As Britain’s supply chain crisis restricts the distribution of chemicals, the government allows water companies to dump untreated sewage into rivers.
Farmers in Lincolnshire are being badly affected by broken supply chains. Brexit has led to a shortage of seasonal workers and lorry drivers.
As Britain is now a third country EU trade has become slower and more expensive. Stockpiles are dwindling and shortages will get worse.
Is there really going to be a battle for our booze? We love it, don’t we? Whether we’re out on the lash (hey kids, always drink responsibly) or hunkering down in front of Call The Midwife with a warming glass of Malbec, I don’t think anyone would try and deny that we love our booze. […]
New hospital in Birmingham is delayed again – the supply chain crisis that has developed since Brexit is engulfing the construction industry.
Supermarket shortages deepen as Britain’s supply chain is on the brink of collapse.
The company owner now is Stellantis, a merger of Fiat-Chrysler and Peugeot. The plant could be left empty. They could go for an electric car but the future looks as grim as it has for some time. Just in time supply chains won’t necessarily work with Brexit and Covid-19.
Help the people of Tangkahen raise £1300 for “Safe the Last Forest and Kahayan River in the Land of Central Kalimantan”
The GKN plant in Erdington will close next year as the UK’s car making industry struggles in the face of growing demand for electric vehicles. 519 jobs will be lost.
Clarke Renney looks at how the Labour Party can move forward and consign yesterday’s men Blair and Brown to history
How did Britain end up swimming in sewage? Now we no longer have the protection of the European Court of Justice, where can we turn?
A poem from Shirley Martin on the autumn space before COP 26 and the challenges faced by the world, there Is not enough time.
Ann Holland learns about distilling gin and whiskey in the Cotswolds, the importance of a community and the impacts of covid and Brexit
Lincolnshire MP Sir John Hayes supports new group fighting anti-woke culture war against the National Trust.
Duncan Weldon claimed that Britain has the cheapest food in Western Europe yet ‘forgot’ to take all of Europe into account.
In the middle of our on-going fuel crisis, Location Location Location presenter, Kirstie Allsop, ran out of fuel and had to abandon her car.
Do the prime minister’s claims of rising wages stack up?
Driver shortages have a huge knock on as nearly 500 jobs lost in Derbyshire as logistics firms struggle to operate with a lack of drivers.
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Cleethorpes, a town waiting for levelling up. Richard Hall investigates