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Equivalence permits for UK financial services unlikely to be ready by January 1st.
Marks & Spencer has warned that up to 15% of its food product lines could be unavailable in its Northern Ireland shops in January.
Ursula von der Leyen said on Wednesday it was still uncertain if a deal on the future relationship between the EU and the UK could be struck before the end of the year.
Cabinet Office minister attacks refusal to adopt a ‘laissez-faire approach’ to border controls.
Customs experts and leading supermarkets warn produce such as meat, fruit and vegetables could be in short supply in Northern Ireland.
Most of the fishing that takes place close to the west coast of Scotland is for shellfish, and most of the catch is exported to Europe.
Infrastructure work has taken nearly a year in the past, but just six months will be available - even if the cash is there
EU thought to be preparing a ‘take-it-or-leave-it’ offer for Boris Johnson within days.
Businesses will have to adjust to new trading conditions in the middle of a pandemic.
Watchdog says government has started its preparations too late.
Deal or no deal, British companies will have to confront a wall of bureaucracy that threatens chaos at the border if they want to sell into the world’s biggest trading bloc when life after Brexit begins on January 1.
This is the most chilling explanation of what Brexit will do to the UK economy after December. By @AdamPosen, President of the Peterson Institute for International Economics.
The European Union is taking a defiant tone as the standoff over resuming post-Brexit trade negotiations with the United Kingdom continues.
"It just so happens that making the British prime minister happy isn't the vocation of sovereign leaders of the 27 member states that chose to remain in the EU."
'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.'
Medical supplies crucial to fight a second wave of coronavirus face being disrupted by a no-deal Brexit, a leading health think tank has warned.
UK PM Boris Johnson had been wildly happy about his new EU exit deal; then he introduced a law undermining both it, and the last round of trade negotiations. Speaking with two former permanent secretaries of the UK’s EU exit department, Matt Ross asks whether Johnson is applying firm leverage – or deliberately sabotaging the trade talks.
A TORY MP provoked waves of laughter in the House of Commons this afternoon after inadvertently revealing her lack of knowledge on the European Union.
The UK Government's recent statements make a deal between the EU and UK less likely, regardless of whether that is the intent or not.
Prime minister told to stick to agreement, to ‘protect peace and stability on the island and integrity of the single market’