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With a lack of foreign labour in Britain’s fields, crops are rotting and thousands of healthy pigs are being culled unnecessarily.
Certain UK flights will be operated on aircraft leased from Spain, Finland, Latvia and Lithuania.
THOUSANDS of construction workers are needed in Scotland, according to new figures from the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB).
The airlines asked for help from the government to ease their staff shortage situation, but were turned down.
Staff shortages causing havoc at airports across the country have been blamed on Brexit.
‘We’ve isolated ourselves, and that sounds good to some, but it’s an ideology more than a practicality,’ musician said.
Before Brexit most of Britain's seasonal crop pickers came over from eastern Europe.
London-formed trio are the latest act to be hurt by Brexit red tape.
UK nationals are struggling to adjust to new rules that follow Brexit – the act that marked the UK’s official exit from the European Union.
Labour shortages caused by Brexit and accentuated by the COVID pandemic have badly affected businesses across the food and farming sector and could cause ‘permanent’ damage, UK lawmakers stated in a report published on Wednesday (6 April).
Crops left unharvested, healthy pigs culled and increased costs which will ultimately have to be swallowed by the consumer. Not going well, is it?
A lack of food and farm workers “caused by Brexit and accentuated by the pandemic” meant at least 35,000 pigs were culled and tonnes of crops left to rot in the fields last year, a damning report has revealed.
The music charity Help Musicians is set to provide a new fund that will give UK-based artists advice and planning tips regarding touring Europe in the post-Brexit climate.
Non-Irish EU citizens will need US-style waiver to cross border.
The Labour peer, who escaped to Britain as a child, condemns the “farce” of the UK’s visa rules for fleeing Ukrainians.
‘We have been too purist on this’, concedes minister who rejected EU offer – breaking promise to rescue visa free tours.
Developers and publishers discuss the challenges they face in securing talent from the Continent
Talk at this week’s NFU conference will be alive with financial, labour and competition concerns.
A major consequence has been to the rights of British nationals to move freely around Europe to travel, live and work; especially so for those with holiday homes who now find themselves limited to 90 days in every 180.
The rising cost of building materials and worker shortages in the construction sector as a result of Brexit are to blame for a lack of progress on London’s affordable housing targets, Sadiq Khan has said.
Frustrated opera star Bryn Terfel has revealed he had to travel from Austria to Slovakia to get a visa so he can perform in the Austrian capital.
EUROPEAN workers have not been interested in coming to Jersey since Brexit and additional planned population controls are likely to exacerbate the trend, according to Jersey Farmers’ Union president Peter Le Maistre.
Ministers are making “misleading” claims about the costs and red tape facing performers trying to tour the EU after Brexit, a parliamentary inquiry says.
"We spent £20,000 on a conversion. Now we wonder if it was worth it," he said. / A British immigrant in Spain has complained the area he lives in is becoming a ghost town because of Brexit.
Touring artists expecting a "rocky road in the summer" as more problems emerge.