Total 35 Posts
Punch-drunk Britain14 min read
How Brexit caused economic and social damage to the UK, such as lost investment, trade barriers, higher food prices, reduced choice, and lower standards. Professor Chris Grey warns of the risks of diverging from EU data protection rules and restricting student visas.
German and French tourists opt out of UK tourism due to Brexit ID regulations2 min read
Tourism leaders are concerned that French and German tourists are starting to avoid the UK due to post-Brexit restrictions on travel with identity cards.
Number 10 admits Brexit affects processing at Dover but blames chaotic queues on mysterious ways2 min read
The UK government has admitted that the new Brexit processes contributed to the chaotic travel queues at Dover, despite Home Secretary Suella Braverman denying that Brexit played a role in the delays.
‘Dear Rishi’ – The code words of British politics3 min read
Britain’s political landscape is full of coded language, where words and phrases mean something entirely different to the public than to those in power. They carefully craft their language with purpose, speaking in a way that will be understood, not necessarily heard.
Brexit Britain: Grow-your-own-salad country vs start-up nation3 min read
What’s a sustainable ambition for Brexit Britain? Not to become a start-up nation but to grow your own salad.
Three years of failure14 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s latest Brexit analysis. Three years on, with public support declining, there were no celebrations last week – only lies, excuses, and the usual cries of ‘betrayal’. Nothing new, but as time passes, the failure of the Brexit project is simply inescapable.
Untying Brexit’s toxic knots14 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s latest Brexit analysis on David Lammy’s speech that was maybe the first time since Brexit that a major politician challenged its central, flawed assumptions. A small but welcome first step to realism.