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FN25: Xavier Rolet on the fight against Brexit and the future of London

As part of our 25th anniversary celebrations, Financial News featured 25 of the city’s most influential people of the past quarter century. Here’s why Xavier Rolet made the cut. When Xavier Rolet speaks, the world of finance takes notice. As chief executive of the London Stock Exchange Group during the …

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War in Ukraine makes it urgent to improve UK-EU trade relations

A resident evacuates the town of Irpin, Ukraine. The war in Ukraine has made it urgent to improve trade relations between the UK and the bloc. Photo; Aris Messinis/AFP via Getty Images The escalating conflict in Ukraine has “highlighted” the importance for Britain and the European Union of working closely …

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Brexit Britain to release ‘advanced weapon’ after £800m injection ‘It’s huge’ | Politics | News

The Advanced Research and Invention Agency (ARIA) was championed by Dominic Cummings while in government, and is seen as a key initiative for the future of the UK economy. The new policy, which has seen an investment of £800m from the government, promises a new way of tackling global issues …

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Keir Starmer’s Brexit U-turn takes the public for fools

Sir Keir Starmer was presumably optimistic that his latest statement on Brexit – that there is now ‘no case’ for Britain to join the European Union – would settle the problem within his party , or at least allow him to draw a line under his previous, electorally calamitous, mistake …

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EU hands olive branch to Britain after Brexit – bid to lead new security council

European leaders are considering asking Britain to lead a new security organization to counter future geopolitical challenges, in a bid to put post-Brexit tensions behind them. Proposals for a “European Security Council” are drawn up by Germany, the Netherlands and Poland to bring “Britain back into the fold” of major …

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Explainer: What Northern Ireland’s political unrest means for the Brexit deal

Northern Ireland’s First Minister Paul Givan leaves after the DUP Central Executive Committee meeting to ratify the leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) nominate Sir Jeffrey Donaldson as leader of the party, in Templepatrick, Northern Ireland on 26 June 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne Join now for FREE unlimited access to …

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NFU President: Farmers are pawns in Brexit negotiations | Agriculture

The chairman of the National Farmers’ Union has accused the government of using UK food producers as a ‘pawn’ in post-Brexit trade deals. Minette Batters, who has led the organization representing British farmers since 2018, said ‘the world’s most prized food market’ had been ‘handed over for nothing’ by ministers, …

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What are the issues and opportunities facing UK operators?

Five and a half years have passed since the UK voted to withdraw from the European Union. After an extended period in regulatory limbo, followed by an 11-month transition period, labeling challenges and opportunities are increasingly presenting themselves to UK food operators. “As far as legislation is concerned, on the …

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Brexit rethink in sight?

Roberta Metsola 14-01-2022MAURICE BRAMBATTI The big prize rests on Maltese MEP Roberta Metsola to become the next President of the European Parliament and it could lead the way in the UK to try to renegotiate his position in Europe as Metsola is said to be a big fan of Britain. …

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Brexit – finding the right balance

[ad_1] Sir, – David O’Flanagan is kind enough to respond to my suggestion that perhaps we could better disagree on Brexit (Letters, January 1). On at least one subject, I can reassure him. I’m not at all ‘saddened’ to hear that many people share Fintan O’Toole’s ‘shrewd analysis’ on Brexit …

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Brexit news: UK to overtake all other G7 economies in 2022 – beating US and Germany | United Kingdom | News

[ad_1] Boris Johnson: Brexit will fix ‘broken’ British economic model Goldman Sachs economists predicted the UK economy to jump 4.8% next year, significantly exceeding the 3.5% forecast for the United States, 4% for Germany and 4.4% for the United States. behemoths of the European Union, France and Italy. In a …

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Brendan Hughes: Brexit, Covid and Van Morrison – the political year that was 2021 – Brendan Hughes

[ad_1] In future history books, this will likely be known simply as the second year of the coronavirus pandemic. But aside from restrictions, R-numbers, variants, and vaccinations, 2021 has had a lot to do politically in Northern Ireland. And Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year when we …

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Macron accuses UK of breaking its word on Brexit and fishing | France

[ad_1] Relations between France and Britain are strained because the current British government is breaking its word, President Emmanuel Macron said. Macron accused London of breaking their word on Brexit and fishing licenses, but said France was willing to re-engage in good faith and called for a “British re-engagement” on …

