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Wales is in need of greater autonomy. Nov 29, 2021 271
International group calls for cut in red tape as thoroughbred movements halve. Maddy Playle Nov 27, 2021 618
French fisherman blockading British ships over Brexit licenses holding them 'hostage'; The fisherman are protesting a post-Brexit fishing licensing rule which means that those with a boat under 12 metres are unable to apply for a fishing permit. By, Peter Allen & Shiler Mahmoudi Nov 26, 2021 459
At least politics is competitive again. BEN BRADSHAW Nov 25, 2021 502
New post-Brexit border checks 'could trigger 17-mile tailbacks' at Dover; It is proposed that UK citizens embarking on cross-Channel trips from Dover will be checked by French police at the Kent port. By, Neil Lancefield Nov 24, 2021 490
UK must reset trading relations WITHEU-CBI. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk Nov 24, 2021 892
Brexit united the Tories but they're heading for a fall. David Taylor-Gooby Nov 24, 2021 910
No 'quick wins' in Brexit fishing row. Nov 23, 2021 182
UK may yet 'tear up' parts of Brexit deal. Nov 23, 2021 164
Keir Starmer vows Labour is 'party of business' as he sets out new Brexit plan; The Opposition leader tried to win over firms after Boris Johnson's "rambling" Peppa Pig speech to the CBI conference was panned. By, Rachel Wearmouth Conference news Nov 22, 2021 477
No10 slaps down top Tory for saying Brexit 'nuclear option' won't happen before Christmas; Anne-Marie Trevelyan had suggested Article 16 would 'absolutely not' happen before Christmas -despite Boris Johnson trying to keep it as a negotiating threat to Brussels. By, Ben Glaze Nov 22, 2021 330
MPs snub Nigel Farage's 'political comeback musings' following migrant crossing surge; The former UKIP leader claimed he is giving serious thought to a return to British politics as the Government is failing to handle the 'migrant crisis'. By, Aletha Adu Nov 22, 2021 538
EU insists on overview of goods entering market. GERALDINE SCOTT and BEN COOPER newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Nov 22, 2021 522
Britain has changed its mind on Brexit. Nov 22, 2021 186
Britain has changed its mind about Brexit. Nov 22, 2021 186
Brexit negotiations fail to make breakthrough amid fears talks could run to Christmas; Irish premier Micheal Martin warned both sides not to 'leave it to Christmas Eve this year'. By, Lizzy Buchan Nov 19, 2021 518
Watchdog says UK government was unprepared for COVID-19 crisis. Nov 19, 2021 197
No plan to ever make Brexit work. Nov 18, 2021 286
Brexit backers have reaped the benefit; Talkback. Nov 16, 2021 222
TORN APART BY BREXIT.. REUNITED BY THE Sunday Mail; VISAS ISSUED AFTER OUR STORIES Families finally given UK permits. | Gordon Blackstock Nov 14, 2021 317
Heathrow and Gatwick: Warning for British travellers to check passport as they could be banned from entering EU; The advice comes after a woman was refused entry to Spain. By, Gabriella Clare Nov 13, 2021 447
Manufacturing group's EU trade war warning. GRAEME WHITFIELD Business and agenda editor graeme.whitfield@reachplc.com @Graemewhitfield Nov 13, 2021 734
'We are seeing the negative effects of Brexit escalating day after day' Former Welsh Labour MEP Jackie Jones was elected this week as chairman of the Wales for Europe group. Political editor-at-large Martin Shipton asked her how she envisages the role. Nov 13, 2021 1136
There is no more point to Boris Johnson. It's time the Tories staged a coup -for all our sakes; He was elected to get Brexit done, and see off Jeremy Corbyn. With no other purpose, he's just a liability for the UK, says Fleet Street Fox. By, Fleet Street Fox Nov 12, 2021 1296
Brexit crisis talks 'intensify' as UK 'changes tone' -but still threatens nuclear option; Crunch talks will continue in Brussels next week as time runs out to solve contentious trade issues around Northern Ireland. By, Lizzy Buchan Nov 12, 2021 477
The world is now a very different place; NEWSLETTER. Nov 12, 2021 275
EU replacement funding 'is crucial' cornwall must be no worse off post-brexit, says council. RICHARD WHITEHOUSE Local Democracy Reporter richard.whitehouse@reachplc.com @rwhitehouse13 Nov 12, 2021 555
'Government has broken cash promises to Wales'. BRONWEN WEATHERBY Press Association reporter newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Nov 11, 2021 470
Tax haven Brexit benefits all too clear; Letters. Nov 11, 2021 178
Time for Tories to 'prenez un grip'. Nov 11, 2021 394
Biden and EU stand firm on NI Protocol; Von der Leyen rules out Brexit changes after Biden meeting. OWEN CONLON Nov 11, 2021 357
Brexit mess has left us dangerously smouldering. COMMENT BY brian rowanbrian rowan security expert Nov 11, 2021 454
Rule of law may soon be thrown overboard; LETTERS. Nov 10, 2021 182
Businesswoman's shop tangled up in Brexit red tape. MARTIN SHIPTON Political editor-at-large newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Nov 10, 2021 694
Brexit red tape forced me to cut EU market. MARTIN SHIPTON Political editor-at-large newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Nov 10, 2021 696
Clwyd West MP and former Brexit minister David Jones on why the Northern Ireland Protocol has failed and needs to be replaced; OPINION. Nov 10, 2021 500
Brexit impact on economy 'worse than pandemic'. Nov 10, 2021 267
