Alex Salmond opens second line of attack on Nicola Sturgeon!Pro-UK Scots will be cheering Alex Salmond on over the next couple of days - something a few months ago no-one would have believed they'd ever see.Jeff Taylor Shared .
Britons living in Spain faced with post-Brexit realityBritons are advised to register for healthcare as residents in Spain and have until June 30, 2021 to change their driving licences to Spanish ones.Euronews Shared .
Medical Device Regulations and BrexitRegulation 2020/561 was passed by the EU in April last year to take account of issues raised by the COVID-19 pandemic and to defer the date of application of certain provisions of Regulation 2017/745 MDR by one year.The National Law Review Shared .
Scottish independence support sliding into collapse says new poll!And that could be driven by the way that the main campaigner for independence, the Scottish National Party , has been shown to be incapable of governing a devolved administration, let a lone a sovereign independent nation.Jeff Taylor Shared .
EU centralised health service? Ask the SNP and Rejoiners about this!Well nothing could be further from the truth, especially as we have those pushing for us to Rejoin the bloc as well as separatists in Scotland looking to break up the UK with the aim of them becoming a member of the EU as a newly independent country.Jeff Taylor Shared .
Mind your language! Experts urge Brussels to create new 'Euro-English' for post-Brexit EUENGLISH could be phased out in the EU and replaced with a new Euro-language as the bloc tries to reposition itself in the wake of Britain's departure.Express.co.uk Shared .
Michael Gove sparks outrage after 'jettisoning' Brexit trade deal promise for UK fishermenOn Christmas Eve, Prime Minister Boris Johnson secured a zero-tariffs trade agreement with the European Union, days before the end of the transition period.Express.co.uk Shared .
Don't need EU! German MEP hails Brexit Britain's vaccine victory 'free of Brussels chains'A GERMAN MEP has broken ranks by heaping praise on Brexit Britain's vaccine rollout and has launched an astonishing attack on the chaotic programme being operated in the European Union.Express.co.uk Shared .
As homeowners in Spain we worry Brexit has ruined the expat reputationBritons are no longer eligible to stay in EU countries for more than 90 days during a 180-day period, even if they own a home.Metro Shared .
Not due to Brexit! Remoaner Blair says UK vaccine victory not related to being outside EUTONY Blair has dismissed the idea that the UK's fast vaccine rollout is because of Brexit, stating that 'we could have done this inside Europe'.Express.co.uk Shared .
Brexiters buy KGB artefacts for ‘museum of communist terror'Portrait of Lenin and spy tools among items snapped up at auction by group planning UK exhibition.The Guardian Shared .
Brexit: Minister lacks 'authority' to halt work at NI border postsSinn Féin's Chris Hazzard said the executive has collective legal responsibility to implement the NI Protocol.BBC Shared .
The battle to deliver Brexit is over, the battle to justify it has just begunBoris Johnson has delivered Brexit. That's it, pack up your bags, we can finally stop talking about it.The Scotsman Shared .
Subscribe to readNews, analysis and comment from the Financial Times, the worldʼs leading global business publication.Financial Times Shared .
Setting the Bar for The Integrated Defence and Security Review Next MonthWe are in two Cold Wars simultaneously: with Russia and with the PRC. But it becomes clearer by the day that of these, the unveiling of Communist Chinaâs hostility to the Free World and our way of life has been the most important event of the pandemic year.Briefings For Brexit Shared .
Theatre designer warns of obstacles for arts workers in Europe post-BrexitAndrew Edwards urges government in open letter to reopen talks to renegotiate an EU-wide visa system for arts workers.The Guardian Shared .
Nicky Campbell's BBC work left him unsurprised at Brexit vote a but wife was stunnedNICKY CAMPBELL claimed his work at BBC Radio 5 Live meant he was not at all surprised when the UK voted to leave the EU - although he hinted it completely stunned his wife.Express.co.uk Shared .
Brexit LIVE: Fury as Brussels 'plays hardball' in new export revenge plot a firms crippledThe EU is said to have banned the import of plants that have grown in British soil in what is likely to be a devastating hit to the British horticulture industry that is now facing losing millions of pounds.Express.co.uk Shared .
Michael Gove sparks outrage after 'jettisoning' Brexit trade deal promise for UK fishermenBlack Wednesday: Kenneth Clarke recalls waiting for ERM exit Former Home Secretary Kenneth Clarke recalls the events of Black Wednesday in 1992 and how the collapse of sterling forced Britain's exit from the European Exchange Rate Mechanism.MSN Shared .
Don't need EU! German MEP hails Brexit Britain's vaccine victory 'free of Brussels chains'A GERMAN MEP has broken ranks by heaping praise on Brexit Britain's vaccine rollout and has launched an astonishing attack on the chaotic programme being operated in the European Union.MSN Shared .
Are Brexit warnings from JP Morgan, Lush and Siemens coming true?Major Dorset employers such as JP Morgan, Lush and Siemens warned of the consequences of a vote to leave the European Union.Bournemouth Echo Shared .
Stormont minister lacks authority to halt Brexit construction work a Sinn FeinThe decision of Northern Ireland’s Agriculture Minister to halt the construction of port inspection facilities was a and stunt”, a Sinn Fein MP has said.Belfasttelegraph Shared .
The battle to deliver Brexit is over, the battle to justify it has just begunBoris Johnson has delivered Brexit. That's it, pack up your bags, we can finally stop talking about it.MSN Shared .
Theatre designer warns of obstacles for arts workers in Europe post-BrexitA British opera and theatre designer has told of an "intimidating" post Brexit experience in Schiphol airport in Amsterdam which nearly cost him his first paid job since the pandemic started a year ago.MSN Shared .
Michael Gove feels the heat as firms spell out unvarnished truth about BrexitLast Thursday, Michael Gove chaired his final behind-closed-doors video call with small and medium-sized business owners, ranging from children's toy makers to packaging companies, to hear the unvarnished truth about their post-Brexit problems.The Sunday Times Shared .
Your parcel is in the post… for two months, thanks to BrexitParcels posted to and from Europe are taking as long as two months to arrive, with delivery companies blaming Brexit.The Sunday Times Shared .
Brexit trade war: Frost prepares to ban EU's bottled water as tensions threaten to explodeA BAN on bottled water from Europe could be at the centre of a trade war with the EU initiated by Brussels attempts to punish Britain for Brexit.Express.co.uk Shared .
'Give it a rest! ' Brexit-hater Femi blasted for calling plan to help fishermen 'pathetic'BREXIT-HATER Femi Oluwole has come under vicious attack from Brexiteers after describing a plan to help UK fishermen thrive as 'pathetic'.Express.co.uk Shared .
Speaking freely about free speechMichelle Donelan, Universities Minister, joins Christopher Hope to talk about whether students are getting value for money at the moment and how remote learning could make higher education more accessible.Chopper's Brexit Podcast Shared .
Keir Starmer showed great promise, but Labour won't win without some policiesHe has failed to hold the Tories to account on Brexit, and seems content to merely tread water in attracting voters.The Guardian Shared .
