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Emmanuel Macron has told French voters to avoid their own Brexit moment ahead of election day.
A new report into Eric Zemmour’s social media in the run-up to the French elections shows how Britain’s Leave campaigns during the EU referendum created a controversial template.
Dog and cat owners with holiday homes in France say they have been left “high and dry” by a tightening of Brexit travel rules on French pet passports.
The costs of the UK's exit from the European Union are mounting by the day...
The French bank Crédit Agricole has introduced a €5 charge for withdrawals made with UK-issued credit and debit cards.
The UK financial regulator had already warned that cash machine withdrawals could become more expensive for UK cardholders in Europe after the transition period.
The UK's diplomatic heft and economic muscle have been greatly damaged by leaving the world's largest trading bloc. It will have increasingly little sway in any future global crises.
Stand-up comic Ian Moore was living the Platonic ideal of a European life – travelling from the pastoral calm of his family home in rural France to weekly gigs in Britain – when the Brexit bombshell landed.
A supplier of car parts to the likes of Range Rover and BMW is reportedly closing its UK plant and setting its sights on Europe.
Greg Hands was asked why Michael Gove made the promise if it is now considered a bad move.
Government’s Brexit push to bring back Winston Churchill’s favourite champagne measure met with indifference.
France has put the UK on alert that it could start legal proceedings if there is no further movement on post-Brexit fishing licences.
"I moved to England because of its tolerance and open-mindedness. So when I started to see the posters on the windows, when I started to hear Nigel Farage demonising the foreigners, the hatred and racism that was now in plain sight, I started to feel uncomfortable."
Brits with homes in the EU have been told they cannot drive through France to get there because of new Covid travel rules – and, implicitly, Brexit.
Paris is to ask the European Commission to open post-Brexit litigation proceedings against Britain over a long-running dispute on fishing licences for French boats in British waters.
‘We still need a few dozen licenses,’ Secretary of State for European Affairs Clément Beaune says.
Majestic Wine is calling time on its business in Calais after Brexit regulations decimated the traditional ‘booze cruise’.
The European Commission had set a Friday midnight deadline for London and Paris to reach an agreement.
An EU deadline for Britain to grant licences to dozens of French fishing boats appeared to expire Friday without a final breakthrough in talks, despite France's threat to seek European legal action.
The Prime Minister and French President Emmanuel Macron can't stand each other, but the real damage is from Brexit.
A year of post-Brexit bickering has left the French and the British feeling significantly less well disposed towards each other, a poll shows.
France will not be ‘hostages to British domestic politics’, says interior minister.
French fishermen say they plan to also blockade the freight terminal of the Channel Tunnel as disagreements over the rights for post-Brexit fishing escalates.
French fishermen are threatening to block access to all UK seafood products, but processing companies are warning that blanket efforts against all UK raw material would be counter-productive.
Wholesaler Gardners is opening a separate sister company in France to mitigate the "frustrations, paperwork, and additional costs" for European customers since the beginning of 2021 due to the changes introduced by Brexit.