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The very latest news, analysis and developments on Brexit, the EU exit.


Brexit news: Robert Peston reveals ‘real deadline' for deal as talks set to resumeTHE real deadline for post-Brexit trade talks with the EU is November 15, according to Robert Peston. Shared .

CLC issues advice on access to skills to prepare firms for BrexitThe CLC said: "The guidance offers an overview of the new points-based immigration system, the common travel area , the skilled worker route, the shortage occupation list, how to become a licensed sponsor, the rights of EU, EEA and Swiss migrants, the mutual recognition of professional qualifications and the construction industry scheme as well...

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EU-UK Data Transfers In The Case Of A No Deal BREXITData transfers are a staple to the global ecosystem of the digital services economy, despite this, the future of cross-border data transfers between Member States within the European Union and the United Kingdom is still uncertain due to the possible scenario of a no deal BREXIT.

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David Duguid: New legislation will enable Scottish farmers to 'flourish' after BrexitToday the Agriculture Bill returns to the House of Lords. This is a vital piece of legislation which will mean Scottish farmers can flourish outside of the EU.

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40% chance of no deal Brexit, says Western Union strategistThere is still a 40 percent chance of a "no-deal" Brexit this December, according to Western Union's head of insights, Nawaz Ali.

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Panicked Brussels ramps up no-deal Brexit plans a€“ grants for EU fishermen forced to closeEUROPEAN Union chiefs are drawing up plans to keep planes flying and protect their fishing fleets after a no-deal Brexit as trade talks with Britain are on the verge of collapse. Shared .
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Britain scoffs at EU trade talks offer in Brexit pokerBritain stood firm on Tuesday in rebutting a European Union offer to discuss draft legal texts of a potential post-Brexit trade deal unless there were fundamental changes as their high-stakes diplomatic poker game risked a chaotic finale.

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Why worry about no-deal Brexit? If Gove says it'll be better that's good enough for meInternal borders, criminals on the loose  this is the utopia weve dreamed of. Who needs fresh vegetables anyway, asks Guardian columnist Marina Hyde.

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Brexit: Have EU-UK trade talks reached a dead end?Europe editor Katya Adler looks at whether the negotiations are over after months of shadow-boxing.

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Michael Gove performs Brexit U-turn at dispatch boxMichael Gove performed a U-turn at the dispatch box in which he praised a ‘constructive move' by the EU minutes after declaring the talks ‘effectively ended'

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There's no hiding Brexit impact in coronavirus recessionRaoul Ruparel was the prime ministers special adviser on Europe under Theresa May and was directly involved in Brexit negotiations for three years.


Domestication in a time of CoronavirusIm currently reading / listening to Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari who says that early farmers did not domesticate wheat, wheat domesticated them.

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Brexit no deal 'breakdown' to spark suffering as UK faces 'cliff edge', Gordon Brown ragesGORDON BROWN has issued a stark warning to Boris Johnson over the stalling of Brexit negotiations with the former Prime Minister branding a no deal exit 'completely unnecessary' and urging compromise to get an agreement over the line. Shared .

New EU address requirement for food and drink labelling after BrexitThe UK Government has recently released guidance confirming a number of requirements for Food Business Operators who wish to export packaged food and beverages to Europe after the end of the BREXIT transition period.

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Brexit Britain's fishing DEFENCE! UK to use technology to track vessels in fishing watersTHE UK is looking at using technology to ensure it has a 'sustainable and thriving' fishing industry after Brexit as it takes advantage of being an independent coastal state once again. Shared .

Brexit: Boris Johnson warns business to plan for end of Brexit transition amid EU talks stalemateBoris Johnson is set to tell businesses to step up preparations for the end of the Brexit transition after Downing Street refused to resume talks with the EU.

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Brexit news a€“ live: Boris Johnson to warn business leaders a€˜time is running outa€™ after rejecting EU talks offerBoris Johnson will warn business leaders to step up preparations for the end of the Brexit transition period regardless of whether a deal will be reached with the European Union.

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Meddling Ian Blackford intervenes in Brexit talks as SNP holds secret EU discussionsTHE SNP has held talks with EU diplomats after Boris Johnson said the UK should be prepared for a 'no deal Brexit'. Shared .

'No question! ' Staggering majority say BBC 'sided with EU' in Brexit coverageTHE BBC has been accused of siding with the European Union during its Brexit coverage, according to an exclusive poll. Shared .

'Very clear risk of no deal' with 50 working days left until end of Brexit transitionBusinesses in Northern Ireland have been warned that there are just around 50 working days until the end of the Brexit transition period.

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Stocks down in New York without stimulus  virus updateEquities markets closed down in New York trading on Monday. The delayed economic stimulus package before the elections was a disappointment for the markets.

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The trade-off between Economic disintegration and Yorkshire pudding.The Point // Summary An anecdote from my run-in with Border Patrol at the tripointAn overview of national borders as a deterrent to International tradeFor post-Brexit Britain, it will still be cheaper to trade with the EU!

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Brexit talks not-so-over a€” yetMichel Barnier offers London an olive branch to try to restart trade negotiations.


The horrors of Covid swapped for those of an hour with Michael GoveA Brexit statement from the Govester serves to underline that he has no sense of shame.

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2020 Represent ChangeChange is not a usual aspect of the human life. The fear of change in many people from generations scares anyone who lives at the time they do when something happens.

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PM warns businesses to prepare for major change as Brexit talks stallBoris Johnson is to tell business leaders to step up preparations for the end of the Brexit transition period after Downing Street refused to resume talks with the EU.

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'Utter rubbish': Theresa May incredulous at Michael Gove's Brexit claimsFormer PM grimaces at suggestion UK could do ‘better' without joint law enforcement operations.

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Should the calls for a government of national unity be heeded?A Gloucestershire reader thinks so. He comments that he does not envy Boris Johnson, who is facing an unknown enemy in a different kind of war  an ‘impossible situation’.

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PM warns business to plan for end of Brexit transition amid EU talks stalemateBoris Johnson will tell business to step up preparations for the end of the Brexit transition after Downing Street refused to resume talks with the EU.

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Theresa May reacts in shock as Michael Gove addresses Brexit security fearsThe former prime minister appeared to mouth 'utter rubbish' as Michael Gove claimed the UK can 'co-operate more effectively' in many areas over border security outside the EU than 'we ever could inside'

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EU shift raises prospect of Brexit talks restartDowning Street and the EU moved a step closer to resuming formal Brexit talks yesterday after Brussels made a concession to try to break the four-day impasse.

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EU agrees to ‘intensify' Brexit talksBoth sides are still keen to put pressure on the other side.

