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British Flag Removed From EU Buildings Following Brexit

The UK has hit back at the EU over its hefty Brexit divorce bill, saying it did not recognise the

July 9, 2021
European Council To Hold Summit As Brexit Deadline Nears

The UK is reportedly liable to pay €47.5bn (£41bn) to the EU as part of a post-Brexit financial settlement. The

July 8, 2021
Ocado Retail said this morning that its revenue had climbed 40 per cent in the first quarter as lockdown restrictions continue to power a surge in online shopping.

Ocado has had to deploy some of its own lorry drivers to help its suppliers get stock to its warehouses

July 7, 2021

Brexit: Having regained control from EU, MPs want to hand policing of the City over to regulators

July 6, 2021

Mr Kipling manufacturer Premier Foods has called on the government to consider using the army to distribute goods to help

July 2, 2021

Floatations and fundraisings in the City recorded their best start in seven years, according to figures published today. Total equity

July 2, 2021

Brazil ranked first in the list of the most complex jurisdictions to do business in 2021, according to the eighth

July 1, 2021
The FTSE 100 opened higher today ahead of today's Budget, as traders wait to see what further help Chancellor Rishi Sunak will provide for the economy.

The Chancellor today confirmed that the UK and EU have still not reached a post-Brexit financial services agreement. Speaking at

July 1, 2021
The UK has today agreed a three month grace period for the export of chilled meats to Northern Ireland with the EU as the two sides reached a truce in the so-called "sausage war".

The UK has today agreed a three month grace period for the export of chilled meats to Northern Ireland with

June 30, 2021
Home repair firm Homeserve said that its revenue climbed 15 per cent last year, largely due to an exceptional performance in its North American division.

There is a shortage of skilled workers because of EU workers leaving the UK, the boss of home repair company

June 30, 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.

After a catastrophic start to the year, UK exports to the EU have risen to near 2019 levels, before the

June 30, 2021

Elton John became successful before the UK joined the bloc, Brexit minister Lord Frost said today, as he hit back

June 29, 2021

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