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The announcement that British Steel is to enter insolvency is the latest example of how uncertainty over Brexit is threatening livelihoods across the country. This does not just affect the 5,000 workers at Scunthorpe, but also a support staff of 20,000 across the whole supply chain. / Sadly, many other firms face the same danger ...
Company put into official receivership after talks with government over £30m rescue package break down. / British Steel has collapsed, putting more than 4,000 jobs directly at risk and threatening a further 20,000 in the company’s supply chain.
British Steel is on the verge of administration within 48 hours unless a £30m rescue deal can be agreed with the government. If additional funding cannot be secured 4,000 British Steel jobs would be put at risk along with a further 20,000 in its supply chain.
Fantasy world meets reality of a UK industry deeply embedded in EU economy. / Bombardier has put its Belfast plant up for sale, in the process putting a question mark against the 3,600 jobs in the North’s largest private-sector employer.
The Economic and Social Research Institute says the economic impact of Brexit on Ireland will be considerable in either a deal or no-deal scenario, with a cost to output this year of between €1.8bn and €7.5bn.
Businesses won’t be able to hire British staff on seasonal contracts if UK crashes out of EU.
The impact of Brexit on the outbound travel sector could put 25,000 jobs at risk and see a hike in holiday prices of almost a third, a new report warns today.
Firms including BMW and Toyota warn of potential UK job losses and plant closures.
Vice chancellor Max Lu said universities faced "unprecedented pressures", including Brexit and a possible reduction in tuition fees.
UK manufacturers are cutting jobs at the fastest pace for six years with confidence in the sector hit by Brexit uncertainty, according to a closely-watched survey.
British factories slashed jobs in February and braced for Brexit by stockpiling goods at the fastest pace seen in any Group of Seven country since records started in the early 1990s, a survey showed on Friday.
Dozens of companies have cut jobs, beefed up their European operations or issued warnings on the impact of the UK's departure from the EU.
Ministers are planning a “hardship fund” for Britons impoverished by a no-deal Brexit.
Car manufacturer becomes latest to cut jobs or shift production elsewhere amid Brexit uncertainty.
Japanese firm to shut plant in 2022 but maintain its European HQ near Bracknell in Berkshire.
US car giant tells Theresa May it is preparing alternative manufacturing sites abroad.
An A-Z of Brexit impact stories by company.
NEARLY 100 more jobs are going at the Wright Group in Ballymena - and Brexit is being blamed.
Travel companies warn European holiday prices set to rise 31% as a result of Brexit. Survey points to 25,000 UK jobs in the sector also at risk and warns of the damage to UK businessesand training opportunities for young people.
A grouping of travel companies which has been established to highlight the likely result of Brexit on businesses working in seasonal holiday businesses such as the ski industry has made some dire predictions of the impact of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union.
I run two shops in Cowbridge in the Vale of Glamorgan. The negative impact that Brexit is already having on my business is causing me sleepless nights.
Schaeffler says Brexit uncertainty is a factor in its decision to trim UK operations at a time of global pressures.
Dozens of British security officials working at Europol will be ejected from the European crime-fighting agency in the event of a no-deal Brexit, putting thousands of criminal investigations in the UK at grave risk of collapse.
A factory that employs around 500 people in Suffolk is to close down and Brexit has been blamed.
A study of the impact of a no-deal Brexit on the EU’s agri-food industry has claimed that beef and cheese exports from Ireland to the UK could collapse by up to 90% with the loss of over 3,500 jobs.