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UK’s Hunt rules out ‘walking away’ from Brexit trade deal with EU

LONDON, Nov 23 (Reuters) – Britain’s Finance Minister Jeremy Hunt on Wednesday ruled out an easing of Brexit by amending the trade deal with the European Union, following demands from companies to make it easier to hire foreign staff and to remove trade barriers. Britain’s bleak economic outlook, marked by …

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Northeast seed potato growers continue to struggle due to post-Brexit negotiations

Aberdeenshire East MSP Gillian Martin has urged the UK government to involve Scottish agriculture and the Scottish government in business decisions affecting the sector. Seed potato exports continue to be affected by Brexit Ms Martin raised concerns in Parliament last week over the lack of a legal requirement in UK …

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Once I sold cheese in Europe. Brexit has brought my business to the brink of destruction | Simon Spurrell

Ohen I voted to remain a member of the EU, it was for practical rather than political reasons. As the founder of a cheese-making company, my experience exporting outside the EU had taught me that leaving the single market would lead to increased costs for my business and countless problems …

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Brexit and Covid could cause a cancer epidemic in Europe

Following a major review of the current state of European cancer research and its future, a Lancet Oncology commission: “European Groundshot—addressing Europe’s cancer research challenges”, co-led by Professor Richard Sullivan of King’s College London, offers a ‘sense check’ of the significant challenges that urgently need to be addressed to improve …

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Brexit News: Belgian radio caller demands voters be ‘punished’ with extra taxes | Politics | New

The Bas de Bruxelles caller said he felt “really bitter” about Brexit and suggested Leave voters shoulder the financial burden of leaving the European Union. Bas admitted he was being facetious, but remarked he would approve of British politicians backing the Leave vote to “pay for the mess they’ve got …

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‘Not the Brexit I wanted’ – Next boss calls for more foreign workers in UK | Supply chain crisis

Simon Wolfson, managing director of clothing and homewares retailer Next, urged the government to make it easier for foreign workers to enter the UK and said it was “not the Brexit I wanted”. The Tory peer and Brexit supporter said the government was preventing essential workers from entering the UK, …

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A post-Brexit trade deal with Brazil is unlikely amid strained relations between Lula and the Conservative government

Sign up to the Inside Politics email for your free daily briefing on the biggest stories in British politics Get our free Inside Politics email There is little prospect of a post-Brexit trade deal with Brazil in the near future due to strained relations between Britain’s Conservative government and the …

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Jeffrey Donaldson repeats that heart surgeries have been delayed by Brexit protocol

The DUP leader repeated a claim that Northern Ireland protocol had delayed some heart surgeries. In response, the Southern Health and Social Care Trust said 20 patients were transferred to Belfast Trust care in August after it was unable to obtain the necessary replacement kit in the UK or Ireland …

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Brexit won’t be a problem for Madrid on Bellingham

Although Bellingham says he is focused on BorussiaMadrid is watching him. The ‘Merengues’ are in the race for him, willing to make a move for the English if needed. ‘AS’ notes that the fact that Rodrygo and Militao obtained Spanish nationality could help in the market. Madrid have no non-EU …

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UK urged to reveal economic impact of trade deals

The UK has signed three new trade deals since Brexit. Photo: Reuters/Stringer MEPs urged the UK to outline the impact of new post-Brexit trade agreements on the UK economy. International Trade Committee (ITC) MPs said the government should produce an explanatory document at national, regional and sectoral levels, and update …

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UK exports to India hit record highs despite the absence of a crucial post-Brexit trade deal by today’s Diwali deadline

Monday, October 24, 2022 9:37 a.m. Mumbai, the beating heart of India’s booming economy. The UK is exporting and importing record volumes of goods with India despite complications over a trade deal set to miss its scheduled Diwali completion date today. Exports in July (£939m) and August (£913m) topped £900m …

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Hans Zimmer talks about ‘ruthless’ Hollywood, Brexit ‘bureaucracy’ and protecting the planet | Ents & Arts News

