Heathrow has claimed they are able to offer a comprehensive plan to get UK regions connected to growth quicker and give all of Britain a ‘Brexit boost’.
Labour's Education spokesman Gordon Marsden writes that the Government's post Brexit uncertainty is threatening community based Universities and FE Colleges which currently receive EU funding.
The Road Haulage Association is disappointed that despite assurances that the action by Calais hauliers would take the form of a go-slow, this now appears not to be the case.
Former Minister & Labour NEC member Pat McFadden MP believes that Britain's working class communities need a 21st Century Marshall Plan to offer new hope, following the referendum where many of these areas voted heavily to leave the EU.
The Road Haulage Association calls for extra support from the French military as danger intensifies for Calais residents and lorry drivers because of the migrant camps.
One year on and the migrant crisis at Calais has escalated to unprecedented levels of violence and intimidation to the point where the safety of UK-bound drivers and the UK economy is at grave risk. That’s the stark warning from the Road Haulage Association.
Dods Monitoring’s Ben Rayner reports on a Dods poll showing 69% of Labour MPs believe Brexit will be detrimental to the environment, compared with 55% of Conservatives who think there will be no impact.
Top CPRE campaigner Graeme Willis explains to PoliticsHome's Emilio Casalicchio how working the land can offer a real workout, and how Brexit might bring the best out of the farming industry.
A new report released today by the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) argues that farming in England needs to become more diverse to prove environmentally resilient and publicly accessible over the coming years.
Innovate UK is pleased by the announcement of guarantees on EU funding beyond the date the UK leaves the EU, including the Horizon 2020 funding programme and EU structural funds.
Innovate UK is making a new fund available to help small businesses expand overseas.
A member of the Road Haulage Association's staff was attacked at the Port of Calais last night (03 August) when a boulder was thrown at his car.
EY’s Head of Government and Public Sector Björn Conway talks to PoliticsHome’s Agnes Chambre about the challenges and opportunities of a post-Brexit Britain.
Labour MP Chris Leslie outlines why the Commons needs to hold the new Brexit Department and its ministers to account.
Green party MP Caroline Lucas explains why she thinks Britain needs to have a general election this year.
Ahead of his 10 minute rule bill, Liberal Democrat MP Tom Brake writes about the importance of EU citizens being certain they are able to stay in the UK following the referendum.
Association of Chartered Certified Accountants' Manj Kalar analyses what Brexit could mean for the public sector in financial terms.
The Government is being urged to protect the status of EU veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses living and working in the UK.
Labour MPs Seema Malhotra and Stephen Kinnock propose that a new Special Parliamentary Committee (SPC) on EU Renegotiation be established to ensure a strong voice for Parliament in the Brexit negotiations.
Following last week’s EU Referendum and with the UK population voting to leave the European Union, the GGF remains open-minded about the changes that will come and will continue to work with parliamentarians and Government departments on the many issues affecting the glass and glazing industry.
Vice Chair Calum Macleod reflects on a rollercoaster week of activity following the UKs decision to leave the European Union and the unknown landscape ahead for UK policing.
Justice Select Committee Chair and Remain campaigner, Bob Neill MP, writes in support of Michael Gove's bid to become Conservative Party leader and Prime Minister.
As the fallout from the UK's decision to leave the EU - a scenario which would have seen implausible to many business and political leaders 18 months ago - it's time to pick up the pieces and work out what Britain's post-EU business landscape will look like.
Prof Alison Harcourt from the University of Exeter writes about the processes which now follow the EU referendum result.