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Despite promises by the home secretary to make the route across the Channel "unviable", the number of people completing the crossing has reached record highs.
Article 49 of the Treaty on European Union establishes how a country can join the EU.
So what is the ECJ, what is its role in the protocol and what are the possible alternatives?
Seeing headlines about passports expiring after Brexit? Here are the rules as stated by the European Union, not the UK government. / Since Brexit, the rules on passport validity for British visitors to the European Union have tightened. But the UK government tells travellers the regulations are worse than they actually are.
Grant Shapps has announced policy aimed at foreign lorry drivers to help ease supply chain problems.
rish government figures come days after M&S says it is scrapping 800 lines due to ‘excessive paperwork’
About 30% of all the food we eat in the UK comes from the European Union, according to the British Retail Consortium (BRC) industry group.
JD Wetherspoon has become the latest victim of the supply chain crisis with bosses yesterday confirming a nationwide beer shortage due to a lack of delivery staff fuelled by Britain’s withdrawal from the EU.
The mobile operator Vodafone is following EE's lead by introducing extra charges for some of its customers using their phones in Europe from next year, after the UK left the EU.
Home Office figures caused speculation that number of Europeans in UK had been underestimated.
Trade secretary says government ‘absolutely’ wants to remove border checks agreed by Boris Johnson in Brexit deal.
How a referendum would be triggered and the options offered to voters are fraught with difficulty
From Welsh lamb to Scotch whisky and Stilton cheese, the protection of British geographical indications (GIs) are unlikely to cause any great headache after Brexit, although care will be needed when handling the issue in future trade talks.
Dairy shipments collapse by as much as 96 per cent. Experts say extra red tape and delays are to blame.
The EU has proposed to the UK that the EEAS will open an office in Belfast, in recognition of Northern Ireland’s unique position, but this proposal has reportedly been rejected by Whitehall.
The renewed tension in Northern Ireland could have far-reaching implications for the future of the United Kingdom - and post-Brexit relations with the EU.
Producers in Great Britain could once sell meat to EU customers as easily as they could at home. Since Brexit, exporters face a process of up to 26 steps, with every shipment logged in multiple databases and certified by reams of red tape. Here are all the hoops exporters must jump through
A Brexit deadline is looming that could see thousands of Britons who made EU countries their homes forced to return to the UK.
The volume of goods being ferried across the Irish Sea between Britain and Ireland has collapsed since the UK left the EU.
WHETHER OR NOT Ireland moves to hold a referendum on unity in the coming years, discussing how such a vote might happen is a useful exercise.
The tariffs on over half of products have changed, but the weighted average tariff on goods imported from ‘MFN’ countries has fallen only from 2.1% to 1.5% (excluding non ad-valorem tariffs). Given that any difference between the UK and EU tariffs may create administrative problems ... there is room to ask whether this has been a net gain.
Grace periods for implementing post-Brexit checks on goods going from Great Britain to Northern Ireland are at the centre of tensions between the EU and UK.