Heathrow and Gatwick: 'Unknown' Brexit rule costs woman £2000 after Ryanair turned her away from check-in desk; People are still being punished for rule changes that came in last year. By, Rory Bennett Nov 9, 2021 329
Tax mistake costing UK shoppers £19.6billion a year; Every one of us could claim back hundreds of pounds, according to experts. By, Neil Shaw Nov 9, 2021 514
Time not on Sir Keir's side on Brexit debate; Get in touch - tell us what you think Email: ecletters@walesonline.co.uk Twitter: @WalesOnline Facebook: facebook.com/WalesOnline Post: Media Wales, 6 Park Street, Cardiff CF10 1XR. Nov 9, 2021 162
Rare Brexit 50p with £15,000 pricetag on eBay -with millions more in circulation; Check your change as you could be sitting on a small fortune. By, Sam Barker & Ruth Ovens Nov 8, 2021 460
PM's EU row a distraction tactic claims Labour chief. PIPPA CRERAR Nov 8, 2021 163
DANGER OVER BREXIT DEAL; Sinn Fein chief's concern at UK Article 16 threat. DAVID YOUNG Nov 8, 2021 395
Plans in for new Brexit facility. Nov 7, 2021 346
How Brexit and the English FA's new rules are having a knock-on effect on Gulf football. Liliane Tannoury Nov 7, 2021 645
British investments in Egypt worth 50B pounds sterling. Egypt Today staff Nov 7, 2021 595
PM 'picks Brexit fights' so Brits overlook domestic scandals, Labour leader says; Labour has generally shied away from criticising the Brexit deal after Boris Johnson used the issue to hammer the party in its traditional heartlands at the 2019 general election. By, Pippa Crerar Nov 7, 2021 552
..but Brexit may cause shortages, report says. Nov 6, 2021 223
Call for calm as kids arrested over riots; Police chief calls for 'rhetoric' over Brexit Protocol to be dialled down. JONATHAN MCCAMBRIDGE, REBECCA BLACK and DAVID YOUNG Nov 5, 2021 486
Mhairi calls for compo over Brexit. TORCUIL CRICHTON Nov 5, 2021 240
Brexit talks end in deadlock as UK warns 'significant gaps' remain with weeks to go; Brexit Minister Lord Frost met EU counterpart Maros Sefcovic in Brussels on Friday -with both sides issuing gloomy warnings about the lack of progress over Northern Ireland. By, Lizzy Buchan Nov 5, 2021 527
Couple blast travel company as holiday refund bid refused. MARTIN SHIPTON Political editor-at-large newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Nov 5, 2021 613
Lord Frost heads to Paris for crunch Brexit fishing talks; France has threatened sanctions over what it perceives as a refusal to issue licences to its trawlers to operate in UK waters. By, David Hughes and Sophie Wingate, PA & Matt Gibson Nov 4, 2021 927
Lord Frost heads to Paris for crunch Brexit fishing talks; France has threatened sanctions over what it perceives as a refusal to issue licences to its trawlers to operate in UK waters. By, David Hughes and Sophie Wingate, PA & Matt Gibson Nov 4, 2021 931
Brexit driver shortage sparks Xmas toy fear; Shop owner warns supply issues makes early shopping essential. CONNOR LYNCH Nov 4, 2021 385
No trust stirs up choppy waters; YOUR VOICE Edited by FIONA PARKER. FIONA PARKER Nov 3, 2021 610
No trust stirs up choppy waters; YOUR VOICE. Edited by FIONA PARKER Nov 3, 2021 612
'Businesses still not ready for Brexit border checks' SEAFOOD SPECIALIST FEARS A 'PAINFUL RECKONING'. DAVID LAISTER david.laister@reachplc.com @davelaister Nov 3, 2021 381
From Brexit to panic buyers -let us know your thoughts on record petrol prices; As the cost of petrol hits a 21-year-high, who or what do you think is to blame for the soaring prices? Have your say in our latest Money survey... By, Liam Gilliver Nov 3, 2021 344
UK fishing boat freed after being detained for 6 days in France amid Brexit row; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Abigail O'Leary Nov 3, 2021 546
Boris Johnson's failed Brexit deal has caused cost of living crisis, says Lord Heseltine; The former Deputy Prime Minister blame Boris Johnson for fuel shortages, NHS backlogs and Christmas turkey shortages. He suggested there could be a public appetite to rejoin the EU in future. By, Aletha Adu Nov 3, 2021 605
UK position 'not changed' in fishing row. Nov 3, 2021 223
David Lea-Wilson, MBE, co-owner of Halen Mon, talks about the challenges of Brexit and Covid, and 'walking the walk'on climate change; OPINION. Nov 3, 2021 519
State Pension rules to change for some people next year -what it means for you; The changes, which will only apply for some, are connected to Brexit and the UK leaving the European Union. By, Lynda Howard & Nisha Mal Nov 2, 2021 615
Freight traffic between N.Wales and Ireland plunges; FIRMS USING DIRECT SAILINGS TO CONTINENT AFTER BREXIT. ERYL CRUMP Daily Post Reporter welshnews@reachplc.com Nov 2, 2021 410
TRAWLER BOSS URGES FRANCE TO FREE BOAT. ANDY LINES Nov 2, 2021 233
I just want to get my crew home; Trawler boss hopes French will free boat as talks go on. ANDY LINES Chief Reporter in Le Havre, PIPPA CRERAR and LIZZY BUCHAN Nov 2, 2021 382
Brexit fish wars: history explains why France and the UK get so angry about access to the seas. The Conversation Nov 2, 2021 1051
Downing Street: No agreement yet. Nov 1, 2021 292
Details on Wales' replacement EU funding still up in the air; Despite last week's Budget and Spending Review, there is still no clarity about whether the UK Government will keep its promise that Wales will not lose a penny in regional aid money because of Brexit. Political editor-at-large Martin Shipton reports. Nov 1, 2021 1037
Fishing row leads to calls for calm from city MP; LUKE POLLARD WANTS MINISTERS TO FIND SOLUTION TO DISPUTE. Nov 1, 2021 518
