Archive: Brexit Party

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage addresses supporters at the Washington Central Hotel in Workington.

When he supported Norway: The Brexit policy Farage would rather forget

Not so long ago, Farage's Leave.EU outfit backed a soft Brexit. So how come a "clean WTO Brexit" is now the only option?

Opinion Former Articles

  • Brexit - a challenge and an opportunity

    Brexit has shaken our political landscape and provides many challenges to the food and farming industry, but it also provides a unique opportunity.

  • Brexit vote unsettles transport sector

    Government is urged to reaffirm its commitment to deliver major infrastructure schemes following Britain’s shock decision to leave the European Union

  • NOAH statement on ‘no-deal’ Brexit planning

    NOAH welcomes the publication of the first of government’s ‘no-deal’ Brexit planning notices but stresses that business remains very concerned about the lack of sufficient time to execute a smooth EU Exit process without interruption to the availability of vital veterinary medicines.

  • Infrastructure spending key post-Brexit

    Major increases in infrastructure spending will be needed across the UK in the aftermath of Brexit, the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and the chairman of the National Infrastructure Commission Lord Adonis have urged.

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