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Philip Russell, a British national, was four days late with his residency application early this year. It would appear he has paid the ultimate price for his country’s decision to leave the EU.
Phillip Russell says he filed his paperwork just four days late, yet has failed in his appeal.
Fourteen countries likely to take tough stance in future talks about fisheries if access to UK waters does not improve.
10,000s of British expats in Europe have less than a month to avoid becoming undocumented migrants.
THE Scottish Government could expand its presence in the Nordic and Baltic region with a new “Scotland House” hub, it has been reported.
According to new figures from Danmarks Statistik, Brexit has had a negative impact on Denmark’s trade with the UK. / The figures revealed that between December 2020 and January 2021 the value of exports of Danish goods and services to the UK fell by 24 percent.
The crew of Scottish trawler Daystar are becoming accustomed to the two-day crossing to Hanstholm, a port on the North coast of Denmark.
Prices in Scotland plummet as red tape, queues halt EU exports. / Industry association calls for resolution in days, not weeks.
Scottish fishermen have resorted to sailing to Denmark to land their catch as Brexit red tape continues to delay exports, an industry body has said.
DANISH broadcasters have said “vi elsker dig” – we love you – to Scotland in a special Valentine’s Day message.
None of the EU27 have expressed support, but not all have actually shared their opinions on the new proposals.
Between Rockall and a hard plaice: Fishing rights are at the centre of a post-Brexit fight for maritime territory.
A leaked EU document lays bare for the first time the differences in how British nationals will be treated by the bloc’s member states after a no-deal Brexit, with two countries emphasising that requests to stay could be rejected on public order and security grounds.
The European Commission has agreed to compensate Irish farmers for a collapse in beef and dairy prices in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the Irish edition of the Sunday Times newspaper said, quoting Irish government and EU sources.
Denmark is the largest importer of pork to the UK but that position is under threat if no deal is struck.
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