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U.K. Flight Regulator Faces Brexit Test as 737 Approval LoomsBritain's aviation regulator, granted new powers in the Brexit split, faces an early test of how it uses them with the looming return of Boeing Co.'s 737 Max jetliner.

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Three post-Brexit opportunities for procurement and supply chainsThe Brexit debate is over with the UK and EU finally agreeing on the trade and cooperation terms after Brexit.

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Leading musicians criticise Government over Brexit deal's impact on touringSir Elton John, Roger Waters and Ed Sheeran are among the leading music industry figures who have criticised the Governments Brexit deal for not including visa-free travel for musicians.

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Brexit has driven 2,500 finance jobs and €170bn to France, says bank governorBank of France chief claims 50 British entities have moved over the Channel, while Dublin, Amsterdam and Frankfurt have also benefited.

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Trade unions, fringe parties, and the benefits of BrexitDeparting General Secretary of UNISON, Dave Prentis, joins Christopher Hope on this week's Chopper's Politics to talk about how paying frontline workers a decent wage would be a better "thank you" than any honour, and why he thinks it was a mistake not to speak out about Labour infighting.

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Government can't solve musicians' Brexit problemsOnly the frazzled people sorting out the small print of the Brexit deal in late December will really know what happened.

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Defra sets up £23m fund for UK seafood exporters hit by BrexitEach firm can claim up to £100,000 from food and environment ministry for losses due to trade deal.

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Court Room DramaLarge backlogs in criminal courts means some crimes from last year, will not go before a jury until 2022.

BrexitCast Shared .

UK confirms post-Brexit review of employment lawsMinister Kwasi Kwarteng says EUs working time directive will be in scope of review.

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EU threatens to lock City of London out of bloc in outrage at Rishi Sunak's Brexit plansBRUSSELS has today warned against Britain's plan to use Brexit to regulate the City of London.

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Brexit Border Trouble Deepens as Key Customs System Is Maxed OutA key U.K. government customs system has been overwhelmed within weeks of Brexit and threatens to trigger more disruption as freight traffic rebounds.

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They say Brexit means Brexit, but what does it mean for Newcastle's music industry?Since the UKs post-Brexit travel rules came into force on January 1st, there have been heightened levels of uncertainty around how UK and EU musicians will be affected.

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Ineos: Scrapped Bridgend 4x4 plant plans 'not down to Brexit'Ineos had planned to build a new factory in Bridgend but moved production to mainland Europe.

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MPs consider 'genocide clause' to post-Brexit trade bill"It would make it harder for them to strike trade deals with not very nice Francesco Rizzuto discusses why MPs are considering adding a 'genocide clause' to a post-Brexit trade bill."

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Gibraltar could yet face no-deal Brexit, chief minister warnsFabian Picardo says treaty allowing Gibraltar to join Schengen should not be given for granted..

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Wales and Scotland to take legal action against Boris' Brexit trade planTHE Scottish Government is considering partnering with the Welsh government to challenge Boris Johnson's Brexit law which outlines how domestic trade will work after Brexit.

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UK and EU27 citizens in the UK to remain part of EP Communication programmesCredit: Unsplash) This article is brought to you in association with the European Parliament. The European Parliament reaffirms its will to continue to engage with young generations of UK citizens...

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Meat left rotting at border over Brexit red tapeMeat has been left rotting at the borders as businesses are swamped by Brexit red tape.

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Brexit: Paperwork 'horror' sparks anger from hauliersThe director of a haulage company says he has seen journey times treble due to EU red tape since Brexit.

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Brexit leaves UK's biggest fish market ‘like ghost town', as Eurostar under threatFollow all the latest developments.

The Independent Shared .

King's World: we got this podcast: Anand Menon on Brexit and beyondProfessor Anand Menon discusses the impacts of the Brexit deal, and what challenges lie ahead for the UK beyond Brexit on the 'King's World: we got this' podcast.

UK in a Changing Europe Shared .

Brussels warns UK over 'light touch' regulation of City after BrexitFinacial Services Commissioner warns that market access to UK firms will only come if Government divulges plans to diverge from EU rules.

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Labour Party is unelectable!And when looking at their copy of the FT, they might have another chuckle when they see the face of the Labour Party leader, Keir Starmer, staring back at them with his usual 'rabbit stuck in the headlights with no clue what to do' look about him.

Jeff Taylor Shared .

Barnier moves to special adviser as A efAeoviAe to become point man on BrexitChief negotiator’s appointment will last until formal ratification of the trade agreement.

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UK, US should respect EU autonomy over China, top envoy saysEU-China investment deal just one tool in blocs relationship with China, says EUs ambassador to the UK.

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BrexitanniaBBC style Bitesize Revision GCSE Subject: History Topic: INDEPENDENT KINGDOM OF BREXITANNIA 2021  2034 Module 6.

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Brexit: Paperwork 'horror' sparks anger from hauliersRed tape and new processes saw one six-hour trip from Crawley to Paris take 22 hours, one boss says.

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Business secretary confirms post-Brexit review of UK workers' rightsThe business secretary has confirmed his department is reviewing how EU employment rights protections could be changed after Brexit, while insisting they will not be watered down.

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Brexit Britain: Government Confirms Employment Rights "Under Review."A Poster That Has Not Worn Well. For Perry Anderson, a founder of New Left Review, and a professor at the University of California, " for all its woeful superior to this lacquered synarchy" of the European Union.

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The UK government should still be cutting corporation tax, not raising itCorporation tax hikes are apparently back on the agenda for the March Budget, with the Financial Times suggesting that the Chancellor believes it would be fair to ask businesses for more after taxpayer support during pandemic.

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UK stars launch attack on government for failing to secure visa-free travel for artists post-BrexitSting and Sir Elton John among the more than 1,000 signatories to a letter accusing the government of 'shamefully failing' artists.

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Brexit was a typically English revolutionOur ruling class is expert in maintaining a myth of continuity, and absorbing supporters from the ranks of the aggrieved, says Guardian columnist Rafael Behr.

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Brexit has driven 2,500 finance jobs and a‚¬170bn to France, says bank governorBank of France chief claims ‘50 British entities' have moved over the Channel, while Dublin, Amsterdam and Frankfurt have also benefited.

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Anand Menon: Brexit and Beyond reportAnand Menon explains that the need for social science to play a role in informing public and political debates is as great if not greater than ever, now that the UK is embarking on a new course after Brexit.

