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PA's PA 2016

PA's PA 2016

  • PA's PA 16th December 2016Welcome to this week's PA's PA, in a week in which the Syrian government reclaimed control over the rebel held eastern part of Aleppo, following what the United Nations termed as a “complete meltdown of humanity” in the city.
  • PA's PA 9th December 2016Welcome to this week's PA's PA in a week in which we saw Brexit taking centre stage simultaneously in the House of Commons, through a Labour Opposition Day Debate, and in the Supreme Court as the legal challenge over whether the Government could trig
  • PA's PA 2nd December 2016Welcome to this week's PA's PA in a week in which 2016 lived up to its name as a year in which political norms were turned on their heads.
  • PA's PA 25th November 2016Welcome to this week's PA's PA, in a week in which the chancellor Philip Hammond delivered his first major economic statement, revealing that Brexit could leave a £58.7bn black hole in the budget.
  • PA's PA Autumn Statement SpecialWelcome to this week's Autumn Statement special edition of PA's PA. This was Chancellor Philip Hammond's first major economic speech in office and the first financial statement since the UK's vote to leave the European Union.
  • PA's PA 18th November 2016Welcome to this week's PA's PA, in a week in which concerns mounted that the Government has no Brexit plan.
  • PA's PA 11th November 2016Welcome to this week's PA's PA in a week in which Donald Trump shocked the world after he was elected the next President of the United States, scuppering Hilary Clinton's hopes of shattering “the highest and hardest glass ceiling”.
  • PA's PA 4th November 2016Welcome to this week's PA's PA in a week in which 'betrayal' was the watchword on the everyone's lips.
  • PA's PA 28th October 2016Welcome to PA's PA in a week in which the Government finally gave the green light to a third runway at Heathrow after years of delays. However there could still be bumps along the way, with the decision immediately triggering warnings of protracted l
  • PA's PA 21st October 2016Welcome to this week's packed PA's PA in a week in which the Government announced that tea, jam and biscuits would be at the centre of the UK's Brexit trade strategy and Theresa May warned her fellow European Union leaders that there can be “no secon
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