Brexit

We may have won World War II, but Ukraine proves its repercussions remain
politics

We may have won World War II, but Ukraine proves its repercussions remain

Will we return to a global balance of power – the kind that kept big confrontations off the table – ever again?

Most farmers have no confidence in post-Brexit agricultural policy
Farming

Most farmers have no confidence in post-Brexit agricultural policy

Changes to the agricultural sector following Brexit have been poorly received by English farmers, with many confused by “contradictory” policies.

These reports by MPs offer very different perspectives on how Brexit is going
Brexit

These reports by MPs offer very different perspectives on how Brexit is going

The government’s Benefits of Brexit report and the Public Accounts Committee’s EU Exit: UK Border post transition study offer contrasting evaluations.

30,000 pigs culled since September due to supply chain issues and worker shortages
Farming

30,000 pigs culled since September due to supply chain issues and worker shortages

Freeports will not save Christmas. Sorry
Business

Freeports will not save Christmas. Sorry

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How Brexit and the food supply chain crisis might take a bite out of your Christmas dinner
Christmas

How Brexit and the food supply chain crisis might take a bite out of your Christmas dinner

Charities label post-Brexit scheme for sustainable farming a ‘huge disappointment’
Nature

Charities label post-Brexit scheme for sustainable farming a ‘huge disappointment’

Net zero could be the next target for the dark money power plays of the Brexit lobby
Peter Geoghegan

Net zero could be the next target for the dark money power plays of the Brexit lobby

Food shortages: Is Boris Johnson treating the UK like one big Tesco?
News

Food shortages: Is Boris Johnson treating the UK like one big Tesco?

We’re counting the cost of failing to prepare for a post-Brexit world
Opinion

We’re counting the cost of failing to prepare for a post-Brexit world

CO2 crisis: Why you shouldn’t panic buy
News

CO2 crisis: Why you shouldn’t panic buy

Imperial measurements? What’s really on the government agenda
Politics

Imperial measurements? What’s really on the government agenda

Settled status deadline risks ‘Windrush-type tragedy’
Politics

Settled status deadline risks ‘Windrush-type tragedy’

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We need new thinking, shaken not stirred
Opinion

We need new thinking, shaken not stirred

EU citizens risk losing jobs and homes as July deadline looms
Politics

EU citizens risk losing jobs and homes as July deadline looms

Lords hear pleas for EU citizens to get physical proof of settled status
Politics

Lords hear pleas for EU citizens to get physical proof of settled status

With coronavirus and Brexit, musicians need our support more than ever
Politics

With coronavirus and Brexit, musicians need our support more than ever

Why Brexit is bad for Britain’s orchestras
Politics

Why Brexit is bad for Britain’s orchestras

“Mostly, I feel tired”: A Brit abroad’s perspective on Brexit Day in Berlin
Opinion

“Mostly, I feel tired”: A Brit abroad’s perspective on Brexit Day in Berlin

We asked Europe frontman Joey Tempest if Brexit really is The Final Countdown
Politics

We asked Europe frontman Joey Tempest if Brexit really is The Final Countdown

‘People are getting desperate’: The no-deal Brexit crisis facing foodbanks
Politics

‘People are getting desperate’: The no-deal Brexit crisis facing foodbanks

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Make or break Brexit: the future of social enterprise
Politics

Make or break Brexit: the future of social enterprise

Yellowhammer food price rises are “stark” for the poor
Politics

Yellowhammer food price rises are “stark” for the poor

No Deal Brexit: Getting ready for the cheddar deficit
Politics

No Deal Brexit: Getting ready for the cheddar deficit

Gina Miller on saving democracy and being a ‘transparency campaigner’
Politics

Gina Miller on saving democracy and being a ‘transparency campaigner’

Listen to BBC political correspondent Chris Mason’s Brexit Megamix
Politics

Listen to BBC political correspondent Chris Mason’s Brexit Megamix

Brexit will stop landlords renting to EU nationals under Right to Rent scheme
Politics

Brexit will stop landlords renting to EU nationals under Right to Rent scheme

Plugging the skills gap: How Brexit will impact construction and health care
Politics

Plugging the skills gap: How Brexit will impact construction and health care

John Bird: Like Churchill, we need to make the right impression
Opinion

John Bird: Like Churchill, we need to make the right impression

Paul McNamee: In politics, tricky seems to be the hardest word
Opinion

Paul McNamee: In politics, tricky seems to be the hardest word

Experts are warning that a no-deal Brexit could ‘jeopardise people’s health’
Politics

Experts are warning that a no-deal Brexit could ‘jeopardise people’s health’

John Bird: Only unity can heal Brexit rifts
Opinion

John Bird: Only unity can heal Brexit rifts

Time is running out for technology to solve the Irish border question
Politics

Time is running out for technology to solve the Irish border question

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