Leaving the EU has raised massive concerns in Southampton - home to 25,000 Polish people.
Many moved to the city as far back as 2004. But already, recruitment agencies have seen the number of Eastern European workers plummet. Many say they're in limbo - waiting to see what happens.
Rachel Hepworth reports.
It's not been a great week for the Government: a u-turn on the budget, and a £70,000 fine for spending too much on elections - including two in Kent. You might think the Tories would be suffering in the polls as a result ... not a bit of it!
And Brexit: Theresa May say Article 50 will be triggered this month - in fact the Bill received Royal Assent today. But as the Brexit Secretary admits he doesn't know what the implications will be if we leave the EU without a deal, we ask what it could mean for our economy.
And the famine in Africa: how should we respond? Is the Government doing enough? Will the British public respond in the way they need to, to alleviate the dreadful suffering?
To debate all that and more:-
- Baroness Brinton from Kenardington in Kent for the Lib Dems
- Alan Mak MP, the Tory MP for Havant in Hants
- Baroness Smith from Sussex, the Labour Leader in the Lords
- and Tim Aker MEP for UKIP, from Thurrock in Essex
We need new houses - hundreds of thousands of them. But where are they to go?
We've voted for Brexit: but where is it going?
And The Speaker's outburst about President Trump: one senior backbencher from the South tells us many of his colleagues are "incensed"
- Kelly Tolhurst MP - Rochester & Strood, Conservative
- Alan Whitehead MP - Southampton Test, Labour
- Liz Leffman - Liberal Democrat from Witney
... debate the issues of the week. And what's it like to be in the eye of the storm? Two by-election candidates give us the view from the pavement.
This week, we look at the troubled Southern Railway: as Aslef pile on the pressure and join the RMT, it's the passengers who face even more strikes, more uncertainty.
And uncertainty, too, over Brexit: six months after the vote to quit the EU, the timetable and the detail are still unknown.
We look back over 2016, a year unlike any other, with that referendum, the election of Donald Trump, and leadership elections for Labour, the Tories, and UKIP. In fact, they enjoyed theirs so much, they did it twice.
Lively political debate for our final show of the year with:-
- Tim Aker MEP - UKIP
- Royston Smith MP - Conservative, Southampton Itchen
- Baroness Smith of Basildon, from Sussex
- Stephen Lloyd, until last year, Lib Dem MP for Eastbourne
Astaunch Brexiteer is travelling across the country removing "hated" EU metric road signs at the ripe old age of 82.
Three months after we voted to leave the EU, what progress are we making towards the departure lounge? What do we want from Brexit?
And it's all change at the top: new leaders for the Tories, Greens, UKIP - and possibly Labour too. How will that change the political landscape?
To debate this - and more - Henry Bolton from UKIP, Suella Fernandes MP from Fareham in Hants, and Alan Whitehead MP from Southampton.
Across our region we have some of the most expensive places to buy a home outside of London - and getting on the property ladder is a struggle.
But has Brexit - started to effect house prices? Since the referendum result there has been plenty of speculation that prices will start to fall.
Interviews with: Tom Clarkson, Walker & Waterer in Whiteley and Cuan Ryan, Butler Sherborn in Wantage
Big crowds turned out at two opposing demonstrations in the heart of Southampton in the wake of the EU Referendum result.
Members of a far right group and anti-racist and pro-refugee groups faced each other at the Bargate.
The south east's longest-serving MP has given his enthusiastic backing for Theresa May to become Tory Party leader. Sir Roger Gale, the Thanet MP, said her candidacy was the best news he had heard all week.
I have just returned from the launch of Theresa May's bid to become the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and for the first time in what has been a bad week I feel a real sense of hope where before there was despair. I have been involved in politics for more than 50 years and Mrs. May`s speech was one of the most powerful, and impressive for its quiet dignity that I have ever heard.
Their warning depends on whether negotiations for a post-Brexit Britain do not offer freedom of movement for people, capital and goods.Read the full story ›