Prolific film composer Hans Zimmer has spoken of his Brexit-related frustrations, the “dark” state of the world and says he fears the consequences of what happens in Number 10 “may be appalling”. The 12-time Oscar nominee – who is the subject of a new BBC documentary, Hans Zimmer: Hollywood Rebel …

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Britain blew Brexit, and now it’s time to go

According to Suella Braverman, immigration remains one of the most serious problems facing the country. We should take advantage of it while we can. We could soon worry about the opposite: mass emigration. It would be easy to think, looking at the net migration figures of the last two decades, …

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Brexit pitfalls no longer taboo in British politics

(Bloomberg) – After years of denying the downsides of Britain’s separation from the European Union, the Brexit taboo is beginning to rise among the country’s ruling Conservative Party and right-wing press. Bloomberg’s Most Read Brexit has caused a “calamitous loss of international reputation” and six years of “damage”, “political confusion” …

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Brexit blamed by Union for cutting Aer Lingus Belfast-London route

Aer Lingus IATA/ICAO code: EI/EIN Airline type: Full service carrier Hub(s): Dublin Airport Year of foundation: 1938 Air group: AGI CEO: Lynne Embleton Country: Ireland Aer Lingus is set to end its long-running Belfast-Heathrow shuttle at the end of the month, with Irish union Fórsa blaming Brexit squarely. We explore …

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Prime Minister Liz Truss warns of ‘drift’ in Brexit talks with EU

The government will have to “proceed with the Northern Ireland Protocol Bill” without a “negotiated solution with the EU”, the Prime Minister said. Speaking during Prime Minister’s Questions, Liz Truss told MPs in the Commons ‘we can’t let this get out of hand’. His comments came as DUP leader Sir …

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Liz Truss: Rebranded Brexit Party boosts poll as voters leave Tories | Politics | New

Richard Tice’s Reform UK has issued a ‘big warning’ to Liz Truss’ Tories after a new opinion poll gave the Eurosceptic party a ‘boost’, a former Brexit Party MEP has claimed. Following the UK’s departure from the European Union, Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party underwent some changes when the former UKIP …

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UK government publishes Brexit Freedoms Bill setting deadline for revoking EU law | Shearman & Sterling LLP

The UK government has released the Successful EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill, known as the Brexit Freedoms Bill, which aims to repeal or assimilate retained EU law and abolish the principle of the supremacy of EU law in the UK by the end of 2023. It is possible to …

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MHRA appoints first new approved body in UK to certify medical devices since Brexit

The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has confirmed that DEKRA Certification UK Ltd has now joined the three current UK Approved Bodies, increasing the UK’s ability to handle medical device conformity assessments to to ensure that safe and effective devices reach the UK public. DEKRA has become the …

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Ministers unveil Scottish visa pilot scheme for EU citizens after Brexit

MINISTERS today unveiled plans to pilot a Scottish visa scheme to allow certain companies to facilitate the recruitment of foreign nationals following a shortage of workers in certain sectors after Brexit. However, with immigration powers being reserved for Westminster, the Scottish Government sent its proposals to the Home Office for …

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Liz Truss and her team take us for a ride | Stewart Lee

My newly opened stand-up show, Basic Lee, is due to hold until its final dates in the spring of 2024, so is it even worth writing material about the Liz Truss government? Having passed the safe space of Tory leadership roundups, it looks like Truss will dissolve on contact with …

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Italy on brink of EU split as far-right could win in Brexit-like vote | World | New

Former Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta and head of the Italian Democratic Party list has warned that the vote in the next Italian elections could be decisive in the country’s relations with the European Union. He said the far-right election led by Giorgia Meloni could lead to a Brexit-like scenario, …

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Airmic highlights post-Brexit hurdles in Ireland | New

In front of Island of Ireland forum on October 25, George Ong, Chief Risk Officer for Northern Ireland Water, spoke about the importance of the inaugural Airmic event. “There is no Irish equivalent to Airmic,” says Ong. “I think there is a lot we can do to support and collaborate …

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Did the UK benefit from Brexit?