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Brexit: commentator John Rentoul will host “ask me anything” on Anglo-French relations

[ad_1] BOris Johnson has claimed that Brexit was finally ‘done’ just under a year ago, when the trade deal was struck which replaced the transitional arrangements on January 1 of this year. The Department for Exiting the European Union was dissolved and ministers were ordered to stop using the B …

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Understanding Lord Frost is understanding the British approach to Brexit

[ad_1] December 4, 2021 A CHOICE OF VISITORS a newspaper at the Eurostar terminal would be puzzled. Why, five years after the Brexit referendum and two years after agreeing on an exit treaty, are the British still arguing over the same thorny issues of customs, subsidies and the courts? Why, …

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GBP / USD looks south towards 1.3350 amid Brexit woes, ahead of UK PMI

[ad_1] GBP / USD starts to fall again after rejecting above 1.3400. The woes of Brexit, the stable dollar weighs on the cable, with all eyes on UK / US PMIs. The 4H technical setup remains in favor of GBP bears. GBP / USD is trading slightly below 1.3400, having …

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Brexit Britain wins as Boris breaks ties with China and outshines EU with bold new energy initiative | Sciences | New

[ad_1] There are plans to restart domestic production of super strong magnets used in electric vehicles and wind turbines with government support, insiders said. A government-funded feasibility study is due for release on Friday, outlining steps the UK needs to take to restart production of rare earth permanent magnets, the …

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‘Brexit cannot fail’ GB News host in scathing blow to Remainers over catastrophic forecast | Politics | New

[ad_1] GB News presenter insisted ‘Brexit cannot fail’ despite continued attempts by Remain activists to link Britain’s economic and logistical struggles with the UK’s departure from the European Union . Mark Dolan argued that independence obtained by London with Brexit would grant the country more freedom compared to EU member …

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How 2021 turned out to be beauty’s toughest year yet

[ad_1] By Becky Bargh 26-Oct-2021 Regulatory Almost a year since Britain severed ties with its neighbors in the European Union, or regained control of its destiny, as Boris Johnson has said, Cosmetics Business is investigating the reality of Brexit and how Covid-19 eclipsed its impact EU and Britain succeeded in …

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Brexit: why some fear a split between Poland and the European Union

[ad_1] Poland will be the center of European attention this week, with Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki addressing the European Parliament and leaders at a European Union summit that is expected to grapple with a legal conundrum created by a recent decision of the Polish Constitutional Court. Some opponents of the …

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Brexit news: Trade war would make huge dent in EU as £ 250bn in UK sales threatened | Politics | New

[ad_1] Former Brexit Party MEP criticizes EU over Northern Irish border Last week, European Commission Vice-President Maros Sefcovic presented the UK with a package of measures to address post-Brexit trade concerns in Northern Ireland. These included the elimination of 80% of regulatory controls and the reduction of customs processes on …

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Brexit news: LibDem Lembit Öpik admits he would now vote QUIT | Politics | New

[ad_1] The shocking admission came as the former Montgomeryshire MP criticized the bloc for its ‘shameful’ behavior on the Brexit negotiation process and its decision to block supplies of vital vaccines amid the coronavirus pandemic. Mr Öpik said: “I voted to stay on a marginal appeal. “But since that vote …

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Energy crisis, a new pandemic that can darken the future of the people

[ad_1] The world is going through a phase where the energy crisis presents itself as a possible obstacle to the growth of economies, a threat to inflation and a means of reducing the heat of winters. The coal crisis and the decline in the production of renewable resources add fuel …

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EU must be ready to send Brexit aid to Britain, says former Finnish PM

[ad_1] The European Union must stand ready to send aid to Britain when it is crippled by food and supply shortages due to Brexit, the former Finnish PM has said. Alexander Stubb, who unsuccessfully ran for the presidency of the European Commission in 2019, said the EU should help a …

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Brexit news: Tired businessman drops Polish supplier over Brexit customs chaos | Politics | New

[ad_1] Caller Mike, who works in the clothing supply business, explained that post-Brexit red tape meant his regular Polish supplier was struggling to ship products to him from the European Union. Speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live, Mike said: “I work for a clothing supply company and we have businesses …

