Total 11 Posts
Professor Chris Grey’s analysis on how there is some emerging realism but still a lack of honesty about Brexit. That needs to change quickly, as there is even more at stake than empty shelves.
We need a free trade agreement for vegetables – and not much else. Free trade deals risk leading to an unhealthier food supply and poorer health.
The UK–Australia trade deal is not really about economic gain – It’s about demonstrating post-Brexit sovereignty.4 min read
Negotiating new trade deals post-Brexit will have real economic consequences and require politically difficult compromise.
Professor Chris Grey’s latest Brexit analysis on why the shape of the deal isn’t a surprise and is damage limitation at best, a reminder that leaving the EU Single Market means the end of the ‘UK’ single market, and why this isn’t the end of Brexit but a new phase.