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Having been grossly misled in the referendum, Britons’ anger is mounting as the reality of our plight becomes clear.
The party can capitalise on Tory failure.
The Government has decided to hold firm on a 7,500 cap on medical school places – even with NHS staff shortages causing delays and disruption across the UK. But even if this cap was lifted, it wouldn’t aid an ailing NHS that lacks an adequate provision of trainee doctor places, hindered significantly by the UK’s departure from the EU.
Ken Clarke was one of the 114 MPs. He was the ONLY Tory MP to vote against triggering Brexit.
In a new report for the Compass think tank, Jon Bloomfield explores how post-Brexit Britain can build a better relationship with the EU.
Today the Bregret camp is now in a clear majority. According to a survey of 10,000 voters carried out for UnHerd, a majority now think the 2016 vote was a mistake.
A survey from Deltapoll finds that few Brits can name any advantages to leaving the EU, three years after it happened.
The African Union, comprised of 55 Member States, has prioritized enhancing regional integration and development, and in 2016 decided to move towards a “borderless” Africa with seamless intracontinental migration.
The need to work together on Putin, China and extreme weather mean even the Leaver in No 10 now wants closer ties with Europe.
When people voted for ‘Leave’ on 23 June 2016, nobody had been told – let alone asked – what Leave meant.
When the British electorate voted in 2016 to leave the EU, it was already clear that the implications for UK social sciences and humanities researchers were likely to be greater than for other disciplines.
It’s high time politicians got real about the EU and single market, extinguished the bonfire of lies and told the truth.
Brexit is an existential threat to Conservatism. When it fails, the party will need to ask itself some searching questions.
Underrepresented and alienated, the reality of Britons in Europe post-Brexit is far from appealing.
However, this article seeks to describe, as far as possible, how Brexit has affected the business and regulatory environment across the full range of areas covered by Steptoe and Johnson practices so far, and to identify issues of potential future concern for companies.
Prof Harold Varmus, the Nobel Laureate in physiology or medicine (1989), was in Pune for two days and interacted with scientists and students at National Centre for Cell Science.
Could sunset on EU laws see azodicarbonimide appear in ultra-processed baked products, while other additives disappear but only from ingredients lists?
As UK public feeling shifts back to a pro-European stance, is it time to positively charge the nature of the conversation?
The government plans to press ahead with legislation that would repeal swathes of EU law by default. Anyone who cares about legal certainty should object
After the UK’s bombshell Brexit referendum in 2016, some warned of a domino effect, eventually culminating in the total collapse of Brussels. / Yet a new poll makes mockery of the prediction that Brexit would be followed by Grexit, Czexit, Frexit, Italeave and Departugal. / On the contrary, it appears to have done the exact opposite.
When Boris Johnson agreed the Brexit divorce package with the EU, he promised it would unleash innovation, turning Britain into an agile “science superpower”. But rather than boost UK science and technology, Brexit has – so far – damaged it,
More than six years later, Trump’s rhetoric seems prescient for reasons he may not have intended. The right-wing populist shocks that hit both Britain and the United States in 2016 have exacerbated the internal dysfunctions within both countries’ right-wing parties.