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Dan Wincott: Brexit and the unionDan Wincott, one of the authors of our # explains how this report is an essential guide to the issues that will dominate and shape the future of the UK.

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Stellantis's Future in U.K. Hinges on Post-Brexit Supply IssuesStellantis NV, the owner of Vauxhall and Opel plants in the U.K., will decide in the coming weeks on the future of those factories after freezing investments for months due to Brexit-related uncertainties.

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Paula Surridge: Brexit and public opinionDeputy Director Paula Surridge explains that even with Brexit done, the long term differences which were crystallised around the EU referendum vote and the period of political turbulence since, will undoubtedly shape British politics.

UK in a Changing Europe Shared .

More than 100 music stars attack Brexit dealSome of Britain's biggest musical stars, including Sir Elton John and Sir Simon Rattle, have accused the government of "shamefully failing" the country's performers with its Brexit deal.

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UK minister blames coronavirus, ‘not Brexit' for Northern Ireland shortagesSupermarket chains have pointed the finger at Brexit, warning that thinly stocked shelves in Northern Ireland stores will only grow barer unless British and EU trade officials urgently agree to simplify border checks.

Politico Shared .

Immediate impact of Brexit "quite minor" say architectsThe immediate impact of Brexit has been limited according to UK-based architects, but they fear that winning work and recruiting staff in the European Union will now become harder.

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Brexit: NI secretary 'like emperor with no clothes'Edwin Poots hits back after Brandon Lewis claimed trade disruption was caused by the pandemic, not Brexit.

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Brexit just the beginning! Boris handed perfect way to destroy Labour in North for goodBREXIT should kickstart a radical agenda to transform communities across northern England and make them Conservative strongholds, the MP for Britain's most marginal constituency has told Express.co.uk.

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Brexit LIVE: Boris rages at EU's trade deal extension demand: 'You have reasonable time! 'BORIS JOHNSON has issued a warning to the EU that the Brexit deal signed between the two sides last month must be ratified by February 28.

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Brexit: Fury as meat being left to rot at border because of paperworkSeafood lorries parked outside government offices in Victoria Street, central London as the industry protested against being "tied in knots with paperwork" by the Brexit fishing deal on January 18.

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France's vaccine problemFrance is the only permanent member of the UN Security Council not to have developed a coronavirus vaccine, and it hurts.

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Gov't of Ghana to meet fruit, vegetable exporters over threats of BrexitGovernment is preparing to meet fruit and vegetable exporters who may be negatively impacted as the United Kingdom prepares to implement the provisions of its exit from the European Union.

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Brexit news: Michel Barnier handed new Brexit role in EU as talks to continue for yearsMICHEL Barnier has been appointed as special adviser to the European Commission President to oversee the future relationship between the EU and UK.

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COVID-19: Blame coronavirus not Brexit for fish export woes, says business secretaryKwasi Kwarteng tells MPs why the knock-on effects of coronavirus restrictions are largely responsible for exporters' troubles.

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Angela Merkel's disastrous legacy is Brexit and a broken EU'Mutti' is a canny and tactical politician but leaves a trail of wreckage behind her after running Europe's biggest economy for 16 years.

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UK small businesses: how have you been affected by Brexit?We would like to hear from small and medium enterprises on their Brexit experiences. Have you encountered any difficulties?

The Guardian Shared .

Brexit red tape: UK ports demand government help for fish exportersBoris Johnson has promised a compensation fund for seafood exporters hit by post-Brexit bureaucracy, but describes their difficulties as "teething problems".

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Why the first weeks of Brexit have been a disasterWith so little time to prepare, the UK was plunged into chaos following the conclusion of the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement on Christmas Eve 2020.

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Brexit: Scottish seafood firms offered £100k compensation for border delaysScottish seafood firms will be able to claim up to £100,000 in compensation for sales lost due to the Brexit border chaos, the Treasury says.

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Seafood exporters to claim up to £100,000 to cover Brexit lossesSeafood exporters hit by Brexit red tape and delays will be able to claim up to £100,000 in compensation, the Government has said.

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The End of the Line: BristolThe End of the Line is a 10-part travelogue journey to some of the highest Remain and Leave areas in the United Kingdom’s 2016 Referendum on EU membership.

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UK rejected EU musician visas offer to control borders, says ministerUKs Caroline Dinenage said EU offer was not compatible with the government’s manifesto commitment.

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Ministers reject call to fight for visa-free Brexit touring plan for musiciansGovernment ministers have rejected pleas for them to fight for a visa-free touring plan for musicians and their crew with the EU.

NME - Music, Film, TV, Gaming & Pop Culture News Shared .

Brexit: 'Serious loss' in meat export tradeA serious loss of export trade is being reported by UK meat processors as Brexit rules delay shipments to the EU.

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Bank of France Governor: Brexit Finance Shift to Paris to Accelerate in 2021The shift of jobs and assets to Paris after Brexit will accelerate this year, providing Europe with an opportunity to strengthen its own financial infrastructure, according to Bank of France Governor Francois Villeroy de Galhau.

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From Now On I'm A EuropeanIf you meet someone from Northern Ireland and ask where they come from be prepared for a range of answers depending on their political, cultural and religious background.

Fractured Faith Blog Shared .

Fishermen Protest Against BrexitYesterday, fishermen, mostly from Scotland, travelled to London to protest against the brexit bureaucracy that is costing them their businesses.

A Different Bias Shared .

COVID plus Brexit means quarantine, paperwork and stressa€¯Travel in a pandemic may not be a wise move. Traveling in deepest winter as COVID numbers surge, just days after your right of free movement has been removed — that is monumentally unwise, writes DW's Elliot Douglas.

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State of the UnionsSharing views and opinions from the team at Centre for Brexit Studies at Birmingham City University.

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Monckton webinar series: "The UK legal regime after BrexitThe end of the transition period has brought with it seismic changes to the legal landscape.

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Brexit could drive out rogue installersUK: Brexit has created a real opportunity to deal with rogue air conditioning and refrigeration operatives who continue to blight the industry, according to the Building Engineering Services Association.

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Scammers exploit Brexit taxes and charges for packagesFake emails and texts sent under branding of couriers request payment for customs clearance before delivery.

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Bob Geldof vindicated over Brexit fishing stuntA broadcaster has suggested Brexit has proven Bob Geldof to have been a better friend of the fishermen than Nigel Farage over Brexit.

The New European Shared .

