The network of mostly former British colonies accounts for a relatively small share of British exports compared to the EU but this means the potential for growth is great, say exponents of Brexit. Siona Jenkins examines the arguments with the FT's Alan Beattie and Emily Jones of the Blavatnik School of Government in Oxford.
Fears about EU migrants 'flooding the country' played a big role in the campaign to persuade Britons to vote for Brexit, but there are signs of a big shift in public attitudes as labour shortages begin to affect different sectors of the economy. The government, however, seems slow to catch on. ...
A bitter row has broken out between Brussels and the British government over Europe’s Galileo satellite navigation system. FT industry editor Peggy Hollinger and space expert Bleddyn Bowen discuss why the project is such an important test case for future relations between Britain and the EU
Many in Britain have been unaware of the extent to which European law has benefited their rights and that, without an overarching EU constitutional framework, these rights may now be at risk. Schona Jolly, QC, barrister at Cloisters Chambers, who specialises in equality, human rights and...