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Game Theory Explains Why No Deal is Inevitable
It seems like Brexit is at a stand still. There's not been much progress recently and May's deal appears to be failing. Game theory might explain why we've not been moving forward. We explain what game theory is and how it influences Brexit negotiations
Labour’s Split: The Independent Group Explained
Earlier today, a group of seven Labour MP’s left their party to form a new group in the House of Commons known as ‘The Independent Group’. Although groups have split from Labour before, it is very rare and has the potential to change the future of politics. If more Labour MPs follow suit, then those on the left in the UK could face a choice between Labour and this new group in upcoming elections.
What is a Norway Style Deal?
Although there's not much time left it is possible, with an extension, for the UK to reach a new kind of deal with the EU. One of these potential deals is a Norway style deal. Could an agreement like this be close enough for remainers and far enough away for leavers?
Could the Cooper Amendment End No Deal?
We discuss how the Cooper Amendment could end the chance of a no deal brexit and let you know what else is on the line on valentine's day.
The Defibrillators (Availability) Bill
Maria Caulfied, MP for Lewes, has revived her Defibrillator Bill, having already failed to go through Parliament during the time of the last General Election.
The Mental Capacity (Ammendment) Bill
Article 5 of the Human Rights Act states that ‘everyone has the right to liberty and security of person’. However, the Mental Capacity Act of 2005 allows for the restriction of an individual’s liberty.
What is This Week in Parliament?
The Offensive Weapons Bill
This week in parliament, the Offensive Weapons Bill was debated in the House of Commons. This Bill is intended to help reduce violent crime through the limitation of access to weapons to minors.