Tory MP Sir John Redwood has urged the Prime Minister to refocus the British Government’s efforts at delivering the benefits of Brexit. Boris Johnson has been in the German city of Munich where he delivered a speech strongly condemning Russian threats to
The UK was originally involved in drawing up the EU’s General Safety Regulations, but now transport minister Trudy Harrison says no decision has been made on the UK having to adopt them. As well as cutting EU red tape, moving away from
Boris Johnson marked the second anniversary of Brexit hailing the opportunities the UK will be able to benefit from by scrapping remaining EU-influenced legislation. Mr Johnson insisted the Brexit Freedoms Bill will will help secure investment in cutting-edge technologies in the UK.
Countless officials, of all stripes, issued warnings over the alleged damaging economic impacts of leaving the EU. Despite this, British high-net-worth individuals remain confident about London’s position as financial capital of Europe over the next decade and investment in UK start-ups is rising. Even
Instead, the former Brexit Secretary said that leaving the EU was about “bringing democracy home”. It has given the UK the power to forge its own destiny – where it succeeds or fails, he said. And now the UK has left the