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Each year, donations from the Channel Islands make their way across Europe to help some of the most vulnerable. / But Jersey charities say that Brexit has created an "absolute nightmare" of extra costs and added paperwork.
A recent government report warned that labour shortages "caused by Brexit and accentuated by the pandemic" were badly affecting our food and farming sector, with fruit suppliers often forced to leave produce rotting in the fields.
British Ambassador to Bucharest Andrew Noble said in an interview with HotNews.ro on Thursday that he'd not see anything good in a no-deal Brexit, but assured that even if his country leaves the EU without a deal, authorities there have mechanisms to preserve the status of Romanian citizens in the UK.
Romanian President Klaus Iohannis told British PM Boris Johnson on Tuesday that Romania's major priority when it comes to Brexit was protecting the interests of Romanian citizens in Britain.
British Ambassador Andrew Noble has appealed to thousands of UK nationals in Romania to get their new post-Brexit residence documents before the Dec. 31 deadline and apply for a Romanian driving license.
In a statement, the company said: "We are now relocated in Europe." / “Sadly, due to Brexit and UK lockdown restrictions, we had to leave England to allow our business to survive and grow.”
European Union students starting a degree in the UK this year will be expected to pay high fees, and as a direct result applications from the EU have fallen by 40 per cent. What does this mean for the exchange of students between the UK and emerging Europe?
This Romanian caller told LBC he had to leave the UK after 16 years living and working here because he felt "people turned against him" after the Brexit vote.
Thousands of EU citizens were refused entry at the UK border in the first three months of 2021, representing a major surge in cases despite a decline in travel due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Shipping wine to the UK is now a "bloody nightmare" and it's only likely to get worse.
Citizens of five Eastern European and Baltic countries must pay more to get a UK work visa than other EU nationals.
Coreper, the European Council’s executive body, made up of permanent representatives to the European Union, has voted to back Romania’s former anti-corruption boss Laura Codruța Kövesi as the first head of the EU’s newly-created Public Prosecutor’s Office.