Femi Oluwole faces backlash over claim fishermen becoming ALCOHOLICS due to BrexitFEMI OLUWOLE has been met with a fierce backlash after claiming that fishermen have become alcoholics due to Brexit ruining their industry.Express.co.uk Shared .
Brexit news: Britons react with fury after Joe Biden puts brakes on post-Brexit trade dealBRITONS have reacted with fury after Joe Biden's new White House administration warned it would review post-Brexit trade deal negotiations with the UK.Express.co.uk Shared .
Brexit boom! Rishi Sunak set to announce huge Budget boost for British businessesRISHI SUNAK is expected to earmark billions of pounds to underpin a new UK Infrastructure Bank when he delivers his first post-Brexit budget next week.Express.co.uk Shared .
UK rejects EU attempt at Brexit 'Reset'!The EU has been talking about having a Brexit relations reset with the UK involving a warm shaking of hands and celebrations when the Trade and Cooperation Agreement is finally fully ratified at the and of April.Jeff Taylor Shared .
'It's a CON! ' Britons react with fury after Biden puts brakes on post-Brexit trade dealBRITONS have reacted with fury after Joe Biden's new White House administration warned it would review post-Brexit trade deal negotiations with the UK.MSN Shared .
Femi Oluwole squirms as he tries to defend EU vaccine chaos: 'Germany is jealous of us! 'PRO-EU campaigner Femi Oluwole has struggled to defend Brussels' vaccine rollout scheme, as he insisted that the vaccination differences between the UK and the EU are not linked to Brexit.Express.co.uk Shared .
Brexit trade war: Frost prepares to ban EU's bottled water as tensions threaten to explodeA BAN on bottled water from Europe could be at the centre of a trade war with the EU initiated by Brussels attempts to punish Britain for Brexit.MSN Shared .
'Give it a rest! ' Brexit-hater Femi blasted for calling plan to help fishermen 'pathetic'BREXIT-HATER Femi Oluwole has come under vicious attack from Brexiteers after describing a plan to help UK fishermen thrive as "pathetic".MSN Shared .
Femi Oluwole faces backlash over claim fishermen becoming ALCOHOLICS due to BrexitFEMI OLUWOLE has been met with a fierce backlash after claiming that fishermen have become alcoholics due to Brexit ruining their industry.MSN Shared .
Can the ERG Threaten the Northern Ireland Protocol?The pro-brexit ERG group of Conservatives MPs are giving the impression that they are trying to force the government to unilaterally abolish the Northern Ireland Protocol.A Different Bias Shared .
‘Brexit has been a success' France expert says ‘Britain is in better position than Europe'Mr Roche, who writes for the French weekly Le Point, said that Britain can expect its economy to bounce back while the EU could languish until the end of the year.Express.co.uk Shared .
Brexit ReliefOn 31 January 2020, the UK formally left the European Union. At the time, I wrote a piece on my Facebook page reflecting on the long and tortuous journey from the Referendum in 2016 through the transition period and onwards to the date of leaving and into the future.A View From The Cottage Shared .
How is Brexit for you?A couple of months after Britain finally took its great leap into the unknown, many businesses are still waiting to see where they will land.Prospect Magazine Shared .
Brexit adds to perfect storm for UK companies, but government can help by supporting innovation"Companies are borderless," said Mark Duxon, chief executive of Transpharmation, a contract research organization that has now added a Polish site to its.The Pharma Letter Shared .
Letter: 'I hope Pembrokeshire Brexit-leavers are happy with themselves'I hope that all the population of west Wales, especially Pembrokshire, that voted to leave the EU are now very happy with themselves.Western Telegraph Shared .
EU used Sturgeon's independence bid to 'destabilise' Brexit Britain: 'Despicable! 'THE EU used Nicola Sturgeon's Scottish independence bid in order to destabilise Brexit Britain after the 2016 EU referendum, MEPs have told Express.co.uk.Express.co.uk Shared .
Brexit latest: Brussels rages at Frost 'confrontational' styleBRUSSELS' chiefs have lashed out at Lord David Frost ahead of crunch Brexit talks next week as relations between the two sides threaten to break down.Express.co.uk Shared .
Four Brexit red tape horror storiesBrexit correspondent Lisa O'Carroll distils a few of the post-exit bumps facing individual British firms that she has investigated for the Guardian.Prospect Magazine Shared .
Brexit: Foster accused of ‘legitimising' loyalist paramilitaries with Protocol meetingEveryone in Northern Ireland should have an equal voice and right to be heard. However, this must not be channelled through illegal paramilitary organisations.""The London Economic Shared .
Minister slammed for halting construction work on Brexit inspection posts at NI portsThe Protocol is a consequence of Brexit. The DUP championed Brexit and must own the consequences.The London Economic Shared .
Post-Brexit crossroads: Decision time for the EU and UKJust two months into Brexit, the EU-UK relationship is already facing a crossroads. Ahead lies either a relationship of perpetual tension, or a new and fruitful era of cooperation and friendship.RTE.ie Shared .
Boris Johnson's ‘awful' Brexit deal to create ‘culture of failure' for coastal communitiesBORIS JOHNSON's post-Brexit trade deal with the European Union has been slammed as "awful" for setting UK coastal communities up for a "culture of failure".Express.co.uk Shared .
EU's 'devastating' Brexit export ban cripples UK fishing industry a Boris urged to act NOWA SEAFOOD exporter has warned she will be forced to pack up her business after 30 years if the EU's ban on live shellfish exports from the UK is not lifted soon.Express.co.uk Shared .
The Falklands: Failed by Brexit. Opinion Struan StevensonALMOST four decades on from the end of the Falklands War, another serious threat is troubling its 3,400 population.HeraldScotland Shared .
ABrexit has been a success' France expert says aBritain is in better position than Europe'Derby report racist abuse of Colin Kazim-Richards after Nottingham Forest clash.MSN Shared .
Brexit fishing OUTRAGE: Brexiteer shames Boris's dealA LEADING Brexiteer has lashed out at Boris Johnson's fishing deal with the European Union ahead of crunch Brexit talks next week.MSN Shared .
British musicians warn of devastating impact of new Brexit rulesOfficial site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons.The Week Shared .
Brexit means and Euro-English?An academic argues its time for the EU to develop its own version of the language of Shakespeare.Politico Shared .
Oh dear, Ursula! MEP admits Swexit may be on the table after BrexitBRUSSELS may well be under threat from losing another member state after one MEP admitted cracks in the European Union "will come eventually".MSN Shared .
Brexit: Why Irish freight trade is avoiding BritainNearly two months after Great Britain left the EU single market and customs union, the volume of freight being shipped across the Irish Sea from the Republic of Ireland to GB is still down significantly, raising further questions about government claims that trading volumes are returning to normal.BBC Shared .
EU used Sturgeon's independence bid to 'destabilise' Brexit Britain: 'Despicable! 'THE EU used Nicola Sturgeon's Scottish independence bid in order to destabilise Brexit Britain after the 2016 EU referendum, MEPs have told Express.co.uk.MSN Shared .
