Minister must make sure that Britain isn't worse off economically as a result of leaving the Single Market and the Customs Union at the end of this year. Up till now 46% of all our exports (worth £289 billion per year) have been to the European Union. Our best-known local MP must therefore ensure that by leaving the European single market...

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ENSURE THAT BREXIT DOES NOT DAMAGE THE NATION'S HEALTH

The Prime Minister must make sure that the National Health Service and the care sector are properly funded – and not undermined in any way by our departure from the Single Market, the Customs Union and the Freedom of Movement zone etc at the end of this year. The double impact of Brexit and a potential resurgence of coronavirus this winter, poses a renewed threat to the NHS and the care sector's ability to...

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ENSURE THAT BREXIT DOES NOT HARM OUR ENVIRONMENT OR UNDERMINE OUR ABILITY TO COMBAT CLIMATE CHANGE:

The Prime Minister must make sure that Britain isn't worse off environmentally after we cease to be bound by common EU/UK environmental standards at the end of this year. Those Europe-wide standards have, up till now, helped ensure that we have proper protection from dangerous chemicals, comprehensive safeguards against banned pesticides, effective controls to ensure sustainable fishing...

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ENSURE THAT BREXIT DOES NOT REDUCE CONSUMER RIGHTS

The Prime Minister must make sure that Britain's consumers are not disadvantaged when, at the end of this year, Britain is no longer bound by Europe-wide consumer protection laws. Up till now, those laws have, for instance, ensured that we get high food safety standards, proper compensation for poor airline punctuality, free health care...

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ENSURE THAT BREXIT DOES NOT CAUSE FOOD AND OTHER PRICE RISES

The Prime Minister must make sure that Britain does not experience increased prices at the beginning of next year as a result of our departure from the European Single Market and Customs Union. Many economists and others have warned the Prime Minister that a 'no deal' or hard Brexit will push prices up. About half...

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ENSURE THAT BREXIT DOES NOT REDUCE EMPLOYEE'S RIGHTS

The Prime Minister must make sure that British workers are not worse off in 2021 and beyond than they have been in recent years. In terms of employment rights, all UK workers are currently protected by Europe-wide laws until the end of this year. Mr Johnson must prove that our departure from Europe-wide employment protection laws will not harm UK workers. What's more, he has refused to change our Single Market/Customs Union...

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ENSURE THAT BREXIT DOES NOT UNDERMINE BRITAIN AND THE REST OF EUROPE'S FIGHT AGAINST CRIME

The Prime Minister must make sure that any reduction in involvement with Europe wide crime-fighting bodies does not decrease Britain's ability to bring criminals to justice. Our Prime Minister needs to ensure that our departure from Europol (the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation), Eurojust...

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ENSURE THAT BREXIT DOES NOT END UP HELPING BRITAIN'S ENEMIES AND ADVERSARIES

The Prime Minister must make sure that our separation from the rest of our continent does not compromise the UK and the EU's crucial ability to combat external threats from terrorism, from Russian expansionism, from foreign government sponsored political subversion and from cyber aggression. Without doubt , the U.K.'s...

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ENSURE THAT BREXIT DOES NOT TURN OUR COUNTRY INTO A SATELLITE OF AMERICA

The Prime Minister must make sure that the UK does not become a political and economic puppet of the United States. Up till now, our close relationship with the rest of Europe has prevented huge increases in American influence and control of Britain's economy and institutions. From 2021...

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ENSURE THAT BREXIT DOES NOT END UP UNDERMINING PEACE IN NORTHERN IRELAND

The Prime Minister must therefore make sure that Northern Ireland's Good Friday Agreement is not undermined - and that peace and stability is therefore preserved. Peace in Northern Ireland was made possible partly because both the North and the South of the island of Ireland was part of a greater whole – namely the European Union. That meant that the border between the two could become virtually invisible. The North and the South were in different national states – but economically and in other ways the island of Ireland currently functions as if it is one territory. It is that dual reality that both Republicans and Unionists were prepared to accept.

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ENSURE THAT BREXIT DOES NOT LEAD TO THE BREAK-UP OF THE UK

The UK has four nations – but the Prime Minister has tragically failed to take that crucial fact into consideration during his ongoing negotiations with the EU. He has systematically ignored the fact that Scotland and Northern Ireland are having Brexit forced upon them against their will (as expressed by the Scots and the Northern Irish in the 2016 referendum). What's more, in Wales...

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ENSURE THAT BREXIT DOES NOT END UP REDUCING PEOPLE'S HUMAN RIGHTS AROUND THE WORLD

The Prime Minister must make sure that his apparent preference for a hard Brexit does not make us so desperate for international trade deals that it either prevents us speaking out in defence of human rights or forces us to allow foreign powers to determine when and if we speak out. Up till now, all our foreign trade has been subject to human rights provisions. That's because the trade deals we have been trading under were negotiated by the European Union on behalf of all its members, including the UK – and the EU has such massive economic power that it was therefore able to insist on proper human rights clauses being...

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