What are cookies As is common practice with almost all professional websites, https://cyprus-mail.com (our “To place”) uses cookies, which are tiny files downloaded to your device, to improve your experience. This document describes what information they collect, how we use it and why we sometimes need to store these cookies. …

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‘When the mourning ends, reality will hit hard’: European journalists on Britain’s mood | UK News

Politics in this country is ruthless “The days we live in mark a new beginning. Only time will tell what the post-Elizabethan era will bring. At the moment, it feels like a juggernaut of too many challenges coming at once, a surreal wave. The consequences of the pandemic, which has …

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City investment bank Numis eyes new European push from post-Brexit Dublin office

Numis, the traditionally city-focused investment bank, is preparing to compete with bigger rivals in mainland Europe after opening its post-Brexit office in Dublin. The investment bank has hired traders, sales staff and compliance expertise as it builds a team of up to 15 people in the Irish capital, after opening …

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GBP/USD bulls push 1.1700 on Brexit optimism, falling UK unemployment rate, US inflation in sight

GBP/USD is defending two-day bullish momentum at a fifteen-day high. The change in the number of claimants in the UK increased in August, but the ILO unemployment rate fell for three months to July. EU’s Sefcovic steps forward to ease Brexit issues surrounding NI border. US CPI will be a …

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Brexit Britain urged not to ‘lock in £750m’ to join scheme and launch own Five Eyes plan | Science | New

It was negotiated as part of the post-Brexit trade and co-operation deal that the UK would take part in Copernicus, a massive space program Britain was to pay £750m to join. But the bloc has told Britain it cannot take part in a number of schemes, including Copernicus, the £80bn …

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Britain could plan Queen’s death – but not for risky tides of public sentiment | Marine Hyde

Queen Elizabeth II heard about her father’s death and his accession to the throne during a royal visit to Kenya. Preparing to return to London – “only a child”, Winston Churchill privately worried about the new monarch – his spoken thoughts were for the aftermath that had accompanied her to …

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AWI overcomes Brexit challenges to increase sales in Europe

A Black Country manufacturer shrugged off the Brexit blues to post a surge in European sales. Alloy Wire International (AWI), which supplies round, flat and profiled wire, has seen orders soar to almost a third of its expected annual turnover of £13m, the company pledge in favor of short deadlines …

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New research shows freedom of movement isn’t toxic to leavers, who are almost as positive about it as stayers

There is a widely held assumption that freedom of movement with the EU is very unpopular among people who identify as outgoing. Paul Willer, Todd Hartmanand Richard Bentall present data from a large sample (>2K) showing that this assumption is wrong: freedom of movement is almost as acceptable for leavers …

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Brexit Britain wins as UK first in Europe to launch satellites from home | Science | New

Brian Cox describes the launch objectives of NASA’s Artemis 1 mission The UK has boosted investment in its space industry in recent years in recognition of the economic opportunities presented by commercial space launches. Confirmed in July, the First UK satellite launch should take off before the end of the …

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The pound registers the worst monthly fall since the day after the 2016 Brexit referendum

The pound registered its biggest monthly decline against the dollar since the day after the Brexit referendum amid growing economic and political uncertainty. The pound fell 4.5% in August to $1.16, the biggest monthly drop since October 2016. The pound was also down nearly 3% against the euro. It started …

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Brexit LIVE: EU hands out €60m lifeline to French fishermen | Politics | New

An analyst said Brexit was contributing to high energy prices across the UK. Christophe Dembikhead of macro analysis at Saxo Bank, told Express.co.uk: “The UK certainly faces as many economic problems as other European countries. “But on top of that there are also Brexit related disruptions. This has accentuated high …

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Brexit triumph: Tories present plan to make Britain a leading science superpower | Politics | New

Kit Malthouse insists that harnessing the UK’s technological prowess will not only create thousands of new jobs, but help improve public services. Below, the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster says future technologies will also help ease pressure on the NHS and make our streets safer. Boris Johnson yesterday hailed …

