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The economic fallout from leaving the EU is becoming all too apparent.
As with another self-inflicted economic injury in the 1920s, Britain is struggling under a burden that could be reversed.
The Labour leader declares he will counter Boris Johnson's Brexit 'chaos and division' by negotiating the best deal for the British people.
Thanks to Brexit, sterling is becoming a risky bet for some investors.
Rees-Mogg’s efforts to reap economic benefits from Brexit has come up woefully short.
Tobias Ellwood claims there is an ‘appetite’ in Britain to make ‘course corrections’ to the current Brexit model.
It comes as Brexit means fall in crops and fewer British products in supermarkets. / Leaving the EU has led to a decline in crops and fewer home-grown products on the shelves of Britain’s supermarkets, farming chiefs have warned, reports The Independent.
Political distance from Brussels has been achieved. This is not up for question. However, economically speaking, there is vast room for improvement. The OBR calculates, in its current form, that Brexit is reducing our GDP by four per cent. This compares to around 1.5 per cent caused by Covid.
A senior Tory MP has called for the government to take the UK back into the single market as the nation struggles with the cost of living crisis.
Tearing up Northern Ireland protocol ‘will spark trade war, drive up inflation and damage UK influence’, warns senior Tory MP.
Tobias Ellwood, a former defence minister, says he has not withdrawn his letter of no-confidence in the prime minister because of the speech he gave comparing Brexit with Ukraine's struggle against the Russians.
A Welsh Government minister who has family in Ukraine has slammed Boris Johnson as a “sick, pompous narcissist” after he compared the struggle of the people of Ukraine against invasion to the UK’s vote for Brexit.
The government has been criticised for downgrading the diplomatic status of the EU's ambassador in London.
The development comes after the Ministry of Defence confirmed that four 80-metre gunboats have been placed on standby to guard British waters from EU trawlers.
Tobias Ellwood, chair of Parliament’s defence committee, voiced his concern with the plans, but a former Navy chief defended the suggestion.
Boris Johnson to reveal whether negotiations are over – plunging trade with EU into turmoil in 19 days’ time
Lady Sugg hands in resignation after overseas aid cut by a third.
A government-backed satellite project to rival the EU’s has been scrapped and labelled nothing more than a “vanity project” by a former Tory defence minister.
Senior Conservatives are not backing down on their rebellion against Boris Johnson's controversial Brexit legislation despite his warning that the EU could "carve up" the United Kingdom without it.
Former prime ministers urge MPs to reject legislation, saying it endangers Irish peace process.
Government ignored legal advice over proposed withdrawal agreement changes.
What are the Brexit proposals put forward - and why will they probably be rejected?
A group of Conservative MPs could put their weight behind a vote of no confidence to block a no-deal Brexit, a junior defence minister warned today.