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EU citizens who have not already applied to the EU Settlement Scheme will be given a 28-day period to apply

June 23, 2021

Over 200 artists have backed a campaign pushing the government to act on Brexit-related red tape around touring in the

June 23, 2021

A newly-published report has shown that London remains the second most active city in the world for fintech, behind San

June 23, 2021
A shortage of hauliers due to the UK's departure from the EU and Covid testing rules is becoming a "critical nationwide problem" for the construction industry, which is already battling disrupted supply chains.

A shortage of hauliers due to the UK’s departure from the EU and Covid testing rules is becoming a “critical

June 23, 2021

The Government said today it is working hard to identify tens of thousands of Europeans living in the UK who

June 21, 2021

French President Emmanuel Macron has began a new push to bring City of London firms to Paris post-Brexit. JP Morgan

June 20, 2021
The UK exported more food and drink to countries outside the EU than to the bloc in the first three months after Brexit, a first for the sector.

The UK exported more food and drink to countries outside the EU than to the bloc in the first three

June 18, 2021
Proposed Site For North West England Brexit Lorry Park

Tesco is “working hard” to address a shortage of HGV drivers, the supermarket’s boss revealed in a call today following

June 18, 2021

Labour shortages caused by post-Brexit immigration rules mean the UK meat industry has had to cut production, warning that without

June 17, 2021

Searches from across the world for UK-based jobs have returned to pre-pandemic levels, according to jobs site Indeed, as international

June 17, 2021

The UK has bagged a £65m market access deal with Japan which will see more British chicken served on Japanese

June 16, 2021
The UK’s chicken farmers have become the latest food suppliers to slam the government over new Brexit border rules, which are causing enormous disruption to supply chains.

The UK-Australia trade agreement, announced yesterday, will serve as a “stepping stone” to a wider trans-Pacific pact, the International Trade

June 16, 2021

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