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Brexit: Gove praises 'constructive move' as EU agrees to intensify talksMinister had been castigating EU stance at dispatch box when Michel Barnier tweet confirmed move.

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UK refuses to restart Brexit talks despite EU accepting its demandsNo 10 unmoved even after Barnier's offer prompts Gove to make U-turn at dispatch box.

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A no-deal Brexit would bring ‘some turbulence', admits GoveMichael Gove made the comments on 19 October to the House of Commons as talks between the two sides collapsed.

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Brexit: Many businesses still in the dark over government trade plans, says surveyFirms trading with Europe are told they must urgently prepare for Brexit - but some say they still don't know what this means.

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Is the UK forcing the EU into a Brexit deal or are trade talks really over?The government has launched a ‘time is running out' campaign telling businesses to prepare for the end of the transition.

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Gove says Barnier agreed to work on legal texts for Brexit dealThe Europen Union's chief negotiator Michel Barnier has agreed to intensify talks and work on legal texts for a Brexit trade deal, British minister Michael Gove said on Monday.

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U.K. Holds Out for EU Concessions Before Resuming Brexit TalksThe U.K. rebuffed the European Union's effort to restart their deadlocked trade negotiations, holding out for more concessions from the bloc before it is prepared to restart talks. Shared .

Unregistered Designs In The EU And UK Post BrexitThe EU's Fortress Europe approach to merit a change of practice for designers relying on these rights for protection in both jurisdictions.

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Theresa May scorns Michael Gove's post-Brexit security claims in Commons clashTheresa May signalled her apparent disgust with fellow Tory Michael Gove as he insisted the UK’s security and counter-terrorism capabilities would flourish in the wake of a no-deal Brexit.

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Change to the rules of origin in EU trade agreements to incorporate cross-border supply chains on the island of Ireland post BrexitWritten question E-005054/2020 to the Commission by Seán Kelly 16 September 2020 Numerous sectors and industries in Ireland have relied on long-standing cross-border supply chains.

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EU must commit to ‘detailed legal text' to break Brexit deadlock, says No 10Follow all the latest developments.

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UK will not go back to the negotiating table post-Brexit transition periodThe Prime Minister's spokesman's comments come as talks with the bloc failed last week and the UK seeks an 'Australian style' agreement.

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Brexiteer rows with James O'Brien over no-deal Brexit termsA Brexiteer has been accused of "unintentional honesty" after he told a radio presenter that he believed the term "Australia-style" was designed to "pull the wool over voters' eyes".

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Brexit on brink: 'Indecisive' Boris savaged by Ann Widdecombe 'we'd have a deal by now! 'BORIS JOHNSON must 'get a grip' of the Brexit situation and walk away from trade talks or risk the UK being saddled with a 'lousy' trade deal, former Brexit Party MEP Ann Widdecombe has said. Shared .

Brexit breakthrough: Leaver highlights crucial reasons businesses will come to UK over EUBREXITEER Syed Kamall highlighted the many reasons foreign investors will choose the UK over EU countries post-Brexit, as negotiators in Brussels continue to lock horns over a trade deal. Shared .

The UK is leaving the EU and it's down to themI think that the EU would definitely be better off with the UK as a member of it, and on balance that the UK would benefit from remaining in the EU.

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UK: BREXIT: The 'new' PointsThe United Kingdom officially left the European Union on 31 January 2020, and in doing so entered a withdrawal transition period where freedom of movement is still permitted as the UK continues to be a part of the common market.

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Willing to MeetThe latest from 10 Downing Street Is Boris is willing to meet Midway twixt the stance Of England and France In order, the talks, to complete Meanwhile, from the Far East we heard That growth was strong in, quarter, third They’re now set to be The only country Where year on year growth has occurred&.

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Brexit update: two months to UK-REACHThis post updates you on the UK REACH Regulation, the Governments main instrument for gathering hazard information for forming UK chemical policy post Brexit.

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Brexit: What is an Australia-style trade deal and what could it mean for the UK?Boris Johnson has claimed the EU has refused to agree to the "Canada-style" trade deal he wanted for the UK so it will now be "more like Australia's".

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Brexit news: David Davis savages EU's deal offer 'Not free tradeDAVID DAVIS raged at the EU for their Brexit trade deal offer which he dubbed as 'subordination' instead of free trade. Shared .

Mark Reckless quits Brexit Party to joins Senedd abolition partyHe quits the Brexit Party group to give people in Wales opposed to devolution "a proper voice".

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Brexit: UK calls for change as EU makes trade talks pledgeNo 10 says there is "no basis to resume talks" without changes, after the EU offers to "intensify" talks.

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EU NUTS: Veggie sausage debate more important to EU than A£672Bn Brexit trade deal COMMENTIF you were ever in any doubt as to the institutionalised insanity of the EU and wisdom of leaving look no further than the upcoming mammoth Brussels ruling on banning the name 'veggie burger'. Shared .

Five Things #48A film equal parts horror and comedy and one that would fall flat if either side hadn’t been up to muster.

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Brexit: Still 'no basis' to resume trade talks despite EU offer to 'intensify' negotiations, says Number 10Downing Street calls for a further shift in position from Brussels before agreeing to resume formal trade negotiations.

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Bbc Poll: Did The Bbc ‘side With The Eu' In Brexit Coverage? Vote HereTHE BBC has been accused by Labour peer Kate Hoey of 'siding' with the European Union over Brexit - but do you agree with the claim? Shared .

Brexit: What Will Finally Happen On January 1, 2021?There are just 75 days left until the end of the Brexit transition period on December 31, 2020.

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Peoples issues 'dark side of the moon' warning on no deal BrexitPeoples chairman Brian Gilda has warned that a no deal Brexit will severely impact dealers.

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What no-deal Brexit means, how it might happen, and how it might affect daily life in the UKAfter six months of negotiations and a stalemate over key issues, on Friday 16 October, Boris Johnson said the UK must be prepared for a no trade deal with the EU from January, in a strong sign that negotiations with Brussels are coming to an end.

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COVID-19 and Brexit a€“ what will the future of the dental industry look like?Daniel Davis discusses how J&S Davis adapted to the pandemic and how he sees the future of the dental industry unfolding in the face of Brexit. Shared .

Brexit impasse broken as EU agrees to open talksThe UK and the EU took a significant step towards resuming formal Brexit talks today after Brussels made a key concession by agreeing to "intense" discussions on legal texts.

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Analysis: Will a Brexit deal save the PM's approval ratings, and does he want one?The Prime Minister has vowed to walk away without a deal if the EU refuses to compromise, and insisted the UK does not need an agreement to flourish on the international stage.

