UK businesses that trade with Europe are continuing to have a tough time because of post-Brexit bureaucracy, according to an investigation carried out by the Financial Times.
The impact of Brexit on UK services 08/12/2021
In this report, Sarah Hall, Senior Fellow at UK in a Changing Europe and Martin Heneghan, Research Fellow at the University of Nottingham explore the consequences to date of Brexit, and particularly of the TCA, for service providers.
New research from economics experts at Aston University has found Brexit has caused a largely negative effect on UK services trade since the EU referendum.
SINCE the EU referendum in 2016, there have been largely negative effects to the UK services trade, according to new research.
Businesspeople, academics, journalists and a top trade unionist have formed a group with the purpose of repairing fractured UK-EU relations.
The collision of the pandemic and leaving the European Union (EU) has tipped an £18bn loss in travel services trade, according to the latest figures.
On 26 October, we held a panel event to discuss the impact of Brexit on music specifically and the Arts generally. / As a preface to the evening’s discussion, the editor-in-chief, Anthea Simmons, read out a powerful, personal message from Sir Howard Goodall which we reproduce here in full.
A new report exposes in detail the impact that Brexit is having on businesses - with the effects getting worse over time, not better.
Recently, the government launched a wide-ranging consultation on proposed changes to the UK’s data landscape, with Brussels’ warnings that it will sever a data-sharing agreement with the UK if the proposed reforms are found to pose a threat to EU citizens’ privacy.
Brexit rancour and Boris Johnson’s plan to rip up Northern Ireland deal spell trouble for UK legal industry 29/07/2021
We need permission from France, Germany et al to rejoin an international treaty or risk hamstringing a large part of Britain’s legal services industry.
A summit crucial to the issue of climate change is instead mired in disentangling the mess of Britain’s exit from the EU
Experts found that UK services exports between 2016 and 2019 were £113 billion lower than they would have been if not for Brexit.
THE UK's decision to break away from the EU cost service exports more than £110 billion over a four-year period, new research has shown.
Warning that crisis will ‘get worse as businesses see that there is not much going on in UK-EU negotiations’.
State’s 2016-2019 services exports £126bn higher than projections based on prior trends
£20bn UK-Norway trade deal implodes over British beef and cheese as crucial deadline passes 28/05/2021
A wide-ranging free trade pact between the UK and Norway will have to be pushed back as Norway’s coalition government failed to reach an agreement today.
85 per cent of UK businesses have restructured in the wake of January’s Brexit deal, and the majority believe leaving the EU has negatively impacted operations, according to a new report.
The UK’s obsession with regulation autonomy has “strong implications", Luisa Santos said.
It was Boris Johnson’s choice to prioritise “sovereignty” over the economy – and Britain is already paying the price.
London Leaders' Letter to David Davis: Brexit Trade-Offs a False and Damaging Choice for London & UK 17/07/2017
A broad coalition of London leaders have called on Government to recognise the damage that the wrong Brexit deal could inflict on the city.
House of lords says ‘significant challenges remain’ for the financial services sector.
The EU Services Sub-Committee has today published its report, Beyond Brexit: trade in services, which examines the future UK-EU relationship on trade in services.
Today, peers in the House of Lords published a report that said the creative industries need a new agreement to resolve issues with mobility arrangements and moving goods between the UK and EU.
Reopen EU talks to help professionals, musicians and artists harmed by Brexit, Boris Johnson told 24/03/2021
Improvements ‘essential’ to rescue services trade, peers say – warning ‘too much is at stake if we don’t’.
In January, UK goods exporters soon discovered the ‘tariff and quota-free’ deal Boris Johnson signed with the EU did not offer frictionless trade.