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At the moment you might be wondering what is happening to your favourite meat/fish/dairy products from the Nordics. Why is it out of stock? / Yes, it’s Brexit. Again. You may have assumed that this was all so very 2018, but no, rules are still changing and causing issues for the end consumers (that’s you).
The reopening of the landmark – which chiefs hope will be a "world class visitor attraction" – has been pushed back until 2025.
In this week's Brexit downsides, extra food labelling costing up to £250mn, a huge drop in overseas students, veterinary shortages in NI, and more.
Four years after the UK quit the EU, the first border controls on imports from the continent have been introduced, with more to follow.
Jersey's "reputation is being tarnished" due to Brexit-related trade delays, the owner of an oyster company has said.
Food businesses sending products to the EU have had to fork out an extra £170m in export costs because of Brexit red tape, with the changes described as being “catastrophic” for some exporters. / Data shows costs have contributed to value of meat exports falling by 17% since 2019.
This paper estimates how Brexit has affected goods trade between the United Kingdom and European Union. Using product-level trade flows between the EU and all other countries in the world as a comparison group, we find a sharp decline in trade from the UK to the EU and significant but smaller reductions in trade from the EU to the UK.
As the impact of Brexit continues to be felt, we are starting to see what new rules on bringing young plants into the country will mean to our farmers and growers.
Channel Islands' farmers say they are frustrated that "layers of bureaucracy" and red tape post-Brexit are causing major challenges across the industry.
BREXIT has brought no benefits and instead may cause “terminal damage” to the UK’s music industry, the principal of a leading school has said.
Businesses have still not adapted to the impact of Brexit and the government must “strengthen relations with the EU” to relieve the strain on firms, the UK’s top business body has told the government.
SHAREHOLDERS in travel giant Tui have voted unanimously in favour of the company ditching its listing on the London Stock Exchange. / Tui, which is currently dual-listed in London and Frankfurt, announced last night that investors had voted by a large majority (98.35%) to quit the UK capital.
Britons are counting the cost of Brexit as the combination of the referendum, pandemic and energy crisis takes its toll.
Businesses that make sporting goods, children’s toys, jewellery and medical goods have struggled the most with the border costs imposed by the UK’s decision to leave the EU.
The Mayor of London and UK rail operators have told ministers that service delays or cuts due to inadequate preparation could harm UK businesses and tourism.
The EU and UK are launching a joint push to get more British researchers to sign up to the £80bn Horizon science programme amid concerns about a drop-off in applications amid post-Brexit uncertainty.
While the challenges of post-Brexit trade continue to impact businesses what will shape the culinary landscape of the North Highlands – and can the spirit of love endure?
Poor regulation of harmful chemicals, the City losing control of trillions, the music industry on its knees ... more Brexit consequences.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan calls on the UK government to "urgently build a closer relationship with the EU" after a new report reveals how much the UK economy is losing after leaving the EU.
There is a stark disconnect between promises of prosperity and the grim post-Brexit reality for the UK fishing industry, according to fishing boat owner Mark Addison. "There's been issues with queues, passports, paperwork, groupage in lorries.... which is a big problem with fresh produce like fish." says Mr Addison, speaking from Peterhead in Scotland, Europe's largest whitefish market.
Sky's Paul Kelso writes that the prospect of removing checks in Northern Ireland highlights how trading with the EU has just got harder for the rest of the UK. / By luck or design the breakthrough in Northern Ireland, facilitated by the easing of customs controls, came on the same day that trade between the EU and the rest of the UK became a whole lot more complex and costly.
Spiralling costs mean the multi-million-pound plans for Southampton Outdoor Sports Centre are being revised, with Covid and Brexit blamed.
The UK music industry may “shrivel and eventually die” unless the government gives musicians more support following Brexit, a Mercury Prize-winning band has told NationalWorld.
Brexit has caused a crisis for British manufacturers who export into Europe – and things could be about to get even worse...
Since the UK left the EU on January 1, 2024, the country has departed from the bloc and its member states in a number of different ways when it comes to air, rail and sea travel.