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Liberal Democrat conference: Tear down 'Tory' trade barriers with Europe to boost economy, says Ed Davey [7 mins] 19/03/2023
Sir Ed Davey said the UK must repair its "broken relationship with Europe" to boost the economy as the Lib Dem leader set out his party's main arguments for winning seats at an election during the spring conference.
Brexit “slammed the brake on UK investment”, SNP economy spokesperson Stewart Hosie has said. / Responding to Chancellor Jeremy Hunt's Spring Budget, Mr Hosie argued the UK economy was “one of the weakest” in the G7.
Brexit created "frictions" in trade that impacted the UK economy, Work and Pensions Secretary Mel Stride has said.
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.
British Chambers of Commerce presents government with urgent recommendations as members report struggling to sell into EU.
Brexit is thought to be a key reason why Britishvolt couldn't attract the private investors it needed.
Government accused of ‘failure and broken promises’, as exports set to slump next year.
Labour leader to urge PM to take on Eurosceptics in attempt to resolve Northern Ireland protocol issues.
From Brexit to Regrexit [9 mins] 10/01/2023
Almost three years after the United Kingdom's formal departure from the European Union, voters are turning sour on the 2016 decision to leave. A recent poll showed that 57% of voters view the departure from the EU as a mistake compared to the 52% who voted for the original Brexit referendum. So what changed?
Supply-chain pain caused by the UK’s split from the European Union still lingers for British manufacturers and retailers trying trade with the rest of Europe and beyond.
The impact of Brexit has only added fuel to the fire of severe challenges facing health and social care in the UK, warns the Nuffield Trust.
The impact of Brexit, in charts 03/01/2023
How has leaving the EU affected Britain?
Sir Richard Branson has ruled out investing new cash in the UK for the foreseeable future, claiming the economy has been hamstrung by trade barriers and “red tape” brought on by Brexit.
Extra checks and requirements on goods crossing the border has increased food prices by 6% overall, says the Centre for Economic Performance.
Brexit piled on an average of £210 extra to household food bills in two years, a fresh research paper has found.
A new study has explored how Brexit is contributing to rising food costs in the UK.
Research has revealed that during the two years leading up to the end of 2021, Brexit cost UK consumers a total of £5.8 billion in food bills.
By the end of 2021, Brexit had already cost UK households a total of £5.8 billion in higher food bills – new LSE research 01/12/2022
Leaving the European Union (EU) added an average of £210 to household food bills over the two years to the end of 2021, costing UK consumers a total of £5.8 billion, new research from the Centre for Economic Performance (CEP) at the London School of Economics finds.
Brexit added almost £6bn to UK food bills in the two years to the end of 2021, London School of Economics (LSE) researchers have discovered.
Brexit border checks on goods have forced up prices as food firms have to hire thousands more staff to wade through the new red tape, researchers found.
Brexit added £210 to the average household food bill in the two years to the end of 2021, new research suggests.
Northern Ireland minister’s proposal comes after PM denied plans for Swiss-style relationship with EU.
Michael Gove has failed to name a single change from Brexit that has “made business easier”, as criticism of the economic harm from the trade deal grows.
Britain’s economy is forecast to shrink by 0.4% in 2023, more than any other in the Group of Seven richest nations, according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). Britain is the only G-7 member whose economy has yet to return to pre-pandemic levels.
Treasury minister Andrew Griffith told MPs Brexit 'can deliver and is already delivering enormous benefits' - but hastily added there wasn't time to reel off any of them.