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Equivalence permits for UK financial services unlikely to be ready by January 1st.
Academics hold up Brexit as an example of the dangers of voting on an abstract concept.
Thousands of sheep bound for Northern Ireland are stuck "in limbo" in Great Britain due to Brexit complexities.
Marks & Spencer has warned that up to 15% of its food product lines could be unavailable in its Northern Ireland shops in January.
NI businesses are facing a "very, very difficult" time in January when the Brexit transition period ends, a senior civil servant has warned.
Talks to prevent EU ban on imports of chilled meats likely to fail – with UK required to do the same.
US President-elect had previously said the Good Friday Agreement must not "become a casualty of Brexit".
A leading dairy co-operative has warned that a no-deal Brexit would "wipe out" profitability in the dairy sector.
A leading dairy co-operative has warned that a no-deal Brexit would "wipe out" profitability in the dairy sector.
Brexit risks negative impacts on crime and trade in Northern Ireland when the transition period expires at the end of the year, two different UK parliamentary committees were told on Wednesday.
UK firms warn that even with a trade deal, both sides need to phase-in changes to border checks over six months.
BILL CLINTON has hit out at the UK’s handling of the ongoing Brexit negotiations for creating “tremendous uncertainty” in Northern Ireland.
Another year should give enough time to amend Northern Ireland's medicines supply chain after Brexit, an industry expert said.
Charlie McConalogue says trade between Ireland and UK will be difficult without deal.
Northern Ireland businesses will not be ready for the new Irish Sea border in January and need a further transition period, industry leaders have said.
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.
UK FOREIGN Secretary Dominic Raab has accused the EU of putting pressure on the Good Friday Agreement with its approach to the ongoing Brexit negotiations.
Infrastructure work has taken nearly a year in the past, but just six months will be available - even if the cash is there