“We are ready to begin discussions with the EU from 1 February. The EU have various processes to go through before they are ready to sit down and have those discussions with us.” Last year, Boris Johnson had set a deadline of 31 December 2020 in the Conservative manifesto for the completion of talks on the UK’s future trade relationship with the EU, with the timetable significantly shorter than usually required for comparable free trade agreements, with some analysts claiming it would not be possible to achieve anything more than a “bare bones” deal by the deadline. … [Read more...] about Business Leaders Seek Clarity from UK Government Over ‘Sketchy’ Brexit Deal Objectives
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Wednesday September 2, London The O2 - Extra date added Thursday, September 3, London The O2 Friday, September 4, 2020 London The O2 Tuesday, September 8, 2020 Dublin, Republic of Ireland 3Arena Thursday, September 10, 2020 Glasgow, Scotland SSE Hydro Friday, September 11, 2020 Newcastle Upon Tyne, England Utilita Arena Saturday, September 12, 2020 Leeds, England First Direct Arena Sunday, September 13, 2020 Liverpool, England M&S Bank Arena Wednesday, September 14, 2020 Sheffield, England FlyDSA Arena Thursday, September 17, 2020 Manchester, England Manchester Arena Friday, September 18, 2020 Nottingham, England Motorpoint Arena Saturday,September 19, 2020 Birmingham, England Arena Birmingham Monday, September 21, 2020 Cardiff, Wales Motorpoint Arena Cardiff Tuesday,September 22, 2020 Bournemouth, England Bournemouth International Centre The tour is Stormzy's first solo shows in the capital since his three-day stint at Brixton Academy in May 2017. … [Read more...] about Stormzy 2020 UK tour dates and how to buy tickets
Here’s the big question: have we become a country that really, really doesn’t like children? That unwelcoming grudge is often reflected in punitive political attitudes: people shouldn’t have any children if they can’t afford them, the state shouldn’t have to support them. No wonder the entire social mobility commission resigned, exasperated by pious nonsense about “opportunity” from a government pulling the rug from under children’s chances. … [Read more...] about Has the UK become a country that really doesn’t like children?
John Sauven, executive director of Greenpeace UK, told the Guardian: “Britain isn’t leaving the international community, and we’re certainly not leaving the planet. That means the Paris agreement is every bit as vital to our future as it was yesterday. In fact, sticking to our Paris promises is more important than ever: we are about to negotiate new trade deals, and the last thing we can afford to do is break the commitments we made to the world just six months ago. … [Read more...] about EU out vote puts UK commitment to Paris climate agreement in doubt
However, the leading Brexiters, such as climate change doubter and likely next prime minister Boris Johnson, will play a critical role. If the deal they negotiate with the EU means close ties - and crucially access, like Norway, to Europe’s internal energy market (IEM) - the long-term dent to the UK’s energy prospects may be reduced. But a more decisive break with the world’s biggest single market would leave the UK out in the cold. … [Read more...] about Leave vote makes UK’s transition to clean energy harder, say experts