Newton Emerson: Our politicians need to wake up to the implications of divergence on EU free market rules

Boris Johnson’s government is shifting rapidly towards a more populist, protectionist, high-spending stance. Picture by Dominic Lipinski, Press Association
There was some surprise in 2015 when Translink awarded the contract for Belfast’s Glider vehicles to a Belgian company, Van Hool, rather than Ballymena coachbuilder Wrightbus. Yet this is how[...]

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