My Chandelier and bloody hand print makeup look explained&Hey my little Brushaflies and welcome back to my blog, Brushafly Mua 🦋 The picture above is of a makeup look I designed for one of the BBC 3 Glow up makeup challenges by Val Garland back in 2019!

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Tonnes of meat from UK thrown out at EU borders due to post-Brexit changesUK meat exporters have warned the government that post-Brexit changes at the border have caused disruption to meat shipments crossing the channel.

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UK-Africa trade: What will Brexit change?As part of its post-Brexit global vision, Britain is hosting a UK-Africa trade forum this week.

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'Brexit and lockdown a€“ the silver lining for business travel'Lockdown gives governments, the European travel management community and corporates time to identify any teething issues.

TTG Shared .

Brexit update18 January 2021 Introduction The UK and the EU agreed future trading terms of the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement.

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Brexit and the impact of new trade ties on the UK outlookTrade disruption will deliver a sizable hit to UK manufacturing output this quarter, while lingering uncertainty and potential instability surrounding the UK-EU trade deal will keep a lid on investment.

ING Think Shared .

Brexit plot: Bitter EU draws up 18-page blueprint to snatch business from LondonTHE EU has put together an 18-page blueprint for bolstering the euro by clawing back financial services business from the City of London.

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Fish export problems show that Brexit has consequences, says EU ambassadorProblems exporting fish to continental Europe as a result of Brexit are a sign that “decisions have consequences”, Brussels said.

Belfasttelegraph Shared .

Residency Rules and the Withdrawal Agreement  Frequently Asked QuestionsThe Withdrawal Agreement provides for citizens rights upon the UK’s withdrawal from the EU. The following are some FAQ’s based on policy set by SEF.

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Tories admit they're looking at overhauling workers' rights laws after BrexitRules governing the 48-hour week, rest breaks and holiday entitlements are being examined by the Government, the new Business Secretary said.

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Superdry to use bonded warehouses to avoid post Brexit EU tariffsBritish fashion group Superdry will use bonded warehouses to avoid having to pay tariffs on product re-exported to the European Union, its boss said on Tuesday.

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Aberdeen drinks business owner left feeling bitter after 10-week exporting delay as a result of Brexit and Covid-19Brexit and the coronavirus pandemic have proved to be a recipe for disaster for a gin and botanical bitters firm experiencing a 10-week delay.

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Business chiefs tell Brandon Lewis: Empty shelves ARE due to BrexitNI business leaders have insisted that empty supermarket shelves here are largely due to the outworkings of Brexit - with a serious warning that things could get much worse after the EU's grace period for simplified customs controls on food ends in April.

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Brexit was a typically English revolution a€“ one that left the elites unharmedJacob Rees-Mogg's star has waned since his glory days leading backbench rebellions against Theresa May.

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Brexit rebellion: French ships welcomed into Channel as Guernsey agrees rogue dealGUERNSEY has agreed a fishing deal allowing French boats to plunder waters around the coast of the British Crown Dependency.

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Immediate impact of Brexit "quite minor" say architectsThe immediate impact of Brexit has been limited according to UK-based architects, but they fear that winning work and recruiting staff in the European Union will now become harder.

MSN Shared .

Opposition parties hit out at government's handling of Brexit touring rowPoliticians from the Labour and Liberal Democrat parties have hit out at the Conservative government's handling on the Brexit touring negotiations with the EU.

NME - Music, Film, TV, Gaming & Pop Culture News Shared .

Brexit: Expert reveals possible 'huge blow' to fishermenVideo updates on the latest news, including politics, sport, finance and showbiz. Plus the most weird and wonderful viral videos the internet has to offer.

Express.co.uk Shared .

Brexit robbed me of my chance to try Nando's sauce, says British expatSpanish border guards would not let the peri-peri sauce into the EU from Gibraltar.

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Out for the count? Brexit deals hefty blow to the City but industry is ready to fight backThe last-minute deal between London and Brussels has left the UK's financial services sector in the dark, according to several investment professionals who expect damage, but not disaster in this post-Brexit era.

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Protecting workers' rights is the key post-Brexit taskEd Miliband rightly highlights the need to be vigilant against any race to the bottom by those who want to strip away the gains made in recent decades.

The Guardian Shared .

Will the UK really refuse trade deals over human rights?The UK is forging its post-Brexit path as a confident, independent nation  and an energetic force for good, according to the government.

DIGICOUNTZ Shared .

Scotland only has one way to rejoin EU after Liberal Democrats say they won't campaign to take UK backEdinburgh is a European capital city. It has celebrated its links with the continent for centuries and fully embraced membership of the European Union over decades.

Edinburgh News Shared .

Brexit gifted us scrutiny over trade agreementsToday's vote on a cross-party amendment to the Trade Bill is crucial for post-Brexit Britain.

The Telegraph Shared .

Manufacturers urged to have their say on life after BrexitSmall to medium-sized manufacturers in the region are being encouraged to have their say on trading beyond Brexit as part of the latest Manufacturing Barometer.

James Pugh Shared .

Taking back control: why the House of Commons should govern its own timeVarious high-profile tensions between parliament and government – including over Brexit and COVID-19 – have focused on what the House of Commons can discuss and when.

The Constitution Unit Blog Shared .

A Brexit lesson: EU's benefits, largely invisible, hurt to loseSingle market perks are no conjuring trick, but the result of years of EU legislation.

POLITICO Shared .

What do Brexit and the UK-EU trade deal mean for recruitment and staff moves in the food and drink industry?Shabana Muneer summarises the main issues and poses some questions that businesses in the food and drink sector must address for the movement of staff.

Walker Morris Shared .

Brexit news: Tory MPs threaten REVOLT on trade bill over China ‘genocide amendment'CONSERVATIVE MPs have threatened a revolt against the UK Government's post-Brexit trade bill unless a 'genocide amendment' is added to tackle China's treatment of Uighur Muslims, as the legislation comes to Commons later today.

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Subscribe to readNews, analysis and comment from the Financial Times, the worldʼs leading global business publication.

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Explainer: What the Brexit deal means for car manufacturersWe analyse how the UK car industry will be affected by the post-Brexit agreement.

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City job numbers slump by half as Brexit and pandemic hitLarge banks such as HSBC and Deutsche Bank have pressed ahead with huge restructuring plans after a pause in the initial phase of the coronavirus pandemic as lenders rolled out promises to protect jobs during the crisis Jason Alden / Getty Images.