What impact does the Brexit trade agreement have on Agriculture?Analysis from Bidwell's Environment Partner Ian Ashbridge outlines the impact that the UK's Free Trade Agreement with the EU has on agriculture.The Cattle Site Shared .
No chance! Boris to snub EU's 'reset' offer until UK is treated as 'sovereign equal'BRITAIN will reject European Union attempts to trigger 'major reset' of their relationship after a number of post-Brexit spats.Express.co.uk Shared .
Boris attacked for letting down UK fishermen in Brexit ‘disaster'BORIS JOHNSON has let down Britain's fishermen with a post-Brexit trade deal which is nothing less than a 'disaster' for the industry, a former Brexit Party MEP has said.Express.co.uk Shared .
Salmond SpeaksFormer First Minister Alex Salmond gives evidence to the committee investigating the Scottish government's mishandling of complaints against him.BrexitCast Shared .
Construction of post-Brexit inspection facilities halted in Northern IrelandOther members of the coalition executive in Northern Ireland have called for an emergency meeting.Sky News Shared .
Evolution of fintechs prevents Brexit headachesThere had been fears that Brexit would see the swift decline of London as a prominent fintech hub.Bobsguide Shared .
Brexit means and Euro-English?An academic argues its time for the EU to develop its own version of the language of Shakespeare.POLITICO Shared .
Brexit: DUP agriculture minister orders Brexit check construction haltGordon Lyons says he is responding to "practical difficulties" caused by the NI Protocol.BBC Shared .
DUP minister orders halt to construction of inspection facilities for post-Brexit checksGordon Lyons ordered end to charges levied at ports on traders bringing goods into North.The Irish Times Shared .
UK REACH regulation guidance for post-Brexit trade from Ready for BrexitUK REACH regulation post-Brexit - significant impact on the long term attractiveness of UK chemical industry and downstream sectors.Ready For Brexit Shared .
Northern Ireland halts construction of inspection facilities for post-Brexit checksAgriculture minister issues order citing âpractical difficultiesâ caused by the Northern Ireland protocol.POLITICO Shared .
Let's Speak EuropeanWe can be forgiven if weâre not up to speed on our European Union institutions, norms and catch-phrases.Frances Fahy Writings Shared .
Support schemes not alleviating Brexit pressuresSupport provided by the UK Government through the extension of the furlough scheme has enabled many companies to retain key skills and offset losses, says trade group Scottish Engineering.Daily Business Shared .
French MEP refuses to speak English!"Absolutely, I am a member of this Parliament, but I'm French, so I am defending the French and I will speak French."Jeff Taylor Shared .
Rebuttal: Global Britain in Higher EducationAs the article notes, the main reason for this fall in EU numbers is their new liability for international student fees and their ineligibility for UK tuition fee loans.Â From the point of view of disappointed EU students, it is doubtless a shame that many will be unable to access the benefits of British higher education, but thereâs no...Briefings For Brexit Shared .
The EU will choke off Europe's recoveryEuropean states are being offered a pittance in exchange for giving up even more power to the EU.Briefings For Brexit Shared .
Time to deliver! Boris urged to slash EU red tape to unleash Brexit Britain Covid recoveryBRITAIN must relentlessly hack through EU red tape if it is to secure the nation's economic recovery once the coronavirus pandemic subsides, a UK think tank chief has warned.Express.co.uk Shared .
EUNow one of the main EU concerns it seems is the status of the EU ambassador to London.Jeff Taylor Shared .
London is the Number One City!Then there's Economic impact: with median household income being a main factor, as is the city's GDP and retail sales.Jeff Taylor Shared .
Why people vote like fucking idiotsBut still, even then, why would a turkey vote for Christmas? I can only assume it is because they don't like being told that they are voting for Christmas, and want to do it just out of spite, to show that they can make their own choice.R2030 - In Hope Of A Better Decade Shared .
EU warned Brexit 'could be tremendous' and make Czexit calls 'more attractive'THE EU was warned that the consequences of a Brexit vote 'could be tremendous', as it may inspire more nations to leave the bloc, the former Prime Minister of the Czech Republic said.Express.co.uk Shared .
Tell us if you think Cornwall workers will be hit by Brexit changesIs it possible to live off the minimum wage in Cornwall?CornwallLive Shared .
Brexit fishing row: Simple solution that bypasses EU proposed by Le Pen's adviserBREXIT tensions have once again flared up over fishing - but a solution suggested by Marine Le Pen's special adviser, which bypasses the EU, could help calm the waters.Express.co.uk Shared .
Peace is Every StepRecently, I have been reading a lot of philosophy and have been particularly absorbed in the writing of the Buddhist monk Thich Naht Hanh.Live Many Lives Shared .
UK marketers brace for full force of BrexitFew are expecting Brexit to have any positive effect, but marketing functions do at least appear to be afforded greater importance within an organisation and spend is set to increase in 2021.Marketing Week Shared .
Tony Blair: UK's fast vaccine rollout is no Brexit dividendFormer prime minister says UK could have achieved fast rollout within the EU.POLITICO Shared .
Brexit: A winning strategy should concentrate on co-operation with Europe rather than contretemps, says Gordon DownieGordon Downie of Shepherd and Wedderburn's Brexit Advisers Group says that the strategy from now on should concentrate on co-operation rather than a series of contretemps.The Scotsman Shared .
Back off, Brussels! Minister halts work on post-Brexit checkpoints in defiance of EUCONSTRUCTION work on controversial post-Brexit checkpoints in Northern Ireland has been halted in defiance of Brussels, in a clear signal of rising frustration with rules governing the transport of goods to and from the British mainland.MSN Shared .
Brexit LIVE: Biden slams breaks on post-Brexit US trade dealBORIS Johnson has been dealt a major blow on the prospect of a US post-Brexit trade deal.MSN Shared .
Are expats worthwhile clients in a post-Brexit world?We rarely come across advisers who actively seek clients in the EU, but that doesn't mean some advisers don't inherit a few.Money Marketing Shared .
Brexit U-turn: Airbus 'very committed' to UK headquarters as EU snubbed a major jobs boostDESPITE a fall in passenger plane deliveries and a £950million loss, Airbus has backed its UK operations following the Brexit trade deal.Express.co.uk Shared .
Brexit: DUP orders halt to construction of permanent food import inspection posts in Northern IrelandNorthern Ireland's agriculture minister has ordered officials to stop construction of permanent facilities for post-Brexit checks on agri-food goods arriving from Great Britain.MSN Shared .
EU finance deal may follow US model in blow to Brexit optimistsLobbyists in the City with knowledge of the talks are sceptical — calling such a model the 'lowest possible version' of a future UK-EU framework.Private Equity News Shared .
Northern Ireland 'hamstrung' by Brexit, which may threaten quality of lifeBrexit has hamstrung Northern Ireland, with its unfettered access to Great Britain reduced and a fix potentially months away as business waits on the UK government to supply accurate data.The Loadstar Shared .
'Lying is no longer a sin': former French ambassador on Brexit and Boris JohnsonExclusive: Sylvie Bermann, who has written book in attempt to understand Brexit, says question of Britains identity was key.The Guardian Shared .
