Leaving the single market will be a disaster for our economy
Tim Farron, Leader of the Liberal Democrats, has criticised the Prime Minister for declaring that she is taking Britain out of the Single Market and denying the British people a say on the final deal.
11 reasons Theresa May is wrong to want to leave the single market
The single market is absolutely essential to our economy, to jobs and to our businesses and it's incredible that Theresa May wants to leave it. Find out why here:
Nick Clegg: Theresa May is PM for the whole of the UK, not just the Brexiteers
Number 10’s reaction was as bone-headed as it was swift: “This result,” a Conservative Party spokesman said in response to Sarah Olney’s stunning victory in Richmond Park last night, “doesn’t change anything.”
Except it does, in lots of ways.
Should there be a second EU Referendum?
The Liberal Democrat leader has said his party will vote against triggering Article 50 unless Theresa May promises a second referendum.
Tim Farron has said the public should have the chance to decide if they want to leave the European Union after the government's negotiations are complete.
MPs from other Parties have also said they are prepared to vote against initiating Brexit.
The people are sovereign
Tim Farron: 'The Liberal Democrats will vote against Article 50 unless the British people are given a vote on the final Brexit deal'
This morning, I set out a red line on Article 50 and made clear that unless the government agrees to a referendum on the final Brexit deal, the party will vote against Article 50 in the House of Commons.