FT Brexit Unspun

FT Brexit Unspun

Britons have a change of heart on immigration

Fears about EU migrants 'flooding the country' played a big role in the campaign to persuade Britons to vote for...

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Britain and EU fall out over Galileo

A bitter row has broken out between Brussels and the British government over Europe’s Galileo satellite navigation...

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Are UK citizens' rights at risk?

Many in Britain have been unaware of the extent to which European law has benefited their rights, and that, without...

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How realistic are Britain's Commonwealth trade ambitions?

The network of mostly former British colonies accounts for a relatively small share of British exports compared to...

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What we can learn from the Skripal affair?

Theresa May was backed by over 20 countries and Nato when she accused Russia of using a military grade nerve agent to...

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Will British fishermen be 'sold down the river' again?

A big appeal of Brexit for fishing communities around the UK was the promise that Britain would take back control of...

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Giving a voice to generation Brexit

Young people were under-represented in the Brexit referendum because only 40 per cent turned out to vote, but those...

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Brexit talks: What progress on the Irish border question?

Northern Ireland is proving to be the single biggest risk to Brexit talks as negotiators struggle to reconcile...

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Brexit case study: British Sugar

In this episode, we look at what Britain’s decision to leave the EU means for a food manufacturer and exporter that...

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Brexit negotiations: May's silence on the City

Theresa May promised to put financial services at the heart of a trade deal with the EU, but her government has...

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Where are the talks heading this year?

Siona Jenkins catches up with the progress of the exit talks and discusses the likely next steps in the trade...

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Tourism and travel

The fall in sterling since the Brexit referendum has given a big boost to the UK tourism industry. But can a sector...

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Medical research and the NHS

Siona Jenkins and guests how collaboration between health researchers and specialists will be affected by Brexit, as...

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What prospects for UK exporters?

Sarah Gordon, FT business editor, Alli Rennison, head of EU and trade policy at the Institute of Directors, and Peter...

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A green and pleasant land?

The EU's Common Agricultural Policy has been responsible for destroying much of Britain's natural landscape and...

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What's on the menu for Britons outside the EU?

How much food does the UK import from Europe and how dependent are UK farmers on European subsidies? Will the price...

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Will a squeeze on labour push up wages?

Siona Jenkins discusses the future of employment, growing workforce gaps and what will happen to wages with the FT's...

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Who will have the right to remain?

Brexit has thrown the life plans of vast numbers of people into disarray and has caused headaches to employers...

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Uncertain times for UK business

Uncertainty about the outcome of the exit negotiations has hit some companies hard, while others are examining...

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How democratic is the Brexit Bill?

Siona Jenkins examines questions of the legitimacy of the Brexit process and the impact on our democracy of the bill...

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