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Blockchain and Trade: Not a Fix for Brexit, but Could Revolutionise Global Value Chains (If Governments Let It)
One of the most tone-deaf suggestions in the Brexit proceedings so far came in August 2017, when the UK Brexit team released a long-awaited position paper ...
UK at risk of Brexit brain drain, warns ACCA
With the UK government seemingly committed to sacrificing freedom of movement in pursuit of a 'hard' Brexit, ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified ...
ACCA responds to triggering of Article 50
In response to the announcement that Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty has been triggered by the UK government John Williams, head of ACCA (the Association of ...
UK BioIndustry Association statement in response to Prime Minister triggering Article 50
In response to the Prime Minister's triggering of Article 50 today, BIA CEO, Steve Bates OBE, said:
Funding Options for SMEs Post-Brexit
It's widely accepted that Brexit will have a major impact on the British economy but the slow progress of negotiations and lack of clarity is leading to ...
NEW SURVEY: Nearly Two-Thirds of Brits Want to Keep EU Chemical Safety Standards After Brexit
Nearly two-thirds (63%) of British citizens, including 62% of Leave voters - believe that there should be no reduction in regulatory standards that protect ...
European health community calls on the EU and UK to prioritise patients as crunch Article 50 decision approaches
Today a group of organisations representing patients, healthcare professionals and the health care industry have called on the EU and UK to prioritise patients ...
European businesses welcome Transition Period but need to know end state to prepare for Brexit
The Council of British Chambers of Commerce in Europe (COBCOE) welcomes the Transition Period announcement on 19 March 2018 but warns that lack of detail about ...
Europe-wide study on 'shock-proof' firms ahead of Brexit
A new study on business resilience in five European countries will draw up lessons on ‘shock-proofing’ firms on both sides of the Channel ahead of Brexit.
Brexit chaos 'more nerve-wracking than the World Cup', say parcel export experts
'We'd rather watch England take penalties in the World Cup final than see Britain go into the final round of Brexit negotiations so disunified' says ParcelHero
MedTech Europe: Brexit deal must ensure continued access to needed medtech
MedTech Europe, the trade association representing the medical technology industry, wants negotiators to be highly sensitive to the impact of Brexit to ...
UK can cancel Brexit decision unilaterally, rules EU Court
The United Kingdom does have the right to revoke Brexit unilaterally, to remain in the EU under terms that are unchanged as regards its status as a Member ...
US demands should come as no surprise given UK approach to trade talks
Nigel Driffield, Professor of International Business at Warwick Business School, comments on the leaked documents on UK-US trade talks.
Expert comment: Skills-based immigration system could create huge shortage of workers
Commenting on the Government's plans for a skills-based immigration system, Jimmy Donaghey, Professor of International Human Resource Management at Warwick ...
How To Stop Brexit (And Make Britain Great Again)
There is nothing remotely inevitable about Brexit – except that it will be deeply damaging if it happens. Extricating Britain from Europe will be the greatest ...
Bremain in Spain says: No to Boris, Yes to Europe
On Saturday 20 July, members of Bremain in Spain returned to London to join the 'No to Boris, Yes to Europe' rally and march on Westminster. Along with other ...
UK withdrawal from the European Union on 31 January 2020
The European Parliament's Constitutional Affairs Committee agreed on 23 January to recommend that the EP plenary should approve the UK withdrawal terms.
Brexit: Why Britain Voted to Leave the European Union
A new book co-authored by the University of Kent’s Professor Matthew Goodwin has provided the first comprehensive and objective study of the United Kingdom’s ...
Commission draft negotiating directives for Article 50 negotiations with the UK - Q&A
Q&A on the European Commission's draft negotiating directives for Article 50 negotiations with the United Kingdom, adopted on 3 May 2017.
EU, UK clarify position to WTO on tariff quotas after Brexit
The EU and Britain sent a joint letter to members of the World Trade Organization Wednesday, setting out their intended approach to certain WTO issues arising ...
Brexit should not undermine automotive competitiveness, manufacturers and suppliers warn
Ahead of the EU-Brexit summit this weekend, European automobile manufacturers and suppliers today sounded the alarm over the potential damage that Brexit could ...
Brexit: How Britain left Europe
HOW COULD THIS HAVE HAPPENED? On 23 June 2016, UK voters elected to leave the European Union. The result was perhaps the biggest bombshell in modern British ...
Brexit talks at an impasse, says EU's Barnier
The EU's chief Brexit negotiator called for trust and respect from the United Kingdom Thursday, as he confirmed he could not recommend a start on discussions ...
Bremain in Spain comments on Spanish election results
Bremain in Spain, a pro-EU campaign group, says that Sunday's Spanish election result has brought welcome reassurance for Brits living in Spain, with the ...
Hurried tariffs with no thought of winners and losers no solution to no deal Brexit
Expert comment from Nigel Driffield, professor of international business at Warwick Business School.
Brexit talks kick off in 'positive and constructive tone'
Brussels and the United Kingdom launched formal talks on Britain's exit from the European Union Monday, with the UK expressing a desire to build "a new, deep ...
EU leaders reject Britain's 'Chequers plan' for Brexit
EU leaders at a summit Thursday rejected the 'Chequers plan' of UK prime minister Theresa May, saying its framework for economic cooperation would not work, ...
Theresa May's 'Dirty Dancing' with Citizens' Rights
Theresa May's Conservative Party conference speech is causing confusion and consternation amongst members of campaign group Bremain in Spain.
As May loses control of Brexit, EU completes 'no-deal' preparations
With the UK set to leave the EU without a deal on 12 April, despite unprecedented moves Monday by the British Parliament to take control of Brexit proceedings, ...
UK can unilaterally abandon Brexit: EU Court
Article 50 of the EU Treaty does allow the unilateral revocation by Britain of its notification of intention to withdraw from the EU, the advocate-general of ...
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