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The City of London was supposed to have been set free by Britain’s departure from the EU. That’s not how it’s turning out. / In a reversal of the roles they've been used to playing, Britain is demanding the EU toughen up rules, worried about the threat of another financial crisis.
Four years after the UK quit the EU, the first border controls on imports from the continent have been introduced, with more to follow.
Jersey's "reputation is being tarnished" due to Brexit-related trade delays, the owner of an oyster company has said.
Food businesses sending products to the EU have had to fork out an extra £170m in export costs because of Brexit red tape, with the changes described as being “catastrophic” for some exporters. / Data shows costs have contributed to value of meat exports falling by 17% since 2019.
As the impact of Brexit continues to be felt, we are starting to see what new rules on bringing young plants into the country will mean to our farmers and growers.
Channel Islands' farmers say they are frustrated that "layers of bureaucracy" and red tape post-Brexit are causing major challenges across the industry.
Giraffe Flowers in Manchester, northern England, is preparing for the annual Valentine's Day rush but florists fear that Brexit trade barriers will increasingly spell higher costs and delays for their business.
Businesses that make sporting goods, children’s toys, jewellery and medical goods have struggled the most with the border costs imposed by the UK’s decision to leave the EU.
Remember GDPR's Article 27? Well, you might have to after Brexit happens.
Brexit has caused a crisis for British manufacturers who export into Europe – and things could be about to get even worse...
While Rees-Mogg and Leadsom celebrate leaving the EU, a deli owner speaks out about the extra cost of red tape.
Scotland’s salmon sector has expressed frustration over the "painfully slow" implementation of measures to smooth trade flow and open new markets since Brexit.
Salmon Scotland, the trade body that represents the industry, has expressed its frustration over ongoing red tape which has now cost an estimated £12million extra since Brexit.
New post-Brexit border controls coming in from Wednesday could result in higher prices and delays in fresh goods coming in from the EU. / It means significant new red tape, and more money out of our pockets on products like cheese, fish, and flowers.
Guild of Fine Food fears European suppliers of specialist produce will stop supplying UK because of red tape.
Expense of fresh red tape on EU imports is simply ‘cost of doing business’, says Tory minister Andrea Leadsom.
Post-Brexit controls on food, plant and animal imports to Britain from the EU have come into force.
Just as food inflation finally slows, new border checks will make EU produce more expensive in our shops.
Ministers have today played down concerns that fresh post-Brexit red tape on food and drink imports will harm consumers. / The long-delayed new rules are part of the UK Government’s introduction of a series of checks that came into force today (January 31).
TORY MP Andrea Leadsom has been criticised for her comments as new fresh food and flower imports from the European Union are to be subject to next Brexit customs controls.
A Tory minister was left squirming over the extra costs being suffered by small businesses because of post-Brexit border checks.
Keir Starmer’s party set out ‘new deal’ for sector – as figures show 6,000 farms have gone bust.
A new survey by the British Chamber of Commerce's Insights Unit of 733 businesses (97% SMEs) shows the difficulties facing British firms in using the Trade and Co-operation Agreement (TCA) have not eased.
60% of UK exporters say selling to EU has become harder over past year – with more red tape to come.