Liz Truss threatens France with legal action within 48 hours over Brexit fishing row; An extraordinary spat between Britain and France over post-Brexit fishing rights is threatening to overshadow the vital COP26 summit. By, Lizzy Buchan Nov 1, 2021 594
France declares 24-hour ceasefire in UK fishing row after furious public spat; President Emmanuel Macron postponed threatened trade sanctions by one day to allow more time for talks. It comes after Britain threatened to take legal action unless the threats were withdrawn. By, Pippa Crerar Nov 1, 2021 551
Emmanuel Macron backs down over post-Brexit fishing dispute with UK; French president had warned British boats could be blocked from landing catches in country's ports from midnight in disagreement over fishing licences. By, By Geraldine Scott, David Hughes, and Sam Blewett, PA Political Staff & Steve Houghton Nov 1, 2021 622
Strictly Come Dancing caught up in Brexit debate over show's opening music; The grand interpretation of a Beethoven classic, Ode to Joy, was composed almost 200 years before Brexit. By, Katie Fitzpatrick & Kathryn Williams Nov 1, 2021 466
Questionable claims on Brexit outcomes; LETTERS. Nov 1, 2021 151
Britain warns France: back down in 48 hours or face trade trouble. Reuters News Service Nov 1, 2021 362
IT'S NO SHOCK BREXIT IS OUR NO.1 CONCERN; DM1ST yourvoice@mirror.co.uk @kevin_maguire KEVIN MAGUIRE Stalking the corridors of power. KEVIN MAGUIRE Nov 1, 2021 162
IT'S NO SHOCK BREXIT IS OUR NO.1 CONCERN; yourvoice@mirror.co.uk @kevin_maguire KEVIN MAGUIRE Stalking the corridors of power. KEVIN MAGUIRE Nov 1, 2021 162
Arlene: PM gave in to pressure from the Republic on Protocol; Foster slams Varadkar's Brexit tactics. CATE MCCURRY Nov 1, 2021 331
Can 'Brexit Boris' avoid the looming COP 26 pitfalls? Andrew Hammond Oct 31, 2021 938
Deadline looms to solve Channel fishing row as Britain threatens legal action; Brexit minister Lord Frost said the UK was 'actively considering' triggering legal proceedings. By, Patrick Daly, PA Political Correspondent & Will Maule Oct 31, 2021 685
Britain, France again at loggerheads over easing fishing row. Reuters News Service Oct 31, 2021 469
'Hard bargaining on fish needed from PM who let industry down with Brexit deal'; The dispute with France is broader and more dangerous than previous clashes but Boris Johnson lacks the tact and skills to stand up for the national interest while defusing the escalating row. By, Voice of the Mirror Oct 30, 2021 319
Brit pensioner, 72, banned from Spain over post-Brexit issues with passport; An elderly British woman trying to visit her son in Spain has been denied entry as her passport was not stamped on her last visit -meaning Spanish authorities have deemed her to be an "overstayer". By, Kate Buck Oct 30, 2021 526
Boris Johnson and Emmanuel Macron come face to face at G20 amid furious fishing row; The UK and French leaders reportedly shared a 'mock combative fist-bump' as world leaders gathered for the 'family photo' at the summit in Rome. By, Mikey Smith & Dan Bloom Oct 30, 2021 499
Macron Says British Credibility At Stake In Fishing Spat. Oct 30, 2021 354
Tweaks to memorial plan due to Brexit. Oct 30, 2021 197
Peace chief's growing fears; IFI issues warning over future disorder. REBECCA BLACK Oct 30, 2021 277
France's Macron questions Britain's credibility over fishing row. Reuters News Service Oct 30, 2021 717
'Without lowest-paid workers to do the vital "menial" jobs we are all screwed'; Brian Reade witnesses Brexit coming home to roost as restaurant waiting staff become overwhelmed and the dirty dishes pile up -and no 59p rise in the minimum wage is going to cure that. By, Brian Reade Oct 29, 2021 618
Don't blame Brexit for all the planet's issues. Oct 29, 2021 467
Why fishing dispute escalates between Britain, France? Oct 29, 2021 714
How 10,000 custard tarts have proved a tasty recipe for success; From initial success to struggling through Brexit and the pandemic, Nata & Co owner Filipe Brito tells how his Portuguese bakeries are doing a roaring trade - including selling upwards of 10,000 custard tarts every week. Ed Gilbert reports. Ed Gilbert Oct 29, 2021 817
'It's no exaggeration to say the Union is demonstrably in crisis'. MARTIN SHIPTON Political editor-at-large martin.shipton@reachplc.co.uk Oct 29, 2021 978
Brexit's impact on economy 'will be worse than pandemic'. Oct 29, 2021 278
Ministers urged to act as French detain UK boat. PRESS ASSOCIATION STAFF Oct 29, 2021 614
Brexit's had 'big impact'. Oct 29, 2021 197
Brexit's impact on economy to be worse than pandemic -watchdog; The Office for Budget Responsibility warned that the rate of inflation could reach its highest level in three decades. By, Benjamin Cooper, PA & Alan Johnson Oct 28, 2021 290
France detains British fishing boat after issuing warning in row over Brexit rights; A British fishing boat has been detained by French authorities after a verbal warning was given to it and another boat that were fishing near Le Havre, said a French maritime minister. By, Sam Rkaina Oct 28, 2021 253
Brexit has struck a much bigger blow to UK economy than Covid, Budget watchdog says; The Office for Budget Responsibility suggested leaving the EU would reduce the UK's long-term GDP by around 4% -compared to 2% for the pandemic and lockdowns. By, Dan Bloom Oct 28, 2021 631