Boris attacked for letting down UK fishermen in Brexit adisaster'BORIS JOHNSON has let down Britain's fishermen with a post-Brexit trade deal which is nothing less than a "disaster" for the industry, a former Brexit Party MEP has said.MSN Shared .
Brexit: Fishing deal slammed by Habib and MummeryVideo updates on the latest news, including politics, sport, finance and showbiz. Plus the most weird and wonderful viral videos the internet has to offer.Express.co.uk Shared .
Launch event: 'UK regulation after Brexit' reportUK in a Changing Europe Shared .
Brexit: How UK could keep its fintech 'crown' according to reportLondon The United Kingdom should introduce special visas and overhaul its stock market rules to allow entrepreneurs to keep control of their companies if it wants to remain competitive in financial technology after Brexit.CNN Shared .
UK urged to change stock market rules to boost fintech sector post-BrexitThe government has been urged to set up a £1bn startup investment fund, introduce special fast-track visas to draw global talent and change the UK's stock market listing rules to protect and grow Britain's financial technology sector post-Brexit.The Guardian Shared .
Seafood Sector Taskforce launched in wake of BrexitThere has been a guarded welcome to a Seafood Sector Taskforce set up by Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue, in the wake of Brexit to make recommendations on measures to mitigate the impacts of fish quota cuts on the Irish fishing industry and on coastal communities.RTE.ie Shared .
Brexit: Northern Ireland halts construction of import inspection facilitiesOther members of the coalition executive in Northern Ireland have called for an emergency meeting.Sky News Shared .
ERG Attacking Brexit Treaty AgainThe pro-brexit ERG group of Conservative MPs have stepped up their attempts to abolish the Northern Ireland Protocol with a childish report giving false facts about the treaty, as well as unlawful suggestions as to how to replace.A Different Bias Shared .
David Attenborough laid into ‘irritating and interfering EU' in rare Brexit interventionSIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH revealed that he understood Brexiteers' complaints over the European Union 'interfering with people's lives' as he claimed the bloc 'irritated' British voters.Express.co.uk Shared .
Brexit bites British zoos' conservation effortsPaperwork for animal transfers has vanished, according to zoo officials.POLITICO Shared .
DUP minister seeks to halt to work on post-Brexit border control posts in Northern Ireland portsMr Lyons cited the âpractical difficultiesâ caused by the Northern Ireland protocol, which his party has called to be torn up, citing looming uncertainty over the movement of goods.MSN Shared .
Brexit bites British zoos' conservation effortsPaperwork for animal transfers has vanished, according to zoo officials.Politico Shared .
Now That a Brexit Deal is Done, What's Next for the UK Channel?Geoffrey Shepstone of TBI says the long-term impact of working from home under COVID-19 will do much to reshape the U.K. workplace.Channel Futures Shared .
Lies, Damn Lies and StatisticsCan statistics lie? In this blog post I want to try and carefully discuss some of the issues wrapped up in the title.Centre For Brexit Studies Blog Shared .
Tory Ruth Davidson tears into Nicola Sturgeon!During a heated Holyrood session, the leader of the Tories in Holyrood, Ruth Davidson, basically told the First Minister and leader of the SNP, Nicola Sturgeon, that she was causing damage to the Scottish Government, Parliament and institutions to save her own skin.Jeff Taylor Shared .
Mark Dayan: Will Brexit mark an end to the UK's scientific successes?Mark Dayan looks at the impact Brexit is having on the UK medicines, medical devices, and life sciences industries After almost 50 years as part of a European market, the More...Brexit - The BMJ Shared .
Coronavirus and the EU's 'Triple Crisis'Law, Politics and Sociology in Brexit, COVID-19, European politics February 26, 2021February 26, 2021 1,159 Words.LaPSe Of Reason Shared .
Brits in France: Living with BrexitSome decided to acquire French nationality, others moved their businesses or their family from the #UKâ to #Europeâ.France 24 Shared .
Brexit deal has created biggest trade area in WORLD says Italian Ambassador to LondonPrime Minister Boris Johnson signed a Brexit trade deal with the European Union back in December and as of January 1, the UK left the Single Market and free movement stopped.Express.co.uk Shared .
Reform listings rules to boost UK fintech post-Brexit: Kalifa reviewBritain is one of the leading players in fintech globally, attracting $4.1 billion in venture capital investment last year.CNBC Shared .
EU and U.K. Nearing First, Small Step for Post-Brexit FinanceBritain and the European Union are nearing agreement on how to cooperate on financial market rules - a first, limited step toward working together after Brexit.Bloomberg.com Shared .
Rishi Sunak considers revival of great British pubs as Brexit allows A£150m boostRISHI SUNAK is considering a revival of the great British pubs in his Budget - as if he takes advantage of Brexit, pubs and breweries could be given a £130million boost.Express.co.uk Shared .
Finance: The tangible benefits of BrexitLondon is, unsurprisingly, struggling to embrace Brexit. Its advocates say the City just needs to try harder.Euromoney Shared .
Brexit Has Caused Unpredictable Damage to Creative Sector Worth A£784 Million, UK Artists SayThe United Kingdom creative industry risks losing millions in 2021 after the Government failed to reach an agreement with the European Union for artists to continue performing visa-free in the block.SchengenVisaInfo.com Shared .
ShipStation's Guide to Brexit ShippingToday, Andrew Norman, Managing Director, ShipStation International, talks Brexit shipping, looks at what we've learned so far, and in plain speaking English sets out what you need to know to ensure your parcels get delivered.Tamebay Shared .
They still need us! EU Army plans dashed as bloc scrambles to replace British soldiersTHE EU is scrambling to find new soldiers to replace the UK armed forces taking part in one of its major international military operations.Express.co.uk Shared .
Brexit fishing row: Simple solution that bypasses EU proposed by Le Pen's adviserBREXIT tensions have once again flared up over fishing - but a solution suggested by Marine Le Pen's special adviser, which bypasses the EU, could help calm the waters.MSN Shared .
Factbox: Keeping fintech in Britain fit after BrexitA review of financial technology firms chaired by former Worldpay CEO Ron Kalifa has set out recommendations for government and private sector action to keep the UK competitive, after Brexit left fintechs in Britain adrift from the European Union single market.DIGICOUNTZ Shared .
Britain sets out blueprint for fintech after BrexitBrexit, COVID-19 and overseas competition are challenging fintechâs future, and Britain should act to stay competitive for the sector, a government-backed review said on Friday.DIGICOUNTZ Shared .
Brexit LIVE: EU plots 'major reset' with UKTHE EU is preparing to 'reset' relations with the UK in a bid to avoid Brexit tensions boiling over, with Brussels finally accepting it must fix some of the issues surrounding the trade agreement.Express.co.uk Shared .
Call for 'urgent' action as Brexit fallout dents Scotland's engineering sectorScotland's engineering sector is being battered by Brexit fallout and "urgent" action is required to avoid further damage, industry leaders warned today.The Scotsman Shared .
MSPs told 'no winners in Brexit' as MEP says UK has to adapt to third country statusThe UK and EU must stick to the terms of the negotiated trade agreement, MSPs have been told, if issues with exports are to be resolved.The Scotsman Shared .
