Post-Brexit hiccups ‘will add £1.50 to a bottle of fine wine’

Post-Brexit hiccups ‘will add £1.50 to a bottle of fine wine’ Extra paperwork and haulage costs due to Brexit could add £1.50 to wine bottles  Wine importers have warned the new export documents would push prices up   Research found around 28m British consumers drink wine at least once a month By Glen Owen and James … Read more Post-Brexit hiccups ‘will add £1.50 to a bottle of fine wine’

Post-Brexit hiccups ‘will add £1.50 to a bottle of fine wine’

Post-Brexit hiccups ‘will add £1.50 to a bottle of fine wine’ Extra paperwork and haulage costs due to Brexit could add £1.50 to wine bottles  Wine importers have warned the new export documents would push prices up   Research found around 28m British consumers drink wine at least once a month By Glen Owen and James … Read more Post-Brexit hiccups ‘will add £1.50 to a bottle of fine wine’

Supermarkets demand urgent action over Brexit red tape

The UK’s supermarkets have told Government urgent intervention is needed to prevent more disruption to Northern Ireland’s food supplies. Chief executives of Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Iceland, Co-Op and Marks & Spencer have written to Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove. Depleted shelves have been seen in several supermarkets in the early days of the new year … Read more Supermarkets demand urgent action over Brexit red tape

Greta Thunberg rubbishes Boris Johnson’s green revolution of ‘new coal mines and pesticides’

Greta Thunberg has rubbished Boris Johnson’s promises of a ‘green revolution’ after the government approved the use of a bee killing pesticide and a new coal mine. The Prime Minister has presented himself as being at the head of efforts to green the global economy with, for example, promises of huge reductions in greenhouse gas … Read more Greta Thunberg rubbishes Boris Johnson’s green revolution of ‘new coal mines and pesticides’

Greta Thunberg rubbishes Boris Johnson’s green revolution of ‘new coal mines and pesticides’

Greta Thunberg has rubbished Boris Johnson’s promises of a ‘green revolution’ after the government approved the use of a bee killing pesticide and a new coal mine. The Prime Minister has presented himself as being at the head of efforts to green the global economy with, for example, promises of huge reductions in greenhouse gas … Read more Greta Thunberg rubbishes Boris Johnson’s green revolution of ‘new coal mines and pesticides’

How Matt Hancock, Michael Gove and Chris Whitty convinced Boris Johnson to close schools

How Matt Hancock, Michael Gove and Chris Whitty convinced Boris to close schools: ‘Bullish’ PM was ‘the last man standing’ until caving to pressure over third national lockdown The Prime Minister faced a stark situation in a ‘dashboard’ meeting on Monday  Boris Johnson went on to describe the data as a ‘bit unclear’ during an interview  … Read more How Matt Hancock, Michael Gove and Chris Whitty convinced Boris Johnson to close schools

How Matt Hancock, Michael Gove and Chris Whitty convinced Boris Johnson to close schools

How Matt Hancock, Michael Gove and Chris Whitty convinced Boris to close schools: ‘Bullish’ PM was ‘the last man standing’ until caving to pressure amid third national lockdown The Prime Minister faced a stark situation in a ‘dashboard’ meeting on Monday  Boris Johnson went on to describe the data as a ‘bit unclear’ during an interview  … Read more How Matt Hancock, Michael Gove and Chris Whitty convinced Boris Johnson to close schools

Schools could stay shut after February half term

Michael Gove dealt another blow to parents today as he suggested schools could remain closed after the February half-term. In a stark warning this morning, the former education secretary hinted schools may open even later than expected if the government’s vaccination drive lags behind.   As England is put in the grip of another lockdown, Mr Gove warned … Read more Schools could stay shut after February half term

Schools could stay shut after February half term

Michael Gove dealt another blow to parents today as he suggested schools could remain closed after the February half-term. In a stark warning this morning, the former education secretary hinted schools may open even later than expected if the government’s vaccination drive lags behind.   As England is placed in the grip of another lockdown, Mr Gove warned … Read more Schools could stay shut after February half term

Secondary school re-opening ‘WILL be delayed by at least an extra week’

Boris Johnson is expected to delay the opening of all England’s secondary schools for at least another week after pressure from SAGE scientists, ministers, teachers and unions to keep all students at home throughout January, it was revealed today. The Prime Minister is expected to announce the new extended schools lockdown after being accused of … Read more Secondary school re-opening ‘WILL be delayed by at least an extra week’