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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.
'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?
The European Union is about to formally reject a UK plea for special allowances for exports of electric cars in a post-Brexit trade deal.
The government has been warned to abandon its proposed tariff-free quota for raw cane sugar imports because of its potential to undercut UK growers.
Britain's car industry risks losing out even if there is a post-Brexit trade deal with the EU, according to documents seen by the BBC.
Even if Brexit deal is reached, decision means vehicles without enough British components will attract tariffs.
Unless deal is secured with EU, supermarket shoppers will see their bills rise £1.3 billion a year in tariffs.
The British Retail Consortium says that the cost of tariffs on EU goods for consumers would be £3.1bn a year.
Shoppers will feel the impact of a no-deal Brexit at supermarket tills, the British Retail Consortium has warned.
Only half of UK firms that trade internationally have considered the impact of Brexit on their business, says the British Chambers of Commerce.
Warning from head of North East England Chamber of Commerce is echoed by other organisations.
Former attorney general lashes out as Tory rebellion gathers pace.
European court of justice could fine UK or impose tariffs or sanctions on exports.
Move threatens to collapse talks that PM has said must be completed within weeks.
The government has promised to push for an end to tariffs on UK-made ice cream vans during trade negotiations with the US, Australia and Japan.
In four months’ time, an avalanche of checks, paperwork and tariffs looks certain to hit Northern Ireland.
United States Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and European Union Trade Commissioner Phil Hogan today announced agreement on a package of tariff reductions that will increase market access for hundreds of millions of dollars in U.S. and EU exports. These tariff reductions are the first U.S.-EU negotiated reductions in duties in more than two decades.
A no-deal Brexit at the end of the year could significantly raise wheat prices for food suppliers, insiders have warned.
East Anglia’s sugar beet farmers fear an “unjustified and unnecessary” new zero-tariff quota on imported cane sugar could expose them to unfair competition from less-regulated overseas growers.
An EU official has urged Boris Johnson to take the ‘unique and highly attractive’ offer it has made to the UK which it says has never been offered to any country before.
Pascal Lamy, who was director general of the WTO, between 2005 and 2013, said there was a stark choice for the UK between 'minor' and 'great' trade relations with the country’s largest trading partner.
Greenpeace investigators say the firm, which also donated to the Conservatives, will be sole beneficiary of rule changes on importing raw cane sugar