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  • Britains Future Westminster

    As Chequers Loses Support, Let’s Not Forget the Other Options

    The Government has been struggling since July to unite the various elements of Brexit behind its vision. The Chequers proposal has been vilified by Brexiteer and Remainer MPs, the British public, think tanks and the European Union. This has only been highlighted by a poll that was released this morning in the Telegraph, which highlighted that voters…

  • Fishing Industry Must be Allowed to Thrive Post Brexit

    It’s time for British fisheries to thrive

    This week we have seen an abhorrent display of behaviour, as French fishing trawlers in the English Channel, trapped their UK counterparts; furious at them stripping scallop beds before they were authorised to do so. UK boats were forced to call in the British Navy for protection and some reported “criminal damage”. But what is…

  • Brexit: Our Environment, Our Chance

    Brexit: A Chance to Improve Our Environment

    The United Kingdom has long been a world leader in environmental policy. We are a progressive country, eager to make a difference in the world and eager to leave the globe in a better state than when we found it. However, for years we haven’t been able to make a true mark upon the world.…

  • Full Brexit Is Needed

    A Full Brexit Creates Opportunities For Britain

    The Government yesterday released the White Paper which outlines the proposals for the future relationship with the European Union. The Chequers Plan, as it has been called, unfortunately does not allow the UK to fully seize the opportunities the lie ahead. Crucially, the White Paper includes a “common rule” book, which would mean that the…

  • Smarter immigration best for britain

    Migration System Must Attract What is Best for Britain

    Immigration is an important part of any economy; it attracts talent, innovation, bridges skills gaps, expands contributions to taxes and diversifies cultures. One of the most significant reasons behind the UK’s decision to leave the European Union was for the UK to regain control of immigration. However, the wider public in the UK is not…

  • Brexit Can Present Opportunities in Agri-Tech

    Green Brexit: UK to lead the way in Agri-Tech

    The UK is beginning to realise there is great potential beyond the chains of Brussels. Environment Secretary Michael Gove is working to push the positives that Brexit will bring to British Environmental Regulations. When the Cabinet Minister is not cracking down on single-use plastics, he is pushing for reform for British farmers. The Department of…

  • CHOGM 2018: The Charm Offensive

    CHOGM 2018: Time for the Charm Offensive

    With leaders of Commonwealth Countries from across the world pouring into London for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM), the British Government is avidly focussed on strengthening the ties with our historical partners. The Commonwealth is made up of 53 countries and 2.4 billion people – nearly a third of the world’s population but…

  • The UK can become a world leader in animal welfare

    The UK to become a world leader in Animal Welfare

    Brexit may provide Britain with the potential to become a global leader in animal welfare, as per live exporting proposals being considered by Environment Secretary Michael Gove. Mr Gove is considered a widespread ban on the live export of animals in a move that has been widely welcomed by critics of live exporting. The environment…

  • Brexit Provides Opportunity to Reform

    Brexit and Aviation Reform

    The aviation sector has been of crucial importance throughout the Brexit debate. Britain has an incredibly strong and active aviation sector that stands to be impacted by the changes that Brexit will bring. However, it is essential that we utilise Brexit as an opportunity to make legislation our own; future-proof the industry, provide it with…