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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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The Tufton Street Elite Takes Back Control of the Brexit Project

, 27 September 2022
The libertarian ideologues in Downing Street are taking a hammer to Boris Johnson’s Brexit coalition, says Sam Bright

Three Years On from ‘No Deal’ Emergency: Operation Yellowhammer is Our Reality

, 22 September 2022
We are now living through the bleak predictions made in the Brexit contingency report in 2019, says TJ Coles

‘I Contracted a Parasitic Disease After Swimming in My Local River’

, 9 September 2022
Alan Pretsell explains the human cost of privatisation and deregulation

Jacob Rees-Mogg’s Appointment Shows Truss’ Government Is Captured by the Hard Right

, 7 September 2022
The UK's new Prime Minister is surrounding herself with hardline figures who were previously on the fringe of the Conservative movement, reports Adam Bienkov

‘The Myth of a Benign Brexit Immigration Policy’

, 5 September 2022
Martin Shaw replies to economist Jonathan Portes' recent Byline Times article, which argued that the Government's post-Brexit immigration system is a 'rare success'

‘The Government’s Post-Brexit Immigration Policy is a Rare Success’

, 30 August 2022
Jonathan Portes answers the criticisms of those who claim that what the Brexit campaign was really promising was lower levels of immigration

Starmer's Labour Must be Radical to Save us from a Thatcher Reboot

, 25 August 2022
The Labour leader needs to convince a weary public that he has the bold ideas to divert the UK from its damaging path under the Conservatives, argues Chris Painter

‘Global Britain’, and its New Blue Passport, is Falling Behind

, 24 August 2022
In terms of its access to the world, the UK is struggling to keep up with its peers, observes Professor Christopher Phillips

This Septic Isle

, 23 August 2022
Brexit is compounding, not relieving, the UK’s slurry of economic and environmental problems, says Rachel Morris

Boris Johnson’s Malignant Legacy

, 22 August 2022
Paul Connew reflects on the Prime Minister’s long, scandal-ridden rise to the top of British politics

The Conservative Leadership Contest has Exposed the Big Lie About Brexit

, 19 August 2022
Voters were promised better-funded public services and stronger employment rights after Brexit – Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak are now offering us the opposite, reports Adam Bienkov

Beware the Charter Cities Conspiracy Theory

, 15 August 2022
Chris Grey explores the various claims around Freeports and Charter Cities – and whether they are an extreme manifestation of a libertarian Brexit

Bendy Bananas and the Myth of Draconian EU Laws

, 9 August 2022
James Grace explores the number and nature of EU rules on the UK statute book

Cruel Britannia and the ‘Global Britain’ Fallacy

, 27 July 2022
The rhetoric and the reality of post-Brexit Britain are more distant than ever, notes Rachel Morris

Climate and Corruption Concerns over ‘Rushed’ UK-India Trade Deal

, 22 July 2022
Peers have expressed alarm about the Government’s approach to one of its flagship post-Brexit trade deals, reports David Hencke

Vote Leave’s Immigration Hypocrisy

, 20 July 2022

Boris Johnson: The Naked Emperor Exposed

, 7 July 2022
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