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David Maughan Brown in York: Covid dilemmasOctober 17th Covid-19 has brought with it a spate of novel dilemmas – some of great moment, some infinitesimally small in comparison.

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UK coronavirus live: Matt Hancock warns deaths doubled in 12 days; no agreement in Manchester tier 3 talksHealth secretary addresses parliament on response to pandemic; two-week ‘firebreak' in Wales aimed at avoiding open-ended lockdown.

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Brexit breakthrough? UK, EU agree to intensify trade talksBritain and the European Union agreed on Monday to intensify trade talks and work on legal texts, a breakthrough of sorts after Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he was walking away from negotiations that had been deadlocked for weeks.

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Michael Gove told to "awa an bile yer heid" as MPs fear Brexit talks are heading for no-dealAs the EU signalled it will "intensify" talks this week the Cabinet Office Minister responsible faced a tough time in the Commons from sceptical MPs.

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The perfect Storm Of Covid, Peak And BrexitBobbie Ttooulis, Executive Director at GFS, warns that retailers are facing the perfect storm of COVID, PEAK and BREXIT and as a result, online sales, which had already been increasing around 20% year on year, suddenly rocketed to a 10-year high.

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Remainers blamed for Boris Johnson's failures over BrexitA Brexiteer has attempted to pin the blame for Boris Johnson failing to secure a good Brexit deal on Remainers.

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UK Should Adjust Rules for Financial Services to Stay Competitive After Brexit: StudyBritain should tweak financial rules after full Brexit to keep London's financial hub competitive and deepen ties with growth markets in Asia, a think tank said in a study on Monday.

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Bluff called Johnson found wanting .European Union leaders risk a no-deal Brexit by daring PM Boris Johnson to follow through with his threat to walk away from the wrangling over a trade deal.

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UK heading for no deal as Brexit negotiations collapse with EUMinisters have been told to ramp up preparations for a no-deal scenario after Michael Gove said the EU was ‘not forthcoming’ with its efforts. Shared .

Brexit-backing tycoon explains why Unite's money cut will be Labour's blessingBREXIT-backing tycoon John Mills has revealed why Unite's decision to cut its affiliation to the Labour Party by 10 percent is actually a blessing for the party's leader Sir Keir Starmer. Shared .

Brexit latest news: EU must show 'maturity' and 'respect' to strike last-minute deal, says ministerThe EU must show Britain more "respect" and "maturity" if an 11th-hour Brexit trade deal is to be secured in the remaining time, a Cabinet minister has said.

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Brexit negotiators attempt to reset trade talksEU officials are said to be expecting a ‘time out' period of a few days before discussions resume, writes Adam Forrest.

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John Redwood tears into 'cynical' EU in bid to use COVID-19 to trip up UK in Brexit talksBREXITEER John Redwood argued the EU was attempting to use a COVID-19 as an excuse in the Brexit trade talks. Shared .

No deal and WTO rules would be "devastating" for manufacturingThe UK automotive sector is export led. Eighty percent of finished vehicles are exported with 56percent of this going to the European Union By Steve Turner.

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Study: UK will lose 37% of foreign investment after BrexitFor the UK, a no-deal Brexit means a 37% loss of foreign investment, a study by University College London and the London School of Economics shows.

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Treasury moves to ‘take back control' of UK financial rulebook as Brexit talks near collapseMinisters will seek to uphold the UK's status as a global financial centre and does not intend to have ‘a bonfire of financial services regulation'

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'Brexit is as big a con as a Nigerian prince email'Boris Johnson has effectively said that a catastrophic No-Deal Brexit is now inevitable. This is a man who lied about giving £350 million per week to the NHS, who lied about an "oven ready deal".

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Faculty advised officials on how to police post-Brexit fishing watersThe AI firm, which previously worked for Dominic Cummings, has been helping the government come up with technological solutions for the slippery post-Brexit fish issue.

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Brexit and EU budget in spotlight This WEEKTense post-Brexit talks in London, and EU budget and rule-of-law negotiations in Brussels, will continue this week, as EU countries battle the second wave of Covid-19.

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Stock exchanges prepare to activate their Brexit contingency plansLondon's biggest share trading venues are preparing to switch on their Brexit contingency plans, reflecting fears in the City that the UK's departure from EU frameworks will trigger a radical reshuffle of where investors can buy and sell European stocks.

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UK's TariffsThe United Kingdom is still going through a major transition with their international politics and trade because of their decision to leave the European Union - a situation known as Brexit.

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Brexit buster can dramatically increase direct ferries to EuropeShipping line CLdN says it has ‘contingencies' for UK ‘landbridge' delays in a hard Brexit.

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Top UK bishops slam 'disastrous' bill as Brexit talks teeter Government U.K. European Union Brexit Northern IrelandThe U.K.'s most senior Anglican bishops have warned that legislation breaching part of the Brexit divorce agreement the government signed with the European Union will set a "disastrous precedent" and could undermine peace in Northern Ireland.

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Market Friday: Who's Afraid of a No-Deal Brexit? by Tom LuongoBoris Johnson is probably going to get a no-deal Brexit, which is what he wanted all along.


Brexit: UK's Archbishops condemn Boris Johnson's plan to break international lawFive church leaders signed a rare intervention warning the Internal Market Bill could 'profoundly affect' the Union of the four nations of the UK.

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UK business ordered to 'wake up' to prepare for no deal BrexitBREXIT preparations need to be sped up to ensure trade between the UK and the European Union is disrupted as little as possible in the event of no deal, Road Haulage Association CEO Richard Burnett warned. Shared .

Brexit brinkmanship: UK tells EU door still open for dealBritain said on Monday the door was still open if the European Union wanted to make some small concessions to save Brexit trade talks, but that unless the bloc budged there would be a no-deal exit in 10 weeks.

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Brexit: Anglican leaders issue Internal Market Bill warningThe intervention comes as peers are due to debate the Internal Market Bill for the first time.

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Brexit LIVE: Boris Johnson drop major hint he is 100% serious about walking away from EUMICHAEL GOVE'S Brexit committee is set to meet five times per week as of today in a huge hint Boris Johnson is serious about no deal. Shared .

Brexit Supporting French Rush To Buy London HomesIn anticipation of Brexit in January, upmarket London homes have been selling in record numbers.

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UK archbishops urge ministers not to breach international law over BrexitThe Anglican church has publicly challenged the government's willingness to break international law over Brexit, with five archbishops from the UK's four nations joining together to condemn what could be a "disastrous precedent".

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BREXIT  time is running out to prepareThe government urges business leaders to step up preparations for Australia-style arrangements from 1 January and launches time is running out campaign.