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President Kenyatta Says Multilateralism Is Key To Addressing Global Challenges »Capital News

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, October 5 – President Uhuru Kenyatta called for enhanced multilateral cooperation to address pressing global challenges such as climate change, financial crises and global security. At the same time, the president expressed his fears about unequal access to Covid-19 vaccines, saying that true multilateralism should fully embrace the …

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Brexit News: Leftovers rage as Facebook, Whatsapp and Instagram all crash in UK | United Kingdom | New

[ad_1] Facebook and its affiliate services like Whatsapp and Instagram are reporting serious blackouts that have affected hundreds of millions of people. Many people have taken to Twitter to express their frustration, and some say the fault lies with Brexit. Of those who have taken to Twitter, which has not …

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Brexit-tired Britain finds itself in new crisis with Brexit overtones

[ad_1] LONDON – Few things are more likely to cringe in Downing Street than the provisional winner of an inconclusive German election declaring that Brexit is the reason Britons are lining up at gas stations like in 1974. But there was Olaf Scholz, the leader of the Social Democratic Party, …

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British academics leave UK over Brexit

[ad_1] Brexit is pushing UK academics out of the country, according to academics who cited future opportunities for research funding and networks as key motivators. The increase in the number of European Union scholars flowing from the UK is a well-documented trend, with the latest available data suggesting that almost …

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Mercedes takes a stake in a European battery company

Mercedes-Benz is seeking to achieve its “Electric Only” objective by acquiring a stake in Automotive Cells Company, or ACC, a European-based battery company organized by Stellantis. Mercedes-Benz is looking to expand its battery production to meet its “electric only” target as the end of the decade approaches. As part of …

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Brexit news: Michel Barnier slaps Clément Beaune for not understanding Brexit | Politics | New

[ad_1] The former Brexit negotiator said Eurocrats must learn from the British vote to leave the Brussels project. As part of his pitch to become France’s next president, he said there are many “things that are not working in the European Union” and that he will change them. In a …

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Brexit, Covid slows down cross-Channel motorsport

[ad_1] As vintage vehicles of all shapes and sizes from the last century roared around the Goodwood racing circuit in England this past weekend, something took hold of seasoned observers: far fewer European cars and drivers. Meanwhile, historic racing events on the European continent have seen a dramatic drop in …

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Brexit news: Alastair Campbell’s Rejoiner rejoices as he blames UK fuel crisis on leaving EU | Politics | New

[ad_1] BP announces the closure of gas stations in a press release BP is considering rationing deliveries of petrol and diesel fuel to forecourts across the UK to ensure supplies don’t run out. The British oil and gas giant has met with the government and raised concerns over the inability …

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EU hopes to resolve Brexit trade concerns in Northern Ireland by the end of the year | The powerful 790 KFGO

[ad_1] By Philippe Blenkinsop BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union hopes to resolve Northern Ireland’s trade woes by the end of the year, the EU’s post-Brexit coordinator said on Tuesday, while warning London against unilateral suspension of the terms of the divorce agreement. European Commission Vice-President Maros Sefcovic, who oversees …

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Brexit LIVE: That’s what we left for! ‘Prime engine’ Britain to eclipse EU in new race for power | Politics | New

[ad_1] UK-US trade deal: tech tax impact discussed by expert Marco Alverà said the flexibility of Brexit gives the UK the ‘first-come’ advantage. He added: “Here [in the EU] we have to agree on incentives with a lot of people. “We have to make carbon border adjustments with a lot …

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Submarine deal gives post-Brexit Britain its moment on the world stage

[ad_1] LONDON – As relations between France and the United States sink to their lowest level in decades, Britain has become the unlikely winner of a maritime security alliance that has sown anger and recriminations on three continents. The British government played an early role in negotiating a three-way alliance …

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FNM S p A: Unaudited pro forma consolidated statement of comprehensive income as of December 31, 2020 of FNM

[ad_1] Società per Azioni Milan headquarters – Piazzale Cadorna, 14 Social Capital € 230,000,000.00 iv Unaudited pro forma consolidated statement of accounts Overall income for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2020 of FNM SpA FNM Group This document has been prepared by FNM SpA, on a voluntary basis, exclusively …

