The recent passage of the "Brexit Bill" through the House of Commons means that we are on step closer to a new future.
Labour MPs (the vast majority of which chose to back the bill) seek to build on their pressure by adding new elements to the proposed strategy on Brexit which include a number of proposals which the EU are highly unlikely to give without some form of free movement of EEA nationals within Britain.
Is this what the people wanted? Did you vote for this? Should MPs be seeking to keep some of the core principles of the EU in the new deal?
The Labour party has called on the Government to clarify its plans for immigration after Brexit as it urged ministers to prioritise the economy in negotiations. The Opposition seeks to amend proposals to put five key objectives at the heart of the Government's negotiation strategy. These include maintaining a strong and stable economy, and continuing tariff-free trading arrangements with the European Union.