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Brexit is on the brink – and ultra Remainers are mobilizing to reverse it

Attention Brexiteers, the Remainers are on the rise. They are mobilizing as if it were 2019 all over again, convinced that their time had finally come. Their excitement is palpable: Boris Johnson is finished, the Tories are slipping in the polls and Britain has been engulfed in a tsunami of …

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Brexit LIVE: Irish leader tells Truss to avoid ‘extreme euroscepticism’ | Politics | New

Irish Fianna Fáil politician Thomas Byrne has said leadership candidate Liz Truss should weed out “extreme euroscepticism” as lingering uncertainty over the Northern Ireland protocol continues. Liz Truss, who introduced the Northern Ireland Protocol Bill to Parliament earlier this year, has remained firm in her commitment to continue Boris Johnson’s …

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Brexit trade deal BOOM: UK faces £18bn hike – ‘bills will go down’ | Politics | New

US-UK trade: Basham discusses US attitudes towards dealings Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised joining the ‘powerful’ Pacific trading bloc ‘will mean lower prices on our supermarket shelves’. Boris Johnson and Liz Truss discuss trade deal (Image: Getty) It’s a glimmer of good news for the country after it emerged …

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Brits still welcome in Europe, despite Brexit | Letters

I was fascinated by Zoe Williams’ article on traveling to Europe (As a Brit overseas after Brexit I wanted to wear a badge that said ‘Don’t look at me, I didn’t vote for that!”, August 15). In May and June, my wife, our dog and I traveled in our motorhome …

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As a Brit overseas post-Brexit, I wanted to wear a badge that said, ‘Don’t look at me, I didn’t vote for this!’ | Zoe Williams

IIt used to be a reliable middle-class hack: if you wanted an effortless vacation with no other decision than to grab a pina colada or a beer, you went to a French-run, all-inclusive place. The business model relies on a large number of sober French people who prefer water aerobics, …

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Brexit mastermind Nigel Farage warns Peter Dutton’s Liberals to be more Tory to win election

The Liberal Party must become more conservative and more assertive to win the next federal election, according to Brexit mastermind Nigel Farage. The former British politician turned TV host, who is bringing his speaking tour to Australia next month, believes Scott Morrison has been defeated because the Liberals have become …

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Brexit LIVE: Truss’ ‘biggest mistake’ warned Boris’ departure would cripple post-EU ‘fantasy’ | Politics | New

Mocking elites have been silenced by an influx of American entrepreneurs ready to unleash Britain’s Brexit power. Nile Gardiner, a former aide to Margaret Thatcher, has revealed a surge of American businessmen coming to the UK despite liberal media “hissing” about Brexit. Writing in the Telegraph, Mr Gardiner said: ‘East …

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What Britain is aiming for in a post-Brexit city

Comment this story Comment In the 1980s, London’s “Big Bang” revolutionized stock trading and put the City at the forefront of international financial markets. Following Britain’s departure from the European Union in 2020, the government is yearning for a different kind of ‘Big Bang’: abandoning EU financial rules which it …

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Brexit on the room tax: judicial checks that went against the government | Judicial

Judicial reviews have been used to successfully challenge decisions made by government and other agencies in key areas. Here are some recent examples. Brexit In 2016, the High Court ruled that Parliament must give its consent before the government could trigger Article 50 and officially kick off Brexit, prompting criticism …

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Brexit LIVE: New master plan to crush the chaos of British heavyweights | Politics | New

Nigel Farage has called for Brexit 2.0 to tackle the migrant crisis. A total of 696 people made the perilous journey across the English Channel on Monday, with no crossings recorded on Tuesday and Wednesday, according to Ministry of Defense figures. The Border Force vessel Hurricane brought around 40-50 people, …

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The Tories’ hard Brexit exposes people to toxic chemicals – Dr Richard Dixon

The European Union regulates chemicals in a range of products, including cosmetics (Photo: Mireya Acierto/Getty Images) From perfume and smartphones to food and washing up liquid, there are thousands of chemicals in the products we use every day. In the US chemicals can be used until they are shown to …

