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Judges reject legal challenge to UK-EU trade arrangements by group of unionist leaders.
The United Kingdom’s Supreme Court on Wednesday dismissed a challenge to the lawfulness of the controversial Northern Ireland Protocol, which governs post-Brexit trade between the British province and mainland Britain.
Johnson’s administration made promises over Northern Ireland deal it knew were unworkable, former PM tells MPs.
The appellants argue that the legislation passed at Westminster to give effect to the Withdrawal Agreement conflicts with the 1800 Acts of Union.
REUL: Scant time remains to assess which former EU legislation to keep, amend or revoke – and the environment is likely to pay the price. / While we were EU members, the UK adopted some legislation created by the EU. Jacob Rees-Mogg called them “diktats” and promised that after Brexit we’d “take back control of our laws”. This is disingenuous: the UK was fully involved in drawing up EU law.
The former chancellor said the Conservatives, Labour and national broadcasters "won’t talk about it", but the split with the EU is to blame.
Labour’s Andy Dunbobbin said a “perfect storm” of the Ukraine war, Brexit and the Covid pandemic had caused him to propose a rise in the local policing levy. ‌​‌‌​​​‌‍‌​‌​‌​​
Ex-PM says UK was stronger in the EU – as Jeremy Hunt challenged to admit Britain ‘poorer’ after Brexit.
Former prime minister Sir John Major has told the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee Britain made a “colossal mistake” when it left the European Union. / Sir John said while he is not a “significant Europhile”, he believes the UK was stronger in the EU.
Brexit is three years old and less popular than ever. More people are unhappy with Brexit outcomes to date, and pessimistic about the gains to come today than at any point in the Brexit process so far. “Rejoin” has opened up a double-digit lead over staying out in polls asking voters how they would choose in a second referendum on EU membership.
BRITAIN’S departure from the European Union is having a “serious detrimental impact on export” and is “not delivering the positives that were promised”, the boss of Dorset Chamber has said.
Bank of England policy maker Catherine Mann waded into the Brexit debate, blaming UK’s departure from the European Union for adding to inflation. / “However, the UK has also been affected by a third type of shock which makes it unique: no other country chose to unilaterally impose trade barriers on its closest trading partners,” she added.
Essex readers have shared their views three years on since the United Kingdom officially left the EU.
Hospitality, retail and farming leaders all highlighted that Brexit had delivered more challenges than opportunities for the Island. They said it had created ‘more red tape’ and meant fewer European employees staying to work in Jersey.
Whether it's wine-fuelled MPs or polls for right-wing news channels, the penny is dropping that leaving the EU was a catastrophe.
Countries are bidding for a new European weather research facility to be set up there, after Brexit brought an uncertain future for the centre's expansion in Reading.
High-end exascale supercomputer, JUPITER hosted in Germany with mid-range supercomputers DAEDALUS, LEVENTE, CASPIr and EHPCPL in Greece, Hungary, Ireland and Poland.
Tech firms say Britain's commitment to the tech needs to match the EU's.
Even though fishing is a tiny part of the UK economy, it was a key issue in the Brexit campaign with promises to "take back control" of British waters. / At the end of 2020, Boris Johnson announced his new Brexit trade agreement with the EU, promising that "[we will] be able to catch and eat quite prodigious quantities of extra fish".
The former home secretary said she feels ‘abandoned by the party as far as those of us who can see the truth about Brexit is concerned’.
A project manager’s disdain at chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s speech to Bloomberg's city HQ – ‘the UK will soon probably need to start offering its own nomad visa just to get people to come here,’ probably resonated with many IT contractors.
A shadowy global operation involving big data, billionaire friends of Trump and the disparate forces of the Leave campaign influenced the result of the EU referendum. As Britain heads to the polls again, is our electoral process still fit for purpose?
An animal conservation boss has warned post-Brexit red tape delays are putting already endangered species at further risk.
Oxford and Cambridge universities, once given more than £130m a year in total by European research programmes, are now getting £1m annually between them.
One of Britain's success stories is taking a direct hit from Brexit and its impact on labour.