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The 730 redundancies at a chicken processing plant could be the “first of many” such blows to the Welsh economy the Leader of Anglesey County Council has warned.
Brexit and inflation have been blamed as two of the key factors behind plans to close a poultry factory on Anglesey. ‌​‌‌​​​‌‍‌​‌​‌​​/ He said the company’s chief executive had cited Brexit and the impact on trading conditions as one of the main causes behind the factory’s potential closure. ‌​‌‌​​​‌‍‌​‌​‌​​​
Cemaes Community Interest Company (CIC) secured permission in 2018 to convert Capel Bethlehem into a holiday let, cinema and restaurant. / But now the site has gone on the market with estate agent Dafydd Hardy for £400,000. The CIC said grant funding of the scale required has been very difficult to source post Brexit and the pandemic.
There are fears that the cost of carrying out extra Brexit border checks may fall on island ratepayers unless more cash is forthcoming from central Government.
There are fears that the cost of carrying out extra Brexit border checks may fall on island ratepayers unless more cash is forthcoming from central government.
Anglesey voted by 50.9% for Brexit but the island’s councillors have been warned that the vote could result in choppy waters ahead including cuts to public services.
Plans for Holyhead port show "just how shambolic" UK ministers have been on Brexit, Wales' first minister has said.
Sites being acquired as part of efforts to avoid long lorry queues at ports such as Dover.
North Wales' tidal energy industry has received a £12.6m European Union boost.
Move by Japanese firm would be blow to UK plans to replace coal plants and ageing reactors. / The Japanese conglomerate Hitachi looks certain to cancel its plans for a £16bn nuclear power station in Wales, leaving Britain’s ambitions for a nuclear renaissance in tatters.