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Ipsos MORI survey shared with HuffPost UK raises questions for Boris Johnson's negotiating strategy as hopes of a deal begin to fade.
Rishi Sunak accidentally votes against government, but ministers see off attempt to uphold food standards in post-Brexit trade deals.
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Progress "has not been good" in negotiations to reach a post-Brexit trade deal, the Tánaiste (Irish deputy PM) has said.
"While it is clear that ambitions have changed with respect to the past, AmCham EU calls on negotiators to seek an ambitious and comprehensive future partnership. We support a deal comprising zero tariffs, zero quotas, and zero barriers. Any deal should maintain regulatory alignment where possible ..."
This technical note was transmitted to theEuropean Parliament and Council on 30 April 2020. Published on the UKTF website on Thursday 30 April 2020
Michel Barnier also accused Boris Johnson’s government of rowing back on commitments made in writing by Britain at the point before exit.
Google is planning to move its British users’ accounts out of the control of European Union privacy regulators, placing them under U.S. jurisdiction instead, sources said.
The UK should consider the trade-offs it is willing to make in a post-Brexit deal, European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen says.
EU negotiator sets out main obstacles to deal, including rights convention and fishing.
The EU is the largest export market for Britain’s financial firms, but their access will be cut off if no new trading terms have been agreed by January when a post-Brexit transition period ends.
If the UK keeps high standards it could ruin the chance of getting a trade deal with the US.
A 19th Century trade agenda will decimate the most productive parts of the 21st Century economy.
Only one in 10 voters wants the UK to abandon European regulations on the environment, labour market and food safety, according to a poll.
Non-tariff measures (NTMs) could cause major fractures in post-exit trade relations between the United Kingdom (UK) and the European Union (EU), knocking up to US$32 billion, or 14 per cent, off of UK exports to the EU, according to a new UNCTAD study.
Checks and controls on all UK exports to EU whether or not trade deal struck, says Brussels negotiator.
The use of banned flame retardants is widespread, yet our prime minister is hostile towards public protections.
As the EU and UK continue to prepare for the trade negotiations, there are clear signs that all is not well when it comes to implementing the divorce part of Brexit, in particular the Irish Protocol.
Vote comes as bloc wields its powers to force change in UK domestic law during transition.
Wildlife, air quality and fish stocks are all at risk as ministers water down EU regulations.