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Two Lancashire district council leaders say their residents will be unimpressed with the county’s proposed devolution deal once it is implemented – in spite of the results of a consultation showing broad support amongst those who responded.
The Conservatives have broken their promise to match EU funding at £100 million a year, providing just £43 million.
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A Cornwall councillor has said the money the county council receives from the government to replace EU grants lost due to Brexit will run out in a month’s time.
Wales’ economy minister described replacement EU funding mechanisms as “chaotic and unwelcome” during a Senedd debate. / Vaughan Gething said the UK Government’s shared prosperity fund is smaller, less flexible and narrower in scope than the EU funding it replaces.
An EU fund, which was ended due to Brexit, provided "wide-ranging support" to marginalised people, a report has found.
Wales and Scotland say they are missing out on hundreds of millions in funding from not being part of the EU.
Post-Brexit alternatives to European funding for research and innovation must match previous sums. Without this vital cash, our universities will suffer a terrible blow, writes Paul Boyle.
Seven years since the referendum, how have the “promises” made by the most prominent Brexiteers panned out? Here’s a rundown of the 10 most spectacular untruths.
Welsh university bosses travel to Westminster on Wednesday to tell MPs that replacement European funding post-Brexit needs an "imaginative approach".
British and French housing associations trained residents to start their own business through the Increase Valorisation Sociale but its future is uncertain after the loss of EU funding.
Economy Minister Vaughan Gething has accused the UK Government of losing Wales millions of pounds and thousands of job opportunities through mismanagement of its own post-Brexit regional aid programme.
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".
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.
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.
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.
Both Blair and Marc spoke at an event held by East Belfast Mission to highlight the risks to groups which help disadvantaged, vulnerable and disabled people if European Social Funding is not replaced soon.
Community organisations in Northern Ireland have put 400 workers on notice of redundancy due to a lack of funding.
HUNDREDS of staff tasked with improving vulnerable people's employment prospects are to be laid off at the end of next month due to a funding shortage triggered by Brexit.
About 1,000 university research jobs are at risk unless the UK government urgently replaces European Union funding, bosses have warned.
Brexit barriers are having a significant impact on North East small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), hitting their exports as they struggle with regulations and red tape, a new report this week reveals. The region’s universities are another sector badly hit...
An organisation that carries out repairs and maintains paths across the Lake District National Park faces an uncertain future due to declining funding.
GROUPS helping some of Northern Ireland’s most vulnerable people will not know if their bids for new British Government funding have been approved until just days before their European Union funding runs out.
SNP ministers have clashed with their counterparts in London in a row over Levelling Up and a £300 million shortfall. / Richard Lochhead said the post-Brexit Shared Prosperity Fund (SPF) would deliver just £212m to projects north of the border over the next three years.
Doncaster Council has approved funding from a flagship government levelling up scheme, but Mayor Ros Jones says the amount is “tiny” compared to previous EU resources.