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Analysis

Davis bigs up expat health card deal

by Luke Lythgoe | 04.09.2017

Brexit secretary is boasting about half-finished deals on expats to distract from failure to make decisive progress in talks.

Analysis

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.

Analysis

6 ways Brexit could flatline the NHS

by Luke Lythgoe | 31.05.2017

Forget revitalising shot of £350m every week, leaving the EU could cause the NHS’ health to deteriorate in a number of ways.

Expert View

Brexit promises a nasty chemical reaction

by Nigel Haigh | 21.02.2017

We will either have to copy EU chemical rules, meaning loss of control; or our industry will have to comply with two sets of regulations.

Farmers reap the harvest of voting Brexit

by Charlie Mitchell | 02.12.2016

The National Farmers’ Union campaigned for Remain, but rural areas voted for Leave. With labour shortages growing, British farms are in trouble.