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Study by British Chambers of Commerce reveals flagship bill to purge EU laws is low priority for firms.
The government’s plan to remove all remaining EU regulation could do even more damage to the UK’s weakened economy, say businesses.
Government’s new trade red tape likely to hit long-term productivity, trade economists warn.
IoD and unions among groups writing to government, saying move would cause business chaos, harm rights and threaten environment.
Business groups and unions are urging the government not to go ahead with plans to ditch a wide range of EU laws, warning the move could cause "confusion and disruption" in the UK.
Leading British business groups and unions have called on Rishi Sunak to delay post-Brexit plans to shred all retained EU laws by 2023.
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.
Michael Gove has failed to name a single change from Brexit that has “made business easier”, as criticism of the economic harm from the trade deal grows.
'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'
We need the word “rejoin“ to have the same weight and significance as the word “Brexit“.
Sky's Paul Kelso, at the CBI's annual conference, says there is a clear message that Brexit isn't working for business and the government is failing to deliver policies that will help growth recover.
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.
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.
"Around half of the fiscal hole, and the political instability that comes with that, is down to Brexit," John Springford of the Centre for European Reform.
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.
Simon Spurrell said the government is "so anti-Europe they won’t even discuss getting a better deal sorted out".
A NORTH-east MSP has claimed businesses and households in the region are suffering due to the effects of Brexit.
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.
More than half UK firms are pivoting toward the European Union to navigate their way through economic turbulence.
The UK delayed the roll-out of new post-Brexit product safety marking in order to stave off extra costs for companies that are already under pressure due to rising inflation and expected tax rises.
Businesses had protested that the ‘UKCA’ quality mark represented pointless and costly red tape.
But six years on, reality is kicking in and some of the most ardent Brexiteers - including the heads of major UK employers - are starting to change their tune.
Manufacturing firms are appealing to ministers to match a European grant scheme that subsidised the cost of installing renewable energy. / Under the EU system companies were able to claim up to a third of the cost for installing solar panels, biomass boilers or double glazing.
The UK government’s post-Brexit plan to ditch all EU laws by the end of next year have fallen further into jeopardy, after civil servants discovered 1,400 more pieces of retained legislation.
British firms are yet to see any upside from Brexit, according to one of the UK’s top executives, who urged Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to improve the trade agreement with the European Union to boost growth.