#TruckedOff Union backs grassroots campaign to restore ‘safety, decency and dignity’ to HGV drivers’ working life

Whisper it softly… but away from the arguments over the Protocol there are signs Northern Ireland is benefiting from its economic relationship with the EU

Change to ‘Cabotage’ rules will hurt British firms and workers. It’s the latest sign that Brexit economic nationalism isn’t working

Radical agricultural reform in Scotland. How the coalition government can use its powers

“Higher pay, not uncontrolled immigration”? Huge shortage of nurses exposes government hypocrisy

Is the Leave vote becoming more fragile? Christabel Cooper takes a deep dive into public opinion on Brexit

Britain could “destroy” Irish beef farmers, said Jacob Rees-Mogg in 2018. Three years on, how is this claim working out?

Jon Bloomfield on building a progressive UK-EU relationship after Brexit: ‘It takes two to tango’

Jonathan Hopkin on Britain after Brexit: a low immigration, high wage economy?

Government resistance to Lords amendments may see the Environment Bill further delayed