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Brexit: Drugs industry appeals to Boris Johnson for urgent action to avoid no-deal medicine shortagesExclusive: UK and EU ‘must prioritise patients', says trade body.

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Never mind the bishops, PM's Brexit bill faces an unholy battering in the LordsA total of 113 peers are due to discuss the bill this week - including Eurosceptics and Brussels lovers.

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Brexit negotiations expected to resume despite UK's tough rhetoricMichael Gove confirms British government's door to re-engagement with Brussels is ‘ajar'

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Bridlington Crab FishermenThe U.K.s exit from the European Union has sparked a battle over fishing in waters British and EU trawlers have shared for four decades.

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Brexit News Today: U.K. Could Rewrite Lawbreaking Bill as Part of EU DealBritish officials are ready to water down Boris Johnson's controversial lawbreaking Brexit legislation in a move that could revive failing talks with the European Union, according to people familiar with the matter. Shared .

Brexit: Anglican archbishops issue Internal Markets Bill warningThe intervention comes as peers are due to debate the Internal Markets Bill for the first time.

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Twilight ZoneI have spent much of today alternating between agitated anxiety and horrified terror. As Covid-19 cases surge exponentially, my son still has a week left at college before the half-term break and I have been trying to understand why this college - and schools and colleges across the UK - is not taking the step&.

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British firms warned to prepare for 'imminent' no-deal Brexit as trade talks 'collapse'Boris Johnson has said there is no point continuing talks with the EU with 200,000 traders to receive a letter detailing new customs and tax rules as exit draws closer.

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Newsletter 18 October 2020Somewhere, a lady with a Covid-risk BMI is warming up her vocal cords. It's the final Brexit countdown.

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Brexit negotiators to talk after Gove leaves door ajar for trade discussionsBrexit negotiators Lord Frost and Michel Barnier are expected to speak on Monday after Michael Gove said the door was "ajar" for trade talks to resume.

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UK can be a 'free agent' in financial markets after Brexit, says think tankThe UK can be a significant "free agent" in the global banking and financial markets once Brexit is over, a new report claims.

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SNP attacked after hitting out at Boris's no deal Brexit plansTHE SNP's demands have been branded 'ridiculous' after Scotland's Brexit Secretary called UK negotiators 'stupid and arrogant' and urged Boris Johnson to 'U-turn'. Shared .

There are far worse crimes than being smugI try to avoid the Sunday press. From its echoes on Twitter, it appears to be a troll-fest through which innocents like me are unpleasantly reminded of the existence of columnists we’d thought had gone to pasture years ago. And even the thoughtful ones, like Matthew Syed, feel an extra urge to be provocative on Sundays; perhaps it is that...

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Brexit fudge: Boris' bill could be 'watered down' to strike EU deal in dramatic climbdownA HUGE late Brexit breakthrough could be in sight with UK officials reportedly prepared to water down Boris Johnson's controversial Internal Market Bill in a dramatic move that could inject much-needed life into failing trade deal talks with the European Union. Shared .

Brexit legislation could set ‘disastrous precedent', archbishops warn in open letterArchbishops warn bill could ‘further undermine trust and goodwill' among home nations.

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Brexit: Less than 50% chance of EU trade deal, says Michael GoveThe senior Cabinet minister tells Brussels' negotiator Michel Barnier that" the ball is in his court" as to whether talks resume.

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Saying things in such a way that make a deal impossibleThe issue for the EU is this. It will only offer the UK tariff-free and quota-free access to the single market for goods if it can be certain that the goods being placed on the EU market are manufactured to EU standards and are not being unfairly subsidized.

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Brexit: Door 'still ajar' for EU trade talks, says GoveThe UK will continue to engage but only if the EU changes its position in key areas, says Michael Gove.

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Macron's last-ditch punishment plot: France threatens UK with devastating energy blockadeEMMANUEL MACRON confirmed that the EU would launch a devastating energy embargo against the UK if Boris Johnson refuses to give in on fisheries. Shared .

Day 291  German Citizenship TestI promise this was more fun than it sounds! If you're not familiar with my blog, a quick introduction is necessary: I'm Hannah, I'm British, and I've lived in Frankfurt, Germany for the past 8 years.

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Michael Gove leaves door ‘ajar' for post-Brexit trade talks with EUThe Cabinet Office minister said EU officials will have to back down if chief negotiator Michel Barnier is to resume negotiations in London this week.

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Brexit: Michael Gove says door still ‘ajar' for trade talks with EUMichael Gove has claimed the door is still "ajar" for Brexit trade talks to continue, as Sir Keir Starmer urged ministers to show flexibility in the remaining weeks of the transition period to secure a deal in the "national interest".

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Boris Johnson is dancing with danger by threatening a crash-out BrexitRishi Sunak and Michael Gove are among the cabinet ministers increasingly terrified by the consequences of failing to reach a deal with the EU.

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Leaver predicts instant Brexit success when EU ties finally cutUK FARMERS will reap the benefit from increased confidence in British brands post-Brexit, according to Sir John Redwood. Shared .

'Door is ajar' on Brexit trade talks if EU is serious: UK's GoveThe door is still ajar for Britain and the European Union to strike a post-Brexit trade deal but the bloc needs to change its approach and show it is serious before talks can resume this week, senior British minister Michael Gove said.

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Experts claim Boris Johnson's ‘thin' EU deal will cause major economic upsetThe outcome being pursued by the prime minister in the Brexit trade talks will not avoid costly friction at the border.

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Brexiteer John Redwood mocks Barnier in scathing tirade after Boris puts EU in its placeBREXITEER John Redwood ripped into Michel Barnier, telling the chief EU negotiator to stay put in Brussels 'unless he understands that we intend to be independent' following Boris Johnson's defiant warning to EU leaders. Shared .

Door of No10 should be slammed in Barnier's faceIF anything has underlined why the British were right to vote to leave the European Union it has been the behaviour of the Brussels elite in the negotiations that have proceeded. Shared .

‘Biden gets Ireland': why Joe in the Oval Office would thrill Joe in MayoThe would-be president is proud of his heritage. And many in Ireland see in him a chance for change on issues like Brexit.

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Brexit climbdown: Theresa May's deal was designed to let UK rejoin the EU, says LeaverFORMER Prime Minister Theresa May's withdrawal agreement was specifically designed to keep the UK as close to the EU as possible, with a view to rejoining the bloc within ten years, a Brexiteer has claimed. Shared .

Brexit Is No Match for the Pandemic's Grip Over European MarketsEuropean investors started the past week preparing for a Brexit showdown. They ended up getting blindsided by a fresh wave of virus restrictions, in a reminder of the pandemic's power to thrash markets. Shared .

