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Why is the BBC giving so much time to hardline Brexiteers, asks journalist Raymond Snoddy.
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.
As the officials from the UK and EU continue trying to agree how the future relationship will work post-Brexit, a group of over 250 European cultural and creative leaders have signed an open letter calling on the UK Government to reconsider their decision to opt out of the Creative Europe programme worth £79 million to the UK.
At the last general election, all of you stood on a platform of “getting Brexit done”. / Voters were told in your party’s manifesto that this would “unleash the potential of our whole country” and “transform the UK for the better”.
The letter hits out at the "mountains of red tape" now needed for UK artists to tour in the EU.
Six supermarkets that provide three-quarters of Northern Ireland’s groceries have urged the UK government to take action to keep trade flowing when a Brexit grace period ends in October.
Rural affairs ministers from Scotland and Northern Ireland write to the UK Government expressing their concerns.
RURAL affairs ministers from Scotland and Northern Ireland have written to the UK Government raising concerns about the impact of the Australia trade deal on domestic farmers and producers.
‘There has never been a more challenging time’ for the UK’s food supply chain, according to industry leaders, who are pressing the Prime Minister to grant them access to EU and EEA labour.
Loss of 100,000 hauliers due to Covid and Brexit will cause food ‘rolling power cuts’, experts warn
More than 50 of the U.K.’s top musical artists have signed a letter urging British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to urgently tackle a post-Brexit touring crisis looming on the horizon.
MPs have written to Liz Truss demanding parliamentary scrutiny of the government's post-Brexit trade deal with Australia.
24 MPs representing all four nations of the UK have written to Trade Secretary Liz Truss demanding proper parliamentary scrutiny of the upcoming trade agreement with Australia, amid concerns that the deal could put farmers around the country out of business.
Elton John on Thursday (10 June) warned of a lost generation in the UK’s music industry because of post-Brexit curbs on touring in the European Union.
We, the signatories of this letter, represent artists, producers, managers, businesses, and platforms from across the Music Industry in the UK and are writing to express our real concerns over Brexit and the current direction of the UK’s proposed departure from the EU.
Musician's Union, Music UK and National Union of Journalists have signed the letter
European writers, artists and philosophers want generous terms for Scotland.
Letter signed by 170 cultural figures seeks a ‘unilateral and open offer’ to rejoin EU ahead of Holyrood elections.
"We are extremely concerned by the lack of progress"
The government is being urged to negotiate a visa waiver for performers with the EU and provide an emergency creative fund. / More than 300 creative organisations have signed a letter to demand that Boris Johnson delivers on his promise to "fix the Brexit crisis" for their industry.
A broad coalition of London leaders have called on Government to recognise the damage that the wrong Brexit deal could inflict on the city.
ABTA has written to Lord Frost Minister of State highlighting the needs of the travel industry in the UK’s future relationships with the EU post Brexit. The letter raises the very serious challenges relating to labour mobility owing to restrictions on temporary entry of tourism workers across the EU...
Scotland’s Constitution Secretary has said trade problems in the wake of the Brexit deal are “far more than teething troubles”, as he urged the UK Government to take a more co-operative approach with the EU.
Prime Minister Robert Abela has revealed that the United Kingdom’s exit from the EU has left Malta without its main legal vehicle to supply medical products to its residents, a leaked letter sent to the President of the European Council has revealed.
In a letter from the Equity union, the new rules are described as a “towering hurdle” for the industry.