NFU president tells conference ministers have no understanding of how food production works. / Food producers have said the challenges they face are “the toughest in a generation” as members of the National Farmers’ Union met for their annual conference after the first full year of Brexit.
POST Brexit, people in the north of England are at risk of losing out on £300m for regional economic development, double the average cut per head as the rest of England.
People in the North of England are at risk of losing out on £300m for regional economic development after Brexit, new analysis has warned.
How Britain Falls Apart 05/01/2022
A road trip through the ancient past and shaky future of the (dis)United Kingdom. / The grim reality for Britain as it faces up to 2022 is that no other major power on Earth stands quite as close to its own dissolution.
From antibiotics to cancer drugs, The London Economic can reveal the full extent of the medicine supply crisis gripping Britain.
‘Red Wall’ and other poor parts of England will lose as much as £1 billion of development cash this year because of Brexit, dashing Boris Johnson’s pledge to “level up” Britain.
24 MPs representing all four nations of the UK have written to Trade Secretary Liz Truss demanding proper parliamentary scrutiny of the upcoming trade agreement with Australia, amid concerns that the deal could put farmers around the country out of business.
Philip Rycroft says PM’s ‘muscular brand of unionism’ has deepened divisions between four nations.
In what follows, a group of leading social scientists explore these themes, explaining what has happened in the past, the situation the UK finds itself in now, and the issues that might confront us going forward. The collection is intended as a guide to the big questions confronting the country in the years to come.
Who really owns UK fishing quotas? 07/12/2020
Fishing has been one of the key sticking points in talks over a future UK/EU trade deal.
Lord Heseltine, who wrote a report called Empowering English Cities in 2019, told Econ Film’s CoronaNomics show that the picture is “infinitely depressing”.
The political reality is that the United Kingdom is on a shoogly peg - and Brexit may be catalyst which breaks up the country.
BORDER checks between Scotland, England and Wales could be required because of varying food standards after Brexit, academics have warned.
Border checks between Scotland, England and Wales could be required because of varying food standards after Brexit, academics have warned.
Fears that uncertainty over Brexit will hit language learning after 25% drop in applications from EU citizens.