Can Brexit fix adviser regulation?In her speech concluding the Brexit negotiations, EU Commission president Ursula von der Leyen quoted TS Eliot: "What we call the beginning is often the end."Money Marketing Shared .
Most British voters want Brexit compromise, but Tories don'tAs the pressure on the prime minister mounts, Â the results of an exclusive poll for POLITICO by the consultancy Hanbury StrategyÂ show that while the public as a whole wants decision-making powers returned to Westminster after Brexit â rather than accepting "rule taker" status â it opposes leaving without a deal and supports...POLITICO Shared .
More Brexit Panic for the Bank of EnglandAfter the initial panic at the realisation that the EU are not going to be granting widespread equivalence for financial services, there seems to be some desperation from the governor, Andrew Bailey, about the potential loss of up to 89 trillion pounds worth of European derivatives from the City of London.A Different Bias Shared .
Brexit's impact on Lowestoft's fishing industryBrexit and fishing has been a huge sticking point for coastal towns like Lowestoft. The debate over fishing rights between the UK and...Eastern Daily Press Shared .
A farewell to Richard, the Brexit 'Green Dividend', and Dilyn the Dog's Hall of Fame inductionThey are joined by University of East Anglia and Extinction Rebellion spokesperson Rupert Read on how Brexit could deliver a "Green dividend" for the UK economy.The New European Brexit Podcast Shared .
Huge scale of Brexit woe flagged by Scottish Engineering chiefEngineering companies operating in Scotland have flagged major detrimental impacts of Brexit on their exports to the EU Picture: Gareth Fuller/PA.HeraldScotland Shared .
Wetherspoons Pubs Try to Survive Amid Covid, BrexitTim Martin, founder of Wetherspoons, infamously told his furloughed workers that supermarkets were hiring. Can his ubiquitous pubs survive Covid?Bloomberg.com Shared .
Festival of Brexit misguided, divisive and wasteful120,000,000 is to be spent on celebrating a failed project that has ruined many lives and threatens the existence of the UK itself.R2030 - In Hope Of A Better Decade Shared .
Labour's Brexit trauma may have only just begunKeir Starmer is desperate for Brexit to be done. To that end, he whipped his MPs to vote for the Boris Brexit deal at the end of last year, fearing that to do otherwise would be to prolong Labour's long running agony on the subject.Nick Tyrone Shared .
Britain sets out blueprint for fintech after BrexitBrexit, COVID-19 and overseas competition are challenging fintech's future, and Britain should act to stay competitive for the sector, a government-backed review said on Friday.U.S. Shared .
Crocus PocusIs Boris Johnson's slow-burn unlocking actually - shock - the right thing to do? Will he be led by data, dates, deaths or whatever the CRG shouts at him?Remainiacs - The Brexit Podcast Shared .
France Aims to Exploit Brexit to Grab More British Finance JobsAs Emmanuel Macron gears up for an election in just over a year, the presidentâs trusted aide is mounting attacks on his rivals.Bloomberg.com Shared .
EU and U.K. Nearing First, Small Step For Post-Brexit FinanceBloomberg) - Britain and the European Union are nearing agreement on how to cooperate on financial market rules - a first, limited step toward working together after Brexit.MSN Shared .
Brexit fallout, follies and fairiesDont ask David Cameron about Brexit and dont ask Boris Johnson to come up with a plan.POLITICO Shared .
Brexit red tape puts brakes on Bullet Express exportsWhile the vaccine may soon provide a viable route out of lockdown, for hauliers such as Bullet Express any optimism is tempered by the continuing...HeraldScotland Shared .
Is this the worst year ever for the UK music industry?Guardian music writer Laura Snapes, singer-songwriter Arlo Parks and musician Nitin Sawhney discuss the impact that Covid, Brexit and the ‘streaming economy' are having on the sector.The Guardian Shared .
Brexit deal has created biggest trade area in WORLD says Italian Ambassador to LondonJacinda Ardern launches project to save one of worldâs most endangered dolphin species.MSN Shared .
Rishi Sunak considers revival of great British pubs as Brexit allows A£150m boostRISHI SUNAK is considering a revival of the great British pubs in his Budget - as if he takes advantage of Brexit, pubs and breweries could be given a Â£130million boost.MSN Shared .
Johnson to launch 'buy British fish' campaign to help offset Post-Brexit disruption"No amount of top spin from the prime minister" would make the problems facing the industry go away, Labour said in response.The London Economic Shared .
Britain sets out blueprint to keep fintech 'crown' after BrexitBrexit, COVID-19 and overseas competition are challenging fintech's future in Britain and the country should act to stay competitive, a government-backed review said on Friday.U.S. Shared .
To avoid Brexit bumps, the devil's in the detailWander through the mathematics section of London's Science Museum or, such are the times, visit virtually and you'll come across a large contraption called the Moniac.The Times Shared .
Biden could pull rug from under UK's post-Brexit trade dream as US has 'ruthless' recordJOE BIDEN might not act in the interests of Britain if a post-Brexit trade deal is struck between London and Washington - as throughout history, the US has proved to be a ruthless negotiator where its economic interests are involved.MSN Shared .
Brexit LIVE: EU plots 'major reset' with UKTHE EU is preparing to "reset" relations with the UK in a bid to avoid Brexit tensions boiling over, with Brussels finally accepting it must fix some of the issues surrounding the trade agreement.MSN Shared .
MSPs told 'no winners in Brexit' as MEP says UK has to adapt to third country statusThe UK and EU must stick to the terms of the negotiated trade agreement, MSPs have been told, if issues with exports are to be resolved.MSN Shared .
Call for 'urgent' action as Brexit fallout dents Scotland's engineering sectorScotland's engineering sector is being battered by Brexit fallout and "urgent" action is required to avoid further damage, industry leaders warned today.MSN Shared .
Brexit: Welsh exports to Irish Republic 'hindered by wrong ink'CBI Wales says authorities in the Irish Republic are "zealous" when checking goods coming in.BBC Shared .
Ian McConnell: Brexit is a mess but this lord sees himself on ‘shoulders of giants'THE use of language by this Conservative Government when it comes to pumping itself up about its lamentable Brexit crusade becomes ever more remarkable.HeraldScotland Shared .
UK's Brexit bid to diverge from EU faces 'formidable constraints'UK in a Changing Europe think tank finds some watchdogs not ready to assume their regulatory responsibilities..POLITICO Shared .
Design Patent Registrations after Brexit and Updates to Design Rights in ChinaAs we noted in Are Design Patents Missing From Your IP Portfolio, a design patent protects the visual ornamental characteristics of an article and can be an important part of a company’s pa.The National Law Review Shared .
'The Aldi Vaccine'?Adam and Fergus chat to Europe Correspondent Jean Mackenzie to discuss how public perceptions of the 'Aldi vaccine' could be hampering the rollout.BrexitCast Shared .
Unlocking the DoorHoward, long retired as a tennis coach in Regentâs Park, totters through, making his way to the new Morrisonâs supermarket.Muriel Murch Shared .
