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The future of the UK's £34bn aerospace sector is at risk if ministers do not reach a deal with the European Union over the mutual recognition of parts, the aviation trade body ADS says.
Ivan Rogers, former UK ambassador to the EU, says prime minister will think ‘history was going his way’ if Donald Trump is re-elected
Households will be particularly hard hit at start of next year and into spring.
Tariff hit for electric vehicles likely to be £2,800 per car, with risks to UK’s net zero plans.
Shipping line CLdN says it has ‘contingencies’ for UK ‘landbridge’ delays in a hard Brexit.
This could hamper the UK’s ambition to be a global leader in zero-emission vehicle development, production and employment.
PM tells industry leaders anxious about stalled negotiations "rien ne vas plus", which means "no more bets" in the casino game.
Former terror law reviewer David Anderson warns of serious impact on fight against cross-border crime.
Second phone call on Tuesday fails to convince UK to return to table.
Britain has been told to prepare for a no-deal Brexit when the transition period ends on 1 January 2021, after trade deal talks reached an impasse.
The outcome being pursued by the prime minister in the Brexit trade talks will not avoid costly friction at the border.
The prime minister said there must be a "fundamental change of approach" from the EU if a trade deal is to be agreed.
Brussels offers more negotiations next week, but Downing Street says ‘The trade talks are over’.
'Yet a no deal outcome would still have profound implications for the uK. as we analyse in what follows, from trade to connectivity to foreign policy to cooperation in policing, a failure to strike an agreement with the eu will impact on us in numerous ways.'
Mr Johnson told his cabinet this week that leaving the EU without a deal should hold “no fear” for Britain, but was he right?
No deal ‘very likely’, French foreign minister says, as fishing and competition unresolved.
‘We expect the EU to bring forward contingency measures,’ said the transport secretary.
A government minister has criticised businesses for taking a "head in the sand approach" when preparing for post-Brexit trade.
A top European Union official dealing with the United Kingdom says that a cliff-edge rupture between the two without even a basic trade deal by the end of the year is becoming more likely by the day.
Without free trade with the EU, British health services are set to face grave challenges throughout the second wave of coronavirus and beyond.
The European Union is ready for every type of Brexit, including granting no further EU access to Britain’s financial sector, the bloc’s candidate for financial services chief said in a document seen by Reuters.
Former security commissioner warns of ‘immediate impact’ on tackling terrorism and crime.
The EU is not contemplating blocking food supplies to Northern Ireland, a representative of the country's largest supermarkets has said.