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Our silence over the issue is compounding the problem.
'I keep hearing my fellow unionists complaining that their anger over the existence of the Northern Ireland Protocol is not being recognised or taken seriously.'
Rather than starting a trade war with the EU, the UK needs to forge a practical and constructive relationship.
Downing Street has briefed the media that the British government is planning legislation purporting to give the UK the power to renege on the legally-binding Northern Ireland Brexit protocol.
Public concern about immigration to the UK may be down, but it has always been a surrogate question to living standards.
Scotland’s farm-raised salmon is renowned across the globe and here at home for being one of the most nutritious and sustainable products we can eat.
As Britons, not Brussels, foot the bill, many will be asking how a Brexit bonus turned into a tax bombshell.
“Brexit Opportunities Minister”. How about that for a contradiction in terms? Yet, this is a genuine post created for the oft-called “Member of Parliament for the 18th Century”, Jacob Rees-Mogg.
The Chancellor and Prime Minister need a plan to counter figures showing lower growth after the hit to EU trade.
After Rishi Sunak’s spring statement, the party can no longer rely on the economy to bolster support, so old battle lines are being redrawn.
800 crew members have been replaced by “cheap agency workers from eastern Europe” overnight.
A small group of rightwing MPs are jangling Tory nerves and using questions about living costs to undermine climate action.
‘Global Britain’ can only become a reality if Johnson rebuilds his links with European partners.
The UK's diplomatic heft and economic muscle have been greatly damaged by leaving the world's largest trading bloc. It will have increasingly little sway in any future global crises.
Seduced by money, and then isolated by Brexit, the UK has foregone its chance to lead in the response to the Ukraine crisis.
We can’t do sanctions, defence or energy without Europe.
As the Russian leader tries to diminish Europe, he finds ideologues such as Boris Johnson are doing the job for him.
‘Global Britain’ can only become a reality if Johnson rebuilds his links with European partners.
An island nation must trade with its nearest mainland, whatever our new Brexit opportunities minister claims.
Persevering with this policy, as Labour suggests, is as bad for the country as persevering with this charlatan prime minister.
The UK Government's handling of the exit from the EU has been an "unmitigated disaster" with little cause for optimism, writes Record View. / The survey of 1000 businesses by the British Chamber of Commerce on the impact of Brexit makes grim reading.
There is an air of desperation in attacks from those on the right and their supporters in the press. They fear if Johnson falls, the Brexit deception will crumble too.
The madness of bringing back measurements no-one understands and most of the world does not use.
Surely we can do better than sticking British flag logos onto German-owned, Japanese-made trains?