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Plymouth-headquartered company's passenger numbers are still lower than pre-Covid and now it is suffering a decline in lorry numbers.
The European Court of Justice is to rule on June 15 on a case looking at the legality of the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement and its impact on Britons who lost EU citizenship rights.
Barclays PLC is planning to hire 200 new traders in Paris in a fresh blow to the Square Mile in the wake of Brexit.
Barclays Plc expects to increase its headcount in Paris by about two thirds in the next two to three years, as the French capital increasingly becomes the main trading hub in continental Europe for global lenders after Brexit.
British and French housing associations trained residents to start their own business through the Increase Valorisation Sociale but its future is uncertain after the loss of EU funding.
Experts have today partially blamed post-Brexit uncertainty for helping France pip the UK to Europe’s investment hub crown for the second year in a row.
A British man working as a security guard in France has said he risks losing his job because of a Brexit-related admin issue.
Industry leaders fear new entry restrictions and the UK’s tarnished image among some Europeans have caused a decline in EU visitors
French school leaders are opting for the more expensive but simpler trip to Ireland. / French school trips to the UK have been halted by Brexit visa issues, according to reports.
Recent data from the official statistical office of the European Union, Eurostat, has shown that Sweden has expelled more British nationals than any other country in the bloc since Brexit.
Tourism leaders are concerned that French and German tourists are starting to avoid the UK due to post-Brexit restrictions on travel with identity cards.
When we voted to leave the EU we signed up to such queues and delays at the border, says The Independent's Simon Calder.
Post-Brexit passport rules mean it typically takes 20 minutes to process passengers on a coach – far longer than before.
After the Brexit referendum in 2016, European jurisdictions began to create their own specialist commercial courts, given the potential impact of leaving the EU on the UK’s own courts.
Brussels commissioner says bill breaches convention, as legal experts warn of risk to Brexit trade deal.
Work is under way to introduce a short-stay scheme for French nationals this summer, the States of Guernsey has said. / It comes after Jersey announced a change to passport rules for French nationals arriving by ferry on day trips.
A French company has won the contract for post-Brexit border checks, in a blow to hopes that domestic businesses would be prioritised in public procurement.
French visitors to Jersey won't need a passport to travel for the first time since Brexit, under a pilot scheme announced by the island's government. / It follows a "significant decline" in the number of visitors from France since the UK left the EU and new travel restrictions came into effect.
Nuclear proponents lost significant voting power when the UK left the EU, but France is cobbling together a new nuclear alliance and has racked up a number of recent successes.
My latest update estimates Brexit reduced Britain's GDP by 5.5 per cent by the second quarter of 2022. My model avoids the cherry-picking of data, and performs better than its critics’ methods.
A French official has warned that some ferries between the Channel Islands and France could stop running from next year unless post-Brexit rules requiring French passengers to have a passport are relaxed.
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.
Despair over NHS waiting lists is driving people who could never afford private care in UK to countries like Lithuania. / "Before Brexit, English people came to France for healthcare purposes because they were reimbursed by the NHS. Now, they come to France because of the skyrocketing waiting lists in the UK."
Lyonnaise de Banque becomes the first to have their licence revoked after the UK's split with the EU.