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Jacob Rees-Mogg finally admits he was wrong about one of Brexit’s biggest disasters

Please spare a thought for Brexit Opportunities Minister Jacob Rees-Mogg because the likelihood of him finding a good thing about the UK’s vote to leave the European Union in 2016 is about as high as Boris Johnson attending an emergency Cobra briefing. In the latest instance of something a politician …

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Brexit is a flop, and voters know it. So why can’t Labor call for a closer link with Europe? | Roy Hatterley

JThe idea should be too obvious to need repeating. But Labor is notorious for ignoring the inconvenient truths of economic management. Keir Starmer was therefore right to assert, in his speech to the Liverpool Labor Party, that the top priority of the government he leads will be sustained economic growth. …

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Brexit Britain leads the way in wind power with booming offshore industry | United Kingdom | New

The UK government has pledged to get 95% of the country’s electricity from low-carbon sources by 2030 and to completely decarbonize the grid by 2035. It also targets “up to” 50 GW of offshore wind by 2030, including “up to”. 5 GW from floating offshore projects. Praising Britain’s Brexit strategies, …

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English courts stay proceedings to give effect to transitional Brexit provisions

The English courts have held that the “lis pendens” provisions of Brussels I recast apply to proceedings initiated in that jurisdiction after the expiry of the Brexit transition period where relevant proceedings have already been initiated in a Member State of the EU before this expiry date. In this case,1 …

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Brexit LIVE: ‘Childlike’ EU shuts down official ties with UK – told not to swap notes | Politics | New

Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak are still battling to become Britain’s next Tory leader and Prime Minister, but whoever wins already has their work cut out for them as the current government stalks a ‘September window’ to reach a deal that could appease the British and Unionists oppose the much …

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UK clothing imports hit hard by Brexit and COVID-19

UK apparel imports have been hit hard by Brexit and the COVID-19 pandemic. The value of clothing imports from the UK has been declining since 2019, when Brexit became imminent. The subsequent outbreak of COVID-19 only accentuated this downward trend. However, home textile imports performed better in 2020. Clothing imports …

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Brexit blamed for delays as UK truckers and travelers face traffic jam at Dover

Holidaymakers and HGVs were left stranded in traffic jams en route to the port in Kent, southern England, on Saturday, with the port admitting ‘today is going to be very busy’ and the travelers being warned of the four-hour wait. The UK and France have been locked in a series …

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Truss to face ‘accidental escalation’ over hated Brexit bill as in May | Politics | New

Tory runner-up Liz Truss could face an ‘accidental escalation’ in Brexit talks with the EU as the more conservative wing of the Conservative Party could push her into a hardline stance, the broadcaster said. Salma Shah. Ms Truss upped the ante with the EU by pushing through Parliament the Northern …

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Britain begins post-Brexit finance ‘transformation’

UK seeks to preserve London’s financial position post-Brexit Regulators must focus on competitiveness, not just stability Capital rules for insurers will be relaxed to stimulate investment Zahawi suspends plan for greater government oversight of regulators LONDON, July 19 (Reuters) – Britain’s financial regulators will have to promote the global competitiveness …

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Best sites to watch Brexit: The Uncivil War – Last updated 16th July 2022 Read on to see all the sites where you can watch Brexit: The Uncivil War online right now. You can also see the cast, crew, plot and release date of Brexit: The Uncivil War on this …

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Brexit LIVE: EU ready for war! Von der Leyen creates “ammunition” to fight the plot of Liz Truss | Politics | New

Brexiteers leave the door wide open for ‘schoolboy’ Rishi Sunak as an ERG rift fractures support between pro-Brexit candidates. In an address to Number 10 on Tuesday, Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries and Brexit Opportunities Minister Jacob Rees-Mogg announced they would support Foreign Secretary Liz Truss in her leadership bid. Speaking …

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Johnson’s exit won’t change Brexit – POLITICO

