Brexit

For the first time since Brexit, the value of luxury homes in central London has increased every year

A top-notch real estate price measure in central London has seen annual growth for the first time since the UK voted for Brexit in 2016. Although it rose only 0.3% in May compared to the same period last year, the first annual gain in five years underscores just how much …

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School trips to UK from EU could be cut in half as Brexit hits cultural exchanges | School trips

French and German educational tour operators bringing up to 750,000 schoolchildren to the UK each year have warned that stricter entry requirements after Brexit would likely halve the number of young Europeans visiting Britain. “We have already seen a sharp drop in interest,” said Edward Hisbergues, sales manager of leading …

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Is Wetherspoon’s Tim Martin Really Right About Post-Brexit Migration?

TMuch cheerfully, Tim Martin, president of Wetherspoon and campaigner for a hard Brexit, now wants to facilitate the work of European Union workers in his ubiquitous advertising chain of some 925 establishments. “If only there was a way to do it,” and “Tim Martin is going to be very annoyed …

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UK Small Businesses Fight Post-Brexit Obstacles To Doing Business In Europe | Company | Economic and financial news from a German point of view | DW

It was billed as the rebirth of British business – a chance to build a better business future, without costly bureaucracy. But Brexit is proving far from profitable for many British small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Overwhelmed by red tape, taxes and exorbitant additional costs, some have to close their …

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Brexit News – Live: £ 113bn wiped out of UK service exports as thousands risk missing residency deadline

Daily political briefing today A staggering £ 113 billion has been wiped out of UK services exports in the wake of Brexit – even before the sector was excluded from the final trade deal, new research shows. The IT and finance industries to business and professional services are among the …

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“We have to laugh”: an art exhibition on Brexit arrives in Paris | Art

The winners of a cross-Channel competition for amateur artists to get rid of the Brexit blues went to Paris. I Love You, Moi Non Plus attracted over 400 submissions including paintings, illustrations, photographs, music and writings aimed at exploring the new Franco-British relationship. Many entries featured the Union flag and …

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Brexit news: Trade deal could WITHDRAW on Boris and give Sturgeon a deadly new weapon | Politics | New

The UK’s negotiating team – led by International Trade Secretary Liz Truss – aims to secure a post-Brexit trade deal with Australia ahead of the G7 summit in Cornwall on June 11. sparked a backlash from farmers, who warned they were threatened by a wave of meat imports from Australia …

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Brexit: EU “takes advantage” to divide UK – former MEP sounds the alarm | Politics | New

The UK and the EU are locked in a dispute over trade relations in Northern Ireland and there does not appear to be an end in sight to the dispute. Problems persist over the implementation of the Northern Ireland Protocol – a mechanism created to prevent a hard physical land …

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Brexit: David Frost asks Scotland to inform UK of any contact with EU

The UK government has been accused of “awkward control-freakery” after a letter sent to decentralized nations insisted that London be made aware of any contact with the EU. In his letter, Cabinet Secretary David Frost, who has never won a democratic election, demanded that he be informed of any contact …

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Brexit news: Lord Frost dismounts in furious letter to devolved nations | Politics | New

In a letter to the Scottish and Welsh governments, he said Cardiff and Edinburgh should keep the UK involved in all contacts decentralized governments have with EU institutions. Lord Frost said they should keep the “UK government informed” of the “content” of all meetings senior officials and ministers have with …

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