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THE SNP have accused the Conservative government of “shafting” Scotland as it emerged the European Union has awarded Ireland almost €1 billion (£850m) for compensation for Brexit, while Scotland has been given just £172 million from a UK fund set up to succeed a major Brussels scheme.
A popular, award-winning pub in Cheshire has been forced to close over the winter due to a 'perfect storm' of issues including the Covid lockdowns and Brexit.
With the pandemic worsening supply chain problems and UK worker shortages caused by Brexit, there’s a chance we may need to adapt our Christmas dinners this year.
New government data shows rapidly falling trade with countries on the continent, reveals Sam Bright. / The UK has seen a reduction in exports to our top European trading partners equivalent to £515 million a-week, new Government data reveals.
The UK’s much-vaunted post-Brexit trade deals will only increase the country’s GDP by a minuscule amount over the next 15 years, a report by the National Audit Office (NAO) reveals today.
The two-year anniversary of Brexit on Jan. 1, 2020, is swiftly approaching. And while the post-Brexit trade regime isn’t exactly new, some businesses are still struggling to navigate the change in import costs and duties that resulted from the United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union.
The future of the UK drone industry, one of Britain’s prime opportunities for growth, and many other UK-based manufacturing exporters, will be severely threatened once the UK’s eligibility for the EU’s CE accreditation regime expires at the end of December 2022.
Panel including former US envoy appeals to UK and Irish governments to work together on paramilitary disbandment.
‘What the government once called teething problems have now become a chronic condition’
European Commission Vice-President Maros Sefcovic urged London on Friday to conclude a deal to allow medicines to flow easily from Britain to Northern Ireland as well as other issues concerning trade to the British province.
Street disorder linked to Brexit has led to speculation about a resurgence of activity, says the Independent Reporting Commission (IRC) report.
EURid has confirmed that it will revoke all Brexit-related, non-compliant .eu domain names on 1 January 2022, with these domain names being subsequently released in batches.
The newspaper claimed that new deals struck in the aftermath of the UK's split with the EU are worth an eye-watering £766 billion.
Report increases fears government is determined to weaken judicial scrutiny.
Letter from detainees urges MPs not to back nationality and borders bill to be debated in parliament this week.
Former Brexit secretary David Davis says Priti Patel’s plans could foster a situation similar to notorious US detention camp.
Reported move triggers backlash from lawyers, with one senior QC quoted as saying the prime minister is seeking a ‘more compliant judiciary’.
The Republic of Ireland is to receive €920m (£782m) from a European Commission fund which is designed to "mitigate the impact of Brexit".
Ireland is to receive a total of €920.4m from the Brexit Adjustment Reserve, after the European Commission adopted the decision to allocate the funding.
Be that down to Brexit, suppressed world trade, supply chain issues or the political climate, Britain seems to be falling out of the overland picture, opened with such enthusiasm almost exactly four years ago.
New research from economics experts at Aston University has found Brexit has caused a largely negative effect on UK services trade since the EU referendum.
A SCOTTISH business has revealed how it missed out on a whopping £50,000 worth of EU funding due to Brexit.
Ten things you can expect to pay more for over the festive season.
Farmers have warned they face increasing pressure from restrictions imposed by Brexit on trade of seed potatoes.
Welsh Liberal Democrats have welcomed a proposed new bill which will protect Welsh farmers from being undercut by food trade deals which do not meet environmental and animal welfare standards.