Clare McAndrew's British Art Market in 2023 survey shows a growing gulf between UK and US art markets, prompting key players to lobby government.
The UK government needs to change post-Brexit visa rules in order to help firms overcome worsening labour shortages, UK lawmakers have said in a new report.
Brexit end of free movement causing labour shortage ‘shock’ but not wage growth, government advisors warn 13/12/2022
Vacancies in sectors most reliant on EU workers not translating into higher wages.
MEETINGS of key bodies set up to “smooth” the relationship between the EU and UK after Brexit are taking place “rarely”, a new research report has warned.
Of those who migrated to the UK in 2021, EU citizens accounted for just 5 per cent of the number of visas issued.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) and Food Standards Scotland (FSS) released the first of what will now be an annual report.
THE UK GOVERNMENT’S RESPONSE to Brexit and its failure to iron out key agreements after nearly a year outside the Single Market and Customs Union, are fuelling constant uncertainty over many aspects of health and social care in the UK, says a new report from the Nuffield Trust.
Report by the European Council on Foreign Relations says that more people see bloc as a key partner than the US.
The Brexit trade deal hailed as a £148 million boost to the UK fishing fleet over the next five years will instead punish the industry to the tune of more than £300m, a new report says.
Post-Brexit trade frictions have "significantly altered" freight traffic between Ireland and Britain and sparked a steep rise in volumes to and from Ireland and other European Union members, an Irish government agency report said on Thursday.
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland (ACNI) has published a report highlighting the implications for culture in Northern Ireland of the UK's withdrawal from the European Union (EU).
The homelessness sector must do more to stand up for homeless EU citizens’ rights, a new report from the human rights lawyers at Public Interest Law Centre have warned.
Farmers are rushing to diversify into new businesses in order to survive following Brexit and the loss of subsidies, a new report says.
The Scottish Government paper claims Brexit is damaging business, migration and devolution itself, with External Affairs Secretary Angus Robertson (below) insisting “Scotland has to consider its future path” when the coronavirus pandemic is over.
Report sets out the myriad ways ongoing discussions over Brexit climate and energy policy are affecting the UK's chances of meeting climate goals.
Close to 59 per cent fashion brands have said that Brexit has impacted their business since the end of the transition, as per a recent report. About 25 per cent of the brands surveyed said they have considered relocating all or part of their businesses and 91 per cent of them want a visa that allows creative access to EU countries cheaply and quickly.
Report finds almost two thirds of businesses have suffered from new EU import and export rules, while one in five companies have found it tougher to trade with Northern Ireland.
Released by DDC FPO, a global provider of business process outsourcing solutions for the freight transport and logistics industry, the research shows that 99% of respondents to DDC FPO’s survey are currently facing Brexit-related challenges – and worryingly, nearly 70% expect their operations to be negatively affected for more than 12 months.
Time-sensitive seafood exports have been hit hard as the fishing industry struggles to deal with long-winded paperwork and new rules
Over 150,000 people work in agriculture, and food and drink production in Ireland.
“This has placed British businesses at a competitive disadvantage and reduced the incentive on the European Commission to negotiate measures that would lessen the burdens facing British producers."
The European Movement has today published a report featuring real-life case studies of the human impact of Brexit. The report sets out ten of the biggest problems that have emerged since January 1, and what steps government should take to address the issues covered.
An act which saw the Welsh Government begin legal action against the UK Government “damaged relations” between them, a report has found.
Ministers have refused to sign safeguards, potentially spelling disaster for farmers after Brexit.
AN independent Scotland should set a target of four years to get the country back into the European Union, according to a major report being published today.