Total 32 Posts
Often, when bad things happen, we want to believe that this is an isolated error that can be easily rectified. More often, though, this error is systemic: the outcome of a system structured to do exactly this – like the UK school meal fiasco.
The Brexit Party has become Reform UK. What are they up to now? The populist simplicity of opposing lockdown is a strong antidote to the increasingly confusing and fluctuating demands of controlling COVID.
Professor Chris Grey’s Brexit analysis on continuing uncertainty about deal/no-deal, how it links to the US election and geo-politics and domestic politics of Covid-19, what Labour’s role could be, and new reports on UK unpreparedness for the end of transition.