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Politics latest news:A Fears over patchy vaccine rollout prompts minister to urge focus on 'people at top of list'A Cabinet minister has urged those involved in the vaccination programme to focus on "people at top of list", amid rising fears about a postcode lottery.

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Tonnes of meat rotting at the border due to Brexit red tapeBritish meat exporters joined fishermen yesterday to warn that their exports to Europe were being crippled by post-Brexit customs red tape.

The Times Shared .

John Simpson: Brexit tangle thus far pleases no oneFor Ministers, tackling the immediate problems posed by the pandemic must take precedence.

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Brexit tangle thus far pleases no one, writes John SimpsonFor Ministers, tackling the immediate problems posed by the pandemic must take precedence.

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Seafood lorries travel to Westminster for protest against Brexit red tapeFishing lorries from Scotland and Devon have descended on Westminster to stage a protest against the Brexit red tape they say is either delaying or ruining exports of their fresh shellfish to the EU.

Business Matters Shared .

UK not going to do anything to make EU 'go crazy'The UK has an opportunity to reform regulation that is derived from EU law, but wont deliberately antagonise its biggest trading partner immediately after the Brexit deal.

DIGICOUNTZ Shared .

The Newscast Sea ShantyWe also hear from Moscow, where President Putin's fiercest critic has been arrested. And as influencers come under fire for trips to Dubai, we speak to the man who links them up with advertising opportunities.

BrexitCast Shared .

Brexit: Boris Johnson promises compensation to firms experiencing issues exporting to EUBoris Johnson says he "understands the frustrations" of businesses exporting to the continent who have run into issues.

Sky News Shared .

Brexit news: ‘Carnage' as Scottish fishermen protest red tape at Number 10BORIS JOHNSON has faced the fury of Scottish fishermen who drove to 10 Downing Street on Monday to denounce the post-Brexit bureaucratic rules.

Express.co.uk Shared .

Brexit fishing row explodes as 'trouble-maker' Femi shut down by furious ex-MEPA BREXIT fishing row exploded on Twitter after Remainer Femi was branded someone who 'loves to cause trouble with people'.

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150,000 British sellers on Amazon and other online marketplaces hit by Brexit chargesMany small businesses that sold to the EU are being forced to raise prices because of new tariffs.

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Brexiters are waking up to the damage they've doneFrom horse racing to fishing to road haulage, British industry is in chaos. No wonder leavers are turning on each other, says Guardian columnist Polly Toynbee.

The Guardian Shared .

'A multiple pile-up in the fog': wine agent's fury at Brexit red tapeDaniel Lambert who imports up to 2m bottles of wine a year for 300 retailers including supermarkets, said he is unable to import wine from the EU because of the complex and unworkable HM Revenue and Customs system, which requires companies to work out one of 10,000 different combinations to describe the product they want to import.

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Brexit Highlights 1-15 January 2021The Ministry of Justice published new sets of guidance - UK lawyers practising in the EU, EEA-EFTA and Switzerland; Family law disputes involving the EU: guidance for legal professionals; EU, EEA-EFTA and Swiss lawyers in the UK; UK-EU cross-border disputes about parental responsibility; UK-EU cross-border divorces - The Intellectual Property...

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UK seafood trucks protest at Parliament over Brexit red tapeBritish fishing communities were among the strongest supporters of leaving the European Union, because it promised the chance for the U.K. to leave the bloc's complex system of fishing quotas and regain control over who is allowed to fish in British waters.

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Brexit: Edwin Poots issues jelly and gravy shortage warningEdwin Poots says some processed goods could be unavailable in NI after the protocol grace period ends.

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No further "exceptional circumstances" test for Zambrano carers in deportation casesRobinson v Secretary of State for the Home Department UKSC 53  This appeal raised the issue whether a third-country national otherwise benefiting from the derivative right to reside within EU territory pursuant to the principle in Ruiz Zambrano v Office national de l’emploi.

United Kingdom Immigration Law Blog Shared .

Revenue says Brexit delays on goods going through Dublin Port are easingOfficials claim supply chain issues in the retail sector are a result of ‘blockages' in UK and failure of importers to prepare for Brexit.

The Irish Times Shared .

Cross-Channel Brexit Cargo Rejections Hark Back to Dover CrisisFreight firms are refusing to carry goods from France to the U.K. almost as often as during the pre-Christmas Dover crisis, high-frequency data show, illustrating additional costs from Brexit.

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Seafood lorries travel to Westminster for protest against Brexit red tapeFishing lorries from Scotland and Devon descended on Westminster on Monday to stage a protest against the Brexit red tape they say is either delaying or ruining exports of their fresh shellfish to the EU.

The Guardian Shared .

SNP starts an Independence Task Force!Firstly, they're setting up an independence task force to press for a Yes vote in any IndyRef2 and secondly, they've launched a virtual learning programme for SNP members to teach them about independence and the party - and they'll get points and badges too!

Jeff Taylor Shared .

Reclaiming the Red Wall  Fat Chance?A Letter to Keir Starmer leader of the Labour Party. At the time of writing.

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Gibraltar Brexit row erupts: Spain told to ‘recover sovereignty' from UK in crunch talksSPAIN has been urged to recover Gibraltar post-Brexit by the nation's far-right Vox political party.

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The EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement: Resolving disputes between the EU and UK post-BrexitOn 24 December 2020, the UK and EU announced the conclusion of a Trade and Cooperation Agreement which would govern their future relationship from 1 January 2021, following the expiry of the 11-month transition period after the UK had formally left the EU.

Inside Brexit Shared .

Brexit was 'inevitable' due to EU plot to become 'US of Europe', rages Lord LamontLORD LAMONT argued Britain was destined to leave the EU due to the bloc's and UK's differing visions of the future of Europe.

Express.co.uk Shared .

This Brexit deal leaves me lost for wordsLetter: David Thomas puts the trade agreement into context in response to an article by Martin Kettle.

The Guardian Shared .

Brexit Leaves Some Meat Shipments Spoiling at European BorderScottish fisherman have suffered lengthy delays in shipping cargoes to Europe in the aftermath of Brexit.

Bloomberg.com Shared .

latest: PM blames fish exporters for post-Brexit chaos and vote looms on benefit cutsLatest developments from Westminster.

The Independent Shared .

Brexit: Seafood lorries park near Downing Street in protest over new rules causing severe delays at EU borderSeafood companies have warned they could go under in days as they face long delays getting into the EU, ruining produce.

Sky News Shared .

