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We follow matters as they develop. They’re always volatile, and in these times of Brexit extensions and now a General Election it means that days’ or weeks’ worth of work has to be set aside or even lost completely as the situation changes.
Our aim is to help people to see what’s going on, to understand what they are (or aren’t) being told, and to decide what’s best for our country: what’s really in the national interest, what protects fundamental citizenship rights and ensures that Parliament and not the executive (= the government) is sovereign.
There’s still a long way to go (again) and there are no guarantees about what the outcome will be. The only thing that’s certain is that if we stop trying we will lose.
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Published by Grahame Pigney on behalf of The People’s Challenge Ltd.