One in three UK business owners fear their company won’t exist anymore in a year as Brexit onslaught intensifies 17/01/2022
Nearly one in three fear their company will close before the end of this year, primarily as the long-term effects of Brexit start to bite, according to alarming data shared with City A.M. this morning.
UK exports to EU could drop by another 8 per cent as Finland, Luxembourg, Portugal and Greece benefit from Brexit 17/01/2022
Brexit could reduce the UK’s exports to the EU by -7.73 per cent by 2025, according to new analysis shared with City A.M. this morning.
Fourteen countries likely to take tough stance in future talks about fisheries if access to UK waters does not improve.
Call to replace EU health scheme for Northern Ireland waiting list patients following its Brexit axe 31/03/2021
AN EU health scheme used as a last resort by patients on waiting lists in Northern Ireland has ended due to Brexit - leading to calls for a similar initiative to be set up.
Lithuanian performers will find it more difficult to tour the UK after Brexit, promoters say, while British musicians have slammed the government's deal as disappointing and making Europe less accessible to them.
Citizens of five Eastern European and Baltic countries must pay more to get a UK work visa than other EU nationals.
The watchful volunteers have recruited an international force of thousands to help stem disinformation, writes Kim Sengupta.
The European Commission has approved, under EU state aid rules, a scheme to support electricity production from renewable energy sources in Lithuania. The measure, open to all types of renewable generation, will contribute to the EU environmental objectives without unduly distorting competition.