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Anusheh Khan

March 29, 2021

Pandemic prices: How price hikes are affecting low-income families the most

Price hikes on food and petrol due to the pandemic and Brexit is affecting the most vulnerable populations that were hit…

Shaan Bharwani

December 22, 2020

Does Brexit really mean Brexit?

With the December 31st deadline for ongoing Brexit talks looming, will the UK and European Union finally see how the…

Oliver Hoade

December 14, 2020

UK’s post-Brexit farms: what to expect

The UK’s post-Brexit farms look set for big changes after ministers announced ‘the most fundamental shift’ in farming policy for…

Oliver Hoade

October 30, 2020

UK scores first major independent trade deal with Japan

Finally, the UK has signed it first major trade agreement since leaving the EU. The deal has been made between…

Shaan Bharwani

October 30, 2020

Food Standard Feuds

Earlier this October members of parliament voted on Amendment 16, tabled by Lord Grantchester, which would have required all free…

Charlie Whelan

May 28, 2020

Remember Brexit?

Moley-like we emerge blinking in the sunlight out of our houses, and, as we travel to the river, beach or…

Bhavik Borkhatria

January 30, 2020

Brexit – Reasons to be cheerful – 1, 2, 3

In the aftermath of the UK general elections, we begin to focus our attention on the rhetoric which ultimately led…

Charlie Whelan

October 30, 2019

Not another one! – let election fever commence!

What politically turbulent times we live in! A “quick” recap. May 2015 – David Cameron wins an overall majority.  The…

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