"Will auld acquaintance be forgot? " The impact of Brexit on the case for Scottish independenceIn light of last month's Brexit deal, Ruairidh Maclean looks at the difficulties associated with the SNP's Rejoin policy now that the UK has left the EU.

Varsity Online Shared .

The environmental implications of the Brexit dealMost UK peoples 2020 Christmas eves were cheered by the news that we had some sort of Brexit deal  here, in all its majesty.

UK Human Rights Blog Shared .

Brexit: NI fishermen want 'fair share' of UK Brexit quotaTwo organisations representing hundreds of NI fishing vessels make a joint appeal to Boris Johnson.

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'Stupid Macron! ' Frexit campaigner shames French bid to 'punish' UK for Brexit victoryEMMANUEL MACRON has been branded 'stupid' for trying to 'punish' the UK during post-Brexit trade talks with the European Union, with a leading Frexit campaigner accusing the French President of being part of a freedom-hating 'sect'.

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Brexit and the curse of having a British passportThe latest French news and information explained in English with help guides for residents and second homeowners in France.

Connexion France Shared .

EU ordered to draw up 'masterplan' to snatch business away from City of LondonA senior MEP dismissed Brussels' "wait and see" policy and insisted the approach would hinder Europe's financial services industry.

Express.co.uk Shared .

Living the European ValuesOK, so it didnt work. Any of it. The campaigns, the slogans, the marches. None of it made a blind bit of difference.

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Brexit: Leave.eu website suspended after move to IrelandFaced with becoming site with a.uk web address - Leave.uk, in effect - after the UK left the EU, attempts were made to register the website in Waterford.

HeraldScotland Shared .

The Brexit rules may be late, but it's not rocket science, guysWith regard to the decision by DB Schenker to cease its EU-UK service a few days ago, I have to say I was surprised.

The Loadstar Shared .

LETTER OF THE DAY: Trade Deal and BrexitIn the Brexit Trade Deal we have forsaken frictionless agreements to be replaced by arrangements that are far less satisfactory for the economy and also for our security.

Wilts And Gloucestershire Standard Shared .

Last Week in PoliticsLWIP is back, I know how much you have all missed it and I have been inundated with DMs begging me to bring it back early.

LUU POLIS Society Blog Shared .

UK trade negotiators switch focus to Pacific pact as hopes for US deal fadeLiz Truss believes that the UK's top priority should not be striking a bilateral deal with Washington.

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BUSINESS NEWSLETTER  18th January 2021As the UK national lockdowns continue, we are pleased that there is some good news for hospitality and other businesses who were closed by the Government in the first lockdown, after the Supreme Court ruled that insurers should pay business interruption claims.

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Post-Brexit slowdown a 'window of opportunity' for UK forwardersAssailed from one side by the uncertainties and wild volatility of the pandemic, and on the other by a poorly planned and even more poorly managed Brexit process, UK forwarders have many reasons to feel miserable right now.

The Loadstar Shared .

How Brexit is sparking a war among bankers over clients'It's infuriating,' says one senior banker. 'I discovered the client. I put in all the work and now I'm expected to just hand them over to someone else?

Financial News Shared .

Brexit DELAY: EU to extend deadline until APRIL as MEPs unable to sign off trade dealTHE European Union is set to delay ratification of the Brexit trade and security deal amid concerns the preparations still need more time.

Express.co.uk Shared .

Brexit Has Knackered Britain's Transatlantic BridgeThere has been renewed debate about the so called bridge that Britain has seen itself as acting for between the United States and the rest of Europe in modern times after Keir Starmer mentioned it in a speech to the Fabian Society.

A Different Bias Shared .

Is learning from Brexit possible?Last week the 'Financial Times' revealed that the Tory Government is working with big business on plans to tear up those workers’ rights enshrined in EU law. This would include ending the 48-hour limit on the working week; changing rules on work breaks and ending the inclusion of overtime pay in holiday entitlements. This is&.

Sráid Marx Shared .

Farewell to Perry Anderson: Westminster is vastly superior to this lacquered synarchy.a€™."It may grate that, for all its woeful shortcomings – think only, beyond and realm – Westminster is vastly superior to this lacquered synarchy" Perry Anderson Distinguished Professor of History and Sociology at the University of California Los Angeles.

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A fish rots from the head down, Mark Rutte et alHe has contributed to the Financial Times, CNBC, the Washington Post, Trouw newspaper in the Netherlands and many others.

Centre For Brexit Studies Blog Shared .

Boris Johnson unveils £23 million compensation fund for fishing industry losses over Brexit red tapeThe Prime Minister confirmed any business experiencing difficulty exporting to the EU "through no fault of their own" would be compensated.

The Telegraph Shared .

EU Immigration and emigration after Brexit explainedFerret Fact Service looks at the situation for those wanting moving to and from the EU after Brexit.

The Ferret Shared .

Brexit: Currys/PC World Irish customers asked to pay import taxes in errorRetailer apologises and says those mistakenly asked to pay duties will be refunded.

The Irish Times Shared .

Webcast to discuss the Customs and VAT implications of the Brexit Trade and Cooperation Agreement  21 January 2021 3pm CETThe UK EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement eliminates all customs duties on goods which originate in the UK or EU - representing the most extensive trade agreement on tariffs the EU has ever made.

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What are the Current and Future Challenges for MFL?The last decade has undoubtedly seen a greater, renewed importance given to language learning from ‘the top’, with the British Academy’s statement that monolingualism is "the illiteracy of the 21st Century" and the government’s inclusion of foreign languages as a requirement to pass the English Baccalaureate.

The Millennial Shared .

Brexit headache for horse businesses but hope for better times ahead H&H Plus*RED tape is causing a headache for British equestrian businesses and customers negotiating the post-Brexit landscape, while hopes abound the situation will improve before long.

Horse & Hound Shared .

Kildare LEO calling on businesses to share Brexit concernsThe purpose of the survey is to help the LEO to understand the current capacity and capability Kildare businesses have to cope with trading with the UK.

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Brexit revenge: Brussels WILL punish UK for leaving, MEP warnsTHE European Union is unfairly trying to punish the UK for leaving the bloc, an MEP has warned.

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Patrick Krause: Last-minute Brexit deal brings problems for croftersScottish Crofting Federation chief executive, Patrick Krause, writes about the problems arising from a last-mintue Brexit deal.

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This Brexit deal leaves me lost for wordsLetter: David Thomas puts the trade agreement into context in response to an article by Martin Kettle.

