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BREXIT is set to cost the UK between £2 and £4 billion in lost food exports across its first full year out of the European Union.
Today marks 100 days since Brexit properly happened in the UK - with seamless trade and EU rules replaced by a weighty trade deal.
After the U.S., the UK is the world's second-biggest market for art and antiques. But Brexit and the pandemic were major blows to sales in Britain last year, which slumped by 22 percent to $9.9 billion – the lowest level in a decade.
Before the UK left the European Union, the beer, which makes up 80 per cent of his stock, would have arrived within 10 to 14 days 'without a hitch'.
From import charges to confusing returns processes, post-Brexit rules mean shopping with European retailers isn’t as simple as it used to be.
The renewed tension in Northern Ireland could have far-reaching implications for the future of the United Kingdom - and post-Brexit relations with the EU.
It’s almost 100 days since Britain completed its split from the EU -- almost five years after the referendum vote –- and a clearer picture of the consequences of the decision to leave is starting to emerge.
Online deliveries to the UK from Europe have plunged 50.7 per cent in the first quarter of 2021, according to e-commerce shipping platform Sendcloud.
Online deliveries from the EU to the UK have divebombed by more than 50 per cent since January as Brexit regulations stop shoppers from buying abroad.
A new report from e-commerce shipping platform Sendcloud has revealed that online deliveries from Europe to the UK have fallen by 50.7% in the first quarter of 2021 compared with Q4 2020, with new shipping requirements and additional VAT charges brought about by Brexit affecting the number of parcels being shipped to the UK.
Sector faces ‘logistical minefield’ of customs declarations and VAT codes as stores and markets prepare to reopen.
DOUGLAS Ross has been heavily criticised for “betraying” the Scottish fishing industry after he took part in a leaders’ phone-in earlier today.
Delays, paperwork and additional costs are making British chocolate scarce in Europe.
A new survey of UK and Netherlands firms shows two-thirds think our departure from the single market has had a negative effect
1 January 2021 marked the end of frictionless trade between the UK and continental Europe.
article facebook twitter flipboard mail icon reddit messenger-dsk linkedin vk Text size Aa Aa January has seen Brexit set in motion for real — but for many businesses, operations have ground to a standstill as they struggle to shift goods across new borders.
Firms across four different sectors share their stories of rising costs, extra paperwork and packages that never arrive.
UK SME retailers are having to route goods through friends and family in the EU to cater to the single market as they struggle to stay afloat in a maze of post-Brexit red tape.
Businesses have been hit hard by Brexit, according to research by an affiliation on Chambers of Commerce in the region.
Following the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union (EU), some continuity has been achieved due to agreements between the two sides. However, the agreements have not covered everything. One of the subjects is pilot licensing and now a UK-based pilot group is calling for a reciprocal agreement between the UK and EU over the transfer of flight crew licenses.
Post-Brexit exports from the UK to EU countries now take 112 per cent longer on average, according to new research.
Thousands face not having a valid permit after lack of deal between UK and France and flood of applications.
One month after Britain made a New Year split from the European Union’s economic embrace, businesses that once traded freely are getting used to frustrating checks, delays and red tape.