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EXCLUSIVE Britain no longer in top 10 for trade with Germany as Brexit bites

[ad_1] German imports from UK plunge 11% in first six months Falling trade volumes bring Great Britain out of the “Top Ten” Small businesses can’t afford the extra burden of customs checks British companies are worse off than Germans – Chamber of Commerce BERLIN, September 8 (Reuters) – Britain is …

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How Brexit Saved Jack Grealish, Jadon Sancho & Ben White $ 300 Million

[ad_1] English midfielder Jadon Sancho (R) celebrates with English striker Jack Grealish (L) after … [+] scoring their second goal during the international friendly soccer match between England and Republic of Ireland at Wembley Stadium in north London on November 12, 2020. (Photo by Nick Potts / POOL / AFP) …

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How has data protection compliance changed?

[ad_1] Freelance business and tech journalist Graham Jarvis explores how data protection compliance changed after Brexit Do GDPR terms still apply to UK based organizations? Although much of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been incorporated into UK law, it is still important to consider what has …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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Dow Jones closes above 35,000 as stocks extend rally

[ad_1] Text size The Snap messaging app reported an outstanding set of results on Thursday. Photograph by Daniel Acker / Bloomberg Economic optimism helped US stocks rise for a fourth straight session on Friday, with all three major indices closing at record highs. the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 239 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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Soho House goes public: 5 things to know about the elite members’ club before its IPO

[ad_1] Soho House wants investors to join the club – sort of. The Private Members’ Club, which operates clubs, hotels and other venues that cater to glitz around the world, has applied to go public after nearly three decades since the program began in London in 1995. Soho House has …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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Global Wheat Flour Market (2021-2026)

[ad_1] DUBLIN, July 9, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The “Wheat Flour Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunities, and Forecast 2021-2026” report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global wheat flour market has reached a value of US $ 160 billion in 2020. Wheat flour is currently one …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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CGS-CIMB: Bursa Malaysia Derivatives overnight trading to attract more international traders | Money

[ad_1] A night view of Kuala Lumpur during the Movement Control Order (MCO) on April 8, 2020. – Photo by Choo Choy May KUALA LUMPUR, July 6 – Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Bhd’s decision to initiate the overnight trading session outside of business hours (T + 1) is likely to attract …

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State aid will be more flexible and less bureaucratic after Brexit

[ad_1] 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 …

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Britain becomes easier place to do business after Brexit

[ad_1] 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 …

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CSR: Why are collaborations essential to better rebuild

[ad_1] In the recent past, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Build Back Better strategy to reduce the risks posed by future disasters for vulnerable communities in post-disaster recovery. The concept has gained prominence in the wake of the new coronavirus crisis since 2020, once all of us across …

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Public procurement reforms offer clue to Britain after Brexit

[ad_1] June 26, 2021 ” NOTO PURCHASE, NO lawyers, no meetings, no delays please, just send immediately, ”wrote Dominic Cummings, Boris Johnson’s chief assistant at the time, as he sent a grant of £ 530,000 ( $ 740,000) to researchers at the onset of the pandemic. Those who feared Brexit …

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Brexit Britain poised to tear up ‘unnecessary’ EU laws – new report | Politics | New

[ad_1] The UK’s Task Force for Innovation, Growth and Regulatory Reform has released a report on how Britain can seize its new regulatory freedom vis-à-vis the European Union. The group, chaired by former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith, made around 100 recommendations to the prime minister. They include ways to …

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why the projections of the EU-Mercosur deal are unreliable – Jeronim Capaldo and Özlem Ömer

[ad_1] The EU-Mercosur agreement, the negotiations of which ended a year ago, is waiting to be signed and ratified. They shouldn’t be in a hurry. Jerome Capaldo As policymakers weigh their options after a devastating year, trade “liberalization” has been touted as a cost-free route to economic recovery. Yet with …

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The truth about post-Brexit trade deals

[ad_1] Another week, another row between the British government and the European Union over the details of December’s rushed work on a cooperation deal between the two. This one was conspicuously on the sausages. Really, however, it is a reminder that the ‘Irish question’ will not go away. It should …

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G7 summit news – live: Boris Johnson denies Brexit loophole ruined Cornwall event

