In an interview with the Financial Times, he said: 'There will not be alignment, we will not be a rule taker, we will not be in the single market and we will not be in the customs union - and we will do this by the end of the year.' … [Read more...] about EU is preparing to offer Britain a trade ‘worse than Japan and Canada’ in move that will hit medicine and car industries hardest
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But Mr Johnson is said to have personally intervened to put pressure on the firm, privatised by the coalition government after hundreds of years as a state monopoly, to change its mind, according to the Sun. … [Read more...] about Last post for Brexit: Britain set to get commemorative STAMPS to mark the departure from the EU after Boris Johnson steps in to demand the Royal Mail removes its objection
Asked what the point of the Brexit Party was now that the split is actually happening, Mr Farage told ITV's This Morning programme: 'What I'll do now is put it [The Brexit Party} on care and maintenance, just in case they make a mess of it. … [Read more...] about Nigel Farage says he is mothballing the Brexit Party so he can bring it back if Boris Johnson makes a ‘mess’ of the UK’s split from the EU as he hints he would be open to appearing on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
“It also feels like a connection to a whole line of poets who have been my heroes, all the way from Auden to UA Fanthorpe to John Agard. It reminds me how Britain has opened its heart to many kinds of poetry and somehow recognised and made space for the unexpected voice.” … [Read more...] about Imtiaz Dharker awarded Queen’s gold medal for poetry
Architectural ideas against the heat Air-conditioning is the problem, not the solution Nothing feels nicer than walking into an air-conditioned room after spending hours in the heat. But the International Energy Agency (IEA) identified the use of A/C as one the key drivers of the growth of electricity demand, accounting for 10% of all global electricity consumption. And all that electricity that needs to be produced somehow — which often involves the burning of fossil fuels. … [Read more...] about Climate-friendly heating: How to stay warm without fossil fuels