Livelihoods will be crushed in this vice of disease and BrexitLeave campaigners were heedless of the economic damage they might do. Now they must reckon with a pandemic as well.

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Michael Gove says UK is 'well prepared' for no-deal BrexitMichael Gove has said the ball is in the EU's court as to whether trade talks continue and that the UK is "well prepared" for a no-deal Brexit in January.

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Boris Johnson's Brexit plot may have 'put US-UK trade deal at risk'BORIS JOHNSON may have put a post-Brexit trade deal with the US in danger by introducing the controversial Internal Market Bill, a commentator has claimed. Shared .

Brexit news a€“ live: Farmers make final plea over chlorinated chicken as Tony Blair denies breaching quarantineThe National Farmers' Union has called on parliament to adopt an amendment to the Agriculture Bill which they say will protect UK food standards in future trade deals.

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Brexit Countdown: 74 days until the end of the transition periodThe UK left the European Union on January 31. Here we look at the latest figures and key dates in the ongoing Brexit process.

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EU's Brexit talks have been nothing but posturing to benefit France says DAVID MADDOXIF anything has underlined why the British were right to vote to leave the European Union it has been the behaviour of the Brussels elite in the negotiations that have proceeded. Shared .

Food has got more expensive since Brexit and things will only get worse, SNP warnFood has got more expensive since Brexit and things will only get worse, the SNP have claimed.

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Brexit trade talks won't resume for YEARS as EU makes 'major misjudgment' of UKTHE UK Government now believes it may be 'several years' before Brexit trade talks can start again with the most recent negotiations derailed by EU posturing and game-playing. Shared .

Banks are on guard for a no‑deal Brexit. That's not necessarily good for the CityWhile the Department for Transport builds a giant car park with room for 1,700 lorries in Kent, the mood in the City and Canary Wharf is calm.

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'Now is the time for historic political leadership' Business groups issue plea for Brexit trade dealThe CBI and 71 separate trade associations and professional bodies said a deal would "turbo charge" business preparations for Brexit and increase confidence in the UK as a place to invest, as well as helping to ease implementation of the Northern Ireland Protocol.

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Brexit: the dark at the end of the tunnelAs if coronavirus were not enough, the ogre of a no deal lurks.

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'They don't want us to succeed! ' David Davis names the two EU nations who fear UK triumphDAVID DAVIS has claimed the fact some European Union nations do not want the UK to succeed following Brexit is the reason the trading bloc has refused to give Britain a Canada style deal. Shared .

Nonesuch&Does anyone really know anymore what the hell is happening? I fear we all know the answer to that.

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Whitehall tries to ramp up business support as Brexit cliff-edge nearsUK-EU talks end in deadlock, leaving Alok Sharma seeking cash to help businesses navigate no-deal.

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The Clown In Formal ShoesYou have to wonder about the Tories and their commitment to the union when they are prepared to anoint a clown as their Scottish branch manager.

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Brexit fishing row: Macron warned HUGE gamble will leave him with 'egg on his face'EMMANUEL MACRON has been warned if his aggressive strategy around fishing in a post-Brexit trade deal backfires, 'he will end up with egg on his face' and be faced with a 'difficult conversation' with French fishermen. Shared .

Thousands call for Brexit 'lorry park' to be named after Nigel FarageA tongue-in-cheek petition calls for the Brexit Party leader to be honoured for his ‘contribution to the UK leaving the EU’, as Boris Johnson tells the country to prepare for a ‘no deal’. Shared .

The great Brexit blame gameFor the past four years, Rob Hollyman has been trying to work out what Brexit will mean for haulage firms such as his that cross the Channel daily.

The Sunday Times Shared .

Scottish Brexit secretary Michael Russell: UK Brexit officials ‘stupid and arrogant'Michael Russell, the Scottish Brexit secretary, issued a rebuke to the UK government last night as Boris Johnson warned that Britain could leave the EU without a deal.

The Sunday Times Shared .

Gordon Brown: UK headed for 'double cliff edge' of Brexit and economic crisisThe former prime minister is urging Rishi Sunak to extend the furlough scheme. Shared .

Catches, quotas and communities: the key fisheries issues at stakeWhat are the forces at play as the end of the Brexit transition period looms?

The Guardian Shared .

Brixham's fishermen hope Brexit will tip the scales for a shrinking industryBountiful waters off south Devon are also fished by EU boats, according to EU rules.

The Guardian Shared .

Eutopianism and the Future of the European UnionIn much media coverage of Brexit Britain is cast as perfidious and deluded, and the EU as moderate and pragmatic. Britain’s post-Brexit future is seen as dim. But a realistic analysis would look first at the EU, and how its irrational and obsolete ‘Eutopianism’ is threatened by the new challenges of the contemporary world.Â...

Briefings For Brexit Shared .

Letters: A Brexit no-deal and coronavirus double whammy will be too much to bearPlease send your letters to.

The Independent Shared .

EU's idiocy could see Italy leave bloc to strike own Brexit deal with UK says MARCO LONGHIAS HAS been confirmed this week by the European Council, it is obvious the EU wants to make things as difficult as possible for the UK, see how it wants to control our fishing waters, how it wants to dictate whether we can move goods within our own country. Shared .

Brexit crisis: Boris warned EU won't finally cave to UK demandsBORIS JOHNSON has been warned by readers the European Union will not cave to his latest ultimatum on a post-Brexit trade deal and has been backed to take the UK out of the bloc without an agreement in place. Shared .

Brexiteer accuses EU of TRAPPING Britain with damaging red tapeA BREXITEER has accused the European Union of 'ensnaring' the UK with common policies - including the Common Fisheries Policy which British fishermen say has decimated their livelihoods. Shared .

Hope from down underWhen the second Gulf War was underway, I was commuting to a Dubai for work  a week here, a week there.

Word From Tim Shared .

live: Boris Johnson accused of 'abrogation of responsibility' over no-deal as Arcuri 'admits affair'Find your bookmarks in your Independent Premium section, under my profile.

The Independent Shared .

BBC's Katya Adler exposes how Angela Merkel's Brexit wish was instantly shut down by BorisBBC's Europe Editor Katya Adler has explained how Boris Johnson's dramatic no deal warning yesterday shut down German Chancellor Angela Merkel's Brexit plan. Shared .

Northern Ireland politicians round on Boris Johnson as he halts Brexit talksSenior political figures in Northern Ireland have rounded on Boris Johnson after he called a halt to talks with Brussels on a post-Brexit free trade agreement, warning the UK to prepare for a final no-deal break with the European Union.

Belfasttelegraph Shared .

