Tagged with "WTO Brexit"
  • Juncker

    Project Fear: Predictions vs Reality

    Project Fear is a complete laughing stock. Barely a day ges by without new evidence that Britain is prospering, and attracting huge waves of investment, as we head out of the EU. Let's just do it without delay

    by Joshua Mackenzie-Lawrie - 26 July 2019
  • Aberdeen_free_port

    A Brexit embrace of British style free ports

    The UK post Brexit must establish Free Ports so we can optimise the economic benefits of leaving the EU. Free Ports would not only bring economic benefits independently, but would offer a key bridge between leaving the EU and securing tariff-free trade with the EU as well as other nations around the world

    by Joel Casement - 19 July 2019
  • Wto

    A WTO Brexit isn’t really No Deal

    With the seemingly inevitable victory of Boris Johnson in this Conservative Leadership race and the scrutiny which is placed upon him, the UK is slowly able to peel back the layers of ‘Project Fear’ to finally get to grips with the opportunities and possibilities presented by a WTO Brexit. Let's go for it

    by Joshua Mackenzie-Lawrie -  5 July 2019
  • London_school_of_economics

    Brexit and student fees: Let equality rule

    Uproar and indignation is the response of many student organisations and their supporters at the potential change in fees for EU and non-EU foreign students after Brexit. But this is about equality. Why should Indians or Nigerians pay more than Germans or Czechs?

    by Joel Casement - 17 May 2019
  • Oil_rig

    The UK's post-Brexit future in oil and gas

    The United Kingdom’s oil and gas sector stands ready to benefit from Brexit, along with our rediscovered freedom to trade globally. It is imperative we Get Britain Out of the EU without delay so we can avail ourselves of a more vibrant economy

    by Joel Casement - 23 April 2019
  • Shutterstock_1203587437

    No Deal is Nothing to Fear

    Harry Todd argues that the only thing we have to fear with a No Deal Brexit, is fear itself.

    by Harry Todd - 18 April 2019