Fishing rights row explained: France issue warning but what happens next? A boat from the UK has been detained by France within its territorial waters as the conflict over post-Brexit fishing rights continues to escalate. Here's what the fishing rights row is about; A boat from the UK has been detained by France within its territorial waters as the conflict over post-Brexit fishing rights continues to escalate. Here's what the fishing rights row is about. By, Malvika Padin Oct 28, 2021 393
France warns two British fishing boats in its waters in wake of Brexit. Reuters News Service Oct 28, 2021 568
Smaller German market blamed on Brexit and city centre works. Oct 28, 2021 273
Boris reminds me of a used car dealer; Talkback. Oct 28, 2021 212
'Majority of NI supports the Protocol'. DAVID YOUNG Oct 28, 2021 282
UK condemns France's seizure of fishing boat as post-Brexit row deepens. Reuters News Service Oct 28, 2021 681
Brexit vehicle rules advice. Oct 27, 2021 361
British negotiator sets December deadline for new Brexit deal with EU. Oct 27, 2021 162
Greece-UK sign post-Brexit partnership accord. fm Oct 26, 2021 274
Mad dash to stay in Renfrewshire; Settlement Status Scheme saw figures double in wake of Brexit. STEPH BRAWN & DEBORAH ARU Oct 26, 2021 538
Brussels and London remain tangled up in Brexit. Yossi Mekelberg Oct 26, 2021 1142
Rishi Sunak's Budget 'won't cut energy bill VAT' in £60 a year blow to families; Rishi Sunak is under pressure to cut the VAT on household energy bills and deliver on Boris Johnson and Michael Gove's Brexit referendum campaign pledge in 2016. By, Chris Kitching Oct 26, 2021 375
Brits face missing out on Christmas turkeys due to Brexit labour shortages; The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Select Committee heard this afternoon that the seasonal agricultural worker scheme was not confirmed early enough, so not enough turkeys were placed for the festive period. By, Aletha Adu Oct 26, 2021 542
Boris Johnson's Brexit minister sets December deadline for solving Northern Ireland row; Lord Frost said the EU and UK both want the problems with the Northern Ireland protocol solved 'this autumn' -two years after Boris Johnson signed it. By, Patrick Daly & Dan Bloom Oct 25, 2021 488
NOHO HO; 6 NEWS & FEATURES SUNDAY PEOPLE OCTOBER 24, 2021 NEWS & FEATURES 7 f Now we're facing shortage of Santas and elves for Xmas. Harriet Jones Oct 24, 2021 860
Christmas grottoes struggling to find Santa and elves thanks to Covid and Brexit; Lack of seasonal workers and shortages of Christmas dinner trimmings and toys could make for a miserable festive period, warn leading economists. By, Harriet Jones Oct 23, 2021 898
Ireland and Wales vow to co-operate post-Brexit. MARTIN SHIPTON Political editor-at-large newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Oct 23, 2021 771
New Zealand trade deal could boost UK economy by between 0.01% and minus 0.01%; Boris Johnson has hailed a historic post-Brexit trade deal between the UK and New Zealand that will knock 20p off a bottle of wine. Government analysis though has suggested it might not have a massive impact on GDP... By, Dan Bloom Oct 21, 2021 645
Boris Johnson demands 'fast' solution for Northern Ireland problems in his Brexit deal; The system creates a trade barrier in the Irish Sea for goods crossing from Great Britain -- something Boris Johnsonpreviously promised he would never agree to. Negotiations over the protocol are due to last until mid-November. By, Ben Glaze & Aletha Adu Oct 21, 2021 627
Nadine Dorries has dumped Brexit from the 'Festival of Brexit'; The bash has been rebranded 'Unboxed' -with Tory Brexiteers left fuming as Brexit is nowhere to be found in newly published details. By, Mikey Smith Oct 21, 2021 562
Number of lorry drivers in UK has dropped 53,000 since Brexit vote; Industry figures have put the shortage of lorry drivers in the UK at a far higher 100,000. By, Neil Shaw Oct 21, 2021 566
Signs of recovery across region after year of pain; Chamber report signals hope after effects of pandemic and Brexit. Tamlyn Jones Business Correspondent Oct 21, 2021 517
Brexit is not to blame for issues; your views. Oct 21, 2021 254
Majority opinion is sacrosanct Knowledge; your views. Oct 21, 2021 234
The big Brexit promises - and what has happened. WILL HAYWARD Welsh affairs editor will.hayward@walesonline.co.uk Oct 21, 2021 1709
The Brexit shambles must be challenged. Oct 21, 2021 374
Autumn Budget 2021 could see price of gin and tonic or dram of Scotch whisky rise by 5%; The spirits industry fears increases for whisky, gin and other spirits will hamper their recovery after Covid and Brexit and Chancellor Rishi Sunak is being urged not to hike duty. By, Pippa Crerar Oct 20, 2021 285
'Brexit to blame for Sainsbury's closure' Union challenge as 109 jobs go. NADIA BREEN Oct 20, 2021 296
Will there be another Scottish referendum? As Twitter hashtag calls for independence; A Twitter hashtag has gone viral counting down the days the COP26 summit as a ploy to raise awareness for a new independence referendum amidst growing frustration in Scotland surrounding a variety of issues including Brexit and Covid-19. By, Harry Thompson Oct 19, 2021 537
Be aware of post-Brexit regulations. Oct 19, 2021 247
Brussels sounds defiant note in NI negotiations. Oct 19, 2021 210
Rishi Sunak may cut 5% VAT on house energy bills as families face winter cost crisis; Chancellor Rishi Sunak could 'tick two boxes' by cutting the 5% rate while resisting pressure to splash taxpayers' cash elsewhere, as it could allow Boris Johnson to hail a Brexit benefit. By, Pippa Crerar Oct 18, 2021 400
