According to Reuters, British Prime Minister Theresa May hailed her draft European Union divorce deal on Wednesday, but must convince ministers to back her plan amid open hostility from some of her own..
In a clear hint of the PM's political mortality, Environment Secretary Michael Gove - a leader of Vote Leave - insisted the PM's Chequers blueprint was only the right plan 'for now'. Credit: MailOnline - Published
Boris Johnson, Michael Gove, and other leading Vote Leave figures failed to turn up to a debate on how their unlawful campaigning during the Brexit referendum affected the country and whether it should.. Credit: The Descrier - Published
Marketing analytics experts answer Mark Ritson's call to action, asking for a definitive industry response to whether the Brexit referendum was won by Vote Leave breaching the rules.
The post Did.. Credit: Marketing Week - Published
Only marketers have the behavioural understanding and analytical training to determine if the extra money illegally spent on the Vote Leave campaign swayed the Brexit result. Now is the time to do just.. Credit: Marketing Week - Published
Cross-party group urges police and National Crime Agency to fulfil role in 'protecting our democracy' after election watchdog finds laws were breached during 2016 referendum Credit: Independent - Published
The presenter said: ‘I went on referendum polling day to vote Leave and when I got to the polling station I thought, “God it’s a loathsome institution but it’s all we’ve got in terms of.. Credit: MailOnline - Published
A second poll has suggested a majority of Brits want to have a vote on the final Brexit deal - and there has been a surge of support for staying in the European Union.
A Sky Data poll out this.. Credit: City A.M. - Published
MPs believe fake news to be "a threat to our democracy", calling for stricter social network regulation.
A report from Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) select committee, published today,.. Credit: City A.M. - Published
Fake news that plays on the "fears and prejudices" or ordinary people to influence their voting intentions is threatening the future of UK democracy, a committee of MPs will warn.
The Digital,.. Credit: City A.M. - Published