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Boris Johnson’s Hard Brexit

As the reality of Britain's withdrawal from the EU in January 2021 begins to take its toll on trade, culture and services, Byline Times is keeping track of the impact

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Boris Johnson's Real Brexit Betrayal Was to Abandon the Single Market

, 17 May 2022
The Conservatives promised to keep the UK wedded to its biggest international market after Brexit, but have instead left us in ruinous isolation, reports Adam Bienkov

Just Imagine if the EU was Behaving as the UK Is

, 16 May 2022
Chris Grey poses a thought experiment around the Government's plans to scrap part of the Northern Ireland Protocol

EXCLUSIVE ‘Addicted to Exploiting Migrant Labour’: The Hidden Hostile Environment in the Fishing Industry

, 16 May 2022
Post-Brexit immigration rules are pushing more and more foreign fishermen to the margins of an already exploitative system, reports Frankie Vetch

‘Brexit Freedoms Bill’ Can’t Reverse What We’ve Already Lost

, 10 May 2022
As the Government proposes new laws to unshackle the UK, Sam Bright reviews the fundamental freedoms that have already been lost due to Brexit

African Trade Deal Exposes Brexit Britain’s Myths

, 6 May 2022
Joe Walsh explores how Africa is seeking closer economic integration with its regional neighbours, in contrast to the UK

EXCLUSIVE North Loses Out as Government Replaces EU ‘Shared Prosperity Fund’

, 20 April 2022
Sam Bright and Tom Robinson calculate the reductions in UK regional development spending, compared to the equivalent EU scheme

Post-Brexit Britain: A Rotting, Corrupted State

, 19 April 2022
Chris Grey explores why the UK’s departure from the EU cannot be separated from other challenging political and public developments in Britain today

EXCLUSIVE The Broken Brexit Promises Leaving Loved Ones In Limbo

, 13 April 2022
Sian Norris reports on how delays to family permits for spouses, parents and children of EU nationals and British citizens in the UK are causing families untold emotional distress

Boris Johnson’s Partygate Lies Have Brought Disgrace to his Office

, 29 March 2022
The Prime Minister repeatedly lied to Parliament and the public about the lawbreaking that took place in his own house, reports Adam Bienkov

What the Left Got Wrong on Immigration

, 21 March 2022
A lack of solidarity and understanding towards working class Eastern European migrants hindered the Left from countering anti-immigration narratives, writer Yva Alexandrova tells Sian Norris

EXCLUSIVE UK Trade With Human Rights Problem Countries Increased by 36% After Brexit

, 15 March 2022
As Boris Johnson prepares to schmooze Saudi Arabia, Sam Bright reports on the UK’s growing trade relationships with despotic regimes

How Levelling Up, Brexit and the Ukraine War are Intertwined

, 10 March 2022
Sam Bright explores how Brexit has exposed Britain to the reverberations of the war in Ukraine

Conservatives Cannot Fix a Cost of Living Crisis of their Own Making

, 4 March 2022
The Government does not have the ideological or intellectual tools to stop Brits from being squeezed, says Mike Buckley

EXCLUSIVE The Brexit Build Back Botch: Businesses Visited by Boris Johnson See Profits Collapse

, 2 March 2022
Sascha Lavin explores the reality behind the Prime Minister’s economic exaggerations

Global Britain or Lonely Britain?

, 2 February 2022

The Disaster that Dare Not Speak Its Name

, 22 November 2021

Vets Receive the Brexit Treatment

, 22 October 2021

Britain’s Brexit Crises: On the Road to Perdition

, 4 October 2021
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