Brexit: The crisis that must not be named 04/11/2021
Now that Brexit has been ‘done’, the British government is refusing to talk about it. But the rapidly escalating crisis in the UK has everything to do with the country’s departure from the EU. The opposition, meanwhile, has gone awol.
The image of empty shelves is being incorrectly linked to Brexit. Carrefour's supply chain has been hit amid a strike at its logistics provider.
Cornwall Council closes Brussels office 10/06/2021
Cornwall Council has started the process of closing down its Brussels office in response to the UK’s decision to leave the European Union.
The fifth anniversary of the 23rd June 2016 referendum to leave the European Union isn't a moment we remember fondly. But this year, we’re marking the occasion by turning it into a message of hope. We are going to project the names of those citizens who voted to stay, or who regretted voting leave, or anyone else who wants to sign our message, onto buildings at the heart of Europe.
Kirkland & Ellis has nailed its European antitrust ambitions to the mast in the wake of the UK’s exit from the European Union to launch an office in Brussels.
After months of closure, Mini-Europe, the outdoor museum at the foot of the Atomium which allows visitors to travel all over Europe in a few hours, has reopened to a different Europe than the one it closed to.
UK’s ability to bolster Brexit deal to be hit by ‘career graveyard’ of Brussels work, Boris Johnson warned 17/03/2021
‘Morass’ of future talks looms, but status of EU posting has been ‘downgraded’ – and a brain drain is likely, according to think tank
Prime minister and European Commission president to stage face-to-face talks - as EU deadline of Wednesday nears.
This is an extract taken from the latest CakeWatch podcast episode where Chris interviewed Ayo, Dami, Sim and Emma Jane whilst they were in Brussels on 16th and 17th of October meeting MEPs as part of the 12 strong #RemainerNow delegation.
Cosla's president announced that they will still have a team based in Brussels.
PM says deal outline is nearly ready but EU says no backstop alternatives have been tabled.
SCOTTISH civil servants are furious after Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay ruled they would no longer go to meetings in Brussels from next week to discuss fishing, agriculture and other devolved issues, The National has learnt.
Protesters have gathered outside the British embassy in Brussels to demonstrate against Boris Johnson's suspension of parliament.
Critics say No 10 move to quit bloc’s institutional structures leaves UK blindsided. / British diplomats will pull out from the EU’s institutional structures of power in Brussels within days, under plans being drawn up by Downing Street.
Big Four accountancy firm EY is shifting its legal entity from London to Brussels as it braces for the UK’s exit from the European Union.
Lloyd’s, the insurance and reinsurance market, officially opened Lloyd’s Brussels, its post-Brexit headquarters in the European Union.
Council tenders for contract for continued operations of an office in Brussels after Brexit.