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Thursday's high court decision underlines the necessity that the prime minister brings the government's negotiating terms of Brexit to Parliament without delay. We accept and respect the decision of the referendum to leave the European Union. But there must be transparency and accountability to Parliament about the government's plans. I suspect the government opposes democratic exclusion of its plans because, frankly, there aren't any plans.
It was right, wasn't it? There are no plans beyond the hollow rhetoric which they keep on repeating, it apparently is that Brexit means Brexit. We've been making the case for a Brexit that works for Britain, putting jobs and living standards and the economy first, pressing for full access to the European market as part of the negotiations.
And we won't be offering promises that sow divisions, or scapegoating migrants, which is being done by so many people at the present time