David Davis: EU doesn't want UK to succeed post-BrexitThe former Brexit Secretary said that although the EU has played hardball in negotiations, he is confident the UK will leave the EU with a deal.

LBC Shared .

Scotland's papers: Managers 'unite' in Covid plea and no-deal BrexitScotland's front pages dominated by Old Firm clash following safety messages from Lennon and Gerrard.

BBC Shared .

Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown warns of Brexit-Covid double whammy for jobsFormer Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, has warned the UK is heading for a double cliff edge of Brexit and an economic collapse caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Scotsman Shared .

Emmanuel Macron isolated by EU leaders scrambling to rescue Brexit talksInfluential figures, including Angela Merkel, vowed to compromise over a free-trade deal. Shared .

Boris told to tear up Brexit Withdrawal Agreement or Britain 'risks owing A£100billion'BORIS Johnson must tear up the Withdrawal Agreement with the EU before the end of the year or risk the bloc pursuing the UK for a staggering £100billion after Brexit, the head of a banking consultancy has claimed. Shared .

Farmers make final plea over chlorinated chicken as Gove admits no-deal Brexit ‘wouldn't be picnic'Follow the latest developments.

The Independent Shared .

You've heard of tax havens. After Brexit, the UK could become a 'data haven'If Britain were to host data acquired in unlawful ways, the financial and reputational damage would be huge, says Carissa Véliz, author of Privacy is Power.

The Guardian Shared .

Out of his depthI tried, I really tried. I thought I’d lay off, for a while anyway, my criticism of the inept UK Government – which isn’t easy given that there are so many easy targets to aim for with everything they do.

Martin B Lewis Shared .

How likely is a Brexit deal? Top experts calculate probability of trade agreementBrexit negotiations continue to fascinate, infuriate and exhaust millions of us desperate to know what the outcome will be in the weeks ahead.

MSN Shared .

Brexit: Trade talks with the EU are over, says No 10"No point" in further discussions with the EU unless it changes course, Downing Street says.

BBC Shared .

Analysis: Is Boris Johnson bluffing and what does a no-deal Brexit mean for Scottish independenceFor all of his flag-waving, Brexit bluster and faux-Churchillian elocution, Boris Johnson has led a government that has delivered almost year-old rotten leftovers rather than his promised ‘oven-ready' trade deal.

The Scotsman Shared .

Brexit: End of transition period must be put on hold given Covid and UK Government's shocking lack of preparation a€“A Brian WilsonBrexit: End of transition period must be put on hold given Covid and UK Government's shocking lack of preparation – Brian Wilson.

The Scotsman Shared .

Brexit poll: After Boris's ultimatum, will EU finally cave and accept UK demands? VOTEBORIS JOHNSON has told the European Union talks on a post-Brexit free trade agreement are over unless Brussels shows a 'fundamental change of approach' - so do you think the bloc will finally give in to the UK's demands to reach a deal? Shared .

A Brexit no-deal and coronavirus double whammy will be too much for the UK to bearI could not agree more with Sean O'Grady's comments that with this no-deal brinkmanship, slap bang in the Covid-19 country, we are all inhabiting more fear in our curtailed lives.

MSN Shared .

Brexit: Boris Johnson's no-deal will damage the UK for years to come a€“A Scotsman commentThe UK's declaration that the Brexit trade talks are "over" was either a bluff ahead of EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier's visit to London or a sign that the Government has succumbed to the dangerous delusions of the most feverish of Brexiteers.

The Scotsman Shared .

French minister issues no deal Brexit threat warning EU will not 'strike deal at any cost'FRANCE has sent a thinly-veiled threat to Boris Johnson after he told the UK to get ready for a no deal Brexit as negotiations neared breaking point. Shared .

live: Michel Barnier told not to come to London as Jennifer Arcuri 'admits Boris Johnson affair'There is "no point" in Michel Barnier coming to London for planned Brexit talks, Downing Street has said. Provided by The Independent.

MSN Shared .

Brexit betrayal! Boris and May savaged for making HUGE fishing error in EU dealBORIS JOHNSON and Theresa May have been brutally attacked for making a huge error with fisheries in a Brexit deal with the European Union, with the Conservatives warned failing to deliver on their promises will leave them facing 'severe' consequences. Shared .

Frexit predicted as pressure builds in EU with UK set for Brexit successFREXIT champion Charles-Henri Gallois warned the EU France will be leaving the bloc after the UK makes a success of Brexit. Shared .

UK credit rating downgraded by Moody's amid growth concernsCredit ratings agency Moody's has downgraded Britain's credit status, citing a decline in economic strength in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and continued Brexit uncertainty.

The Guardian Shared .

Brexit backlash: Farage kicked out of EU's former politicians clubUnlike the rest of the former MEPs who lost their seats in the European Parliament when the UK formally left the EU back in January, Mr Farage has been denied entry to the European Parliament Former Members Association. Shared .

Brexiteer John Redwood furiously lashes out at Angela MerkelBREXITEER John Redwood raged at Angela Merkel and demanded the EU finally understand Britain wants to be independent. Shared .

Boris Johnson's threat to plunge UK into no-deal Brexit is terrifying prospectRecord View says the Scottish economy is already reeling from the devastating effects of the coronavirus lockdown and last thing needed is toxic shock of no-deal Brexit.

Daily Record Shared .

EU panic: Brexit triumph reanimates Brussels 'existential crisis' for future of blocBREXITEER Syed Kamall argued the EU faces an existential crisis after the UK completely cuts ties with the bloc. Shared .

Martin Rowson: shadows darken for Boris JohnsonThe prime minister, already struggling to control the coronavirus crisis, has told the UK to prepare for a no-deal Brexit on 1 January 2021.

The Guardian Shared .

Brexit: End of talks 'hugely concerning' for farmersFarmers say they will face an "incredibly difficult marketplace" if no EU trade deal is reached.

BBC Shared .

Unelected Lords attempt to meddle in Boris' Brexit trade plan by siding with SNPA BREXIT battle erupted tonight after unelected peers in the House of Lords moaned that controversial trade legislation would 'destabilise' devolution. Shared .

Brexit: a€˜It is up to the UK to decide where they want to be, a€™ says EU Commission VP Schinas"The European Union will exhaust all margins to have an agreement before the end of the transition period," the Vice President of the European Commission, Margaritis Schinas, says as the rhetoric on Brexit heats up between Britain and the EU.

France 24 Shared .

Eu-uk: No-deal LoomingBrussels 16.10.2020 The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that it was time to prepare for a UK exit from the European Union without a negotiated deal on their future relationship unless there is a drastic change in the bloc's position.