US dashes Boris Johnson's hopes of quick post-Brexit trade deal by announcing ‘review' of talksBrakes slammed on negotiations to reassess ‘developments' and confront ‘pandemic reality'The Independent Shared .
Brexit: solution for Northern Ireland border protocol!"The parties acknowledged the importance of joint action to make the Protocol work for the benefit of everyone in Northern Ireland."Jeff Taylor Shared .
Not good for Nicola SturgeonThe rest was spread out between the Scottish Tories - 23% a one point increase since November, 15% for Scottish labour who also saw a one point increase, the Scottish Lib Dems saw a drop of 1% to 5%, the Greens are on 3%, which is two points up and everyone else slots into the final two percent.Jeff Taylor Shared .
David Bailey on BBC Radio 4's Today: car batteries, Brexit and CovidHe says "just a few weeks after Brexit, the last thing the government wants to see is a pretty efficient car plant actually close."UK in a Changing Europe Shared .
Brexit: What are the rules for deliveries from UK to France?The latest French news and information explained in English with help guides for residents and second homeowners in France.Connexion France Shared .
Back my budget Boris Johnson warns Tory tax rebels!This is getting interesting, Boris Johnson has made backing the Chancellor's budget statement next week a confidence issue.Jeff Taylor Shared .
David Bailey on BBC Radio 5 Live's Wake Up To Money: Vauxhall's Ellesmere PortDavid Bailey spoke on BBC Radio 5 Live's Wake Up to Money programme about the impending decision from Vauxhall on whether or not to close their Ellesmere Port plant, and Brexit's implications for the auto industry.UK in a Changing Europe Shared .
Brexit blunder: EU 'lost a lot' after missing biggest chance to keep UK in BrusselsBREXIT could have been avoided if the EU had accepted former Prime Minister David Cameron's calls for a reformed relationship, a leading academic told Express.co.uk.Express.co.uk Shared .
SNP Government spending needs more transparency!SNP Government spending needs more Boyle, the Auditor General for Scotland said in his official blog that it is getting harder to see what's being spent on COVID-19 and, as a result, he has called for more transparency in following the 'pandemic pound' as he puts it.Jeff Taylor Shared .
Why fish like BrexitNow the fish , are looking like they've finally caught a break: We can't export what we catch, because it's too expensive and difficult to do so, therefore we aren't going to bother catching it, or at least not quite so much.R2030 - In Hope Of A Better Decade Shared .
Sheffield climbing firm sets up in Holland to serve EU to beat Brexit damageOne of Sheffield's best known climbing brands has set up in Holland to avoid damage from Brexit.The Star Shared .
Brexit: Tory MPs call on PM to scrap Northern Ireland ProtocolThe European Research Group of MPs concludes the Northern Ireland Protocol "has had a profound and negative effect".Sky News Shared .
Brexit challenges threaten to slow South West manufacturing's comeback, reveals latest BarometerThe latest South West Manufacturing Barometer, which is produced by SWMAS, reveals 61% of companies have seen negative price changes within their supply chain since leaving the EU, with the availability of raw materials an issue for 52% of firms.Bdaily Business News Shared .
'Carney wouldn't dare! ' Brexiteers vindicated as BoE boss orders crackdown on EU bulliesBRITAIN'S top banker has urged financial chiefs to 'resist very firmly' EU attempts to lure lucrative trade from the City of London.Express.co.uk Shared .
The Grievance MachineWhen it comes to Brexit, One of the more perceptive commentators around is Rafael Behr.Lightly Seared On The Reality Grill Shared .
We miss you already! Leading MEP admits Brussels is 'very, very sad' over BrexitTHE EU is 'very, very, sad' the UK left the bloc as Liz Truss prepares to strike large trade deals with countries across the world, an MEP has said.Express.co.uk Shared .
Boris Johnson is an 'unrepentant liar' over cost of Brexit, former French ambassador ragesBORIS JOHNSON is a 'liar' and is using the Covid pandemic to mask the true economic cost of Brexit, a former French ambassador to the UK has claimed.Express.co.uk Shared .
UK aerospace industry 'in limbo', thanks to gaps in post-Brexit regimeThe UK aerospace industry feels it is in limbo over how the country's new aviation regulations interact with those of the EU and global counterparts.The Loadstar Shared .
The End of the Line: GibraltarThe End of the Line is a 10-part travelogue journey to some of the highest Remain and Leave areas in the United Kingdomâs 2016 Referendum on EU membership.On The Road To Revolution Shared .
Tory Brexit hardliners call on Boris Johnson to tear up Northern Ireland arrangementsEuropean Resarch Group call for new rules on exports after weeks of disruption.The Independent Shared .
The architecture of Irish partition is disintegratingNick Wright argues the people of the Irish Republic and their government have had a rude lesson in the politics of inter-imperialist rivalry.Challenge Shared .
Britain Reviews Rulebooks to Keep Financial Services Sector Competitive After BrexitBritain is conducting a review of its financial rulebooks and policies to see how it can keep its 130 billion pound finance sector competitive after Brexit left it largely cut off from the European Union.Insurance Journal Shared .
Brexit: Concern over plan for wine import papersPlans to introduce post-Brexit wine import papers for EU wines entering the UK will lead to higher prices, says letter signed by trade members...Decanter Shared .
UK review of the retained Vertical Block Exemption Regulation: Will the UK and EU competition regimes diverge on supply and distribution arrangements?The CMA will run a series of roundtables this spring for interested stakeholders as part of its review â businesses that rely heavily on the VBER, or trade associations whose members do so, would be well-advised to express interest in taking part.Inside Brexit Shared .
MPs including Jeremy Corbyn ‘received horrific death threats' over BrexitA man accused of sending "horrifically offensive" death threats to senior MPs including Jeremy Corbyn and John Bercow over Brexit has appeared in court for the first time today.Evening Standard Shared .
Boris issued Brexit ultimatumTORY Brexit hardliners are urging Boris Johnson to tear-up the controversial Northern Ireland Protocol in a new report published the day after DUP leader and First Minister Arlene Foster urgent the Government to do likewise.MSN Shared .
Brexit will be felt for decades to come, leading MEP warnsBrexit has caused so many problems and its consequences will be felt for decades to come, a leading MEP has warned.Evening Express Shared .
City watchdog beefs up exec team for post-Brexit leadershipThe appointments include two newly created roles as part of the FCA's ongoing restructuring process.Financial News Shared .
Tory MPs want to scrap Brexit Northern Ireland protocol that they voted forEurosceptic backbenchers disavowed a key part of Boris Johnson's Brexit deal - which they backed - aimed at preventing a hard border on the island of Ireland.Mirror Shared .
How to navigate global payroll through the challenges of BrexitThe impact of Brexit can be seen across many part of our working lives: European travel rules have changed and you will now need specific licenses and certificates for both imports and exports.TheHRDIRECTOR Shared .
Corporation tax political battlegroundPLEASE SUPPORT MY WORK ON YOUTUBE VIA PATREON AT: VIA PAYPAL: : : @: @ tax political battleground - Tory Chancellor wants it raised, Labour doesn't!Jeff Taylor Shared .
