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A podcast that looks beyond the slogans and grandstanding to examine what Brexit will mean for Britain’s trade, economy, public institutions and private sector. Brexit Unspun is produced by Fiona Symon

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A podcast that looks beyond the slogans and grandstanding to examine what Brexit will mean for Britain’s trade, economy, public institutions and private sector. Brexit Unspun is produced by Fiona Symon

    Britons have a change of heart on immigration

    Britons have a change of heart on immigration

    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. Ursula Milton talks to the FT’s Sarah O’Connor and Robert Wright and to Robert Ford of Manchester University about changing attitudes towards immigration to the UK. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 18 мин.
    Britain and EU fall out over Galileo

    Britain and EU fall out over Galileo

    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 For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 20 мин.
    Are UK citizens' rights at risk?

    Are UK citizens' rights at risk?

    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 employment law, talks to the FT’s Barney Thompson about what’s at stake. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 20 мин.
    How realistic are Britain's Commonwealth trade ambitions?

    How realistic are Britain's Commonwealth trade ambitions?

    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. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 17 мин.
    What we can learn from the Skripal affair?

    What we can learn from the Skripal affair?

    Theresa May was backed by over 20 countries and Nato when she accused Russia of using a military grade nerve agent to poison the ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in the provincial town of Salisbury. But will Britain be more vulnerable to such attacks once it is outside the EU? Siona Jenkins puts the question to Nina Schick, an expert in Russian hybrid warfare at the political consultancy Rasmussen Global, and the FT’s Philip Stephens. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 13 мин.
    Will British fishermen be 'sold down the river' again?

    Will British fishermen be 'sold down the river' again?

    A big appeal of Brexit for fishing communities around the UK was the promise that Britain would take back control of the seas around its coast and restore fishing rights perceived as being ‘stolen’ by European neighbours. However, the exit negotiations may result in a rather messier outcome, as fisheries are used as a bargaining chip in the broader UK-EU trade talks. Siona Jenkins discusses the future of the fishing industry with the FT's Mure Dickie, Chris Tighe and James Blitz For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 19 мин.

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