Brexit Latest: Boris Johnson's No-Deal Warning Leaves Door Open to More EU TalksThe European Union isn't taking Boris Johnson's threats to walk away from seven months of trade negotiations at face value. Shared .

Brexit: The fight for fishAfter months of talks attempting to secure a post-Brexit trade deal, how has fishing come to decide the UK's political future?

Sky News Shared .

The Times view on the possibility of a no-deal Brexit: Keep TalkingDid Boris Johnson pull the plug on the Brexit negotiations or not? As so often with this government's communications, it was hard to tell.

The Times Shared .

UK: Brexit: Trade talks with the EU are 'over', says No 10Talks between the UK and EU over a post-Brexit trade agreement are over, Downing Street has said.


Post-Brexit deal: Britain on brink after halting EU talksTalks on a future trade deal are "over" and a round of negotiations in London next week has been cancelled after Boris Johnson called on Britain to prepare for a no-deal Brexit yesterday.

The Times Shared .

Boris Johnson tells UK: prepare for a no-deal BrexitPrime minister says EU must change its approach to talks if deal to be reached.

The Guardian Shared .

Fears shipping firms could abandon Liverpool after Brexit as port struggles to cope with thousands more checks on goodsFears have been raised the Port of Liverpool may be abandoned by shipping companies after Brexit as it struggles to carry out the thousands more checks per year on goods coming into the country.

Business Live Shared .

What was the point of Johnson's Brexit statement? To save faceEU figures say the PM's heralding of no-deal preparations changes nothing for the negotiations.

The Guardian Shared .

Brexit is threatening to undermine retailers' and suppliers' collaborative spiritThe issue of who will cover the extra costs of imports from the EU in the event of a no-deal has already caused friction between supermarkets and suppliers.

The Grocer Shared .

Brexit highlights 1-15 October 2020HM Government published a new document - The Border with the European Union - The House of Commons Library produced several research briefings - Family visa requirements: future changes affecting British citizens in the EU; The UK-EU Withdrawal Agreement: dispute settlement and EU powers; Reading list of UK and devolved Parliament and Assembly...

Middle Temple Library Blog Shared .

Food industry dismayed by government's warning to prepare for no-deal BrexitThe food industry has reacted with dismay after Boris Johnson's comments that businesses must now prepare for a no-deal Brexit.

The Grocer Shared .

GI protection post-Brexit: What food and drink producers need to knowThe Brexit transition period is due to end in less than three months. What does this mean for food and beverage producers with geographical indication protection? Shared .

I'm sickI’m sick this morning, I’m so so sick. I’m sick and tired of having to face another day of unionism being rammed down my throat!

Noises Fae The Heid Shared .

Sterling choppy amid uncertainty over Brexit talks and Covid lockdownsRolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as EU leaders said Brexit talks would continue next week.

The Guardian Shared .

Uk Brexit Planning ChecklistThere is still some uncertainty as to whether the UK or EU will agree a tariff free trade agreement.

Courts Accountancy Services Shared .

Brexit deal on brink as Simon Coveney's ‘scepticism' over broken promises exposedBREXIT negotiations have reached the final tipping point as Boris Johnson gives no deal the green light once again - just as reports that Ireland's Foreign Minister claimed the EU were always 'sceptical' the UK would keep its Brexit promises have emerged. Shared .

UK PM Will Continue Banging Head Against Brick WallBoris Johnson continues to bang his head against a wall to try and get a deal from the EU, why?

Vivek Rajkhowa Shared .

Don't give up on a Brexit deal just yetThe rhetoric gets worse but the UK and EU are still talking.


Petition to name post-Brexit Kent ‘lorry park' the Farage GarageWinter is coming, coronavirus has really got its feet under the table and any semblance of sanity has clearly taken its leave from the Brexit negotiations...

The Loadstar Shared .

Don't give up on a Brexit deal just yetThe rhetoric gets worse but the UK and EU are still talking.

Politico Shared .

Brexit: Michel Barnier told to stay home after Boris Johnson says EU 'abandoned free trade deal'The PM says "there doesn't seem to be any progress coming from Brussels", but leaders there say talks will continue next week.

Sky News Shared .

Notice to exporters 2020/14: EU dual-use OGEL sign-upNotice NTE 2020/14: sign up for the EU dual-use OGEL Published 16 October 2020 Contents What you need to do Apply for the new licence You may have seen Notice 2020 / 03 with information about how to register for the open general export licence.

Mr. Watchlist Shared .

Is 'No Deal Brexit' Nearly There?It is less than 24 hours after Brussels and London agreed to two more rounds of trade talks – one in London next week, and another in Brussels the week after, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told the UK that he will seek a “no-deal” Brexit unless there is a “fundamental change of approach” from the EU.

Politics From The "Westminster Wing" Shared .

For all the angry talk from both sides, a Brexit trade deal is coming down the trackIt suits everyone for negotiators to play it even longer, while leaders indulge in a bit of political theatre.

The Telegraph Shared .

Brexit; No Deal In SightIt is less than 24 hours after Brussels and London agreed to two more rounds of trade talks - one in London next week, and another in Brussels the week after, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told the UK that he will seek a "no-deal" Brexit unless there is a "fundamental change of approach" from the EU.

Andrew L Gardner Shared .

Nicola Sturgeon anger at Boris Johnson over no-deal Brexit in deadly pandemicThe First Minister warned Boris Johnson should have been focused 100% on getting Britain out of a pandemic, not spending time on leaving Europe.

Daily Record Shared .

Boris Johnson tells UK to expect Australia-style trade deal with EUIn a televised speech, the British prime minister says that without a 'fundamental change of approach' by the EU, Brexit talks in Brussels will not progress.

The Guardian Shared .

Tesco chairman warns of short-term food shortages after BrexitIn an interview with Bloomberg Television on Friday, John Allan said ‘there may be some things we have to learn to do without for a few weeks, possibly a few months'

The Grocer Shared .

Review: Just Like YouGenre: Adult FictionPublisher: Viking UKPublication Date: September 17th 2020Format: PaperbackSource: Times ReadsPage Count: 310 Blurb from Goodreads: The person you are with is just like you: same background, same age, same interests.

The Reader Devotee Shared .

Brexiteers celebrate no deal Brexit as Barnier told talks OVER unless EU changes tuneBREXITEERS have rejoiced at the prospect of cutting ties with the EU with a no deal Brexit after David Frost told Michel Barnier not to bother continuing with trade deal talks. Shared .

Boris Johnson keeps talking with EU but says UK should prepare for no-dealBritish prime minister said EU has refused to negotiate seriously..

Politico Shared .

