Archive: Soft Brexit
Soft Brexit alienates people and no-deal terrifies them: a people’s vote is getting likelier by the week
Boris Johnson was actually right about something: even if the Chequers deal were accepted by the EU, it would represent a total failure for Leavers and Remainers alike
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Brexit has shaken our political landscape and provides many challenges to the food and farming industry, but it also provides a unique opportunity.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer has today announced a new levy on soft drinks that contain added sugar.
NOAH welcomes the publication of the first of government’s ‘no-deal’ Brexit planning notices but stresses that business remains very concerned about the lack of sufficient time to execute a smooth EU Exit process without interruption to the availability of vital veterinary medicines.
Major increases in infrastructure spending will be needed across the UK in the aftermath of Brexit, the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and the chairman of the National Infrastructure Commission Lord Adonis have urged.
Britain has a legal obligation to trigger its exist from the EEA. So what explains the mystery of the government's silence on it?