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'Why wait? ' Brexiteer highlights FIVE instant EU exit benefits and urges Boris to actBREXITEER Sir John Redwood has highlighted five instant benefits of the UK's exit from the EU in a plea to Rishi Sunak and Boris Johnson - and urged the two to put them into action.

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Brexit warning: Boris told broken fishing 'promise' will lead to Scottish independence bidBORIS JOHNSON has been warned that breaking his Brexit promise to Scottish fishermen will lead to a greater push for independence within Scotland.

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Brexit delays getting fish and seafood to Europe dismissed by minister as 'teething troubles'Delays to fishing exports are just "teething problems" following Brexit, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has claimed.

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Brexit: Fishing firms hold London protest over disruptionFresh fish exports have been severely disrupted by new border controls with the European Union.

BBC Shared .

City CEOs oppose post-Brexit deregulation plansIt comes as Boris Johnson attempts to redefine the working relationship between Downing Street and Britains financial services firms post-Brexit.

Citywire Shared .

Boris Johnson offers compensation after fishing firms protest in Westminster over Brexit red tapeExports of fresh fish and seafood have been severely disrupted by delays since the UK's transition period ended on December 31 with Scottish seafood companies reporting that Brexit red tape was bringing their business to a standstill.

ITV News Shared .

Brexit LIVE: SNP makes extraordinary demand of Boris with plot to SEIZE Brussels fundsA TENSE money row has emerged between Westminster and Holyrood after the SNP demanded the UK government hand over £1.3billion in post-Brexit EU funds.

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Britain, Brexit and The Lost Art Of Ordering Via Amazon.co.uk.Happily receiving amazon.co.uk vouchers over the festive season I rushed to place some orders in the hopes they’d get through before Brexit kicked in.

WestmeathWhiskeyWorld Shared .

Inside the industry: Why rule of origin is a Brexit time bombEV batteries sourced from abroad could be subject to a 10% tariff, spelling trouble for cars assembled in UK.

Autocar Shared .

Brexit Customs Systems Failing Importers and HauliersAs I discussed last year, the brexit customs systems are a ramshackle collection of multiple IT systems bolted together with no coherent strategy.

A Different Bias Shared .

Sunlit uplands: A look back over the first 20 days of BrexitThe London Economic - An early glance at how the UK's departure from the European Union has measured up to its promises - Politics.

The London Economic Shared .

Brexit Delays For Fishing Are "Teething" IssuesAlliance News) - Delays to fishing exports are just "teething problems" following Brexit, UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has claimed.

MorningstarUK Shared .

Unsplendid isolation: Britain after ‘Brexit'Paul Mason writes that a Biden US presidency allied to an EU pursuing ‘strategic autonomy' leaves a ‘sovereign' UK with a bit-part role.

Social Europe Shared .

Surrey sees 56,000 Europeans remain in the county after BrexitThe South East had the highest proportion of applications from those aged 65 or over.

SurreyLive Shared .

Brexiteer YouTube star reveals moment he knew Leave would win a€“ a€˜I went out of London! a€™A LEADING Brexit activist has explained why he confidently predicted Britain would vote to leave the EU in 2016 after he returned to Essex and 'realised there is such a thing as outside of London'.

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Brexit: 'Putting UK, not GB, delayed my fish for 24 hours'New trading rules are causing problems for some firms, creating backlogs and uncertainty.

BBC Shared .

Irish officials raise queries with EU over disruptive post-Brexit rules of originSupermarkets could face difficulties keeping shelves stocked amid new border controls.

The Irish Times Shared .

Cabinet Office eyes more post-Brexit procurement changesThe Cabinet Office has issued advice to firms about changes in procurement processes following the UK's exit from the European Union, and is looking at further changes to the process.

Construction News Shared .

Q&A: What does the Brexit deal say about climate change and energy?Carbon Brief has extracted the key components relating to climate and energy from the 1,250-page Brexit deal, as well as gauging the views of experts.

Carbon Brief Shared .

Joe Biden and the special relationship: What his inauguration means for the UK and BrexitWill the new president be good for Britain or will his sympathies lie more with the EU?

The Telegraph Shared .

Brexit will be ‘great' for fishing industry, government insistsBoris Johnson is said to be preparing a new package to compensate fishermen for red tape losses - with some firms only days away from collapse, writes Adam Forrest.

The Independent Shared .

Spain update a€“ post-Brexit residency rules and high UK demand for second homesWhile Brexit may now be well and truly done, British citizens residing in Spain who have yet to complete the necessary paperwork surrounding residency have been given a lifeline by the Spanish authorities.

Property Investor Today Shared .

London Finance Vacancies Fell 49% in 2020 on Brexit, Covid AngstJob openings in London's finance industry almost halved in 2020 as the uncertainties of coronavirus and Brexit discouraged hiring.

Bloomberg.com Shared .

UK firms urged to increase preparations for post-Brexit trading conditionsUK firms who have links to EU countries are being urged to complete a six-point checklist to ensure they will not see post-Brexit disruption.

CityAM Shared .

Politics latest news: Minister accuses Labour of 'political stunt' over Universal Credit voteA minister has attacked Labour's decision to hold a debate about the uplift to Universal Credit as a "political stunt", as Tory MPs indicate they could rebel.

The Telegraph Shared .

Brexit Finance Talks Get Technical With Broader Progress ElusiveAs with many meetings these days, the U.K. and EU's latest negotiations on financial services began with a video conference call Friday.

Bloomberg.com Shared .

No extra Brexit fees for selling cars from GB into Republic, Northern Ireland dealers toldNorthern Ireland car dealers will be able to sell second hand vehicles sourced in Britain across the border without any extra charges if they are "properly imported" across the Irish Sea.

Belfasttelegraph Shared .

Leeds musicians call for Government to secure visa-free travel deal for artists touring Europe post-BrexitKey figures in the Leeds music scene are calling on the Government to secure a visa-free travel deal for musicians post-Brexit.

Yorkshire Evening Post Shared .

Brexit: 'Partnership' on spending replacement EU cashA partnership with Westminster, Wales politicians and councils will decide how replacement EU cash is spent, Welsh Secretary Simon Hart says.

DIGICOUNTZ Shared .

Brexit Britain can defy gloom says Santander bossWilliam Vereker said a return of business investment and consumers unleashing savings will drive growth.

This Is Money Shared .

UK quarantine, Trump's legacy, capital punishment, Wikipedia, another Moggery, UFOs, Wikipedia and more Dolly Parton17 January 2021 The UK’s border controls have at long last been tightened and passengers arriving on international flights will have to go into quarantine as well as proving that they tested negative for Covid shortly before the flight.

