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It won't come as a surprise that the combined effects of the cost of living crisis following Brexit and Covid have been a factor in almost every one of the business closures we've reported on in the last year.
Halo has announced it has entered liquidation after 11 years of nights out due to a combination of a change of student culture and the external pressures of Brexit and cost of living crisis.
There is a stark disconnect between promises of prosperity and the grim post-Brexit reality for the UK fishing industry, according to fishing boat owner Mark Addison. "There's been issues with queues, passports, paperwork, groupage in lorries.... which is a big problem with fresh produce like fish." says Mr Addison, speaking from Peterhead in Scotland, Europe's largest whitefish market.
Powder White has ceased trading immediately and cancelled holidays, citing Brexit, Covid and the rising cost of living as reasons why the specialist firm has shut its doors.
The Leeds-based brewery was co-founded in 2011 by John Gyngell and Christian Townsley, who said in a statement that the firm is now looking for additional investment. They put the brewery's plight down to the ongoing impact of Covid, Brexit, the cost of living crisis and rising input costs.
As Tata Steel announced significant job losses in Port Talbot, Byline TV asked Carwyn Jones why it’s happened. The answer: Brexit, and apathy.
Keir Starmer’s party set out ‘new deal’ for sector – as figures show 6,000 farms have gone bust.
Wall-mounted bicycle storage firm Cycloc is to cease production, with its founder citing the impact of Brexit as one of the principal reasons for the decision.
Nearly three-quarters of UK firms say leaving the EU has affected them “very negatively”.
An award-winning Newcastle brewery has announced its closure - blaming "escalating energy costs", Brexit and health reasons.
Britain’s total number of licensed premises has fallen by nearly a third over the last two decades, according to new figures from trade body UKHospitality.
Black Hearted Press (BHP), which which was set up in 2011, became one of the countries leading publisher of comic books and graphic novels. It has now announced its sad closure.
A RENOWNED Scottish publishing house is winding down business due to the financial impact of Brexit and the Covid-19 pandemic.
The famed Le Gavroche in Mayfair became the latest victim of spiralling costs and labour shortages.
Le Gavroche was founded by Albert Roux and Michel Roux Snr in 1967.
Le Gavroche is a two Michelin-starred restaurant where Gordon Ramsay and Marco Pierre White earned their stripes. / “Brexit has put a huge spanner in the works in terms of supplies, staffing and costs.”
Jo Foster has asked her MP, Rishi Sunak, three times for help with her businesses struggling after Brexit. She told Politics Editor Ralph Blackburn he needs to face up to reality.
After transport firm Morgan McLernon confirmed proposals to shut its Lurgan site, a political row has arisen between the DUP and anti-Brexit parties Sinn Fein and the Alliance Party.
One of the world’s biggest carmakers has warned it may be forced to close its UK factories if the government can’t renegotiate part of the Brexit deal with the EU.
Rishi Sunak was told that “increased taxes, soaring costs, the impact of Brexit, difficulty finding staff, all combined with the fact that it was your government that crashed the economy” led to four businesses closing.
A long-standing independent shop has closed after more than 35 years.
Following distributors Moore and Large, and 2Pure, another UK bike company, FLi Distribution, has ceased trading this year. / In a post published yesterday on Linkedin with the words, "FLi is done", Williams writes, "If you voted for Brexit, please realise this is 90% because of your decision back in 2016."
Skiworld – the UK’s largest independent ski tour operator – has pulled out of much of its operation in Austria as a result of post-Brexit red tape, City A.M. has learnt. / “Austria is a nightmare. Thirty years of building up a programme of accommodation in Austria has pretty much been completely wiped,” Diane Palumbo.
...a combination of supply chain problems, Brexit, inflation and unseasonably warm weather ended with Hunter Boot going into administration, the UK’s version of bankruptcy.