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More Bregret! UK food inflation doubles in a month

Over the last month supermarket inflation has doubled, meaning customers are having to fork out more cash to buy staples such are butter and milk. This news means that pressure on household’s spare income will be reduced even more and Brexit is partly to blame. Some will see this has ...

The business impact of the loss of UK migration

Last week, the inevitable happened. The latest figures released by the Office of National Statistics showed that net migration to the UK now stands at 273,000 for the year to September, a massive drop of almost 50,000 from the previous year. In truth, these results should surprise no one. Given ...

EU to reform – without UK in it

One of the key messages that never came through in the run-up to the referendum is that Britain can not expect to influence the political makeup of the EU if it decides to leave the bloc. For me, the vote to leave was always a war on two fronts. The ...

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PMQs 1st March – We didn’t come down in the last shower

If you had to say what is one thing you would never want to imagine, Theresa May and John Bercow showering together is probably top of my list. Well maybe just after Gary Barlow doing anything. Somehow this cropped up in today’s session, but more of that later, as I ...

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