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Every truck leaving the country since Brexit is costing the haulier an extra €500, according to independent TD for Limerick Richard O’Donoghue.
An article written by Peter Hardwick from the British Meat Processors Association (BMPA) explains that the declining level of red meat exports between the UK and EU illustrates the new-found trade friction between the blocs.
Music industry leaders have urged ministers to give financial help to performers who are unable to take bookings in the European Union due to post-Brexit touring restrictions.
The Welsh government has warned that post-Brexit trading patterns threaten the viability of the country's Irish Sea ports.
The UK meat industry employs around 97,000 people and is worth an estimated £8.2 billion a year to the UK, including about £1.6 billion in exports. / This report examines the impact of the first three months of trading with the EU as a third country.
The Seanad Special Select Committee on the Withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union will meet this afternoon to discuss the impact of Brexit on the business sector, and on trade across the island and between Ireland and Britain.
The volume of goods being ferried across the Irish Sea between Britain and Ireland has collapsed since the UK left the EU.
Hauliers carrying goods to Europe have warned they face more damaging restrictions as the latest figures show exports dropped by two-fifths in January as the Brexit transition period came to an end.
More than a quarter of the trucks crossing into the EU from the UK are travelling empty, as Brexit eats into UK export figures.
There's been a huge fall in trade between the UK and Germany during the first month of the new trading relationship between the UK and the EU.
Two weeks into Brexit, problems are mounting and recriminations are flying in all directions. The reality of Brexit is proving every bit as toxic as the four-and-a-half-year slog that got us to this point.
Post-Brexit trade disruption and ongoing congestion are causing critical build-ups of containers at UK ports, according to the latest data from Container xChange.
MICHAEL Gove has been accused of wilfully ignoring the facts in an effort to avoid accountability for the “long-term damage” caused by Brexit.
The Road Haulage Association has criticised Michael Gove for his lack of assistance.
Cabinet Office used ‘unverifiable data’ to rebut a Road Haulage Association survey showing export volumes dropped by 68%
Freight hauliers are rejecting more cargoes due to cross the U.K. border because of post-Brexit customs friction, and that’s likely to become the new normal.
Radiohead's bassist has said he is "worried the UK government doesn't understand cultural capital", as the band joined calls for what the industry called a fair deal for UK concert hauliers.
New routes to mainland Europe from Dublin, Rosslare and Cork seen as more reliable.
Brexit has caused hauliers to become "their own customs agents" due to shortages, MSPs have been told.
Customs paperwork diverts trucks from UK ‘land bridge’ on to EU-Ireland sea routes.
The loss of frictionless trade due to Brexit is leaving meat processors and exporters facing cost increases of up to 40 per cent, an Oireachtas committee has been told.
Transport and logistics experts attempting to navigate customs changes brought about by Brexit have criticised a support scheme managed under a £200m contract awarded to a consortium led by a multinational IT firm.
Northern Ireland traders call for an extension to Brexit deal grace periods amid warnings they’re drowning in paperwork.
David Hencke reports on the growing problems experienced by firms trading with the EU and the lack of help from the Vote Leave Government.
The UK’s official departure from the EU took place on January 1, 2021. The Brexit roll-out, not unexpectedly, has been awash with problems.