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The Tory Party has been taken over by cynics and fantasists, says former Telegraph editor Max Hastings – which is why he has decided to vote Labour.
Leo Varadkar warns that Brexit, aid cuts and talk of abandoning human rights treaty ‘not the Britain I know’.
Tokyo is the biggest winner of the UK’s accession to the CPTPP.
World-renowned economist Adam Posen reveals some tough truths about Britain’s situation.
Sick of customs delays and extra bureaucracy since Britain left the European Union, Farrat, a small manufacturer on the edge of Manchester, is ramping up investment to compensate - in Germany.
Attorney general faces fury of Bar Council as revolt over internal market bill spreads.
Senior pro-vice-chancellor Andy Neely has said the University’s lost association with an EU science research programme is having negative impacts.
Britain Humiliated Itself by Imploding From a Modern Democracy into a Far Right Wing Country — And the World Is Running Away From It as Fast as It Can.
The political decision to leave the European Union has had the unintended consequence that the UK may not be able to access funding from Horizon Europe, the EU’s highly regarded principal funding programme for research and innovation, and the involvement of UK-based researchers in European research consortia has already been damaged by this.
The Next Prime Minister Will Struggle to Repair the Country’s Standing
Rightly, a central tenet of British foreign policy has long been to abide – and to expect others to abide – by international law.
"The Bar Council is deeply concerned about the REUL Bill which, in its present form, will damage the UK’s reputation for regulatory stability, predictability, and competence on which growth-promoting investment in critical sectors of our economy depends."
Former EU court lawyers warn that the ongoing row damages UK’s reputation as a negotiating partner.
Underrepresented and alienated, the reality of Britons in Europe post-Brexit is far from appealing.
"The truth is geography still matters", he said. / Former foreign secretary David Miliband has called for closer realignment with the European Union – two years since Britain left the single market.
The Speaker acknowledged that the political turmoil of the last year left Britain an international laughing stock.
We are stuck in the Tory game of make-believe that everything is coming up roses in an English country garden. The reality is that following Brexit the rest of the world looks at England with a mixture of perplexity, pity, and amused contempt.
Britain has been an object of international derision in recent months. / Britain, said some outside observers, had turned into an emerging market — even a banana republic. But why has a country, traditionally renowned for its stability, been engulfed by such turmoil? / Brexit is the reason, according to critics of Britain’s departure from the European Union.
Since the EU Referendum proposed and led by former British Prime Minister, David Cameron, on the relationship with the EU, Britain has not experienced political stability. This headed to economic stagnation, inflation, high unemployment, frustration, and pessimism among British citizens about the future.
Economist Duncan Weldon and the New Statesman’s polling expert explore how Brexit and austerity have damaged the UK economy and set the stage for Liz Truss’s “mismanagement.”
Moody’s say downgrade from ‘stable’ was driven by political instability and high inflation.
Conservative Party ‘drained of all substance and competence’.
Disastrous mini-budget has seen Britain become gag line on the international stage.
Brexit has gone from xenophobic delusion to national embarrassment, sustained only by lies from government and press. We will rejoin the EU.