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We were promised sunny uplands and a oven ready deal: instead we've been served extra helpings of cow excrement. As Nigel Farage admits Brexit is a disaster, car manufacturers threaten to walk and Keir Starmer calls for a renegotiation, it's time to accept reality.
What the former Prime Minister warned BEFORE the referendum.
Lewis Goodall disputes Bruges Group's Robert Oulds after his stance on Brexit contradicts facts.
Significant housing and staffing problems in the tourism sector across the strath are the result of 10 years of hostile environment policy, MP Drew Hendry insists. / He has been meeting with local operators to discuss their plight, and has spoken this week about the difficulties tourism companies now face after Brexit.
Listen to Nigel Farage and he'll tell you the biggest problem in Dover is a swarm of immigrants, flooding its beaches. / But the number of people crossing the English Channel in small boats is relatively small. / Meanwhile, the UK haulage industry has been brought to its knees by a driver shortage induced by Brexit and coronavirus.
The remarkable call from a four-time Ukip candidate to James O'Brien is at number three in the countdown of his best Brexit clips.
In October 2015, I gave a speech to international journalists in Germany called, ‘Newspaper lies can cost lives.’ Less than a year later, Britain voted for Brexit, with one of the main reasons cited as ‘too many migrants’. How did such a fear and dislike of migrants develop? Newspaper lies played an enormous role.
Swati Dhingra of the Centre for Economic Policy at the London School of Economics talks about the key economics of Brexit The interview was recorded at the Royal Economic Society annual conference at The University of Sussex in Spring 2016 and produced by Econ Films.
A London restaurant owner says he won't remove the message on receipts, which celebrates immigration.
"Blame us. Blame Westminster. Do not blame Brussels for our own country's mistakes and do not be angry at us for telling you the truth. Be angry at the chancers who sold you a lie."
EU law expert, Professor Michael Dougan gives his assessment of the impact of Brexit on migrant rights, following many audience requests.