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The reopening of the landmark – which chiefs hope will be a "world class visitor attraction" – has been pushed back until 2025.
The man who started making fish pies on his kitchen table served up healthy sales of £133m last year, despite staff and cost issues … and the problem of being outside the EU.
In this week's Brexit downsides, extra food labelling costing up to £250mn, a huge drop in overseas students, veterinary shortages in NI, and more.
With finances tight and growth sluggish, closer alignment would bring mutual benefit.
Food industry trade bodies are discussing whether to take legal action against the government over post-Brexit plans that will require all meat and dairy products sold in the UK to be labelled as “not for EU”.
POST-BREXIT cross-border travel arrangements will be a “major barrier” to growth in the tourism sector, senior council officials have warned.
Reflecting on the UK's departure from the European Parliament, MEP Terry Reintke shares insights on its impact and prospects for rejoin.
Civil servants in Northern Ireland will have to face “capability and capacity” issues when examining new EU laws and assessing their consequences, MLAs have been told.
Wales’ role in UK-EU relations has greatly diminished since Brexit, with open democratic debate replaced by diktat and decisions made in the shadows, MSs warned.
Electric vehicles moving between the UK and the EU face a 10 per cent tariff once a grace period expires in 2027.
The Food and Drink Federation said the 'Not for EU' labelling “poses significant risk to exports”, while polling has shown that Britons would be put off buying food with these stickers.
Four years after Brexit, government struggling to sign FTAs. / New border rules taking effect Wednesday add to EU friction.
The City of London was supposed to have been set free by Britain’s departure from the EU. That’s not how it’s turning out. / In a reversal of the roles they've been used to playing, Britain is demanding the EU toughen up rules, worried about the threat of another financial crisis.
Experts warn UK’s regulations now lag behind those of the EU and that Britons will be exposed to more toxic chemicals as a result.
A new, post-Brexit trade row is looming for key U.K. industries but do ministers want to trigger fresh negotiations with Brussels? / Business groups representing U.K. energy and steel sectors are looking nervously at a potential financial cliff-edge, when additional export costs are introduced through the EU’s carbon border tax.
Authority weighs up legal action against government over new checks on imported meat taking place 22 miles inland. / The Port of Dover could become a target for criminals smuggling illegal and diseased meat into the country under new post-Brexit plans that will involve lorries from the continent being checked 22 miles inland, the port’s health authority has warned.
Four years after the UK quit the EU, the first border controls on imports from the continent have been introduced, with more to follow.
Figures show hundreds of millions of pounds from promised £2.4bn a year on agriculture not spent. / This money was to replace the EU’s common agricultural policy, which paid farmers for each hectare of land they managed.
Jersey's "reputation is being tarnished" due to Brexit-related trade delays, the owner of an oyster company has said.
Almost one in five (18%) have said they are less likely to buy products labelled “Not for EU” which will be a requirement on all British meat and dairy produce from October 2024.
Ireland is a nation that has been able to map out its own destiny, says pro-independence Welsh party leader.
The original “DTAS” licences issued to broadcasters stipulated the message must be shown if the streaming service carries content that falls outside of the jurisdiction of an EEA Member State.
Canada said no trade talks are in progress - despite Business Secretary Kemi Badenoch "explicitly" telling MPs discussions "have not broken down".
Food businesses sending products to the EU have had to fork out an extra £170m in export costs because of Brexit red tape, with the changes described as being “catastrophic” for some exporters. / Data shows costs have contributed to value of meat exports falling by 17% since 2019.
The First Minister has said famers in Wales would be in a “very different position” if they hadn’t taken the advice of Andrew RT Davies and voted for Brexit.