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Brexit news: Economist dismisses Remainer’s allegations of truck driver shortage | Politics | New

Julian Jessop was speaking after the issue received wide attention in recent weeks. Among those weighing in was the Labor outspoken himself, who tweeted last week: “The Transport Secretary says he would rather have shortages of truck drivers, and therefore food shortages in stores, rather than allowing more EU truck …

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Voice calls for Lord Frost to ‘reopen the Brexit deal’ due to complex bureaucracy

The journal supporting Brexit, the Express To sent a plea to Lord Frost and Ursula von der Leyen to reopen the Brexit deal after it was revealed that UK exporters were caught in a litany of bureaucracy. UK businesses could face up to 270 million new checks after the country …

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UK to reinstate animal testing for cosmetic ingredients after Brexit – POLITICO

LONDON – British authorities have launched plans to allow animal testing for ingredients used in cosmetics, breaking the ban on the practice that has been in place for more than two decades, animal welfare activists have warned. In 1998, the then Labor government banned animal testing of finished products and …

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Sue Perkins slammed ‘shameful’ treatment of Scotland amid Brexit fallout | Celebrity News | Show biz & TV

The actress and former “Great British Bake Off” presenter, 51, is best known for her on-screen partnership with Mel Giedroyc. The comedic double act, known as Mel and Sue, has been performing together since the 1990s before moving on to television presentation. However, the couple’s friendship was struck by major …

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Brexit news: Brits furious as Ireland is caught amid EU-UK squabble over bureaucracy | Politics | New

The UK and the EU have struggled to move the Northern Ireland Protocol forward, although they both agreed to the Northern Ireland Protocol in 2019 as part of the Withdrawal Agreement. Brexit. The protocol prevents a hard border in Ireland by keeping Northern Ireland in the EU’s single market for …

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Brexit Britain fuels a new generation of ‘game-changing’ technology | Sciences | New

Eutelsat Quantum: overview of the main characteristics of the satellite Ms Solloway was speaking after the launch of Eutelsat Quantum, which is supported by funding from the British Space Agency and built in Britain by Airbus at Portsmouth and Surrey Satellite Technology (SSTL) at Guildford, which is the first to …

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Brexit news: Ireland erupts amid EU-UK squabble over bureaucracy | Politics | New

Concerns over Northern Ireland’s protocol to avoid a hard border have caused massive friction between Brussels and London. But it’s Dublin that finds itself stuck in the middle of the row, juggling the delicate issue of the peace process and its unwavering commitment to EU membership. Its politicians say they …

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Boris Johnson news live: Latest Brexit updates as PM’s popularity plummets and bureaucracy hits UK manufacturing and vacations

Johnson’s refusal to seize missed opportunity, says Sturgeon Boris Johnson’s popularity has plummeted in recent weeks as Tory voters have grown more pessimistic about the UK’s leadership, according to a new poll. Ipsos Mori’s research found that the prime minister’s personal ratings were at their lowest since October, with just …

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UK’s chronic worker shortage blamed on COVID and, of course, Brexit

On the outskirts of the Scottish town of Kirkcaldy is a series of new houses nearing completion. There are two large banners pinned to the perimeter fence with a cell phone number: “Bricklayers Required”. Rather than prices or availability dates, the most visible sign for passing drivers speaks of one …

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The British aviation industry, affected by the Covid

Transportation updates Sign up for myFT Daily Digest to be the first to know about transport news. British aviation is struggling to cope with the burden of the new red tape brought about by Brexit, exacerbating the problems of an industry disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic. Charter and freight airlines …

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