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Rishi Sunak is facing fresh demands to improve the UK’s Brexit deal with the EU.
There were sighs of relief in many quarters when it was announced that the British government was not going ahead with plans for a wholesale bonfire of EU regulation.
There will be no renegotiation of the Windsor Framework agreed between the UK Government and the EU, British foreign secretary James Cleverly has told peers.
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"Not for EU" labelling on British food products sold across the UK will be phased in gradually from this autumn, Foreign Secretary James Cleverly has said.
The UK government is still failing to understand the country’s supply chains, say logistics operators, or recognise their anxiety as more Brexit regulations loom.
MPs are increasingly looking to review point of trade deal in 2025 to push for better terms.
The European Commission and the UK government has agreed on requirements for the labelling on agri-food retail goods.
The Foreign Secretary told a Lords committee that a UK-wide labelling scheme had been identified as the preferred option.
The European Commission and the UK government has agreed on requirements for the labelling on agri-food retail goods. The label will be placed at different levels starting from individual, box, shelf signs and posters.
"Not for EU" labelling will be required on British food products sold throughout the UK as a result of the Windsor Framework, the foreign secretary has confirmed.
It is absolutely critical labelling issues raised by the Windsor Framework are resolved ahead of an October deadline, a group representing British supermarkets has said.
It may have been over three years since the UK formally left the European Union but UK brands and retailers continue to face a slew of challenges in navigating post-Brexit trade. Drapers identifies the persistent pain points and how they are being managed.
FORMER US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has highlighted the benefits of Northern Ireland’s access to both EU and UK markets.
The DUP leadership risks splitting the party if it continues to prevent the formation of a government in NI, according to the former UUP adviser of the late First Minister David Trimble.
Brussels and London’s failure to agree on post-Brexit arrangements endangers the European space programme, with the first victim possibly being the monitoring of the EU Green Deal, if no solution is found by mid-2024, EURACTIV has learnt.
Willie Hay has claimed Boris Johnson ‘split the United Kingdom‘ by introducing a ‘border in the Irish Sea’ in his eagerness to ‘get Brexit done’.
Baroness Kate Hoey has been criticised for comparing MLAs wanting to return to Stormont under the new post-Brexit deal to Nazi collaborators.
Returning to Stormont would mean ‘collaboration’ with EU as ‘colonial government’, says Kate Hoey.
Former Labour MP Kate Hoey has been criticised after likening politicians prepared to return to Stormont under the Windsor Framework to Nazi collaborators under the Vichy regime in wartime France.
There will be no renegotiating the new Brexit deal for Northern Ireland, says Chris Heaton-Harris.
Boris Johnson will be remembered as a “pound shop Nigel Farage” if he votes against Rishi Sunak’s Brexit deal, Steve Baker has said.
Jeremy Hunt’s budget shows that leaving the EU is only paying off in a parallel universe.
The Democratic Unionist Party will vote against the Government in this week’s first parliamentary vote on the new Windsor Framework Brexit deal, party leader Sir Jeffrey Donaldson revealed on Monday.
DUP leader Sir Jeffrey Donaldson said party officers had today voted unanimously to oppose the Windsor Framework when MPs get a vote in the Commons on Wednesday - and right-wing Tories could also rebel.