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Following the UK’s exit from the EU, the regulatory landscape for medical devices remains uncertain. Andrew Thompson, PhD, director of therapy research & analysis at GlobalData, explains what companies need to know.
In an exclusive interview with Far Out, The Charlatans frontman Tim Burgess has opened up about the harsh reality of Brexit on the music industry, which is particularly hurting less-established artists.
A video by the UK Foreign Office criticising the Northern Ireland Protocol has been condemned as “Trumpian propaganda” in the Irish parliament.
The Unite union says the queues of lorries outside the town of Dover are a “direct consequence” of the introduction of additional border procedures at the beginning of the year.
New rules over corporate lending and market trading mean EU rivals may soon have a competitive advantage.
Rosslare port saw a 371 per cent yearly increase in European freight volumes since Brexit came into force.
There is no longer certainty that EU countries will respect and recognise proceedings heard in England and Wales.
Covid and Brexit have delayed developments across Sheffield, including the flagship Heart of the City 2 project.
“The entirely avoidable Brexit crisis has had as much of an impact on UK businesses as the unforeseeable Covid-19 tragedy, and its costs are still rising."
Frustrated opera star Bryn Terfel has revealed he had to travel from Austria to Slovakia to get a visa so he can perform in the Austrian capital.
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Lorries are continuing to face tailbacks at Dover, which have been 'sparked by new Brexit checks'.
JOANNA Cherry has accused Boris Johnson's Government's of a "power grab" over plans to limit the use of a legal procedure successfully used by Brexit opponents.
France has put the UK on alert that it could start legal proceedings if there is no further movement on post-Brexit fishing licences.
10 million 'Brexit' fifty-pence-pieces entered circulation on January 31, 2020, after Britain triggered the transition period, marking its first step away from the the European Union.
The political choice of Brexit has cost UK businesses as much as the unforeseeable Covid pandemic.
A London headteacher has blamed Brexit after her primary school was forced to close because it lost half of its pupils.
Goods imports from Britain to the Republic have dropped by more than a fifth since Brexit, figures show.
But the chief executive of the Port of Dover says UK and French governments need to work together to ease new processes.
Brexit has cost UK businesses as much as Covid, according to research by delivery firm ParcelHero. / Over £250 billion has been lost to Covid-19 and an equal amount has now been lost as a result of Brexit, with the figure continuing to rise.
The number of European Union (EU) students signing up for Scottish higher education courses is continuing to fall following Brexit, it has been warned.
The National Trust has warned that delays in the government scheme for heritage payments to farmers will put parts of Hadrian’s Wall, as well as other important historical sites, under threat.
The ending of high-grade seed imports from Britain as a result of Brexit provides a real opportunity for the revival of domestic seed production, Agriculture, Food and Marine Minister Charlie McConalogue told the Senate.
POST Brexit, people in the north of England are at risk of losing out on £300m for regional economic development, double the average cut per head as the rest of England.
Work to establish the real impact of Brexit on council services has been commissioned by Midlothian Council to give ‘clarity’ to the situation.