"Richard Tice should call in more often", Marina Purkiss said after watching the clip. / Reform Party leader Richard Tice phoned into a TV debate on Brexit only to get a humiliating dressing down by documentary maker, Caolan Robertson.
Aberdeen-headquartered TRAC International has said Brexit and inflation have led to heavy group losses led by its radio division.
As Tata Steel announced significant job losses in Port Talbot, Byline TV asked Carwyn Jones why it’s happened. The answer: Brexit, and apathy.
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.
Political row breaks out over Brexit as transport firm Morgan McLernon confirms proposals to close Lurgan site with 500 jobs at risk 10/08/2023
After transport firm Morgan McLernon confirmed proposals to shut its Lurgan site, a political row has arisen between the DUP and anti-Brexit parties Sinn Fein and the Alliance Party.
'500 jobs may go' as Lurgan haulier warns of 'unsustainable financial position' - and blames Brexit 09/08/2023
The boss of Morgan McLernon, a subsidiary of Culina Group and which has specialised in chilled and frozen food distribution for more than 40 years, has pinned much of the blame on the Brexit fall-out.
The UK used to be the obvious point of entry for art and antiquities coming into Europe. But then we ostracised ourselves.
Around 300 jobs at risk at Luton SKF factory as bearings manufacturer moves production to Europe 31/05/2023
About 300 jobs have been put at risk after a manufacturing firm announced plans to move production from the UK to Europe. / SKF has revealed plans to shut its plant in Luton and relocate manufacturing to its facility in Poznan in Poland.
British car factories will be forced to close with the loss of thousands of jobs if the UK government does not renegotiate its Brexit deal immediately, automaker Stellantis has warned.
Post-Brexit India deal could cut thousands of jobs in Leave-voting areas, and hike food prices 18/05/2023
British rice milling industry faces wipe-out from part of a trade deal being discussed with India. First proposed by Boris Johnson, it is also predicted to raise consumer food prices and break UK limits on pesticides.
Officials have been accused of been "asleep at the wheel" as looming new rules covering electric vehicles approach.
UK in talks with EU over softening Brexit trade rules after Vauxhall carmaker Stellantis warns of job losses 17/05/2023
Brussels unwilling to reopen the Brexit deal negotiated by Boris Johnson, but could consider ‘technical’ changes, i understands.
British car plants will close with the loss of thousands of jobs unless the Brexit deal is swiftly renegotiated, Stellantis has told the UK parliament, the latest in a series of warnings from the industry since the country left the European Union.
The UK is accused of being ‘asleep at the wheel’ when it comes to industrial policy around new electric car and battery tech.
The future of electric vehicle production in the UK is under threat unless the Government reworks the Brexit deal, Vauxhall parent Stellantis has warned.
Experts have warned that there is an "existential threat to the UK car industry" as manufacturers consider pulling out of the country.
Stellantis warns UK government that the fledging electric vehicle industry is being jeopardised by a new 10% tariff.
Vauxhall carmaker Stellantis warns of ‘significant job losses’ if Brexit deal is not amended 17/05/2023
Stellantis has committed to making electric vehicles in the UK but it is no longer able to meet Brexit trade rules on where parts are sourced.
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 men behind Trussonomics and Brexit, the two great man-made catastrophes of recent years, are to be honoured for their ‘great work’.
Derry Women's Centre 'devastated' at job losses caused by EU funding cuts caused by Brexit 02/04/2023
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.
Community organisations in Northern Ireland have put 400 workers on notice of redundancy due to a lack of funding.
Hundreds of community group staff facing redundancy due to funding shortage triggered by Brexit 09/02/2023
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.
Scottish retailer went into administration at the end of last year, after closing 47 shops in 2020.
Has the Brexit fishing promise come true? 06/02/2023
Even though fishing is a tiny part of the UK economy, it was a key issue in the Brexit campaign with promises to "take back control" of British waters. / At the end of 2020, Boris Johnson announced his new Brexit trade agreement with the EU, promising that "[we will] be able to catch and eat quite prodigious quantities of extra fish".