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Maggie Jones on the government’s chaotic approach to animal sentience legislation

A dog's breakfast - the government's approach to animal sentience laws

Maggie Jones on the government’s chaotic approach to animal sentience legislation Read more

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Maeve Sherlock on the need, post-Brexit, to ensure family law still works

Ensuring family law, post-Brexit doesn't disadvantage UK citizens

Maeve Sherlock on the need, post-Brexit, to ensure family law still works Read more

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Denis Tunnicliffe on the potential impact of a ‘no deal’ Brexit on UK road hauliers

Road trip

Denis Tunnicliffe on the potential impact of a ‘no deal’ Brexit on UK road hauliers Read more

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Dianne Hayter on cross-party moves in the Lords to guard against those in government looking to water down hard-fought for rights and protections

Standards not privileges

Dianne Hayter on cross-party moves in the Lords to guard against those in government looking to water down hard-fought for rights and protections Read more

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Dianne Hayter on the five major problems with the bill as it stands 

The EU Withdrawal Bill is a dangerous mess – but the House of Lords is on it

Dianne Hayter on the five major problems with the bill as it stands  Read more

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Philip Hunt on why the loss of Horizon funding could have a devastating impact on our higher education sector’s research capabilities and essential collaboration with European universities

Ensuring Britain’s universities remain the best in the world

Philip Hunt on why the loss of Horizon funding could have a devastating impact on our higher education sector’s research capabilities and essential collaboration with European universities Read more

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Glenys Thornton on the need, post-Brexit, to ensure mutual recognition of medicines and clinical devices licensed in both the UK and EU

Trial and error

Glenys Thornton on the need, post-Brexit, to ensure mutual recognition of medicines and clinical devices licensed in both the UK and EU Read more

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Philip Hunt on why, post-Brexit, the UK must maintain close ties with Erasmus+ and its successor programme

Bi-lateral thinking

Philip Hunt on why, post-Brexit, the UK must maintain close ties with Erasmus+ and its successor programme Read more

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Glenys Thornton on why reciprocal healthcare arrangements between UK and EU citizens are important for millions of workers, students, the retired & holiday makers

Brexit Must Not Mean We Lose Out On Access To Healthcare Abroad

Glenys Thornton on why reciprocal healthcare arrangements between UK and EU citizens are important for millions of workers, students, the retired & holiday makers Read more

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Philip Hunt on why the government must think again about leaving Euratom, given the impact on both safety and healthcare

Government's weak response over Euratom is worrying the medical sector

Philip Hunt on why the government must think again about leaving Euratom, given the impact on both safety and healthcare Read more

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