One of Boris Johnson’s business ministers has insisted the prime minister was correct in arguing that businesses in Northern Ireland will not have to fill in forms to export goods to the rest of the UK after Brexit, despite this being an apparent part of the departure deal.
Boris Johnson accused of misleading parliament after saying there would be 'no checks' between Northern Ireland and Britain 23/10/2019
Prime minister directly contradicts the Brexit secretary and NI secretary over post-Brexit checks.
The government's own impact assessment of the Brexit deal confirms firms will have to pay fees, fill out forms and face border inspections when sending goods within the UK.
Firms in Northern Ireland will have to submit declaration forms for goods heading to the rest of the UK, under the government's Brexit deal.
Boris Johnson is flogging a dodgy Brexit deal. No wonder he doesn't want you to look under the bonnet 22/10/2019
Boris Johnson's Brexit Bill has major consequences for the UK and our future prosperity. MPs would be failing in their duty if they did not scrutinise it line-by-line.
Brexit Secretary admits businesses will need to fill out export declaration forms.
Brexit secretary under fire after admitting Northern Ireland firms will be forced to fill out export forms when sending goods to Britain 21/10/2019
'Just to be clear, exit summary declarations will be required in terms of NI to GB'
Brexit deal complex, bureaucratic and leaving more questions than answers, say Northern Ireland farmers 18/10/2019
The Ulster Farmers’ Union has said Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal is “complex and bureaucratic” in its first assessment of the plans.
A sea border would mean checks at major ports in Great Britain and Northern Ireland, such as Holyhead, Liverpool, Belfast and Larne.
Businesses would have to spend £15bn a year on filling out customs forms if there is no-deal Brexit, HMRC document says 08/10/2019
Leaving EU without a deal will result in 'significant new and ongoing administrative burden' of firms filling out 215 million customs forms a year, assessment finds.
UK farmers 'betrayed' by government's Brexit tariff plans that risk flooding UK with lower-quality imported food 08/10/2019
British goods face tariffs of up to 60 per cent while many imports won't be charged any under latest Tory plans.
Bands, theatre groups and sports clubs could be badly hit by need for visas, carnets and documents.
Report cites leaked proposals for clearance areas 5-10 miles from border and real-time tracking of goods.
October worst time to stockpile as warehouses full of Christmas goods, says retail body. / Retailers have warned that there will be shortages of fresh food coupled with potential price rises if there is a no-deal Brexit.
No-deal Brexit: Brits should post Christmas presents for the EU ‘by Halloween to avoid delays’ 21/08/2019
Gift givers would have to fill out paperwork and recipients may pay VAT.
A van driver whose job is at risk because of Brexit called James O'Brien to reveal all - and it was one of James's most popular clips ever.
Farmers call for fresh referendum as they warn half of farms will go bust after no-deal exit 14/08/2019
More than half of farms will go bust if Boris Johnson forces through a no-deal Brexit, farmers are warning, as some join the campaign for a fresh referendum. / Farmers for a People’s Vote group is unveiled, as latest arm of the movement demanding a Final Say referendum.
While businesses struggle with the red tape of no-deal planning, ministers are busy with commemorative coins.
Creating ‘Euromyths’ has become something of a cottage industry in the UK and the EU more broadly speaking. In fact, it’s so common that the European Commission has its own page dedicated to debunking these Euromyths indexing some 650 myths as of June 2016.
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.
Office in Leeds will house up to 1,000 staff.
Home Office criticised for 'outrageous' letter telling people with residency rights they need to get ready to leave.
More than 135,000 EU nationals have applied to live in Britain permanently in just six months, ministers reveal 06/03/2017
It is a 'nightmare' bureaucratic process which involves filling in a 85-page form - but the Home Office is being inundated with applications for residency.
EU will examine cases where citizens have met 'bureaucratic wall' trying to secure right to remain in UK.
Customs expert says extra costs and delays will harm small businesses and WTO rules would ‘kill UK farming’