Category: Brexit

Scrapping the NI protocol is just the start. Johnson’s trade wars are Trumpism in action | Simon Jenkins

Brexit has left Britain out on a limb. Yet the PM seems hellbent on alienating our trading partners to boost his own position Britain’s foreign policy is now at the mercy of Boris Johnson’s reckless quest for survival. At home he grasps for votes with Irish border controls, protectionist tariffs and immigrant quotas. Abroad, he…
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Scrapping the NI protocol is just the start. Johnson’s trade wars are Trumpism in action | Simon Jenkins

Brexit has left Britain out on a limb. Yet the PM seems hellbent on alienating our trading partners to boost his own position Britain’s foreign policy is now at the mercy of Boris Johnson’s reckless quest for survival. At home he grasps for votes with Irish border controls, protectionist tariffs and immigrant quotas. Abroad, he…
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Now is the time for Scots to escape the clutches of Westminster | Letters

Alastair McLeish and Sue Hawthorne make the case for independence to create a different kind of politics of the common good. Plus letters from Greg Stephens, William Bartram and Robert Jeffs Your editorial (28 June) is right to say that “all nations are created”. I look forward to the time when Scotland will be able…
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