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Jonty Bloom

Ready for a deli drought? Coming soon, the latest Brexit benefit (while stocks last)

Post-Brexit checks and charges on EU food imports are here – and we’ll soon notice their impact

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The Tories’ evisceration of Sure Start should be a national scandal

New data shows the programme not only helped the poorest but paid for itself

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Why have we let the private equity wide boys run riot with our economy?

Giving business free rein while putting ordinary people on a tight leash is part of a depressing pattern

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The ‘self-harm’ Brexit import checks are here - and the damage will be huge

Higher prices and empty shelves are on the way

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The Telegraph’s apology for Brexit is not really an apology at all

Columnist Sherelle Jacobs says leaving the EU has “spectacularly failed” - but only because we have not tried hard enough

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The Tories’ mindless vandalism of higher education

Britain’s universities and colleges are on the brink because of government policies

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No wonder the farmers who voted for Brexit are furious

The eye-catching tractor protests are justified from a stitched-up sector that mostly voted Leave

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These crazy housing affordability numbers show Nimbys are killing Britain

The only answer to our property problems is unlocking the ability to build more homes

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Leo Varadkar stood up for the whole island of Ireland against Brexit madness

The outgoing Taoiseach ran rings around Boris Johnson as he made peace a priority

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Inflation falls, but it’s nothing to do with Sunak

If anyone’s “plan” is working, it’s the Bank of England’s

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The state we’re in: Brexit has left the UK unfit for purpose

Civil service numbers have soared as the government undermines its own response to Brexit

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The new report that spells out the waste and muddle of the UK’s response to Brexit

An extra 100,000 civil servants have been hired, but are being undermined by a rudderless government

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Kemi Badenoch is hoping no-one notices Britain’s manufacturing slump

The UK has slipped three places to 11th on the list of the world’s top makers

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Economy of truth: Debunking Hunt’s migrant myths

The data shows that more foreign workers are good for the UK. So why is the chancellor so keen to pretend otherwise?

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Jeremy Hunt has shown he doesn’t care about councils or defence - just tripping up Labour

His Budget looks worse - and more cynical - by the day

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Jeremy Hunt is wrong. Britain is still on a road to higher taxes

A 2p cut in national insurance won’t make up for stealth rises in income tax

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Regardless of what gloating Brexiteers say, Germany will be back

Brexit supporters claim Germany’s crisis proves we were right to leave the EU. That’s puerile, illogical stuff

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Whatever the budget brings, let’s hope it’s not a tribute to Nigel Lawson

Jeremy Hunt is an admirer of the chancellor whose policies caused a massive recession

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Here’s the budget Hunt won’t dare deliver

Instead of a pitiful tax cut and more shuffling of deckchairs on the Tory Titanic, this programme would revitalise Britain

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Britain can’t afford tax cuts in this budget, and Jeremy Hunt knows it

A new report makes clear that the Tories’ economic planning is based on fantasy

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Kemi Badenoch, not Lindsay Hoyle, is the one MPs should be worrying about

The business secretary’s conflict with Canada is serious - and it has diminished Britain

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Damning Brexit verdict completes Sunak’s triple whammy

The Tories can change the manager but not the facts: their flagship policy is a huge economic drag

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Rishi Sunak has got the farming industry’s back -and he’s stabbed them in it

The PM’s performance at the NFU conference was pathetic even by his standards

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The UK is in recession - and that makes a dodgy Sunak budget even more likely

Reckless tax cuts financed by slashing public spending will be the PM’'s answer to more bad economic news

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Goldman Sachs says Brexit is costing us 5% of GDP. How long can this disaster go on?

While Kemi Badenoch celebrates meaningless memorandums, the damage of leaving the EU is becoming clearer

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‘Pompous prick’ Rees-Mogg wanders into the farmers’ fields of ire

Agriculture is in a crisis created by Brexit, and farmers are furious.. as Jacob Rees-Mogg found out

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How the Tories have squeezed law and order

Chronic underfunding has crushed both the courts and the police

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Why the housing industry is voting for Labour

The Tory party has been captured by the Nimbys

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Brexit: a ‘total disaster’ of our own making

Brexit has caused a crisis for British manufacturers who export into Europe – and things could be about to get even worse...

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The Brexit fog begins to clear for Andrea Leadsom – eight years too late

One Europhobe is finally waking up to the costs of leaving the EU

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The data that shows how areas that voted Leave have been worst hit by Brexit

An ONS study exposes the myth of levelling up and shows London soaring away from the rest of the country

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The bitter taste of Brexit: New red tape will mean higher food prices

Just as food inflation finally slows, new border checks will make EU produce more expensive in our shops

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