7 January 2022
Only one country has signed a deal for musicians touring post-Brexit
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has previously said that he wishes to ‘fix’ issues with visas caused by Brexit, which would have allowed musicians to tour Europe without a permit, but many deals are yet to be negotiated.
11 August 2021
Ministers consider reintroducing animal testing in cosmetic products
The ban on animal testing for ingredients used in cosmetics, which came into law in 1998, could now be reversed.
9 August 2021
Vodafone to reintroduce roaming charges in Europe from 2022
The move follows rival network operator EE announcing in June that it would reintroduce roaming charges from January 2022. From January next year, Vodafone customers will have to pay a daily fee to use their allowance in Europe.
16 July 2021
Google fined €500 million by French competition authority
The Autorité de la concurrence accused the tech firm of refusing to seriously follow a mandate to negotiate with news organisations over the use of their content and material, and could lead to additional fines of €900,000 per day for Google.
25 June 2021
EE to reintroduce roaming charges in EU from January 2022
The mobile network operator becomes the first in the UK to reintroduce roaming charges for those travelling to European destinations since the agreement of a trade deal between the UK and EU in December 2020.
3 May 2021
Apple charged by European Commission over anti-competitive policies
The case, originating from a complaint made in 2019 by Spotify co-founder Daniel Ek, relates to ‘Apple’s rules distort[ing] competition’ in the music streaming market, and could force the tech giant to change its App Store policies as a result.
31 January 2020
The United Kingdom is leaving the European Union today
It has been 1,317 days since Britain voted for the unknown and the future is still uncertain
3 September 2019
Crossing the border
How can you travel three metres and lose an hour? Time zones are a peculiar concept, but somehow it wasn’t the strangest transition I experienced in those three metres.
1 May 2019
How the European Union works
It's not always clear how exactly the European Union works. This article will hopefully help to clear a lot up for you!
26 March 2018
Do young people even care about Brexit?
Britain is currently undergoing one of the biggest political, social and economic disruptions it has ever faced, and those who will feel the long-term impact are failing to make their voice known.
1 February 2018
Brexiters furious as inevitable Brexit outcomes become reality
What do you mean we can't have our cake and eat it?
5 December 2017
The road to Brexit: A dead end?
The wheels are falling off and the sat nav has packed in
20 December 2016
Leaving the EU: Good or Bad for the Arts?
This is about the implications of leaving the EU in the Arts
23 June 2016
What has the EU done for British arts?
There has been a lot of talk about different aspects of the EU referendum: the economy, immigration and trade being the big talking points, but what impact does the EU have on arts and culture?
20 June 2016
I’m voting Remain in the EU Referendum
I'll be voting to stay in the EU. Will you?
3 June 2016
We need to stay in the EU
The EU isn't perfect, but voting to leave would be insanity
1 June 2016
Staying in the EU: Better together?
The official campaign team for remain is called 'Britain Stronger in Europe', but what are they basing that on?
1 June 2016
Leaving the EU: Is it time to go?
The Brexit campaign feel Britain would be better out of the European Union. But what are the arguments for leaving?