Jacob Rees-Mogg said there is little evidence to conclude Brexit has harmed UK trade – despite a mountain of proof suggesting otherwise.
THERE are no discernable benefits of Brexit, the chief executive of Scotland Food and Drink has said. / James Withers also rubbished claims that leaving the EU had enhanced “global Britain” and mocked the appointment of a new Minister for Brexit Opportunities.
Brexit one year on: 'Desperate need' to tackle crippling staff shortages in Scotland's food and drink sector 03/01/2022
There is a "desperate need" to reform immigration rules to address crippling staff shortages in Scotland's food and drink sector, industry leaders have said.
The end of the holiday season heralds the return to centre stage of a number of burning Brexit-related issues this autumn.
So five years after the referendum, and six months from leaving the single market, what's the slogan from businesses most affected? Bureaucracy, delay, cost.
Brexit: is it sustainable? 08/07/2021
In January 2020, as Britain was about to exit the EU, a post appeared on the London School of Economics (LSE) blog musing about the mechanism and conditions that might apply if Britain ever wanted to re-join.
Boris Johnson's government is 'gaslighting' Britain about the realities of Brexit, critics say 20/02/2021
Scotland's food and drink industry is warning of price rises and potential shortages when new Brexit rules on imports come into force in April.
Scottish fishing representative made renewed plea for a 'grace period' and for EU customs posts in Scotland to reduce bureaucratic delays being faced by exporters.
Representatives from Scotland's fishing and seafood industry are briefing politicians on the impact of the Brexit trade deal.
Scottish firms have been “thrown to the wolves” over the post-Brexit trade chaos at cross-channel ports and the situation may worsen, MSPs have been warned.
Leaders from Scotland’s fishing and seafood industry will hold crunch talks with MPs this week over the damage caused to their businesses by Brexit.
The chief executive of Scotland Food and Drink, James Withers, has claimed that food exporters are telling him „the door to the EU is now shut”.
James Withers, chief executive of Scotland Food and Drink, said the situation is a ‘real crisis’ for exporters.
‘Like a ghost town’: Food boss laments collapse in trade at fish market as exports to EU face barriers.
At least £1m worth of seafood a day will be stopped from leaving Scotland this week as delays continue at UK ports, according to an industry body.
THE “sheer scale” of uncertainty created by Brexit is proving extremely challenging for fishing and farming businesses, MSPs have been told.
Nicola Sturgeon calls for immigration powers to be devolved as industry bodies condemn proposals.