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Even though fishing is a tiny part of the UK economy, it was a key issue in the Brexit campaign with promises to "take back control" of British waters. / At the end of 2020, Boris Johnson announced his new Brexit trade agreement with the EU, promising that "[we will] be able to catch and eat quite prodigious quantities of extra fish".
About 1,000 university research jobs are at risk unless the UK government urgently replaces European Union funding, bosses have warned.
We spoke to the director of Geoffrey’s in Antibes about how the store started and the problems after Brexit. / Geoffrey’s of London, thought to have been the largest independently owned UK food shop in France, has closed, a casualty of Brexit.
The 730 redundancies at a chicken processing plant could be the “first of many” such blows to the Welsh economy the Leader of Anglesey County Council has warned.
Brexit and inflation have been blamed as two of the key factors behind plans to close a poultry factory on Anglesey. ‌​‌‌​​​‌‍‌​‌​‌​​/ He said the company’s chief executive had cited Brexit and the impact on trading conditions as one of the main causes behind the factory’s potential closure. ‌​‌‌​​​‌‍‌​‌​‌​​​
Nearly 200 jobs at risk as Iceland Seafood says Grimsby no longer ‘a strategic fit’.
Brexit has caused sadness far and wide, but for very many musicians who are only just beginning to emerge from the Covid-induced touring dearth, Brexit has been a disaster. A survey conducted by musicians in 2021 revealed that 34 per cent of musicians had already lost work as a result of Brexit. A violinist said, “I am professionally paralysed by Brexit.”
'Wimbledonisation' helped the City of London become Europe’s financial capital. But leaving the EU has been much less of an advantage.
Britons part of the music industry in the United Kingdom have expressed their concerns that Brexit-related travel restrictions could lead to massive unemployment, thus urging the government to work with the EU towards the removal of these restrictions and other obstacles.
Recent industry representations to the House of Lords have warned that touring Europe has become unfeasible for UK musicians.
A former soldier from Derbyshire has urged the new Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to reverse Brexit as he says life was better when the UK was part of the European Union.
Failure to replace funding previously provided by the European Union’s Social Fund with money from the UK’s Levelling Up Fund has put more than 1,700 jobs in jeopardy in Northern Ireland, a conglomerate of community groups has warned.
Up to 1,700 jobs are at risk over the failure to replace EU funds that were lost after Brexit, a consortium of community groups have said.
Read the experience of one drummer who lost his job of 12 years due to the Brexit touring fiasco, after NME attended a hearing at the House Of Lords.
A former lorry driver and soldier from Derbyshire is one of the protesters leading the fight for the UK to rejoin the European Union (EU) after losing his job due to Brexit.
As the cost of Brexit is counted in wrecked livelihoods, ordinary people are starting to call it out. Loudly. Peter Corr is a lorry driver in Derbyshire.
As small businesses crumble, shelves get emptier and the care-worker shortage intensifies, life outside the EU is having a dire effect on many of us. Why aren’t politicians talking about it?
Six years after the referendum we can disentangle the evidence and judge the effects on health and care, says Richard Vize.
After years of cancellations thanks to COVID, this summer sees the return of music festivals to the UK - but after leaving the EU, those involved with British events are facing challenges and calling for support.
This week we laid off most of the rest of our staff. TL/DR: It's down to Brexit. Not Covid. Not the war in Ukraine. We've got the figures. We know our business. Brexit did this.
UNELECTED UK Government minister Malcolm Offord has insisted the Tories have not conned the public over Brexit.
Institute of Government says there is more work for the Civil Service to do now that the UK has left the EU
London: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has ordered ministers to slash one in five public service jobs to free up billions for tax cuts.
Robert Jenrick said he was disappointed with the decision, but Goodlife Foods said there was "no viable alternative".
Sky's Ian King explains why the company, which cut over 1,000 jobs in response to the pandemic, is again having to slash costs through job losses.