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Paul Routledge on the everyday nightmare that Brexit is fast becoming, and now with EU business decreasing sharply, what's next for the Tories - aka the Brexit Party?
Voters in Boston – the place with the highest Leave vote in the UK – have expressed regret about backing Brexit.
Many of those who backed leaving the EU now admit that it has damaged Britain. Are we near a tipping point?
Media outlets around the world have been documenting Britain’s Brexit ‘bregret’ as economic headwinds hit our shores.
As evidence mounts of the long-term harm being inflicted on the U.K. economy by Brexit, the government is coming under pressure to acknowledge the elephant in the room.
Six and a half years after voting to leave the European Union, three years after the formal departure, two years after signing a post-Brexit trade deal with Brussels and one month after installing its fourth prime minister since the 2016 referendum, Britain is caught in – what else? – another debate over Brexit.
Even after years of division and vitriol, it seems like Britain still needs to talk about Brexit. / More than six years after voting to leave the European Union, the UK is facing a prolonged recession and a deep cost-of-living crisis. Last week’s Autumn Statement heralded years of higher taxes and cuts to public spending.
The British government on Sunday denied a report that it is seeking a “Swiss-style” relationship with the European Union that would remove many of the economic barriers erected by Brexit — even as it tries to improve ties with the bloc after years of acrimony.
The only way the UK can gain economic growth is by 'rejoining the EU,' says LBC caller.
Brexit now considered a mistake by significant majority of the population as UK’s economic fortunes fade.
And we're only two years in.
A record high percentage of Brits now say they believe Brexit was a mistake, a poll shows.
The wider public now think Britain was wrong to leave the European Union by 56% to 32%.
But six years on, reality is kicking in and some of the most ardent Brexiteers - including the heads of major UK employers - are starting to change their tune.
Apparently this Brexit is not the one Leave voters wanted, and is certainly not what Remainers wanted, but it’s the one we’re all having to live with.
"So many MPs have changed their minds about policies, is there a possibility that the country has changed it's mind about Brexit?"
An increasingly large majority of Brits now think Brexit was a mistake, new polling suggests. / After years of wrangling an exit deal with the EU and the ongoing Northern Ireland Protocol dispute, 57% of the country now believes leaving the bloc was an error.
A persistent majority of Britons think Brexit was a mistake, one of the UK's leading pollsters said Wednesday, forecasting near-certain defeat for the Conservatives at the next election.
A “RECORD high” number of people believe Brexit was a mistake, according to the latest polling.
Most people think Brexit has gone badly, a UK survey finds, and Johnson has left behind a mess of problems for a new PM.
The average annual gap between those who believe it was “wrong” to vote to Leave compared to “right” is almost double what it was last year.
Polls show average annual gap between those who believe it was ‘wrong’ to vote to Leave compared to ‘right’ has risen to double digits for the first time. / A growing number of Britons say the UK was wrong to Brexit, according to a Standard analysis of more than 200 polls.
More than two years after Brexit, British fishermen are angry. They were promised more control over fishing rights in British waters, but what they’ve gotten is reduced income. Many of them voted Leave, but now they feel they’ve been let down.
Nadeem Ahmed also warned leaving EU had triggered racist attacks and backed second referendum, in embarrassment for Boris Johnson.
An MPs’ report on the impact of Brexit on fishing has reignited a fierce debate over whether the UK’s departure from the EU was good or bad for the sector.