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Brexit news: UK accuses France of deceptive fishing actions | Politics | New

French Minister of the Sea, Annick Girardin, claimed that the French government sent key details of the license to the British government a few weeks ago. It comes as fishermen from Hauts-de-France, Brenton and Brittany have yet to obtain a license to fish in the UK’s 6 to 12 mile …

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“First Brexit, Now This” – Europe’s Perspective on England Reaching Euro 2020 Final

I admit that you, England, are playing the best football in the tournament; and that you, England, are going to win it. Am I saying this because Italians are too superstitious to write otherwise? Perhaps. Meet at Wembley. Holland “People say England are a typical Italian team” By Rob Fleur, …

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UK companies complain about labor shortage due to Brexit and pandemic | Voice of America

Since Britain voted five years ago to break with the European Union, there has been an exodus of workers from the EU from the country, which has accelerated since the pandemic struck, according to the reports. UK government figures. Many of the more than one million EU citizens who have …

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Industry Voice: Brexit: the 5-year itch

Five years after the Brexit vote in June 2016, the UK has experienced 3 prime ministers, a global health crisis, a divorce with the EU and an unprecedented fiscal and monetary intervention that has affected all asset classes. The pound, which fell to its lowest level in three decades after …

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Call for military to move goods to stores after driver shortage caused by Brexit and Covid, government said

The military is expected to be called in to distribute goods to supermarkets following a driver shortage caused by Brexit and Covid, the government has been told. Industry leaders warn of gaps in shelves due to an “unimaginable” collapse in supply chains triggered by a shortage of at least 60,000 …

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UK school ski trips to EU could be wiped out by Brexit visa rules | Brexit

School ski trips that depend on British staff to outfit their European winter camps could be wiped out by Brexit after it emerged they face the same hurdles as the music and theater industries. Just like rock groups and musical artists, monitors who work on the tracks in France, Italy …

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State aid will be more flexible and less bureaucratic after Brexit

July 3, 2021 reGREAT BRITAIN multiannual negotiations for the exit of the European Union, quarrels on heavy subjects (the statute of Northern Ireland) and minor (fishing rights and roaming charges) have never been far from the news. But for Brussels technocrats, one of the most worrying issues was one that …

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Brexit news – live: EU and UK reach ‘sausage war’ truce as Northern Ireland protocol grace period extended

Watch live Boris Johnson takes on Keir Starmer at PMQ A temporary deal has been reached to delay the ban on the sale of chilled meats across the Irish Sea, forcing the UK to abide by Brussels rules on food standards. The ministers believe that the agreement allows for further …

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Britain becomes easier place to do business after Brexit

Britain has become an easier place to do business after leaving the European Union, according to a set of international rankings. The UK has grown from 44 out of 77 countries to 53 in TMF Global Business Complexity Index 2021, in which a lower ranking reflects a simpler and more …

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UK East Timorese face loss of rights after Brexit | Timor-Leste

Thousands of East Timorese who fled the country in the 1990s could lose their right to work, rent a house or access the NHS in three days due to Brexit. Activists say that much of the estimated 15,000 population in the country does not understand that if they do not …

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