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Research also reveals EU remains ‘overwhelmingly dominant’ destination for UK manufacturing exports.
UK farming is facing an uncertain future, with the end of EU subsidies due to Brexit, followed by the impact of covid and lockdown.
Ben Houchen says the area will get more cash but Northern Powerhouse Partnership director Henri Murison says the mayor is 'double-counting' unspent EU cash
MULTI-MILLION cuts to regional funding intended to level up the country will have “catastrophic consequences” on the local economy, it has been warned.
Rishi Sunak's Spring Statement has failed to offer Yorkshire the same guarantee previously provided to Cornwall on the Government's flagship post-Brexit regional funding programme.
Pig farmers are in a “desperate” position – with culls of thousands of healthy animals and producers quitting the industry, they warned as a summit was held on the crisis.
Farmers have held a protest outside government offices in York over claims the pig industry is at risk of collapse.
Thousands of pig farmers say they are in ‘a living hell’ as a perfect storm of supply chain delays caused by COVID and a shortage of butchers has pushing their industry to the edge.
“We’ve also lost all the EU dentists with Brexit, and that’s made a big difference,” said Ms Naylor.
Sheffield companies are facing a ‘perfect storm of costs’ as they battle to keep the shelves stocked at Christmas.
A Sheffield supplements firm has spent £500,000 on a new base in the Netherlands to ensure it remains profitable ‘despite the challenges of Brexit’.
Grants given through the government’s Shared Prosperity Fund were supposed to match EU cash previously handed out to UK regions for development. In reality, the north is £1.65 billion down.
South Yorkshire to lose £900m and Tees Valley and Durham £750m, Michael Gove told – despite pledge to ‘match’ EU funds
A new report exposes in detail the impact that Brexit is having on businesses - with the effects getting worse over time, not better.
One Yorkshire farmer culled hundreds of piglets because of a processing backlog at local slaughterhouses.
With celebrations such as Bonfire Night, Diwali, New Year’s Eve, and Chinese New Year fast approaching, people are looking forward to celebrating the end of 2021 and a return to normal.
Kirklees council say the cost of the project has risen by £3m.
‘Red Wall’ and other poor parts of England will lose as much as £1 billion of development cash this year because of Brexit, dashing Boris Johnson’s pledge to “level up” Britain.
The North York Moors National Park Authority, which approved the world’s largest polyhalite mine development, is examining how it can meet tree planting targets to offset the development’s impact in the face of a national shortage of saplings.
Areas like South Yorkshire will see a cut in the amount of economic development support they receive in the coming years even if the Government matches the funding they were getting from the European Union before Brexit, academics have claimed.
It started from the rich and interwoven history of textiles in Yorkshire from the 18th century, when the region stood at the forefront with its countless cotton and wool mills.
The sea of opportunity that Brexit was supposed to deliver has certainly dried up for Yorkshire’s fishermen. News that the UK and Norway have failed to reach a fishing deal for this year means boats like the Hull-based Kirkella remain tied up, possibly for good.
A new report from the Mid Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce highlights significant challenges continuing to face firms 100 days on from Brexit as they struggle to adjust to new trading arrangements.
A Yorkshire retailer is facing potential losses of £100,000 owing to missing stock.
Brexit-related issues are causing disruption for SME manufacturers in Yorkshire and the Humber, according to a new report.