Liz Truss

Total 13 Posts

A normal week in crazy Brexit Britain.

12 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s analysis on the ongoing and underlying NIP issues, the incoherence and contradictions of the post-Brexit trade policy, the politics of “gormlessness”, and a bit on the Cummings stuff.

Eight children killed this month, as fighting intensifies in Yemen.

3 min read
The brutal conflict in Yemen continues to exact a devastating toll on children, with at least eight killed and a further 33 injured in attacks since the beginning of March. Across the country, over 11 million children are in need of humanitarian assistance and protection.

While we are waiting.

12 min read
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.

Will the UK really join the CPTPP free-trade bloc in Asia-Pacific?

5 min read
The UK’s free-trade deal with Japan is an important step towards joining CPTPP, but there are many hurdles still to be cleared.

Cameron, May, Johnson... who next?

3 min read
Off the back of rumours Boris Johnson is already planning his resignation in January (which may well be empty gossip), here are some slightly disjointed thoughts.

Nonsense about New Zealand trade deal.

3 min read
What can we sell to New Zealand that we couldn’t before?

Prime example of misreading stats: Report of 2019 a record-breaking year for UK exports an illusion.

5 min read
Is the UK economy booming or are the statistics being twisted out of shape by the shuffling of gold bullion? A strange and unprecedented £13bn export in gold is skewing the UK’s economic statistics. And the government fell for it.
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