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Fears of new disruption to fresh produce supply from EU when import controls hit in October.
The men behind Trussonomics and Brexit, the two great man-made catastrophes of recent years, are to be honoured for their ‘great work’.
And the call comes as a Gloucestershire bike specialist tells Punchline its export business has been deflated by a lack of post-Brexit trading agreement.
Government accused of ‘failure and broken promises’, as exports set to slump next year.
Government’s new trade red tape likely to hit long-term productivity, trade economists warn.
It places the DUP in the uncomfortable position of appearing at odds with the stance of the public health service itself.
Controversial Tory bill set to inflict further damage on businesses, with no clues yet about incoming legislation.
A major food processor has warned that the government's plan to change the Northern Ireland Protocol will be a "disaster" for NI dairy exports.
As Prime Minister Boris Johnson prepares to depart Downing Street, tossed from office by his own party, his legacy — the opening lines of his eventual obituary — will call him the man who “got Brexit done.” / So how is that going? What can be said about the post-Brexit Britain that Johnson is leaving behind?
Jacob Rees-Mogg announced checks on imports to the UK, that were finally set to enter force in July, will now not happen as planned and instead be 'reviewed' before being introduced in a different form.
LSE finds one-third decline in trading relationships under Boris Johnson’s deal – which has hit small firms hardest. / Brexit red tape means the UK has “stopped selling” many products to smaller EU countries, according to alarming new evidence of the impact on trade.
ITV News Anglia has been catching up with small businesses across the region to find out more about what the end of the UK's membership of the European Union has meant for their fortunes.
A new trade hub has been established by the British Beauty Council (BBC) to help personal care businesses ‘navigate their way through the jargon’ of the post-Brexit trading landscape.
British firms face the introduction of much-delayed post-Brexit border control checks from 1 January which will affect businesses importing $314 billion of goods a year from the European Union.
A former senior civil servant in charge of Brexit planning has warned some British businesses may “give up importing” as a result of new rules implemented in the new year.
Regulations likely to result in higher prices and empty shelves for delis and others.
Small businesses can expect trade with the European Union to be “permanently damaged” from 1 January, a supply chain trade body has said.
New customs checks will make imports more expensive and slower, says Cold Chain Federation.
Government warned some businesses will collapse from extra red tape in 2022.
EIGHT in 10 smaller firms which face being impacted by the imposition of import checks next year have said they are not fully ready to comply with the new paperwork.
The outgoing head of the North East’s largest business organisation has accused the Government of being ‘addicted to Brexit’ and unwilling to tackle any of the problems it has brought.
Next boss, thinktanks and unions criticise Boris Johnson, saying ‘shortages cannot be blustered away’
Business leaders said improved trade between north and south would "inevitably put pressure on the Union".
Current charges, which have remained unchanged since the UK severed ties with the EU, are roughly 0.5 per cent.
Almost one in five exporters have temporarily halted sales to the European Union (EU) after new post-Brexit trading rules took effect at the start of the year, according to the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).