Settled status: 400,000 European citizens living in UK in limbo as backlog of applications doubles in a month 22/01/2021
The Government has been accused of creating a ‘cloud of uncertainty’ for those applying to the EU Settlement Scheme.
Union in crisis as poll reveals voters want referendum on Scottish independence and united Ireland 23/01/2021
Brexit might be done and dusted, but its specter will loom over Britain for a long time yet.
The modelling estimates Scotland's GDP could be around 6.1% lower compared to if it remained a member of the EU.
Aberdeen-based exporter John Ross says the last few months have been the company's hardest in 30 years.
James Withers, chief executive of Scotland Food and Drink, said the situation is a ‘real crisis’ for exporters.
An international removal company in Maldon in Essex says its business has been reduced to zero because of Brexit.
Brexit troubles aren’t all teething problems 20/01/2021
For anyone who thought Brexit was done in 2020, the early signs are that it will, once virus woes settle, become Boris Johnson’s biggest headache. Again.
Brexit’s silver lining for Europe 03/01/2021
A thriving fishing industry in Scotland has quite suddenly stopped functioning, and the catalyst is unarguably Brexit.
JOE BIDEN wants to reverse Brexit and has the long-term aim of ensuring the UK rejoins the European Union, a foreign policy expert has said.
Fish in British waters are “better and happier” after Brexit, according to Jacob Rees-Mogg.
150,000 British sellers on Amazon and other online marketplaces hit by Brexit charges [2 mins] 19/01/2021
Awesome Books isn’t finding Brexit very awesome.
The Scottish National Party published a “Roadmap to Referendum” on Saturday, laying out plans for another vote on Scottish independence.
Less than a month after leaving the EU, trade is flowing so badly that small firms are moving operations abroad to survive.
Move to EU to avoid Brexit costs, firms told 23/01/2021
Exporters advised by Department for International Trade officials to form EU-based companies to circumvent border issues.
Consumers have seen changes to their online shopping post-Brexit including surprise tax additions, customs charges and higher delivery fees.
Simon Spurrell says his firm lost 20% of sales and will switch £1m investment to France.
UK retailers could abandon goods EU customers want to return, with some even thinking of burning them because it is cheaper than bringing them home.
£100,000 of tariffs slapped on Fairtrade bananas from Africa threatening farmers with ruin 23/01/2021
Liz Truss under pressure to explain why punishing levies being charged - despite announcement that UK-Ghana deal was struck.