Refugees coming to the UK need our support, not punishment; The UK Government has made changes to its controversial Nationality and Borders Bill - but they're unlikely to be enough to stem criticism that it stigmatises asylum seekers, argues political editor-at-large Martin Shipton. Oct 18, 2021 1003
For Britain's chicken farmers, Brexit and COVID brew a perfect storm. Reuters News Service Oct 18, 2021 1236
Mum and kids forced to live hundreds of miles from husband due to Brexit red tape; Italian Erika Torazzina and her half British children Alessia, 11, Joshua, nine, and Jack, four, want to join Brit Jonathan Abbott in Scotland after he landed a new job. By, Gordon Blackstock & Kelly-Ann Mills Oct 17, 2021 399
UK cheating foreigners. Alper Ali Riza Oct 17, 2021 1088
Torn apart by Brexit; FAMILY'S FURY OVER PAPERWORK DELAYS Visa red tape ruins dream move. Gordon Blackstock Oct 17, 2021 343
Ireland's thorny border problem. Dr. Azeem Ibrahim Oct 17, 2021 746
Holyhead could be hit by EU offer on N Ireland. Oct 16, 2021 381
6 crisis issues hitting the UK as Boris Johnson returns from his Spanish holiday; Boris Johnson has been sunning himself in Marbella but he is set for a case of the holiday blues as he returns to Downing Street. By, Lizzy Buchan Oct 15, 2021 1069
Who is David Amess? Tory MP known for infamous Brass Eye hoax and actress daughter; Everything you need to know about David Amess, the Conservative MP for Southend West, who recently spoke about knife crime and was known for the infamous Brass Eye 'cake' scene. By, Benjamin Lynch Oct 15, 2021 369
Drakeford 'baffled' by UK stance on N Ireland trade deal. DAVID HUGHES AND GAVIN CORDON Press Association reporters newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Oct 15, 2021 816
UK's Frost says: EU must concede more on Brexit. Reuters News Service Oct 15, 2021 238
Holyhead port could be hit by NI protocol changes. OWEN HUGHES Business Correspondent owen.hughes@dailypost.co.uk Oct 15, 2021 389
So where are the real positives about Brexit? TALK BACK. Oct 15, 2021 159
First Minister Mark Drakeford attacks the 'deep cynicism' of Dominic Cummings and UK's comments on Northern Ireland protocol; He said it was not 'helpful when UK ministers make hardlined speeches drawing red lines'. By, Cathy Owen Oct 14, 2021 528
'Sneaky pandering to loyalists on Brexit opens up a route to madness in Northern Ireland'; Paul Routledge says the Government's tactics are as dangerous as they are deceitful, and Lord Frost and Boris Johnson would take a scrap with Europe over a compromise. By, Paul Routledge Oct 14, 2021 561
Brexit lost us millions we were due in EU funding; LETTER S. Oct 14, 2021 343
PM 'can't be trusted to keep to trade deals' BOJO 'DIDN'T UNDERSTAND AGREEMENT' Varadkar hits out at Johnson over Brexit. TORCUIL CRICHTON Westminster Editor Oct 14, 2021 374
EU unveils plans to cut NI Brexit checks. DAVID YOUNG, GAVIN CORDON and CATE MCCURRY Press Association newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Oct 14, 2021 375
UK preparing to start trade negotiations with GCC countries next year: Minister. Oct 14, 2021 598
Leo blasts Brits over U-turn on Brexit laws; Tanaiste says Protocol row shows UK Government can't be trusted. FERGHAL BLANEY Political Editor Oct 14, 2021 322
EU 'offers to cut post-Brexit checks' to resolve Northern Ireland trade row; The EU is expected to lay out plans to lift up to 50% of customs checks on goods entering Northern Ireland. By, Lizzy Buchan Oct 13, 2021 683
Dominic Cummings says No10 always planned to 'ditch' Brexit deal after election; Boris Johnson's former aide said Downing Street always intended to tear up the agreement the PM told voters was "great" and "oven ready". By, Lizzy Buchan Oct 13, 2021 523
Six crises facing Britain ahead of bleak winter -and whether Covid or Brexit are to blame; From the pay gap to the HGV crisis and empty shelves -just what is to blame for the six crises facing Britain this winter -the coronavirus pandemic, or Brexit? By, Graham Hiscott Oct 13, 2021 889
BREAKING EU signals end to Brexit 'sausage wars' with offer of new deal on Northern Ireland; Brussels is prepared to slash red tape on goods entering Ulster but will not budge on the role of the European Court of Justice. By, Rachel Wearmouth Oct 13, 2021 417
EU to unveil proposals aimed at resolving Northern Ireland Protocol row; Measures will be extensive, say officials. By, David Young & Dominic Picksley Oct 13, 2021 723
HMRC warns small motor businesses and car enthusiasts over post Brexit changes; They need to be braced for January 22. By, Claire Harrison Oct 13, 2021 368
EU to unveil measures to ease British goods flow to N. Ireland. Reuters News Service Oct 13, 2021 405
Undo Brexit mess; Letters.. Oct 13, 2021 163
So what's to blame? Oct 13, 2021 326
NI Protocol 'a Brexit dodge' PM only signed to get deal done, EU envoy admits. BEN GLAZE Deputy Political Editor Oct 13, 2021 256
'We cannot rest' until Protocol is changed.. Lord Frost's warning during keynote speech DUP support but opponents slam remarks. GAVIN CORDON and DAVID YOUNG Oct 13, 2021 594
EU proposes easing checks on British trade to N. Ireland. Reuters News Service Oct 13, 2021 562
Boris Johnson only signed Northern Ireland pact to 'get Brexit done', says Frost; The PM knew the protocol was "problematic" but struck agreement with Brussels hoping his Government "would be wrong". By, Ben Glaze Oct 12, 2021 827
