Cummings engaged in a marathon battle on Twitter yesterday afternoon as he attempted to brush over the Northern Ireland protocol disaster
This summer, the true magnitude of the government’s mishandling of the pandemic and Brexit is becoming clear
Lord Frost has proposed a command plan as an attempt to resolve issues surrounding the Northern Ireland protocol.
What will the Johnson government will stand for? What is ‘Johnsonism’ and is it more than just a vacuous slogan?
Proposals within the nationality and borders bill to ‘off shore’ the asylum process are inhumane and will only make the system worse
As the Northern Ireland Protocol is attacked by its architects, sensitivity, not megaphone diplomacy, is needed for peace.
Now the UK is a third country outside the EU, the joy of travel has been replaced by anxiety stress and fear for millions of people.
Lord Frost, architect of the Northern Ireland protocol, has warned it faces a series of “rolling crises” unless a “new balance” is negotiated in the way the protocol operates.
A coalition of organisations and MPs has called on the prime minister to put an end to the ongoing Brexit misery.
What are the prospects for Scotland to re-join the EU? How difficult would it be? Graham Avery discusses the benefits and consequences
Northern Ireland protocol court case hears that parliament didn’t understand what it was voting for when it approved the agreement
Pro-EU group Leeds for Europe held a ‘Brexit isn’t working’ rally in Leeds city centre last week, drawing support despite covid restrictions
Brexit has led to a loss of funding for UK science – through a decline in Horizon 2020 research and innovation grants – according to new research released by Scientists for EU.
This is the last week for EU citizens to apply for settled status, but many are still in limbo after Brexit.
If Tory government efforts over the last ten years are anything to go by, there will never be a ‘bonfire’ of EU red tape.
Howard Goodall looks at the effect the pandemic and Brexit is having on the UK’s once-thriving live music industry.
Johnson’s failure to resolve the problem with Brexit and the Northern Ireland border is what’s causing all the current tensions
Gibraltar and Northern Ireland were both predicted to be Brexit flashpoints but so far only one of them has been. Why? David Henig examines the role that strong and clear leadership has played in both cases.
Sue Wilson, now a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, follows up on her first three open letters to the prime minister. Sue is chair of Bremain in Spain and dedicates her time to campaigning for the rights of UK citizens in the EU.
The question of a Scottish independence referendum. To avoid a constitutional crisis Scotland and Westminster might need to look at Canada and Québec, and the Czech-Slovak velvet divorce?
Brexit negotiations are continuing, with the UK and EU at an impasse over the Northern Ireland protocol and checks on British goods
Biden has apparently ordered a rare diplomatic rebuke to Johnson over the UK’s failure to implement the Northern Ireland protocol
So what next? Are we to be friends or foes? This was the question addressed in the latest online event run by the EU|UK Forum. Sadly, the consensus was that, while we may not be enemies exactly, we’re not friends either.
Brexit and covid are intertwined and follow ten years of austerity; Britain is further behind than many other major economies.
Seb Dance, as our guest author, writes about polarised politics and how most issues are perceived as binary. In fact, politics is more complex and citizens cannot be divided into two tribes; the EU is a key example of this.
Sue Wilson writes about the impact of Covid and Brexit on our lives over the past year; ties with the EU have been severed, divisions over lockdowns have arisen, and sadly not everything we have lost can be replaced, namely trust in our government.
Despite intensive negotiations underway to resolve the issues with the Northern Ireland protocol and the Irish border, there remain significant areas of disagreement
Pauline Allon writes about the impact Brexit and the Australian trade deal could have on British farming; Australian meat could flood into the UK market with their cheaper meat, where animal welfare is not a priority.
Peter Packham writes about the impact of Brexit on the British steel industry and manufacturers; broken promises, poor negotiation, empty deals, and no more protection measures.
Roger Casale reviews recent events at UK airports and the impact of this on our international image: while Brexit was promised as a way to encourage “Global Britain” it seems that our approach to immigration has gone the opposite way.