The repercussions of Brexit are endless, and here is another: pesticides illegal under EU regulations are now contaminating the honeys we consume. Unions of agricultural workers have lobbied the government, but now the Green party and environmental activists are doing the same back.
“against the hopes of Brexiteers, the UK will inevitably continue to be defined by its relationship with the EU for many years to come”
Brexiteer MPs are guilty of misleading the public once again after falsely accrediting the abolition of the tampon tax to the UK’s departure from the EU. Niamh Walsh discusses the frustration around such political manipulation.
Fergus Harris explores the situation at Number 10 and the implications for the Prime Minister’s Cabinet.
Yudy Wu discusses the relationship between China and the United Kingdom following Brexit and the decision to remove Huawei from the UK’s 5G network.
It seems the Brexetian repercussions are endless. This last exeposè illustrates the UK government’s opportunities for reform as negotiations involving agriculture continue digitally throughout the pandemic, with big names and a large petition advocating reform.
As the nation faces an unprecedented challenge, Cassie Grace urges us to find hope in each other amidst the darkness of coronavirus.
Nick Powell analyses the remain alliance and looks to history for another example of an unlikely coalition.
Olivia Garrett goes back in history to 1605 in order to analyse the events leading up to Guy Fawkes Night and discusses it’s relevance in our society today.
New research from the University of Exeter has revealed that two-thirds of people are in favour of MPs doing “whatever is necessary” to achieve their desired Brexit outcome, even if this means breaking constitutional conventions. The research surveyed 2,692 people in Britain, weighted to be demographically representative, between 5 and 9 September. Jason Reifler, Professor […]