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Boris Johnson and his fellow buccaneers could start by being honest about how expectations for Brexit need to alter after the pandemic.
Business is desperate for an extension to avoid a no-deal Brexit – but the leader of the opposition is keeping his counsel for now.
Our post-Brexit trade talks are happening in secrecy, with many potential risks.
Because neither the UK or the EU have much to gain from a concession, a deal is unlikely.
The Brexiteers' dream may be merely delayed – but it could be washed away altogether.
What we eat can symbolise a deeper set of feelings about national identity, and have a powerful impact on political discourse.
With EU trade negotiations set to get back up and running next week, how likely is it that the UK will seek an extension to the transition period?
The Prime Minister risks compounding one economic shock with another if the UK abruptly leaves the European single market and customs union this year.
A new trade deal with the EU this year is now impossible – the Prime Minister should seek an extension to the transition period.
The UK is the only major country in Europe not to have announced it will subsidise employees’ wages or make direct cash payments to its citizens.