The stark care warning of Wales's social services directors and the reasons behind it; Brexit, increasingly frail elderly people and a reluctance among many of them to go into a residential care home is ramping up the pressures on domiciliary care. By, Richard Youle Oct 12, 2021 546
Business leader hits out over Government 'Brexit addiction'. GRAEME WHITFIELD Business and agenda editor graeme.whitfield@reachplc.com @Graemewhitfield Oct 11, 2021 516
Frosty reply to Coveney's Twitter rant about Brexit. JAMES WARD and SAM BLEWETT Oct 11, 2021 190
Paying for PM's Brexit porkies; YOUR VOICE Edited by FIONA PARKER. FIONA PARKER Oct 11, 2021 611
Twit's all gone sour in Brexit talks as row over protocol rumbles on.. Coveney & Frost in social media spat. JAMES WARD and SAM BLEWITT Oct 11, 2021 436
Brexit Minister Lord Frost set for new battle with Brussels as 'sausage wars' rumble on; Conservative peer will speak in Lisbon tomorrow outlining demands for an overhaul of the Northern Ireland protocol. By, Rachel Wearmouth Oct 11, 2021 583
Brexit 'addiction' blasted by top business leader. GRAEME WHITFIELD Business and Agenda Editor Oct 11, 2021 510
Not enough staff, too little food - the crisis facing restaurants. NINO WILLIAMS Reporter nino.williams@walesonline.co.uk Oct 11, 2021 1547
Brits abroad fear ex-pat communities will collapse as Brexit reality bites; In San Fulgencio, 25km south of Alicante, fears are growing among the British ex-pat community that their numbers will start to fall. By, Leonie Chao-Fong Oct 10, 2021 702
Boris Johnson on course for new row with Parliament and courts over Brexit deal; Boris Johnson is seeking to tear apart his own Brexit deal less than a year after it was signed. By, Lizzy Buchan Oct 10, 2021 539
Brexit minister: EU proposals on NI must go further than sorting sausage wars; Lord Frost will call for "significant" changes to the post-Brexit agreement. By, Sam Blewett, PA Deputy Political Editor & Will Maule Oct 10, 2021 472
Britain and Ireland argue on Twitter over Brexit deal. Reuters News Service Oct 10, 2021 543
Nobel-winning writer vows migration will stay in focus. Oct 10, 2021 615
A trip behind the Brexit curtain. Charlie Charalambous Travel narrative Oct 10, 2021 769
French minister Beaune: French fishermen must not pay for UK's Brexit failure. Reuters News Service Oct 8, 2021 187
My Brexit breakdown; Labour MP needed therapy over brick ordeal and Jo Cox murder. RACHEL WEARMOUTH Oct 8, 2021 185
Failures since Brexit are down to politicians; LETTER S. Oct 8, 2021 518
Government's mistakes over Brexit will have a lasting economic impact. Oct 8, 2021 482
Cost hike to build new campus is blamed on Brexit and pandemic. DREW SANDELANDS LOCAL DEMOCRACY REPORTER Oct 8, 2021 572
Your verdict on Brexit five years after the vote. PHOEBE TONKS Oct 8, 2021 551
Covid and Brexit effect 'will last for many years'. GRAEME WHITFIELD Business and agenda editor graeme.whitfield@reachplc.com @Graemewhitfield Oct 8, 2021 436
Government suspends checks for people travelling to Northern Ireland with dogs; Brexit has caused some major rule changes when travelling to and from Northern Ireland with your pet. By, Charlotte Regen Oct 7, 2021 396
Cruise ship family's lives 'ruined by Brexit' as rules mean they need dozens of visas; Cruise ship workers are being forced out of the profession and overlooked for their European Union counterparts who don't need work visas, a veteran of the industry has claimed. By, Milo Boyd Oct 7, 2021 894
Labour MP Neil Coyle opens up about mental breakdown during the Brexit wars; The 42-year-old -who had a brick hurled through his bedroom window -also spoke about his turbulent childhood and his friend, the late MP Jo Cox. By, Rachel Wearmouth Oct 7, 2021 600
'Bad Boy of Brexit' loses PS160k donations appeal. Oct 7, 2021 200
Boris promises Brexit funds for Cornwall. Oct 7, 2021 158
EU finalising N.Ireland package but insist no protocol renegotiation. Reuters News Service Oct 7, 2021 369
Businesses, not Brexit, to blame for shortages. Oct 7, 2021 258
French fishermen threaten to block UK Christmas supplies as families stockpile; French fishermen warned Brits they "will not have so many nice things to eat" unless Prime Minister Boris Johnson backs down in a post-Brexit row over licences. By, Chris Kitching Oct 6, 2021 481
Furious Gary Lineker slams Boris Johnson over European Super League lie; Boris Johnson has been slammed by Gary Lineker after the prime minister claimed at the Conservative Party conference that Brexit helped halt the European Super League attempts. By, Samuel Meade Oct 6, 2021 445
Expats in Spain fearing for future amid tough new residency rules after Brexit; Around 360,000 UK citizens are registered as permanent residents in Spain but moving post-Brexit has become a lot more difficult. By, Brett Gibbons Oct 6, 2021 426
Cheap EU workers drove down pay in UK; LETTER S. Oct 6, 2021 479
UK tells EU again it may take unilateral steps to protect Northern Ireland trade. Reuters News Service Oct 5, 2021 589
SUNAK: BREXIT BENEFIT IS LONG-TERM. TORCUIL CRICHTON Oct 5, 2021 174
Brit expats face homeless 'nightmare' as Brexit leaves Greek retirement dream in tatters; EXCLUSIVE: Karen and Colin Barker are two of the thousands of Brits who may be forced to come back to the UK post-Brexit, meaning they'll have to leave the life they've built for themselves behind. By, Milo Boyd Oct 5, 2021 588
