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A couple of points are worth observing already. Nearly six years on from the Leave vote, the supposed opportunities of Brexit remain entirely conspicuous by their absence. And ramping up the rhetoric by claiming “immense opportunity” does not change this reality.
London: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has ordered ministers to slash one in five public service jobs to free up billions for tax cuts.
Sacha Berendji also told a House of Lords committee that M&S had faced increased costs and wastage due to new rules and administration.
Two in three British pharmacies are struggling daily to source painkillers, cancer drugs and other vital medicines, research shows, as the availability of pharmaceuticals becomes increasingly uncertain.
The British Poultry Council’s chief executive has warned that an ongoing lack of reciprocity in UK-EU trade risks “normalising unfair trade with our largest and most important trading partner”.
HOUSING developers have been warned to expect higher costs and longer building schedules because of supply chain delays related to Covid and Brexit.
When the Brexit transition period ended, new barriers for UK-EU trade were introduced.
Stock has been hit over the last few years by global supply chain issues, material shortages, the EU exit and the coronavirus pandemic.
Brexit is weighing on exports, while demand is down due to the Ukraine war. / The number of new export orders dropped for the sixth time in second months, in part due to Brexit-linked problems.
THE SNP has warned of a Tory government “post-Brexit limbo” after it was reported a fourth delay to checks on goods coming from the EU is being considered.
It has been revealed that the government is considering a fourth delay to the introduction of post-Brexit import checks amid fear of their impact on the supply chain and the cost of living crisis.
A quarter (26%) of medium and large firms have been affected by supply chain disruption due to Brexit and coronavirus, according to ONS figures.
Approximately £13,000 was the result of increases in costs due to post-Brexit supply chain issues which resulted in several weeks of delay.
The number of UK businesses that export has declined in the year since the United Kingdom officially separated from the European Union, according to new data from Coriolis Technologies and the Institute of Export and International Trade (IoE&IT), which find that global supply chain disruption and the impact of the pandemic are also pressuring exporters.
Supply chain disruption is now the norm for UK businesses, with consumers at the receiving end of delays and shortages. Can businesses and the UK government smooth out the bumps?
UK clothing and lifestyle brand Joules is terminating some of its wholesale agreements with stockists in the European Union. Drapers explores who else is following suit, and what the implications are.
Thermal Management Solutions will shift production from Reading to the Continent a year after being recapitalised by new investors, Sky News learns.
Three food parcels are handed out to struggling households every minute, as Tesco boss warns worst of supermarket price rises are ‘yet to come’.
Shippers are “sleepwalking” towards the changeover of the UK’s customs infrastructure and need to “wake up” rather than seek to saddle HMRC with the blame for their failings, say freight specialists.
Supply chain issues are the leading concern for UK retailers at a time when 80% feel under some form of operational pressure, a new study suggests. / Only 22% said they had no challenges following Brexit.
Exports of British gin have fallen for the second year running, according to the latest HMRC figures released yesterday.
The past two years have been the hardest ever for restaurants. Amid critical shortages of staff, food supplies and even customers, can a new venture from the man behind Polpo survive?
The chief executive of the Association of Independent Festivals said despite best efforts it would not be back to ‘business as usual’ this summer
Norfolk firms are finding that they are being impacted by delays at the border caused by Brexit.