Lesser Mutterings Shared .

Unintended consequences: from Brexit to bitcoinsForget the fish rotting on the docks and the emptying of supermarket shelves in Northern Ireland.

Notes From The U.K. Shared .

EU crisis: Ex-Greek Minister issues warning over Brexit sparking ‘disintegration' of blocBREXIT will lead to the 'disintegration' of the European Union, according to Yanis Varoufakis.

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Newsletter 17 Jan 2021If you thought the Percy Pigs story was a sign of Remainers scraping the very bottom of the barrel, you were in for a treat this week, as Dutch border officials managed to concoct the most ridiculous ‘consequence of Brexit' story to date.

Briefings For Brexit Shared .

What's Happened in Trade since December 2020?Alicia Nicholls Happy New Year to all of our readers! Since our last Caribbean Trade and Development News Digest was published near the end of December 2020, some major trade developments have occurred.

Caribbean Trade Law And Development Shared .

Brexit: 'Partnership' on spending replacement EU cashA "partnership" with Westminster, Wales' politicians and councils will decide how replacement EU cash is spent, Welsh Secretary Simon Hart says.

BBC Shared .

Brexit: Not such a good deal after allA Brexit deal was clinched at the last minute, but it turns out now that it is not all it was meant to be.

The Grumpy Older Man Shared .

Raab defends Brexit deal as Cabinet accused of ‘corrosive' cultureFollow here for the latest updates on UK politics.

The Independent Shared .

SNP and Scots nationalists won't like this!"The SNP has become the Sorrow of Scotland: an incompetent cabal driven by a divisive and malign Nationalist Socialist ideology, implementing destructive policies that have seen vital areas like the economy, education, health and justice wrecked."

Jeff Taylor Shared .

The Modern SalonniA¨reThe Modern Salonnière was a post from 2015 dedicated to my great friend, Sarah Vernon, who died last week.

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Jack, Victor and the OBE Part OneThis is my little homage to my favourite comedy programme, Still Game. There are rude words in it, so if youre easily offended, I wouldnt go any further 😂😂😂 I also apologise to any no...

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Even the Brexit Party? German MEP misses British humour in European Parliament"We also miss our British colleagues for their pragmatism, and their humour and rhetoric."

The London Economic Shared .

Brexit betrayal as Blair, Clegg and Major met with EU leaders to stop UK's withdrawalTONY BLAIR, Nick Clegg and John Major worked on a diplomatic mission to try to persuade European leaders to stop Brexit.

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Brexit: Welsh Government legal action over trade lawThe Welsh Government plans to take the UK government to court over a law about nations' trade rules.

BBC Shared .

Freight group warns Irish Government of huge post-Brexit disruptionAn Irish freight group has warned of huge post-Brexit disruption to supply chains in coming weeks, as the impact of Britain leaving the EU takes hold.

Belfasttelegraph Shared .

It has been a while!Where do I begin? The world seems to be going through some huge changes since my last post.

Axe Thinks! Shared .

Brexit Tensions In Ireland As Supermarket Shelves Sit EmptyWhen it comes to Brexit on the island of Ireland, the optics matter. And in the last couple of weeks, they haven't been great.

Forbes Shared .

Brexit: Ed Davey says Lib Dems won't campaign to rejoin EUThe Liberal Democrats are not the party of rejoining the European Union, Sir Ed Davey has said.

The Scotsman Shared .

Problems being caused by Brexit deal lie with what has been left outThe problems and delays are arising not because of the arrangements in the Trade and Co-operation Agreement, but rather what the agreement does not cover, writes Brian Keegan.

Irish Examiner Shared .

Released!Mid-February to mid-March 2021 Coming out of hospital was a strange experience. Before this stay, I had never even stayed a single night in a hospital so staying in for nearly 3 weeks seemed like a long time.

Life And Lymphoma Shared .

Raab claims EU trade agreement is ‘great deal' for fishermen, as firms complain of Brexit costs and delaysForeign secretary ‘not convinced' woes of industry caused by Brexit deal.

The Independent Shared .

Rebuttal: Un-bee-lieableRecent stories of the UK's licensing of pesticides have nothing to do with the EU and everything to do with anti-Brexit exaggeration.

Briefings For Brexit Shared .

Covid and Brexit Parallels from Boris Johnson's GovernmentBrexit is here now; it's no longer just a political problem but a real one.

A Different Bias Shared .

Thoughts of an ex-UK Erasmus student on the UK withdrawing from the Erasmus schemeI first heard of Erasmus at 16 years old when I was in my school library having a talk on university education.

Alisa Jordan Writes Shared .

Countryfile viewers blast BBC for MORE negative Brexit coverage ‘What a surprise'COUNTRYFILE viewers were left infuriated with the BBC as Ellie Harrison and Tom Heap investigated the impact Brexit could have on the UK's farming industry.

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Jacob Rees-Mogg says fish are 'better and 'happier' after BrexitThe Conservative MP said that leaving the EU had been a boon for fish, who have no doubt been poring over the prime minister’s trade deal feeling pleased that they are slightly more likely to end up in a British chippy.

Metro Shared .

Cork TD criticises 'shocking' Brexit deal as value of fishing rights loss revisedWhen the Brexit trade deal was announced on Christmas Eve, Mr McConalogue said the fishing rights going to UK fishermen would cost €35m per year.

Irish Examiner Shared .

How the UK's new "Safe Third Countries" policy will create more hardship for asylum seekersWith the first day of 2021 marking our exit from the European Union this was always going to be a year of significant change, and tightening immigration, one of the key promises of the Brexit campaign, was always going to be one of the first of these changes to occur.

Write For Humanity Shared .

The pettiness of the vindictive EU is a daily reminder of why Brexit was worth itThe EU was a fantasy founded in order to make little men feel big - and for Germany to be the boss of Europe.

The Telegraph Shared .

A bit fishyThis popped up in my inbox recently. It’s a petition from Democracy Unleashed, which seems to be connected to Open Britain, an anti-Brexit organisation.

Some Strong Language Shared .

Scottish seafood sector warns Brexit risking its futureNew post-Brexit rules could sink Scotland's fishing industry, fishermen and seafood exporters have warned, after chronic delays hit shipments in a sector that relies on rapid delivery of fresh produce.

Macau Business Shared .

