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Brexiter Ineos boss, who has an estimated £17.5bn fortune, officially changes tax domicile.
EU sources fear Boris Johnson hasn’t yet got backing for compromises on state aid to business
The British Retail Consortium says that the cost of tariffs on EU goods for consumers would be £3.1bn a year.
According to financial experts, EU rules will force UK banks to cancel accounts and credit cards of any expat that does not have a UK address.
Cabinet Office minister warned hauliers that unless they get their post-Brexit paperwork in order there could be queues of up to 7,000 lorries.
Average supermarket truck ‘will need 400 certifications’ to enter from British mainland.
Hospital chiefs have been asked to prepare health service for potential disruption from end of 2020.
Shoppers will feel the impact of a no-deal Brexit at supermarket tills, the British Retail Consortium has warned.
Report calls for ‘exploratory referendum’ to look at options, followed by an in-out vote.
Proposed rewriting of data protection rules said to put vital cooperation in doubt.
Only half of UK firms that trade internationally have considered the impact of Brexit on their business, says the British Chambers of Commerce.
Due to Brexit, the centre will have to move from Reading in the UK.
‘It’s not an effective system to actually ensure someone is ready to cross the border,’ says top logistics body.
Seaborne Freight was infamously given a £13.8m contract to run ferry services by the then-transport secretary.
First time ministers have admitted police will enforce need for ‘Kent access permit’.
MPs have raised fears about the “safe operation of the Channel Tunnel” from January, accusing the government of failing to make preparations.
Ministers have signed off on an application to get the EU’s medium-range weather forecasting station relocated to Ireland.
Proposal is backed by the Rock but is controversial for the UK.
Exporters to the EU face 7,000-truck-long queues in Kent and two-day delays to trade after the Brexit transition period ends, the government has warned.
Warning from head of North East England Chamber of Commerce is echoed by other organisations.