POLITICO Contributing Editor Paul Taylor writes the “Europe At Large” column. PARIS — Europeans may be cheering the downfall of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, but there’s little reason to believe relations between London and Brussels will improve once their nemesis leaves Downing Street — except perhaps – be in …

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Brexit LIVE: The three Conservative Party candidates who will irritate Von der Leyen and the EU the most | Politics | New

Liz Truss, Kemi Badenoch and Suella Braverman have all been candid about the need to change the terms of the agreement with the European Union. Kemi Badenoch is a candidate who hopes to step into Boris’s shoes and, according to her former employer, she encouraged them to publicly support Brexit. …

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Brexit LIVE: Boris branded ‘serial liar’ in attack on EU status despite Kyiv grief | Politics | New

The Prime Minister announced on Thursday that he was stepping down after enduring several cabinet resignations. As Mr Johnson prepares to stay in power until a new Tory leader is announced in October, he has faced widespread criticism over his Brexit legacy. Last night Financial Times foreign affairs commentator Gideon …

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Brexit: Farmers suffer labor shortages as workers grapple with new Brexit visas | United Kingdom | New

Labor shortages have resulted in the loss of millions of pounds as crops go unharvested, in turn driving food inflation up to 20%, according to the agriculture sector. Not only is the issuance of post-Brexit seasonal work visas impacting farms, but the invasion of Ukraine also means there is a …

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Brexit news: Braverman blasts Remainer officials who can’t imagine ‘life outside the EU’ | Politics | New

Suella Braverman hailed the opportunities to cut red tape following Britain’s departure from the bloc. But she warned that some of the “biggest battles” she has faced over Brexit are with civil servants INSIDE government rather than fellow MPs in the House of Commons. The Brexiteer said she had seen …

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Brexit row over SNP’s independence vision amid Nicola Sturgeon’s final stand claim

THE SNP has claimed independence will allow Scotland to escape the ‘catastrophic impact’ of Brexit amid a suggestion that Nicola Sturgeon’s strategy could be his final roll of the dice. The Prime Minister has preempted Supreme Court action with the Lord Advocate asking the UK’s top justices to give an …

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iBanFirst heads to UK to resolve Brexit payment issues with Cornhill Buy

The pandemic has highlighted the importance of digitizing payment processes and combining strong foreign exchange (FX) risk management with technological know-how. With the UK’s exit from the EU, UK small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are facing difficulties making and receiving payments across Europe due to EU legislation. Banking big on …

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Brexit LIVE: Britain rushes as UK ‘outclasses’ EU | Politics | New

Former cabinet minister Andrew Mitchell has said Britain risks a trade war with the EU if it “brazenly breaks a solemn international treaty” via the Northern Ireland Protocol Bill. Mr Mitchell has expressed concern that the UK will ‘destroy’ its international reputation by approving legislation designed to deal with issues …

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Brexit LIVE: “Ineffective!” Red-faced Macron as France falls BEHIND Brexit Britain | World | New

Boris Johnson must “really” push Brexit forward if he wants to stay in government, Nigel Farage has suggested, referring to the ongoing election crisis. The longtime Brexiteer and pioneer of the movement to get the UK out of the EU has criticized Mr Johnson for pandering to Brussels’ demands during …

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Post-Brexit UK financial regulation: Ian McConnell: Tory feverish politics must remain insulated from this sober task

It was a relief to hear a loud and clear warning from the Treasury Committee last week about the UK government’s pursuit of an ‘international competitiveness’ goal for financial sector regulators after Brexit. . The cross-party committee warned “of the danger that the lessons of the financial crisis will be …

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As inflation soars, can Brexit still be Boris Johnson’s trump card? – POLITICS

WAKEFIELD, West Yorkshire – “I think it was frustration. Frustration with the lack of opportunities. Ben Morgan, a manufacturing pundit, tries to explain what may have led his hometown of Wakefield to elect a Tory MP in 2019, for the first time in over 80 years. “It was voting for …

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Brexit LIVE: ‘Massive wealth’ flows to UK – new statistics reveal where EU is lagging behind | Politics | New

