Mid-term one would have thought Labour would have rompt home. However, a narrow victory with a swing of almost 3% to the Conservatives
Even if the European Union and the United Kingdom conclude a highly ambitious partnership covering all areas agreed in the Political Declaration by the end of 2020, the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the EU acquis, the internal market and the Customs Union, at the end of the transition period will […]
A businessman has pledged that part of a remote European city will be forever England.
The First World War was a travesty, around 40 million civilian and military casualties.
As the United Kingdom claws its way through the rubble that Brexit is becoming, more and more countries across the European Union are telling British ex-pats that life will go on as normal. The European Commission has asked – but not ordered – member states to grant temporary residence permits […]
When I read Mr Hanrahan’s article I wondered should I take it literally? Then I knew I would be a fool not to (writes Dorothy Banks). For me, there was no simple way of finding whether this particular £8.9 billion we pay annually into the EU had indeed been factored […]
As most people in the UK and Ireland will know, the governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, announced yesterday the result of various scenarios relating to Bank of England projections for the UK economy in the event of leaving with the May/EU agreed deal… or no deal… or […]
Jaguar Land Rover is ready to relocate production of the reknowned Discovery from Birmingham to Slovakia next year. As it announced its decision to move to Europe, Jaguar admitted there will be job losses in the UK. An official statement said: “The potential losses of some agency employed staff in […]
After six years of conflict millions of Syrians have been displaced, forced to flee their homes and now live precariously with an uncertain future. Many have found sanctuary throughout Europe but this has prompted voices in the UK to predict ‘a swarm’ of refugees ‘swamping’ the British Isles. It has […]
Theresa May’s manifesto pledges to include the value of people’s property in the means test over the cost of care at home. At the moment, we pay for home care if we have more than £23,500, excluding the value of our house. But the Tory manifesto says people will pay […]