[ad_1] Joe and Jill Biden meet the Queen at Windsor Castle Prime Minister Boris Johnson has denied that Brexit has cast a shadow over the G7 summit as the Cornwall event draws to a close. Asked at a press conference whether Brexit created a ‘bitter taste’ at the summit, Mr …

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Boris meets Macron, Merkel and EU leaders as Brexit threatens to derail G7 summit

[ad_1] Boris Johnson is speaking with key European Union players this morning as the dispute over Northern Ireland’s post-Brexit trade deals threatened to derail his hosting of the G7 summit. The Prime Minister met French President Emmanuel Macron and will soon have bilateral talks with European Commission Chief Ursula von …

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Pros, rookie, Brexit man and new heavyweight: the G-7 guide

[ad_1] (Bloomberg) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is trying to create the perfect picture of Britain’s Group of Seven summit chairing a united global effort to fight Covid and climate change, but the optics of these rallies have always been unpredictable. These events are all about these lenses – …

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UK-EU ‘sausage war’ talks generate threats, not progress

[ad_1] Britain and the European Union failed on Wednesday to agree on solutions to facilitate post-Brexit trade with Northern Ireland and exchanged threats in a deadlock that could darken an international summit on weekend. Since Britain completed its torturous exit from the EU late last year, relations with Brussels have …

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Brexit Britain may soon have a new best friend in Germany

[ad_1] John Seymour Chaloner, a 21-year-old major of the Westminster Dragoons, requisitioned office space and recruited a former Wehrmacht radio operator called Rudolf Augstein to create an unfettered weekly magazine. Chaloner tolerated blunt reporting even when a first edition accused British authorities of providing starvation rations to Ruhr workers. The …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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‘The Republic should have been our friend’ in the Brexit talks

[ad_1] Northern Ireland (NI) Agriculture Minister Edwin Poots criticized the Irish government, accusing it of failing to support NI during Brexit negotiations. Talk on BBC Radio Ulster Farming Matters Tuesday, May 25, Poots said the Northern Ireland protocol was “not feasible”, adding that he was currently in talks with the …

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Latest Brexit: You can’t replace us! French expert mocks trade deals with UK | Politics | New

[ad_1] International Trade Secretary Liz Truss has been interested in deals with countries outside the bloc, including Australia, New Zealand and India, since the UK officially severed relations with the bloc. EU last December. She said this week that the UK has also set its sights on a post-Brexit deal …

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Poots calls for alternative control regime after Brexit

[ad_1] New Democratic Unionist Party leader Edwin Poots has suggested that post-Brexit checks on goods from Britain in the north could be carried out far from the Irish Sea and the border. Insisting he was “totally opposed” to a hard border on the island of Ireland, the Lagan Valley MP …

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Brexit: Free trade deal with Australia could endanger UK livelihoods, farmer groups warn | Economic news

[ad_1] Farmer groups have warned that a proposed free trade deal with Australia could put livelihoods at risk. The concerns come as the Prime Minister chaired a meeting of senior ministers to discuss the impact of tariff removal on imported Australian products, including beef and lamb. The meeting follows tensions …

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Pound faces uphill battle to recover pre-Brexit levels against the dollar

[ad_1] By Joice Alves, Saikat Chatterjee LONDON (Reuters) – Five years after the 2016 referendum hit it hard, the pound is less than ten cents below its pre-Brexit exchange rate against the dollar. But catching up with that last stretch of land could prove difficult. FILE PHOTO: Bundles of sterling …

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Publish-Brexit disruption sees Britain’s commerce with EU fall off cliff

[ad_1] Enterprise Britain’s financial system shrank nearly 3% in January, as commerce with the European Union fell off a cliff within the wake of Brexit, official figures have revealed. Friday March 12, 2021, 8:40 a.m. Gross home product (GDP) fell 2.9 % per 30 days in January, reversing a 1.2 …

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Final Brexit: Sturgeon’s dream of independence is crushed as Boris prepares to take management of freeports | Politics | Information

[ad_1] Scottish Commerce Minister Ivan McKee wrote to the Treasury final week requesting two fully-funded websites from the bidding port authorities. He initially rejected UK coverage, which led to disagreements over Scottish authorities calls for to rename Freeports ‘inexperienced ports’, in addition to the small print of the tax breaks …

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