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We may never know exactly what Conservative MP Chris Heaton-Harris intended to do with the information he tried to obtain on academics who teach about Brexit. But it certainly shouldn’t be treated as “just a polite request for information” as if this were some routine event.
Arch Brexiteer Daniel Hannan tried to tweet about EU tariffs on wine, but ended up proving we probably do need experts after all.
Business chiefs and economists say huge disruption lies ahead if Downing Street triggers Article 16.
A FORMER British diplomat said one government minister dismissed the risk of a no-deal Brexit on Irish firms as only affecting "a few farmers with turnips in the back of their trucks".
So what I want this video to be is a bit of an explosion of these myths about the WTO. I'm just gonna give you the facts about them and the facts of where we stand at the moment in terms of the WTO and what it means for Britain for the future ... / So first of all number one something I want to make really clear. Nobody trades on World Trade Organisation rules alone.
So far, in the first two months of Brexit, the following industries have indicated that they have been harmed: Aerospace; Airlines; Architecture; Art and Antiques; Beer; Bees; Cattle and horse breeding; Charities; Cheese; Chemicals; Cars; Classic Cars; Construction; Cosmetics and Perfume; e-Commerce; Fabrics; Fashion; Ferry services; Film and TV production; Financial Services; ...
The European Union has promised legal action after the British government unilaterally extended a grace period for checks on food imports to Northern Ireland, a move that Brussels said breached the terms of London’s EU divorce deal.
Liz Truss under pressure to explain why punishing levies being charged - despite announcement that UK-Ghana deal was struck.
A former Australian prime minister has warned the UK to be "careful what you wish for" when it comes to EU trade.
Flower and bulb growers say uncertainty around any Brexit deal is their "biggest issue" at the moment.
Labour MP Siobhain McDonagh wasn't having any of it.
With negotiations between the UK and the European Union (EU) - over a trade agreement - going down to the wire, the possibility of there being no deal is being talked about.
Why do so many people talk about a 'hard Brexit' and a 'soft Brexit'? And what do they mean?
Bleak impact including higher prices in shops is revealed in OBR report accompanying Rishi Sunak's spending review.
No-deal looms as deadline little more than a month away.
A cheese processing firm employing 140 people has warned jobs could be at risk if Brexit trade talks end without a deal.
Accountancy firm warns of stalled economic recovery without EU trade agreement.
Canadian PM suggests London lacks ‘bandwidth’ to get agreement finalised by end of year.
Taxes cut on birds’ eggs, raw hides, fur skins and ultra-strong spirits – but UK does not export them anyway.