Is a New Act of Union Needed to Preserve the United Kingdom?A combination of autocratic Conservative government and brexit has put a strain on the United Kingdom that seems destined for collapse.A Different Bias Shared .
Goodbye EU! Austria's warning shot to bloc before Brexit: 'Can't shy away now'THE EUROPEAN UNION was given a warning shot by Austria before Brexit, claiming if the UK left it would herald the 'slow goodbye of the European idea'.Express.co.uk Shared .
Brexit leaves London fighting for its future as Europe poaches businessLondon has been the unrivaled king of European finance for more than three decades. Brexit is starting to change that.CNN Shared .
US dashes Boris Johnson's hopes of quick post-Brexit trade deal by announcing ‘review' of talksMarks and Spencer is having a big sale on school uniforms but shop quick: the deal ends soon!MSN Shared .
Brexit: UK Customs Forms, Paperwork Bigger Issue Than Transport or Port DelaysBritish companies say new customs forms required following Brexit are the biggest hurdle to trading with the rest of the world, official data show.Bloomberg.com Shared .
The question of Scottish indepedence is bigger than Sturgeon and Salmond a but it might not be bigger than BrexitFrom a scriptwriter's perspective - and let's face it, it's clearly all scripted - Scotland voting for independence would be fairly satisfying.MSN Shared .
Smart goalsA goal without a plan is just a wishâ â Anon. A year ago in early 2020 we were in the midst of completing major projects aboard Blue Heeler, fine-tuning everything aboard to reach our goal of returning to warmer climates to the south.Sailing BLUE HEELER Shared .
UK Brexit deal: Sir Robin Knox-Johnston backs campaign to change 90 day visa ruleThe Cruising Association wants 180-day EU cruising visas. Currently sailors can cruise the EU for 90 days in every 180-days as part of the UK Brexit deal.Yachting Monthly Shared .
Brexit Reality: UK trade deal has created mountains of red tape and is killing businessIn the next few weeks the volume of uploads to all of my channels will reduce substantially.I Am Incorrigible Shared .
Tory Brexit hardliners call on Boris Johnson to tear up Northern Ireland arrangementsThe damaging economic fallout from Boris Johnson's EU divorce deal has provoked unrest in the Leave camp, with hardline Tory Brexiteers calling on the prime minister to tear up arrangements for Northern Ireland which he negotiated and they backed in parliament.MSN Shared .
Five things shaping Britain's financial rulebooks after BrexitBritain is conducting a review of its financial rulebooks and policies to see how it can keep its 130 billion pound finance sector competitive after Brexit left it largely cut off from the European Union.U.S. Shared .
Brexit: an utterly changed trading environmentIrish businesses have been presented with a completely fresh set of challenges as a result of Brexit, says Mazars VAT director, Alan McManus.The Irish Times Shared .
Brexit 'causing disruption' although reshoring opportunities remainBrexit issues are causing small to medium-sized manufacturers in the West Midlands "significant disruption" as they attempt to recover from the economic effects of Covid-19, a new report has found.Insider Media Ltd Shared .
Garden:ramblingThe use the term âroadmapâ by the UK government for their proposed way out of lockdown is misleading as unlike actual roadmaps which show you precisely where you are and where youâre going and all the possible ways to get there, the so-called roadmap in reference to the Covid lockdown restrictions is arbitrary, provisional and&.My Life As A Piece Of String Shared .
Patrick Stewart fury over Brexit result: 'Grimmest thing and disgrace'SIR PATRICK STUART branded Brexit the 'grimmest thing' and a 'disgrace' after Britons voted to leave the European Union.Express.co.uk Shared .
'Five years too late! ' Boris issued furious Brexit fishing ultimatumA BREXITEER has criticised Boris Johnson for ditching the fishing industry despite the announcement of a new campaign to help the sector.MSN Shared .
Man accused of abusing MPs including leading Brexit critics sent to crown courtPaul William Maciver Ritchie allegedly sent threatening emails to politicians such as Jeremy Corbyn, Amber Rudd and John Bercow.The Independent Shared .
Exporters hit by new red tape are paying price for Boris Johnson's hard Brexit, says David CameronThe former prime minister dismissed the government's claims of merely "teething problems", warning the "bureaucracy" was the inevitable result of leaving the EU single market.MSN Shared .
Boris Johnson is an 'unrepentant liar' over cost of Brexit, former French ambassador ragesBORIS JOHNSON is a "liar" and is using the Covid pandemic to mask the true economic cost of Brexit, a former French ambassador to the UK has claimed.MSN Shared .
Brexit: Southern beef farmers in despair with prices 11% below break-evenBrexit is causing southern beef farmers substantial losses with prices 11% below break-even.Belfast News Letter Shared .
Brexit-proof supply chains stand us in good stead to tackle net zeroBeing aware of the weakest links in project delivery throughout Brexit and covid will help address the climate crisis challenge, says T&T's Patricia Moore.Building Shared .
Brexit challenges threaten to slow manufacturing's comeback in the West MidlandsBrexit issues are causing small to medium-sized manufacturers in the West Midlands significant disruption as they look to recover from the economic effects of Covid-19.James Pugh Shared .
How not to oppose somethingWhy the silence from the oppisition, when something desperately needs opposing?R2030 - In Hope Of A Better Decade Shared .
Letters: Brexit baloney and the illusion of sovereigntyThe Government, knowing full well that this self-inflicted Brexit baloney was a rubbish decision, is now trying hard to make the life of normal British folk as miserable as possible.Swindon Advertiser Shared .
Brexit disruption at UK border will ease and exports will increase, vows Graham StuartAn international trade minister has acknowledged there will be “ongoing frictions” for UK exporters post-Brexit, but claimed things are improving every day.Belfasttelegraph Shared .
Brexit leaves London fighting for its future as Europe poaches businessLondon has been the unrivaled king of European finance for more than three decades. Brexit is starting to change that.MSN Shared .
Brexit challenges threaten to slow manufacturing's come back in West MidlandsThe latest Manufacturing Barometer found Brexit issues are causing SME manufacturers in the region 'significant disruption'Business Live Shared .
Rip it up! Tory revolt as Boris told Brexit deal must goBORIS JOHNSON is facing mounting pressure from Tory MPs to rip up aspects of his Brexit deal in the face of struggles to export to Northern Ireland.MSN Shared .
What Does Jeremy Think?This week we talk to Suzanne Heywood about her memoir of her late husband, Cabinet Secretary Jeremy Heywood - the man who helped to run Britain for more than two decades, working with four different prime Black Wednesday to Brexit, from the Blair / Brown battles to the surprising successes of the Coalition, Jeremy Heywood had a unique position...Talking Politics Shared .
Brexit challenges threaten to slow manufacturing's comeback in the East MidlandsThe latest Manufacturing Barometer, which is produced by the Manufacturing Growth Programme and SWMAS , reveals nearly two thirds of companies have seen negative price changes within their supply chain since leaving the EU, with the availability of raw materials an issue for 40% of firms.East Midlands Shared .
