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'American companies in Europe support a deep and comprehensive economic partnership between the EU and the UK'
The U.K. risks failing to recruit the 50,000 customs agents the logistics industry says are needed before Britain’s final parting with the European Union, spelling potential chaos at the country’s busiest border.
The director general of the British International Freight Association (BIFA) says that it in light of the massive disruption to supply chains being caused by the coronavirus crisis, it would be irresponsible of the UK government to try to abide by the timetable for ending its Brexit transition period.
Jobs and industry 'in peril' if they face post-Brexit tariffs and delays, says top Tory.
'For at the same time as attempting to relegate Brexit to distant memory, the government is also claiming all kinds of benefits from “having left the EU”.'
A review of evidence about opportunities, challenges and risks to the North East economy and its key sectors with recommendations for action.
The UK must ensure that it retains access to the Single Market, has an open trading regime and maintains a stable regulatory framework with the European Union to minimise the impact of Brexit on the North East economy. This is the key conclusion of ‘Leaving the European Union’, a report by a powerful regional economic group says today.
British PM is now more likely to push for 'harder' divorce from EU.
The Chancellor has warned there will be no alignment with EU regulations after Brexit - despite a pledge being made in the North East by Boris Johnson that standards would be protected.
Brussels rules out 'mutual recognition' of regulations between EU and UK ahead of talks.
If anyone wants a quick summary of the new deal, I explained to Al Jazeera today why it’s bad for jobs, bad for prosperity, bad for supply chains, bad for rights and protections, bad for border disruption, and bad for the DUP. It’s a really bad deal.
Vinyl and CDs are manufactured on mainland Europe leaving the UK supply chain vulnerable to a no-deal Brexit.
Carmakers fear disorderly exit would cripple the just-in-time supply chain, investment and lead to tariff barriers
‘Irresponsible’ to lead country into potential ‘chaos’ that could mean supply problems with food and medicines, says Mike Flewitt
FOI request from Green MP Caroline Lucas denied on grounds it would threaten EU negotiations
Low consumer confidence also affects sales at Morrisons, and Co-op says crashing out of EU threatens its supply chain.
The head of the car group that owns Vauxhall has compared a no-deal Brexit to a head-on train crash.
The report shows that no deal will not “get Brexit done” rather, it will usher in a period of prolonged uncertainty for citizens, workers and businesses, which is unlikely to be resolved anytime soon, our new report, No deal Brexit: issues, impacts, implications, reveals.
The minister from the department for exiting the European Union has written a Twitter thread about Brexit readiness that has spectacularly backfired.
Airbus SE, one of the most outspoken companies about the risk of a no-deal Brexit, is telling European countries to prepare for a worst-case scenario so they aren’t caught flat-footed when the next deadline on Oct. 31 approaches.
Signs that European customers are “abandoning” UK firms are starting to show after British manufacturing recorded the steepest downturn in almost three years.
Without a deal, the country’s departure from the European Union will be a disaster.
Police fear the fallout from a "no-deal" Brexit could lead to "wide-scale disruption and dangers for the general public" and have warned they may not have the resources to cope.