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21 Jul
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M&S boss warns of empty shelves in NIreland due to Brexit deal

UK retailer Marks & Spencer warned that it would not supply some Christmas good to Northern Ireland due to increased customs checks as part of the Brexit deal signed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

18 Jun
UK food and drink exports to EU fall by £2bn in Q1 of 2021

HMRC said on Friday that British food and drink exports to the EU fell by £2bn in the first quarter of 2021, revealing structural problems with Brexit.

17 Jun
EU citizens seeking employment in UK down 36% since Brexit

The number of EU citizens searching for employment in the UK has fallen by over a third since Brexit.

08 Jun
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Northern Ireland business group issues plea to UK government to end Brexit uncertainty

The Northern Ireland Business Brexit Working Group issued a plea to the UK Government and the EU to end the uncertainty for business.

02 Jun
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Trans-Pacific trade deal members agree for UK to join pact

Member nations of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership on Wednesday officially agreed to allow the UK to start the joining process.

19 May
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UK government open to trade deal that removes tariffs on food

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the country was open to a trade deal with Australia that would remove tariffs on food imports.

06 May
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UK sends navy boats to Jersey after 80 French vessels gather to protest Brexit rules

The UK government dispatched naval gunboats to the coast of Jersey after 80 French vessels gathered at the port in St Helier in protest over post-Brexit rules on fishing rights.

14 Apr
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UK to respond to EU legal action over NI checks in May

Britain agreed with the European Union that it would respond to legal action taken by the bloc on the implementation of trading rules in Northern Ireland by mid-May.

08 Apr
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Northern Ireland govt to meet as Belfast riots escalate

The devolved Northern Irish government is set to meet on Thursday to discuss the ongoing riots in Belfast after a sixth consecutive night of disturbances.

08 Mar
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EU agrees WTO agriculture quotas with US following Brexit

The European Union and the United States have concluded negotiations to implement the EU's agricultural quotas under World Trade Organization rules following the UK’s exit from the bloc.

05 Mar
EU to take legal action 'very soon' over UK Brexit deal breach

The European Union will launch legal action against the UK “very soon” over its decision to delay implementation of part of the Brexit deal relating to Northern Ireland.

04 Mar
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EU threatens UK with legal action over post-Brexit trade arrangement

The European Union is threatening the UK with legal action over differences on their post-Brexit trade agreement and more specifically areas involving Northern Ireland.

03 Mar
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UK Budget: Brexit disruption to hit Q1 GDP by 0.5%

Brexit disruption at the start of the year will reduce British productivity by 4% over the longer term and hit first quarter GDP by 0. 5%, the Office for Budgetary Responsibility said on Wednesday.

11 Feb
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Amsterdam tops London as Europe's number one share trading hub

Amsterdam ousted London as Europe’s top share trading hub this month as a result of the shift in the location for dealing stocks and derivatives after Brexit.

10 Feb
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Brexit could cause annual losses of £9.5bn for London economy

Brexit could potentially cost London’s economy £9. 5bn a year the latest research from the Mayor of London’s office revealed on Wednesday.

03 Feb
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UK admits Brexit port delays more than 'teething problems'

UK government minister Michael Gove admitted that Brexit border delays were more than “teething problems” as he asked the EU for an extension to 2023 of grace periods for full checks on goods traded between Britain and Northern Ireland.

02 Feb
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NIreland suspends Brexit checks over threats to port staff

Brexit checks on animal and food products coming into Belfast and Larne ports have been suspended over fears for the safety of staff working there, according to Northern Ireland’s agriculture ministry.

27 Jan
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Amazon halts alcohol sales in NIreland due to Brexit customs rules

Amazon has stopped selling wines, beers and spirits to Northern Ireland along with a longer list of products due to new Brexit customs rules.

22 Jan
Nissan claims Brexit gave it competitive edge on car battery tariffs

Nissan claimed on Friday that Brexit had given the carmaker an edge because now it would purchase more batteries within the UK in order to avoid tariffs.

20 Jan
Brexit has led to loss of 2,500 British finance jobs and €170bn moving to France

Britain’s exit from the European Union is the cause of 2,500 finance jobs and €170bn in assets moving to France, said the governor of the Bank of France on Wednesday.