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Study by British Chambers of Commerce reveals flagship bill to purge EU laws is low priority for firms.
Every now and again the full, ongoing Brexit disaster is illustrated in technicolour. New evidence has been published showing how appalling it is for the economy, exports, jobs and the health service.
Government’s new trade red tape likely to hit long-term productivity, trade economists warn.
Britain's trade agreement with Japan - the first major such deal announced after Brexit - has been branded a failure as new figures show exports have DROPPED.
The first major free trade agreement signed by Britain after Brexit has been branded a failure.
Liz Truss had described the deal with Japan as a "landmark moment for Britain" that would boost trade by billions of pounds.
“The evidence we present here shows the real loss of Brexit, the overall competitiveness of the UK as a global trader," researchers say.
Shadow international trade minister Gareth Thomas asked Defra what assessment it has made of the reasons for the UK florist industry's decline in trade with the EU.
Forecasts of the economic hit caused by Brexit from the UK’s budgetary watchdog are wrong, according to chancellor Jeremy Hunt.
UK companies have seen their new orders decline at the fastest pace for nearly two years this month, with manufacturing recording the steepest fall in export sales since May 2020 as firms experienced Brexit-related constraints, a survey shows.
'The Covid veil, now almost completely lifted, has revealed the challenges still faced by exporters struggling with customs and paperwork challenges and other Brexit constraints putting off overseas customers'
Britain’s economy is forecast to shrink by 0.4% in 2023, more than any other in the Group of Seven richest nations, according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). Britain is the only G-7 member whose economy has yet to return to pre-pandemic levels.
Fishing leaders from the north-east coast to Orkney and the Western Isles have joined calls to plead with the UK Government for a re-think of Brexit immigration rules.
Britain has dramatically increased the value of weaponry and defence equipment it sells to the world’s most repressive regimes since vows by senior ministers to expand arms exports after the Brexit vote.
Those living in North Lanarkshire face a shortfall of £157 million according to MP Marion Fellows.
Aberdeenshire East MSP Gillian Martin has urged UK Government to involve Scottish agriculture and Scottish Government on trade decisions affecting the sector.
The manager of one of Bath's best-known markets has complained that 'Brexit red tape' is making it too tough to import goods from Europe.
“We need to export to our biggest and most obvious market which is 20 miles across the Channel” / This #bbcqt audience member who trades with European countries says his business is “hanging in there”, claiming Brexit is a “disaster for our economy”.
Since Brexit, this business consultant is having to fill “93 to 102-page documents” to get products to companies in Europe, with the shipping taking up to six months.
A BBC Question Time audience member shut down a Tory minister who tried to dismiss the sustained impact of Brexit as “something that happened six years ago”. / "Brexit is a disaster for our economy."
Simon Spurrell told Cheshire Live his business lost £250,000 as a direct result of Brexit.
Years after Britain quit the European Union, its businesses are still suffering from lower sales as red tape makes it harder to export to the 27-nation bloc.
Back in those pre-war, pre-Covid and pre-permacrisis halcyon days of early 2020, the world was the UK food sector’s oyster in terms of post-Brexit trading opportunities.
Eurora Solutions has launched its Service Portal, enabling UK Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to outsource the complexities of dealing with the red tape caused by Brexit.
A cheese company will be able to increase sales in Europe following its acquisition, for an undisclosed sum, by a rival North West business. / Macclesfield-based Cheshire Cheese Company (CCC) had been hit by increased admin costs due to the implementation of Brexit.