Brexit minister draws up legal plans to tear apart Boris Johnson's EU exit deal; Lord Frost said the deal that he negotiated had "begun to come apart even more quickly than we feared". By, Lizzy Buchan & Ben Glaze Oct 4, 2021 589
A busy few days exploring the Brighton iceberg. Jamie Driscoll Oct 4, 2021 693
The reality of daily life at a busy Conference; JAMIEDRISCOLL The North of Tyne Mayor writes for you. JAMIEDRISCOLL Conference news Oct 4, 2021 690
Warwickshire bus services hit by shortage of drivers; PROBLEMS BEING CAUSED BY BREXIT AND DELAYS AT THE DVLA ISSUING LICENCES. CLAIRE HARRISON Oct 4, 2021 343
PM's lies will come back to haunt him; DM1ST yourvoice@mirror.co.uk @kevin_maguire KEVIN MAGUIRE Stalking the corridors of power. KEVIN MAGUIRE Oct 4, 2021 309
EU nations are not suffering shortages! LETTER S Get in touch - tell us what you think Email: yoursay@plymouthherald.co.uk Post: Unfortunately our office is shut so we are unable to accept posted letters. Oct 4, 2021 192
Brexit supporters need to start facing the facts; LETTER S Get in touch - tell us what you think Email: yoursay@plymouthherald.co.uk Post: Unfortunately our office is shut so we are unable to accept posted letters. Oct 4, 2021 270
UK Alerts EU Time Is Running Out To Fix Northern Ireland Accord. Oct 4, 2021 338
Brit expats 'leaving Spain in droves' as retirees abandon Costa del Sol after Brexit; Travel experts have noticed a decrease in the number of Brits in Spain since Brexit. This is due to more stringent immigration rules, as well as higher healthcare costs. By, Chiara Fiorillo Oct 3, 2021 635
Brexit minister hails 'British renaissance' despite empty shelves and fuel chaos; Lord David Frost will declare 'the long bad dream of EU membership is over' amid punch-ups on petrol forecourts, empty supermarket shelves and warnings thousands of pigs will be dumped in skips. By, Dan Bloom Oct 3, 2021 574
CARE HOMES NEED 17,000 MORE STAFF; WORKERS TAKE BETTER-PAID JOBS IN SHOPS AND BARS Brexit and low wages blamed for crisis. John Ferguson | Political Editor Oct 3, 2021 366
Bojo's post-Brexit car crash is all of his own making.. JASON O'TOOLE The voice of treason Oct 3, 2021 654
It's Brexit, it's Covid, it's like torture... The many ghosts haunting traders at Manchester's night market. CHRIS SLATER chris.slater@trinitymirror.com @chrisslaterMEN Oct 3, 2021 1969
'Kick foreigners out or scream at them to come and take our jobs -which is it?'; We created problems with Brexit now we are expecting foreigners to come in and bail us out says, Mark Steel, as Britain starts to look like like some annoying bloke whose wife leaves them after years of him screaming at her, then begs her to come back. By, Mark Steel Oct 2, 2021 550
DON'T PANIC; Martin says we can avoid buying chaos. CIARA PHELAN Political Correspondent Oct 2, 2021 418
'Westminster shows no sign of matching Wales' EU funding' - Gething. RUTH MOSALSKI Political Editor ruth.mosalski@walesonline.co.uk Oct 2, 2021 857
Welsh drink more 'due to virus, Brexit and climate'. BRONWEN WEATHERBY Press Association reporter newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Oct 2, 2021 418
'Boris Johnson's comedy of errors leaves us on Shakey ground in winter of discontent'; Boris Johnson's answer to our supply chain being completely screwed and our supermarket shelves looking bare is that he's on another mission to 'Save Christmas' -his every move is designed to show critics he can Make Brexit Work. By, Brian Reade Oct 1, 2021 611
Imminent UK border changes could add to trucker problems, industry group says. Reuters News Service Oct 1, 2021 327
Post-Brexit rule banning EU ID cards begins at UK borders. Oct 1, 2021 314
Britain's crisis-hit PM faces tricky party conference. Conference news Oct 1, 2021 637
Councillor claims 'there is no apparent Brexit dividend'. Oct 1, 2021 433
Britain's Arab Spring--how will it impact on the ME region? Oct 1, 2021 805
'It's a myth the UK Government will match EU funding for Wales' -Vaughan Gething; No projects in Wales have yet been guaranteed any money from the pots supposed to be replacing EU funds for Wales. By, Ruth Mosalski Sep 30, 2021 902
Brexit is still playing out - but best is yet to come. Steve Allen Sep 30, 2021 712
Another nail in the coffin of Brexit; Letters. Sep 30, 2021 154
Plaid deputy hits out at Brexit supporter after Senedd speech. Sep 30, 2021 308
No surprise EU drivers snub us; DM1ST mirror.co.uk THURSDAY 30.09.2021 DAILY MIRROR 43 YOUR VOICE Edited by FIONA PARKER. FIONA PARKER Sep 30, 2021 632
UK denies fishing permits to three-quarters of small French boats. Reuters News Service Sep 29, 2021 328
Blame Brexit, not the pandemic, for UK's woes. Mohamed Chebaro Sep 29, 2021 980
'It's not Brexit, there's just not enough young drivers'. Sep 29, 2021 307
Minister attacks UK Government over post-Brexit funding. Sep 29, 2021 337
Daffodils 'left to rot' as £100m industry under threat due to labour shortages; The industry has seen a dramatic shortage in workers as a result of Brexit and the pandemic, with industry bosses warning that the £100mil industry may be under threat if the government does not tackle the issue. By, Edward Oldfield & Shiler Mahmoudi Sep 28, 2021 945
Heathrow and Gatwick: New Brexit rules that could leave people unable to go on holiday; People are being urged to check their passports. By, Isabella D'Emilio Sep 28, 2021 413
'No thank you, Prime Minister', Polish trucker says to British Christmas visa offer. Reuters News Service Sep 28, 2021 381
'Brexit to blame for Britain's shortage of lorry drivers...'. Sep 28, 2021 266
