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Representatives for the aviation industry have written to Grant Shapps to demand that travel restrictions be scrapped for those who are double vaccinated.

Rather than being the cause of the current lorry driver shortage, Brexit has helped provide solutions to the shortages in

September 24, 2021

The UK is receiving just 30 per cent of the fireworks stock that suppliers usually have for the year, City

September 22, 2021

The UK is “prospering vastly” following the split from Brussels, the Brexit minister said as he stressed the Government’s aim

September 16, 2021

The Financial Conduct Authority has issued formal warnings to three traders from an unnamed bank who carried out market abuse

September 16, 2021

Spending nearly 50 years in the European Union has made some businesses and government employees “defensive” about trade, the International

September 14, 2021

UK businesses and consumers have paid 42 per cent more in customs duties on goods since Brexit came into force

September 14, 2021
The Final Countdown To Brexit

Nicola Sturgeon described Brexit as an “unnecessary and unforgivable act” that is damaging Scottish businesses and causing food shortages. Scotland’s

September 13, 2021
London's markets rose this morning as the City geared up for Monday's loosening of coronavirus restrictions and the unlocking of the rest of the economy.

Citing Brexit, the chairman of Pentland Group has relocated overseas according to The Times, who first reported the news. Stephen

September 12, 2021
BREXIT-Northern Ireland Protocol

European Commission vice-president Maros Sefcovic today said the controversial Northern Ireland Protocol – a policy of trade checks for good

September 10, 2021
THREE_ROAMING-CHARGES

Three has become the third mobile network following Brexit to reintroduce roaming fees when travelling abroad of £2 daily. The

September 9, 2021

London wine venues are experiencing shortages of some wines thanks to red tape and driver shortages. The Wine and Spirit

September 8, 2021
Dawn Of The Post-Brexit Era For The UK

June 2021 saw 31 haulage firm insolvencies, the highest in a single month since January 2019 as Brexit and driver shortages bite,

September 8, 2021

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