Ursula von der Leyen’s vision of the EU as a significant military power has been dismissed by a prominent Brexiter – who pointed out that member states are still heavily dependent on British hardware for their security, six years after the Kingdom United has left the block. Professor Daniel Hodson …

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Beyond the sound and fury of Brexit, a legal quagmire awaits – POLITICO

LONDON — Boris Johnson has made up his mind on Brexit. Does Brussels have the legal firepower to make him think again? After presenting the controversial Northern Ireland Protocol Bill to the British Parliament on Monday, Britain is about to be dragged into a long and messy legal maze. Brussels …

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Fury as Government waters down post-Brexit food standards | Brexit

Animal welfare campaigners, food policy experts and farmers reacted with fury after the government watered down the standards of the post-Brexit trade deal in its food strategy, released on Monday. In a version of the strategy leaked to the Guardian on Friday, the government pledged to make it easier for …

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Boris Johnson faces rural fury over post-Brexit food strategy | Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson’s hopes of surviving as Prime Minister have been hit hard after farmers and environmentalists condemned his government’s post-Brexit food strategy as a disaster for rural dwellers – with less than two weeks to go until a key rural by-election. In an interview with the ObserverNational Farmers Union president …

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Brexit and Covid lockdowns are responsible for bad MDMA in the UK

It’s not just longer passport queues that are being blamed on Brexit, as researchers say the UK’s exit from the EU, along with Covid-19 lockdowns, caused a dramatic drop the quality of drugs. A new study found that the quality of MDMA, also known as ecstasy when in pill form, …

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Wizz Air flight cancellations blamed on BREXIT as boss slams immigration rules | Politics | New

József Váradi, founder and chief executive of the Hungarian low-cost airline, said Wizz Air had enough pilots and crew to operate properly, but pinned the ongoing travel chaos on the rules of post-Brexit immigration. He said: “There is a lack of staff in air traffic control management. There are not …

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How Brexit created political instability in Britain

British politics was turned upside down after the country voted in favor of Brexit in 2016, giving a major boost to Boris Johnson who had openly backed Britain’s exit from the European Union. Former Prime Minister David Cameron was forced to resign in July 2016 after Britain voted for Brexit …

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Brexit is grinding slow, but it’s grinding small, says Anita Pratap

Brexit mills grind slow, but they grind small. Reality is crushing the grandiose ambitions of “Global Britain”, slowly but surely. When people mortgage their house, you know their house is not in order. The fire sales of Britain’s Crown Jewels, its magnificent real estate acquired during its glorious days of …

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Brexit News: ‘Slap Britain in the face!’ Boris said to warn Biden to ‘step back’ in row | Politics | New

British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss will introduce a bill in the House of Commons next month that would see Britain tear up and roll back large parts of the hated Northern Ireland protocol. But the EU has warned the UK will face violent retaliation if it goes ahead with its …

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Brexit news: Remoaners get it wrong again as UK attracts record number of students | United Kingdom | New

GB News presenter Alex Phillips has slammed Brexit doom-mongers for being ‘wrong, and wrong again’ after the Remoaners suggested Britain was ‘raising the drawbridge to talent’. Ms Phillips praised Britain after a recent announcement revealed the world’s top 10 universities were “all British and American”, plus Swiss. By contrast, Ms …

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Tory devotion to ‘dear friend’ Modi speaks volumes about post-Brexit Britain in need | Nick Cohen

NOTarendra Modi and the Hindutva right are turning the world’s greatest democracy into the world’s ugliest democracy. Muslims are denied the security of full citizenship. The independence of India’s courts, civil service, electoral system and media has been horribly compromised as the Bharatiya Janata Party creates, if not a one-party …

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Number of international Brexit students in Britain to DOUBLE despite scare campaigns | United Kingdom | New

According to recent statistics, international applications to UK universities are expected to increase by nearly 50% over the next five years. The figures may surprise after recent reports suggest that the number of students admitted to Oxford University from EU countries has halved in the past five years, according to …

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