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The CARICOM Secretariat is pressing ahead with its public education programme regarding the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME).
British people in France have raised concern about their job prospects after Brexit after several jobs ads were spotted specifying that UK passport holders would not be considered.
The Common Market is the second Regional Integration milestone of the East African Community (EAC), which has been in force since 2010, in line with the provisions of the EAC Treaty. It follows the Customs Union, which became fully-fledged in January 2010.
Crisis has led to 500% increase in Britons taking up citizenship in an EU state
Points-based system will have 'potentially disastrous consequences' in high-vacancy sector and government suggestion that gaps be filled by UK workers earning higher wages rubbished.
New polling has shown that the coronavirus pandemic has led to the British public becoming more sympathetic towards welcoming EU citizens to work and live here - just as freedom of movement is being cut off as part of Brexit.
Brexiters are often accused of living in the past. That is manifest in the now recurring Brexiter response to concerns about Brexit: ‘but we did perfectly well before’.
For some weeks the British government has been planning a “shock and awe” campaign to warn British businesses that they have less than six months to prepare for Brexit; but the EU has beaten them to it.
Brexit will never be over.
Training Video Series #1: A Brief History of CARICOM and the CSME
Experts express concern over the loss of Britons’ free movement rights after Brexit.
Loss of free movement rights means UK workers not suitable for many professional roles.
If not, and the vote is to exit, it will be no good saying afterwards that “we didn’t understand what we were voting for” – the repeated complaint made by eurosceptics about the 1975 Referendum. By then it will be too late.
Bob Stewart says his dogs regularly cross the Channel and should not lose out.
Carolyn Fairbairn says many businesses cannot prepare for no deal during Covid-19 crisis.
UK set to lose access to Schengen Information System that police across continent use to stop criminals.
The African Union (AU) has adopted a Free Movement Protocol and a draft plan of action to go with it.
The British government has been ordered to pay the European commission’s legal costs after being successfully sued for granting City traders a tax break without EU permission.
Brussels gives government four months to comply or be referred to European Court of Justice.
More than two-thirds of musicians say bookings dried up because of visa red tape and cost – even before coronavirus struck
If the coronavirus pandemic does not critically damage the British and European music industry, the effect of Brexit may finish it off.
The all-consuming Brexit and coronavirus crises threaten a double whammy for the UK's Cinderella service.
Home Office accused of refusing to listen to £111bn-a-year culture sector – just weeks after a minister admitted government must retain free movement
'No matter which sector you talk to - from video games to abattoirs, broadcasters to supermarket delivery, financial services to care - they all say the same thing: We need access to people.'