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An animal charity in Guernsey is facing challenges trying to return an endangered turtle to its native home of Gran Canaria.
Channel Islands' farmers say they are frustrated that "layers of bureaucracy" and red tape post-Brexit are causing major challenges across the industry.
Guernsey has seen a huge increase in customs declarations and immigration applications since Brexit took effect, and the idea of GST will create more work demanding additional resources on top of that, the Head of Law Enforcement has warned. / “Brexit really has, to a small jurisdiction, brought a disproportionate amount of additional pressure.”
THE Bailiwick is increasingly looking to Kenya to fill critical gaps in the job market.
A FORMER States deputy says he was ‘fed up of watching and wanted to do something’ as he prepares to return to Ukraine just under three months since his last visit. ‘Brexit has made it difficult to move anything.’
Work is under way to introduce a short-stay scheme for French nationals this summer, the States of Guernsey has said. / It comes after Jersey announced a change to passport rules for French nationals arriving by ferry on day trips.
Senior politicians from Guernsey have attended a series of meetings in France to discuss joint working and matters affecting communities on both sides.
The UK represented the Crown Dependencies and British Overseas Territories in relations with the EU while a member of the block. But since Brexit, how is it performing at engaging the EU to represent their individual interests?
COVID and Brexit have left Guernsey businesses in a minefield, according to the newly-elected president of the Guernsey Chamber of Commerce, Diane De Garis.
France has put the UK on alert that it could start legal proceedings if there is no further movement on post-Brexit fishing licences.
BREXIT is doomed, private equity titan and Guernsey resident Guy Hands has said.
France has threatened to impose increased customs checks on goods coming from the United Kingdom from November 2 over an ongoing fishing row.
Guernsey is going through its worst recruitment crisis in 30 years amidst a "perfect storm" of difficulties in getting staff, politicians and recruitment firm bosses have said.
The separation of the UK and the EU has had many ramifications, one of which is the loss of free travel between the EU and the UK, adding new hurdles to hiring people from Europe.
MEPs have voted to add British overseas territories such as the British Virgin Islands, Guernsey, and Jersey to its post-Brexit tax havens blacklist.
The UK government has received approval from the House of Lords to negotiate over fishing rights in Crown dependency waters without their consent.
Guernsey introduced fishing permits for foreign vessels on 31 January.
A fishing dispute between Guernsey and France occurred because the UK failed to inform of Brexit-related changes in time, a senior politician claimed.
The Isle of Man is about to start a "journey into the unknown" after the UK voted to leave the European Union, Chief Minister Allan Bell said. People in the Crown dependencies of the Isle of Man, Jersey and Guernsey could not vote as none of them are in the EU.