IDS urges Boris to use Brexit powers to ban China tradeIAIN DUNCAN SMITH has urged the UK to use its new freedoms gained from Brexit to back an amendment that would block a potential trade deal with China over the Communist state's human rights record.

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Glasgow Airport warns over future amid coronavirus uncertaintiesGLASGOW Airport this week warned of material uncertainties "which may cast significant doubt" over its ability to continue as a going concern, as it reported a sharp drop in profits for the year before coronavirus struck.

HeraldScotland Shared .

Merkel on the brink: Appoint Merz or risk Germany being CRUSHED by post-Brexit UKANGELA MERKEL must swallow her pride by appointing Friedrich Merz to a key ministerial role - or risk Germany falling behind post-Brexit Britain, a former MEP has said.

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One of the key architects of Brexit moves to deep south of USLast spring his new employers sued the city's mayor for banning the public carrying of firearms.

The London Economic Shared .

UK's Brexit deal with European Union not yet finalisedIn his rush to rubbish the EU/UK trade deal Chris Sumner misses the ‘elephant in the room', Covid.

This Is Local London Shared .

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab insists Scottish fishing crisis a Brexit 'teething problem'THE UK Government has insisted the Scottish fishing industry is merely suffering "teething problems" despite apocalyptic warnings of closures across the fleet.

HeraldScotland Shared .

Brexit news: Boris Johnson faces fishermen rebellion over 'disgraceful' deal with EUBORIS JOHNSON has been facing increasing calls to review the current Brexit trade deal struck with the European Union over claims he 'betrayed' fishermen and let down businesses exporting into the bloc.

Express.co.uk Shared .

Insight: How Scottish fishing is being sunk by red tape since BrexitFour months ago, Alasdair Hughson issued a stark warning about the impact of Brexit on Scotland's seafood industry.

The Scotsman Shared .

Brexit delays for fishing sector are teething problems, Raab saysDelays to fishing exports are just “teething problems” following Brexit, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has claimed.

Belfasttelegraph Shared .

Brexit: GB package to NI had international customs labelThe package from England had a label, which is normally used for sending goods internationally.

BBC Shared .

Shock Brexit charges are hurting us, say small British businessesLevies to cover the increase in red tape, VAT and customs declarations are hitting trade to the European Union.

The Guardian Shared .

Newest Brexit Lie to Distract From Trade ProblemsNow that the reality of brexit trade barriers is here, and very visible in Northern Ireland, Conservatives who were not on board with the idea of a customs border in the Irish Sea are demanding that Boris Johnson take action.

A Different Bias Shared .

Brexit delays hit cull sow tradeBrexit border delays have brought the UK pork sector to a standstill, with warnings knock-on effects could be felt on farms.

Farmers Guardian Shared .

Downing Street refuses to rule out post-Brexit changes to 48-Hour working weekDowning Street has refused to rule out changes to the 48-hour working week.

The Scotsman Shared .

A year of Brexit polling and public opinion is back to where it startedIn hindsight, do you think Britain was right or wrong to vote to leave the European Union?

Mark Pack Shared .

Consumers urged to use credit cards post-Brexit to ensure "chargebacks" AThe European Consumer Centre are advising Irish consumers to use credit or debit cards while shopping on UK-based websites, post-Brexit, should anything be wrong with the product.

Irish Examiner Shared .

Everything That's Already Gone Wrong Because Of Brexit In 2021Boris Johnson was elected prime minister in 2019 after repeated promises to "get Brexit done and unleash Britain's potential".

MSN Shared .

EU panic: Brexit trade deal's 'extreme fragility' sparks fears of revolt from EU fishermenBORIS JOHNSON'S Brexit trade deal 'fragility' could result in further clashes between the UK and EU on fish.

Express.co.uk Shared .

Brexit is done! Remain MP shoots down Article 16 plot to rewrite Boris's dealA BREXIT plot to jeopardise Boris Johnson's deal with the EU has been shot down by a Remain MP, in a devastating blow to those who wish to change the terms of the UK's exit.

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Special relationships and special connectionsThe first ever EU Ambassador to the UK, João Vale de Almeida, joins Christopher Hope on this week's Chopper's Politics to talk about the new 'special relationship', how he's teaching himself why people might have voted Brexit, and reveals his past life and friendship with a certain tousle-haired Prime Minister...

Chopper's Brexit Podcast Shared .

State of the Union: a post-Brexit Northern Ireland looks south of the border for answersOPINION The first week of the United Kingdom’s back control” status has been predictably underwhelming to say the least.

Politika News Shared .

Brexit teething problemsFrom fish to lorries to footballers, Boris Johnson has his hands full.

The Guardian Shared .

Insurers in post-Brexit talks to ditch European court ruling forcing them to pay for accidents on private landThe requirement was introduced after a Slovenian man was hit by a tractor and took the claim to the ECJ.

The Telegraph Shared .

Conservatives should embrace the lesson of Brexit to save the Union from Nicola SturgeonUnionists could plausibly argue that, given the challenges of Covid, Brexit and an epochal recession, another independence referendum would be an inexcusable indulgence.

The Telegraph Shared .

Ferry firms offer new Ireland to France sailings due to Brexit delaysStena Line offers new weekend service, Brittany Ferries sailing will operate on Monday.

The Irish Times Shared .

Brexit bumps up expats' bank chargesExpats living in the European Union who move money between UK banks and local accounts are being hit with hefty charges because of Brexit.

The Sunday Times Shared .

Agenda: Suppliers stumble in Brexit's three-legged race over the Irish borderSo the Brexit Jonahs were right, if for the wrong reasons. Bureaucracy, not tariffs, has caused the chaos.

The Sunday Times Shared .

British bands stung by post-Brexit touring costsThe UK music industry is facing a harsh reality, with Brexit making touring in the EU a difficult prospect with the added expenses of Visas, work-permits and VAT.

Euronews Shared .

Brexit: Welsh seafood in 'grave state' over port delaysEuropean customers may stop using Welsh suppliers due to delays, a minister warns.

BBC Shared .

Variable Geometry: Global Britain's Opportunity Post-BrexitFormer diplomat Nick Busvine argues that we are already seeing positive signs of a more coherent and influential foreign policy as Global Britain begins to exploit the freedom of manoeuvre offered by Brexit.

Briefings For Brexit Shared .

Brexit Problems: The Temporary and the PermanentConsidering Michel Barnier's comments this week as he discussed aspects of brexit that were down to implementation and would improve, and those that are core features of brexit and will never change.

A Different Bias Shared .