The EU has gone the extra mile by offering a fix to the row about trade in Northern Ireland, a senior EU official has said.
The EU has gone to the limits of what it can do to resolve the problems of post-Brexit trade in Northern Ireland, the bloc’s ambassador to the UK has said.
Post-Brexit collapse in EU student recruitment could threaten courses at world-famous institutions 14/10/2021
It comes after Boris Johnson’s government decided to end UK participation in the EU’s Erasmus+ programme.
Bentley’s Chief Executive says a combination of rules of origin mandates and trade uncertainty places the UK’s auto industry in a precarious position.
A JEWELLERY maker has told how Brexit has made it harder to sell to customers in Ireland than those 4000 miles away in America.
Scottish ministers are under fresh pressure to boost student exchange links with the EU as frustration grows over Britain’s post-Brexit Turing Scheme.
France might retaliate against Britain in a dispute over post-Brexit fishing licences by the end of next week, government spokesman Gabriel Attal announced Wednesday.
Brussels was “preparing for the worst” over Brexit on Wednesday after the UK signalled the EU’s offer to scrap up to 80 per cent of checks on goods entering Northern Ireland was not enough to resolve the bitter dispute over the Irish border.
Oliver Dowden says applications ‘relatively limited’ for emergency visa scheme aimed to stem supply chain crisis.
Maroš Šefčovič attempts to end tussle at press conference but ‘big gap’ remains to UK’s demands.
Businesses say bloc has listened and gone ‘beyond expectations’, increasing their hopes of a deal.
It was overshadowed by the immediate challenges of the pandemic but the fallout from Brexit for the UK’s sales companies and distributors is now pulling into sharp focus. Put simply, it is much harder for UK sales companies to represent European films...
Ireland's deputy PM has warned governments doing trade deals with the UK that it is a nation that "doesn't necessarily keep its word".
EU 'to remove up to 50% of custom checks' in bid to resolve Northern Ireland Protocol row 13/10/2021
The EU will later set out a range of proposals, including removing up to half of custom checks, in a bid to resolve the political stand-off over trade in Northern Ireland.
Boris Johnson never understood what his Withdrawal Agreement with the EU really meant, his former chief adviser has said.
The post-Brexit collapse in EU student recruitment is threatening course sustainability at world-famous institutions such as the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS), according to higher education (HE) leaders.
Ex-adviser to PM says flawed Brexit deal was way to ‘whack Corbyn’ and ‘of course’ government can break it.
‘Utter catastrophe’: Builders quitting, no materials and soaring costs ruin renovation dreams 12/10/2021
As the construction supply chain is crippled, homeowners' plans are falling by the wayside.
Tory minister David Frost proposes plans for an entirely new Northern Ireland Protocol – "trashing" a deal he once triumphed.
Wales is being increasingly bypassed as Irish-French sea connections reach 44 with a new terminal in the ferry port of Dunkirk.
Tory voter brings LBC listeners to tears after telling James O’Brien how Brexit has ‘destroyed this country’ 12/10/2021
A caller into James O’Brien’s LBC radio show who said he was Tory voter brought listeners to tears after he revealed when things changed for him on Brexit.
The former Secretary General of the European Commission believes the UK's chief Brexit negotiator was 'hardly credible' in his speech against the NI protocol.
Poland's Prime Minister categorically rejects the idea that Poland may be heading towards leaving the European Union.
Bus routes and services are experiencing disruption across the country, particularly in the North East. This is a knock on effect from the HGV crisis as bus drivers are being ‘poached’ by haulage bosses for hugely increased wages.
Conservative MP Sir Bernard Jenkin claimed the Brexit deal was signed with the government was in a “constitutional crisis” – even though Tories actually had an 80-seat majority at the time.