Brexit

British ministers accused of ‘dodging’ tough compromises in post-Brexit trade deals

Ministers are “dodging” the tough compromises needed to protect UK environmental and agricultural standards when signing international trade deals, according to the head of the government’s Independent Trade and Agriculture Commission. Tim Smith’s intervention came as the government failed to respond to its panel findings released in March before the …

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Brexit news: Priti Patel’s radical new immigration plan soars through Commons | Politics | New

MPs voted 366 to 265 to pass the Nationality and Borders Bill at second reading. The Minister of the Interior believes that the new legislation will help put an end to the migrants who cross the Channel daily from France. Yesterday, at least 430 people, including women and young children, …

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Car dealers import vehicles from Japan after Brexit

Some car dealers in Ireland are now importing vehicles from Japan rather than Britain due to a VAT hike caused by Brexit. According to the Society of the Irish Motor Industry, three out of four cars sold in Ireland are used. The market is made up of Irish trade and …

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The frontrunner for the BBC’s best news post spoke out against Boris Johnson and Brexit in now deleted tweets

In December 2019, referring to a colleague’s post that ‘Black Britons’ were’ genuinely considering leaving the UK due to the level of racism, especially if Boris Johnson wins’, she added that: ‘ It won’t be a surprise. to people who experience this reality every day, and admitting my shock, I …

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The absence of a ban on single-use plastics in England, a “breach of the Brexit promise”

M The inisters have been accused by activists of failing to keep their Brexit promise to ensure that UK environmental standards do not drop after the divorce with Brussels. European Union member states are currently legislating to introduce a Brussels directive banning the most polluting single-use plastics, including polystyrene cutlery, …

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Brexit news: European Union’s attempt to plunder City of London industry fails | Politics | New

Brussels failed to harm Britain’s major economic industries after Brexit, Lord Powell said. Margaret Thatcher’s former adviser told Chubb the City of London has resisted threats from the European Union since Brexit. He pointed out that there were more people working in the small square mile of the City of …

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What Goldman’s Global CEO thinks about Brexit, city rules and July 19

Goldman Sachs International chief executive Richard Gnodde would gladly accept a match against unnecessary rules for the city after Brexit. But what would his list do? “Duplication, unnecessary reporting, excessive reporting,” Gnodde said BBC Radio 4 today program July 16. “Let’s do what we need to do to have effective …

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Brexit border issues fuel tension in Northern Ireland at the start of the marching season

A point of personal privilege. Of Independent: Sunday at noon, exactly 100 years to the day of the truce between the forces of the Crown and the Irish volunteers, the village of Lixnaw paid tribute to the men and women of the locality who contributed to the struggle for the …

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Deidre Brock: Brexit risks Thatcher-level ‘devastation’ for Scotland

COASTAL communities could “face the same devastation” Thatcher inflicted on Scotland’s industrial heartland in the 1980s, MPs have heard. The demand came as MPs across the UK and the political spectrum relayed the chaos caused to their constituencies by the Brexit bureaucracy, labor shortages, cost increases, quotation confusion and more. …

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Small businesses believe UK ‘brand’ is strengthened by Brexit

Six months after Brexit, researchers found that nearly two-thirds of UK small and medium-sized businesses believe Brexit has strengthened the UK brand. At the same time, the same number of business leaders said they were focused on winning domestic customers in the coming year. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have …

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