Monday February 17, 2020

The Tax Take: What to expect as Brexit bites

Look beyond the blame game and we can be certain about some dire outcomes from Britain’s EU divorce

11th August, 2019
Boris Johnson: hammering home unpleasant truths about Brexit

The biggest contribution of Boris Johnson’s premiership so far has been to hammer home the realisation that Brexit will have real consequences for everyone.

It is ironic that all those in favour of the backstop and all those against it agree on one point. The insurance policy exists only because of a shared doubt that a deal can be reached by the end of December 2020 to manage trade on the island of...

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