Nation that rejected Brexit must build border checkpoint for tradeA new customs checkpoint in Dumfries and Galloway is to be established as a consequence of Brexit.The Times Shared .
live: EU ‘tone deaf' on Northern Ireland, says DUP as Sturgeon defends Salmond censorshipThe EU has been "tone deaf" about problems surrounding the Northern Ireland protocol, Arlene Foster has said.MSN Shared .
Brexit LIVE: Boris masterminds brilliant loophole to get around infuriating EU rulesBORIS JOHNSON has masterminded a clever loophole to get around yet another set of infuriating rules from the European Union as both sides continue their bitter war of words over the Northern Ireland Protocol.MSN Shared .
EU deal: Why is the EU delaying ratifying Boris Johnson's Brexit deal?THE UK secured a deal with the Brussels bloc at the end of 2020 - but the last-minute trade agreement means official processes surrounding the implementation of Brexit are still being completed.MSN Shared .
Covid vaccine hesitancy 'linked to Brexit voting patterns'People who vote for parties outside mainstream politics are less likely to have a jab, Oxford survey reveals.Inews.co.uk Shared .
Brexit trade disruption fuels boom at Irish portsBefore Brexit, many truck drivers took their loads from Ireland to continental Europe by crossing the Irish Sea, driving across Britain, and then sailing across the English Channel.DW.COM Shared .
From Islay to Germany to Glasgow: Laphroaig customers hit out at bizarre delivery route as Brexit 'chaos' blamed for delaysAngry customers of one of Scotland's best known whisky brands have told of widespread delivery problems, with the firm's German distributor blaming Brexit "chaos".HeraldScotland Shared .
No agreement on Northern Ireland grace periods in latest EU-UK talksNorthern Irelandâs first minister urges Boris Johnson to âact unilaterallyâ to secure unfettered trade with Great Britain.Politico Shared .
Why join the Social Democratic Party?Our people are out of work, our families are without homes, our children are out of school and government is without a purpose or vision.Vox Anglicus Shared .
How the new Brexit bureaucracy is putting some UK industries in difficultiesThe Brexiteers always boasted that leaving the European Union would result in a bonfire of red tape.Channel 4 News Shared .
The Jo Whiley EffectFergus gives us the latest on the vaccine priority list, with everyone on the GP learning disability register now getting their turn.BrexitCast Shared .
Brexit Reality: George Eustice caught in a shellfish lieIn the next few weeks the volume of uploads to all of my channels will reduce substantially.I Am Incorrigible Shared .
EU foreign policy in a state of post-Brexit fluxEuropean presidents and prime ministers meet at the end of this week, with Friday's discussion focused on international relations.Arab News Shared .
Cross-party report calls for more transparency in post-Brexit tradeA cross-party report is calling for more transparency in post-Brexit #trade Chamber of Commerce's Chris Southworth explains how a more transparent system of trade could be implemented.RT UK Shared .
Post-Brexit trade: Boris Johnson calls for eat British fish campaignThe PM promises action to boost the industry - but Labour says his Brexit deal threatens jobs.BBC Shared .
Pressing ahead with Festival of Brexit is a denial of realityWHAT Kevin McKenna terms "the narrative of British exceptionalism" is indeed under way to deify the disingenuous and indolent Prime Minister as the saviour of the UK and wallow in a parochial, jingoistic illusion of faded grandeur.The National Shared .
EU freedom of movement collapsing!But it looks like it could get even tighter with the French EU affairs minister, Clement Beaune, saying he was fighting to keep the French German border open so that the freedom of movement of workers is left unhindered.Jeff Taylor Shared .
Liam Fox Slams Sturgeon's ‘tinpot Dictatorship'In a point of order this afternoon, Liam Fox raised a Point of Order referencing the extraordinary intervention in proceedings in Scotland yesterday, where implicating the First Minister was censored from Salmondâs evidence against Sturgeon.Philiphunt1066's Blog Shared .
Sell UK food and drink to the world says International Trade Secretary Liz Truss!PLEASE SUPPORT MY WORK ON YOUTUBE VIA PATREON AT: VIA PAYPAL: : : @: @ of Liz Truss: "Liz Truss MP, Minister for Education and Childcare, at her speech setting out government plans to promote more great childcare" by Policy Exchange is licensed under CC BY 2.0 - UK food and drink to the world says International Trade Secretary Liz Truss.Jeff Taylor Shared .
Brexit a Post-transition Q&As for employersDownload PDF allenovery.com Brexit law: your business, the EU and the way ahead Brexit â Post-transition Q&As for employers The end of the Brexit transition period on 31 December 2020 has reshaped the landscape for employers.JD Supra Shared .
The Alex Salmond vs Nicola Sturgeon evidence and the Crown Office can of worms!Yesterday I explained that the scheduled appearance of Alex Salmond before the committee tasked with opening the can of worms regarding how harassment claims were investigated against him, was jeopardised by a last moment decision yesterday to redact some of his written evidence.Jeff Taylor Shared .
Local MSP urges projects in Inverclyde to apply for new food and drink fundMSP for Greenock and Inverclyde, Stuart McMillan, has urged local food and drink projects to apply for a new Scottish Government fund launched to drive projects that celebrate locally sourced and produced food and drink.Â The Scotland Food and Drink Partnership was launched to help the sector with its recovery from COVID and prepare for&.Stuart McMillan MSP Shared .
Eurozone must become a single state to save the Euro!PLEASE SUPPORT MY WORK ON YOUTUBE VIA PATREON AT: VIA PAYPAL: : : @: @ must become a single state to save the Euro!Jeff Taylor Shared .
Leave campaign made Brexit a 'new religion' so people would support it, study claimsThe Leave campaign made Brexit a "new religion", a study has claimed.The Scotsman Shared .
Brexit trade delays getting worse at UK border, survey findsA survey of 350 supply chain managers found that two out of three had experienced delays of "at least two to three days" getting goods into the UK, compared with 38% who reported delays in a similar survey in January.The Guardian Shared .
Northern Ireland secretary warns DUP over Brexit focusThe DUP has dismissed proposed fixes to trade holdups and called for the protocol governing the Irish Sea border to be scrapped.Politico Shared .
Freight revenue for hauliers in Northern Ireland dropped 30% in January because of Brexit red tapeThe revenue of some hauliers based in Northern Ireland fell by up to 30 per cent in January after the end of the Brexit transition period, an industry representative has said.The Times Shared .
Brexit LIVE: UK ordered to follow EU law before showdownBRITAIN has been warned there will always be consequences to Brexit by Maros Sefcovic ahead of a crunch meeting.Express.co.uk Shared .
Brexit LIVE: UK ordered to follow EU law before showdown todayBRITAIN has been warned there will always be consequences to Brexit by Maros Sefcovic ahead of a crunch meeting today.MSN Shared .
No, Brexit Does Not Necessarily Mean the Dissolution of the United KingdomIn his recent Foreign Policy article, âBrexit is Probably the United Kingdomâs Death Knell, â Brent Peabody notes that the United Kingdom has survived quite a lot since Northern Ireland became part of the United Kingdom in the early 1920s: World War II, the Troubles, and persistent questions from Scotland about its continued...Allies And Adversaries Shared .