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A number of local food businesses in the city have closed their doors at a time of spiralling costs and tightening budgets for households.
No updates on key issues facing the industry following summer of political turmoil, CPA boss says.
Jacques Damas claimed long daily queues at London St Pancras are only being avoided by the company limiting capacity. / Extra Brexit border checks mean the processing rate for passengers at Eurostar’s London station has been cut by nearly a third, according to the cross-Channel rail operator’s boss.
Extra border checks mean St Pancras can't handle as many passengers as it did before Brexit.
Capacity at London St Pancras is down by one-third because of extra passport checks – meaning fewer seats and higher fares.
The UK construction industry has been one of the major losers from Brexit according to the president of Dundee Institute of Architects.
Red tape continues to frustrate small businesses as the hunt for the sunlit uplands goes on.
After years of cancellations thanks to COVID, this summer sees the return of music festivals to the UK - but after leaving the EU, those involved with British events are facing challenges and calling for support.
The number of UK businesses exporting goods to the EU fell 33 per cent to 18,357 in 2021, from 27,321 in 2020, according to data from HMRC.
The boss of Oxford Bus Company has said Brexit and Covid-19 are just some of reasons the business is struggling to hire drivers, as customers feel the impacts of delays.
Brexit is hitting the UK export market, according to data from HMRC. / The number of UK businesses exporting goods to the EU fell 33 per cent to 18,357 in 2021, from 27,321 in 2020.
Got No Beef announced that they have closed their doors for the final time.
Brexit and the pandemic are being blamed by a Horsham restaurant for an ‘unusually high level of staff shortages’ which has resulted in its temporary closure.
There were some concerns raised with SDLP councillor Rory Farrell and Sinn Féin councillor Conor Heaney laying the blame for the loss of European funding firmly on Brexit.
A POPULAR Brighton pub has closed due to the rising cost of electricity bills and “Brexit nonsense”. / Management cited various reasons for the closure including the rise in energy costs, Brexit and “other issues” which meant they did not expect to survive.
Ford has admitted the UK’s departure from the EU has not helped the production of its electric E-Transit Custom. / Hans Schep, general manager Ford Pro Europe, said: “Brexit is not making our life easier.”
The Old Dairy Brewery in Tenterden, Kent, is suffering from Brexit, and is ready to pull out of exporting to EU countries. ... But now they are finding it too costly and onerous to comply with all those procedures. Brexit, they say, has reduced their exports by 95%.
Concerns have been raised that the economic crisis could take the edge off Carlisle’s regeneration plans as inflation and supply chain issues are driving up costs.
It comes as a British wine wholesaler ‘left Brexitland for good’ over paperwork, and is flourishing by all accounts.
Fulham have been thwarted by Brexit in their attempts to sign Justin Kluivert as the Roma winger has reportedly been denied a work permit to move to England.
BREXIT has heaped pressure on Scotland’s nurseries with a third of EU staff leaving the sector since 2018, a new report has found.
However, there are fears these breeding programmes designed to save critically endangered species could now be jeopardised by Brexit. / Zoos in Kent say they are being prevented from transferring animals because of red tape.
The UK publishing industry has warned that Brexit could damage its record-breaking export business.
It is more than a month since the UK's new trading relationship with the European Union (EU) came into being but the transition has been far from easy for some businesses. From being told to set up operations in Europe, having goods stuck in port and facing increased costs to clear the border, three North East firms reveal the reality of adapting to the new rules.
A Kent brewery says it has seen a 95% drop in export sales since the UK left the EU.