Electric vehicles moving between the UK and the EU face a 10 per cent tariff once a grace period expires in 2027.
Seven years on from the referendum, the divisions it exposed still affect how people vote.
Brexit: despatches from the downside – No 19 27/01/2024
This week's Brexit downsides: half a billion in extra costs to import food, the collapse of trade talks with Canada and more.
Keir Starmer’s party set out ‘new deal’ for sector – as figures show 6,000 farms have gone bust.
Seven in ten Britons support a closer relationship with the EU than we have now. / As we approach the fourth anniversary of Brexit, 52% of Britons now believe that the UK leaving the EU was the wrong decision. The Labour party – likely to form the next government – have so far resisted calls to move towards rejoining the single market...
Brexit: 57% of Britons support rejoining single market even with freedom of movement, YouGov poll finds 30/11/2023
The YouGov poll comes after EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said the UK should rejoin the EU to "fix" Brexit.
How Voting Behaviour Links to National Identity – And What it Means for the Next Election 27/11/2023
Between 2001 and 2019, the Conservative share of ‘more English than British’ voters rose from 40% to 68% while ‘more British’ voters still preferred to vote Labour. ‘Political Englishness’ was also evident in support for UKIP and the Brexit party in the 2014 and 2019 EU elections and in support for Leave in the EU referendum.
Rishi Sunak's Brexit deal renegotiation can pave the way for Labour to agree closer EU ties if it wins power, a shadow minister has said.
Tory MP Tobias Ellwood says both his party and Labour are being dishonest over the disaster of Brexit.
Touring musicians coming to Scotland are still struggling with "massively damaging" visa issues in the wake of Brexit, Labour's shadow culture secretary has claimed.
Scottish Labour by-election candidate not 'against' reversing Brexit if public mood changes 10/08/2023
Michael Shanks has taken a different position to leader Keir Starmer by saying he still believes the "European project is good for all of us".
Sadiq Khan wants to talk about the B-word. Or rather, he wishes Keir Starmer would.
Neil Kinnock on Labour's Brexit policy: Britain will struggle to grow outside of the Single Market [3 mins] 20/06/2023
Keir Starmer facing pressure to offer new customs union policy with EU as Brexit regret rises 04/07/2023
A number of Labour MPs believe there is a palpable shift in public opinion on Brexit due to comparatively worse inflation figures in the UK to Europe and ongoing issues with the trade deal with Brussels.
The U.K.'s anticipated accession to an encompassing trans-Pacific economic agreement in July will provide an "imperceptibly small" boost economically and will not compensate for its exit from the European Union, said Bill Emmott, former editor-in-chief of The Economist, in a recent interview with Nikkei.
Speaking at the Trade Unlocked conference, Shadow International Trade Secretary Nick Thomas-Symonds gave new details of how the party would amend the deal struck by Boris Johnson.
A Labour government under Keir Starmer will “fix the holes in Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal,” including on electric vehicles, the party’s trade chief said Tuesday, promising to mend ties with the U.K.’s largest trade partner.
Giles Merritt assesses British remorse for leaving the EU, and suggests that Brussels should weigh the advantages of a constructive new relationship.
Labour big beast Neil Kinnock has warned Keir Starmer he might struggle to meet a key election pledge without rejoining the EU’s Single Market.
The leader of the GMB union said the UK ‘needs a new settlement’ with the EU as Brexit was ‘hitting trade’.
The party would 'demand' closer ties with the EU if they were to support a minority Labour government.
Keir Starmer’s tedious, hardline rhetoric on Brexit actually reveals our path back to Europe.
In Nigel Farage’s old stamping-ground, voters turn to a party they once scorned.
The SNP would “undo Brexit as far as possible” if the party held the balance of power in a hung parliament after the next general election.
The party would seek to restore free movement and single market membership ahead of fully rejoining the EU.