Brexit Party members of Welsh Parliament join new Senedd groupTwo Brexit Party members of the Welsh Parliament and independent member Caroline Jones are forming a new political group in the Senedd.

BBC Shared .

Jointed Letter to Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission and Boris Johnson, British Prime MinisterDear President von der Leyen and Prime Minister Johnson, For the last four years, the European and UK research community has been calling for continued scientific cooperation post-Brexit.

Pascal LAMY Shared .

Brexit: Britain has ‘much more to lose' in fishing talks, warns former French ministerRaab says deal can be done but requires ‘flexibility on both sides'

The Independent Shared .

Brexit Latest News: Boris Johnson Says U.K. Preparing for No-Deal BrexitNegotiations between Britain and the European Union are set to continue next week even after Boris Johnson said he believes a trade deal is now unlikely. Shared .

What happens now with Brexit? Boris Johnson's statement explained and what it means for youThe PM declared there's no point carrying on unless the EU changes - and told Michel Barnier not to bother showing up on Monday.

Mirror Shared .

What are the lessons from the EU for the UK's own internal market?This post is by Nigel Haigh, former director of the Institute for European Environmental Policy and chair of Green Alliance from 1989 to 1998.

Inside Track Shared .

What does no-deal Brexit mean? Consequences of UK leaving the EU without deal after Boris Johnson's warningWithout a 'fundamental change of approach' from the EU, Britain is prepared to comply with World Trade Organisation rules on trade, Boris Johnson has said. Shared .

German EU Minister Michael Roth laments lack of progress in Brexit talksMichael Roth, German minister for Europe, has said that Brexit negotiations have made no progress in the last few months.

DW.COM Shared .

Brexit fury: Raab rips into 'unwilling' EU as he answers whether UK will finally walk awayDOMINIC RAAB branded the EU Council summit conclusions 'disappointing' after member state leaders demanded that the UK drop its red lines on the trade deal to reach a compromise before the deadline. Shared .

EU's Brexit punishment plot backfires as Europeans think UK will FLOURISH poll saysA NEW poll has sparked alarm for leaders in Brussels amid deadlocked Brexit talks, as a huge number of Italians and French predicted Britain will 'flourish' after ditching the EU. Shared .

UK coronavirus live: Boris Johnson expected to reveal his next moves on local restrictions and BrexitPM set to announce action on high Covid areas of England in Greater Manchester and Lancashire and also on EU trade talks.

The Guardian Shared .

Boris must bring down the curtain on this farce nowThe conclusions of the European Council on Brexit today were entirely predictable. The communiqué has been published in draft in the European press and widely trailed in the media for the past two weeks.

Briefings For Brexit Shared .

Prospect of no-deal Brexit ‘frustrating and depressing', says SturgeonNicola Sturgeon says she is "deeply frustrated and depressed" that Boris Johnson is preparing for a no-deal Brexit after she suspended her Scottish independence campaign because of the pandemic.

The Times Shared .

No-deal Brexit: What will it mean for Scotland?The prospect of a no-deal Brexit has moved a step closer after Boris Johnson put the country on alert to prepare for such a scenario.

The Scotsman Shared .

Brexit brinkmanship: Johnson says prepare for no-deal, cancels trade talksPrime Minister Boris Johnson said on Friday it was now time to prepare for a no-trade deal Brexit unless the European Union fundamentally changed course, bluntly telling Brussels that there was no point in talking any more.

U.K. Shared .

Joe Biden's Brexit intervention met with furyJOE BIDEN's Brexit intervention was met with rage from Brexiteer MPs after Prime Minister Boris Johnson angered the EU. Shared .

Tom Peck: On coronavirus and on Brexit, Boris Johnson is a prisoner of his own artless drivelWhere it all leaves us, who knows? Coronavirus is resurgent, and the nation is too fractured, fed up and confused to care.

The Independent Shared .

Trade deal signed! UK agrees ANOTHER major agreementBRITAIN has signed yet another post-Brexit trade deal, just hours before Boris Johnson's expected no-deal ultimatum to salvage crumbling talks with the European Union. Shared .

Boris Johnson's tough talk on a no-deal Brexit may not be all it seemsDespite the hardline rhetoric, a trade agreement is still possible  and the prime minister wants one, says Anand Menon of the UK in a Changing Europe.

The Guardian Shared .

Trade talks are over, says No 10, as Boris Johnson paves way for No DealBrexit trade talks between the UK and EU "are over", Downing Street said today, after Boris Johnson told the country to brace for a no deal.

The Telegraph Shared .

European Parliament Plenary Session a€“ October II 2020Parliaments second plenary session in October will be the first ever to be held entirely virtually, due to the ongoing pandemic.

European Parliamentary Research Service Blog Shared .

Planning for BrexitIn this case study, Carl Brookes - vice president of Manufacturing and Supply Chain operations at Kindeva Drug Delivery and product commercialisation manager Francis Mackin explore what CDMOs should be doing to prepare for Brexit.

EPM Magazine Shared .

Brexit latest: Brexiteer suggests PERFECT plan to deliver fishing victoryA BREXITEER has suggested a plan to ensure the UK regains full control of its fishing waters, as the EU is refusing to budge on the matter. Shared .

'Not working for us! ' BBC host explodes as French MEP claims EU fishing 'benefits' membersFRENCH MEP Nathalie Loiseau was left stunned as BBC presenter Mishal Husain shut down her claim the EU Fisheries Agreement had been 'benefiting' all members of the union, including the UK, for years. Shared .

No-deal Brexit: Prime Minister says talks 'over'Boris Johnson has told Britain to "get ready" for a no-deal Brexit in January, as last-ditch negotiations failed to result in a trade deal.

Press And Journal Shared .

UK economy not ready for no-deal Brexit, say business leadersCBI warns Boris Johnson that Britain needs a deal as it is already facing impact of Covid.

The Guardian Shared .

Brexit: Businesses fear ‘dual impact' of coronavirus and no-deal departure from EUPandemic will magnify not mask the damage from EU exit, warn businesses.

The Independent Shared .

Boris isn't bluffing about a no-deal BrexitSince Boris's thumping general election win in December, I've lost count of the number of people - both Remainers and Leavers - who tell me that no deal just won't happen.

Nick Tyrone Shared .

Braking the law: is there, and should there be, an executive veto over laws made by parliament?During the Brexit crises of 2019, something exceptionally rare happened twice in less than six months: parliament passed legislation without the government’s consent.

The Constitution Unit Blog Shared .

Nigel Farage: 'We won Brexit and now I want the little guy to take back control of his finances'In an exclusive interview Britain's biggest Brexit campaigner tells why he has teamed up with a firm to publish unregulated investment tips.

The Telegraph Shared .