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The Beijing 2022 Boycott debate: Too far? Or not far enough? 

On Monday, the US announced a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics in Beijing, over concerns about China’s human rights abuses. The diplomatic boycott means that athletes will be free to compete, but US government officials will not attend the games. Beijing has blasted the decision as “political posturing and manipulation”, and… Read more »

Brexit minister Lord Frost, flanked by Paymaster General Penny Mordaunt, sitting opposite European Commission vice president Maros Sefcovic, who is flanked by Principal Adviser, Service for the EU-UK Agreements (UKS) Richard Szostak, as he chairs the first EU-UK partnership council at Admiralty House in London. Picture date: Wednesday June 9, 2021.
The Brexit trade deal – big problems for small businesses – Sarah Olney MP

On Christmas Eve 2020, in typical boosterish fashion and with great fanfare, Boris Johnson announced his trade deal with the EU.The message was clear. Brexit would bethe great enabler of opportunity and freedom for British business. However, after several months, the reality is that the deal is creating widespread issues for our exporters. Johnson made… Read more »

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