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Brexit is costing public sector workers

by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 15.09.2017

Brexit-induced inflation has pushed up interest on government debt by £9bn - enough to give every public sector worker a 5% bonus.


Britain’s magical thinking on EU trade

by Alan Wheatley | 15.08.2017

The UK calls its post-Brexit customs proposal innovative. The European Parliament’s negotiator is nearer the mark, dismissing it as fantasy.


The scramble for London’s EU agencies

by Luke Lythgoe | 01.08.2017

21 countries have placed bids for the EU’s medicines and banking regulators. The winners’ gain will be another Brexit loss for Britain.


Brexit slowdown

by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 26.07.2017

The economy is chuntering along rather unmerrily.


Dr Fox’s marvellous medicine

by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 26.07.2017

Regardless of the merits or otherwise of chlorinated chicken, a US-UK trade deal raises bigger questions of “taking back control” in order to hand it to Washington