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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.
Goods across the entire UK will have the words ‘not for EU’ printed on their packaging as a consequence of Brexit, the foreign secretary has said.
There is uncertainty over whether new facilities will be built at Cairnryan Port to check goods coming from the Republic of Ireland and wider EU via Northern Ireland.
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.
Getting things to and from mainland UK has affected everyone living in Northern Ireland.
FORMER US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has highlighted the benefits of Northern Ireland’s access to both EU and UK markets.
You would think anyone about to make decisions affecting the future of entire nations would take the time to do the required reading. But in the case of former Brexit secretary Dominic Raab, this appears not to be the case.
The heads of two Stormont departments have described the delivery of British government funds that are designed to replace EU money after Brexit as "fragmented" and a "highly sub-optimal way to serve the people of Northern Ireland".
A NEW poll has found that a plurality of people in Northern Ireland expect a united Ireland in the next two decades.
The men behind Trussonomics and Brexit, the two great man-made catastrophes of recent years, are to be honoured for their ‘great work’.
The Westminster Government is set to make a funding announcement on Friday for Northern Ireland charities and community organisations facing a financial crisis. / At the end of this month, money from the European Social Fund (ESF) comes to an end due to Brexit.
Former US president Bill Clinton believes it is a "miracle" that the Good Friday Agreement survived the Brexit process.
In an interview to be broadcast on RTÉ's Prime Time, former US President Bill Clinton and former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will speak the impact Brexit has had on the Good Friday Agreement.
A new short film commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement has claimed that Brexit poses the biggest threat to peace in the North since the 1994 ceasefire.
AN organisation helping women access jobs and education in the north-west has said it is "devastated" after a failure by the British government to fully replace EU funding forced it to cut six of its staff.
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.
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.
Organisations who help people with disabilities to work warned as far back as 2019 there was a "lack of detail" about what would replace EU funding.
No unionist worthy of the name should contemplate returning to Stormont while the Brexit trading arrangements remain, Jim Allister has said.
There will be no renegotiating the new Brexit deal for Northern Ireland, says Chris Heaton-Harris.
Three-quarters of accountants here regard Brexit as a strongly negative influence on the economy, contributing to their highest level of concern since before the referendum.
Boris Johnson will be remembered as a “pound shop Nigel Farage” if he votes against Rishi Sunak’s Brexit deal, Steve Baker has said.
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.