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Senior Italian government officials say that the economic and social turbulence in Britain that has followed the withdrawal from the EU has been eye-opening, writes Kim Sengupta.
Three years on since the UK left the European Union (EU), a Midlands business owner has described the move as a "complete disaster". / Nic Laurens, who runs an abrasives supply firm in Shropshire, moved 90% of his company to the Republic of Ireland in order to remain in the EU.
A Fife man named the UK’s best champagne retailer says the impact and commercial challenges of Brexit is leaving the company feeling flat.
Somerset-founded architecture practice Invisible Studio is moving its operations outside of the UK as a response to Brexit, Dezeen has learned. / "Brexit has been a catastrophe," Invisible Studio said in comments on the survey. "The barriers are obvious but it it is the cultural loss that is even greater."
Brexit is thought to be a key reason why Britishvolt couldn't attract the private investors it needed.
The number of EU bankers earning more than €1 million increased significantly in 2021, according to research by the European Banking Authority (EBA). / The regulator said that the hike in salaries was directly linked to relocations of staff from the UK to the EU following Brexit, as well as improved investment banking and trading sales, and a general increase in salaries.
Smoothie maker Innocent Drinks has fallen into the red after splurging on a new purpose-built factory in the EU post-Brexit.
A growing tech company in Peterborough has opened an office in Holland in a bid to get round Brexit red tape.
Almost three years after the United Kingdom's formal departure from the European Union, voters are turning sour on the 2016 decision to leave. A recent poll showed that 57% of voters view the departure from the EU as a mistake compared to the 52% who voted for the original Brexit referendum. So what changed?
Brexit delays have led Perth-based cannabis oil company Voyager to acquire a manufacturing factory in Poland for £1.5 million.
Specialist expat financial planner Blevins Franks is reporting that it is seeing a large increase in the number of UK IFAs enquiring about a move to Europe, spurred by passporting barriers post-Brexit.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is shifting some of its euro swaps trading desk to Milan from London, the latest example of roles moving to the continent after Brexit.
Meanwhile former Cabinet minister George Eustice questioned the negotiating strategy that led to the Australia and New Zealand trade deals.
The French capital will become a focus for the bank as it tries to recruit dozens of fresh staff.
David Bailey looks at the implications of BMW’s decision to stop producing the electric MINI at its Oxford plant and sets out what the decisions tells us about the UK automotive industry post-Brexit.
Some of the brightest scientific minds are leaving the UK, as they lose access to European funding in the wake of Brexit, SkyNews has found.
This week I was contacted by a retired CEO of a major wine wholesaler. They, unbeknownst to me, had asked their local MP John Penrose (Weston-super-Mare, Somerset) if he thought it was acceptable that my wine business had been obliged to open a site in the EU to mitigate Brexit costs.
Ramsden International has fallen to its first-ever loss as new Brexit rules hit revenues at the wholesale exporter.
The Chancellor is trying to keep talent in a financial sector that is losing ground to the EU. / Of all the things the government could be doing to improve the economy right now, scrapping the cap on bankers’ bonuses seems like the most brazenly tone-deaf.
'After Brexit, we found ourselves in a position where we could not talk as easily to European clients, and now we can'. / Numis, the traditionally City-focused investment bank, is gearing up to compete with larger rivals in continental Europe after opening its post-Brexit office in Dublin.
One of the UK’s most promising science-based start-ups has threatened to leave the country over what its boss called political “paralysis” and a lack of clarity in national industrial strategy.
Four international scientists explain how a grant debacle stemming from Brexit has affected their research and career plans. / UK science suffered a significant setback in June, when the European Research Council (ERC) confirmed that 143 UK-based researchers would forfeit their prestigious ERC grants unless they relocated to a country in the European Union.
As small businesses crumble, shelves get emptier and the care-worker shortage intensifies, life outside the EU is having a dire effect on many of us. Why aren’t politicians talking about it?
'We are not the envy of the world anymore, we are the crackpot aunty in the corner that everyone laughs at.'