'Fuel shortages won't be solved overnight by visas -petrol crisis is a Brexit problem'; The lack of lorry drivers causing the current petrol shortage has plagued the industry for years, worsened by Brexit and Covid. But talk of temporary visas to tackle the fuel crisis is too little too late, writes Graham Hiscott. By, Graham Hiscott Sep 27, 2021 443
'Isn't it strange how those moaning about foreigners taking our jobs have fallen silent'; Great Britain has become a great big joke -why would Europeans help us out with our petrol crisis after the way we treated them over Brexit, asks Anila Baig. By, Anila Baig Sep 27, 2021 579
This is just fuelling the panic buying.. and Brexit regrets. JOE O'SHEA Rebel with a cause Sep 27, 2021 420
'Complacent Tory Government should apologise for helping create petrol crisis'; The Tory Government's lack of post-Brexit planning and failure to address lorry driver shortages are examples of ministers' reckless complacency and they should apologise. By, Voice of the Mirror Sep 27, 2021 348
UK to offer 10,500 post-Brexit visas to counter growing worker crisis. Sep 26, 2021 647
Little known Brexit passport rule that could leave people unable to travel abroad; Your passport now has to meet two strict entry conditions which the European Union has long had in place for 'third countries' -and it involves the printed issue date. By, Emma Munbodh Sep 26, 2021 592
Asda and Sainsbury's food distributor goes bust amid driver shortage threatening 400 jobs; A shortage of HGV drivers and the loss of customers during the Covid-19 pandemic and worsened by Brexit has affected the company according to administrators PWC. By, Graeme Murray Sep 26, 2021 455
Boris Johnson considering using army to supply petrol stations as fuel crisis rumbles on; Boris Johnson is reportedly set to launch 'Operation Escalin' this week -first conceived during the planning for a no-deal Brexit -in a desperate bid to tackle the fuel crisis and avoid a 'Winter of Discontent'. By, Jonathan Coles Sep 26, 2021 647
'Cocktail of chaos' has led to shortage of 100,000 lorry drivers in the UK; Rod McKenzie said Britain had already been 50,000 drivers short before the pandemic and Brexit. By, Victoria Jones Sep 26, 2021 421
Career thug, 36, posed as Amazon driver to get into house and attack three women; Sandel Hornea launched the assault after slipping into the UK in 2019 when Britain was still observing freedom of movement rules before Brexit. He had served a nine-year jail term in Italy for sex trafficking. By, Sarah Robertson Sep 25, 2021 363
'Boris Johnson always wanted to be like Winston Churchill -he may also cause blackouts'; Anything from a farm will be in short supply, because of energy prices but also because there's a labour shortage. This has turned out well as one argument for Brexit was so we could have more space in our country. By, Mark Steel Sep 25, 2021 535
UK is still paying the price of Brexit. Andrew Hammond Sep 25, 2021 788
Why won't Labour go on offensive over Brexit disaster? Even Boris Johnson has admitted that a US-UK free trade agreement now seems unlikely - an outcome that would see yet another supposed advantage of Brexit crumble into dust. So why is the Labour Party behaving so timidly, asks political editor-at-large Martin Shipton. Martin Shipton Sep 24, 2021 990
Some wins for Boris Johnson in the US - but questions remain over Brexit and trade, as Geraldine Scott reports. Sep 24, 2021 563
There are many benefits to Brexit if you'd only look. Sep 24, 2021 376
Fuel shortages: What is causing a crisis at petrol pumps -Brexit, Covid-19, DVLA delays; Drivers are facing petrol shortages due to a lack of lorry drivers to get fuel to station forecourts. Here we look at how Brexit, Covid-19 and other factors are driving the crisis. By, Lizzy Buchan Sep 24, 2021 1058
Veg firm paying workers £62,000 a year to pick cabbage and broccoli amid staff shortage; Farms say they are severely down on staff due to Covid and Brexit, which, combined, has led to new restrictions on migrant workers who want to travel to the UK for work. By, Emma Munbodh Sep 24, 2021 357
Shapps says petrol and food shortages would be worse if not for Brexit; Petrol stations are shutting, shelves are running empty. By, Neil Shaw Sep 24, 2021 547
Who is Grant Shapps? Transport Secretary says Brexit is not part of the lorry driver shortage problem; Covid was the 'main reason', according to his Sky News interview. By, Jack Gevertz Sep 24, 2021 449
13 highs and lows of Boris Johnson's US trip as three-day diplomatic blitz ends; The UK-US relationship still faces major challenges -trade, Afghanistan and Brexit among them -but there are some signs of healing. By, Pippa Crerar, Political Editor, in New York Sep 23, 2021 3047
Boris Johnson admits defeat over mocked plan for tunnel to Northern Ireland; The PM wanted to create a Brexit link across the Irish Sea but experts had warned it was unviable and eye-wateringly expensive. By, Ben Glaze & Pippa Crerar, Political Editor, in New York Sep 23, 2021 354
Brexit not to blame for driver shortage; Letters. Sep 23, 2021 338
Joe Biden leaves Boris Johnson red-faced as he plays down chances of striking trade deal with the UK; Ministers are now understood to instead be considering whether to join an existing pact with the US, Mexico and Canada to boost trans-Atlantic trade in a major departure from their prior ambitions. By, Sam Blewett & Jonathon Hill Sep 22, 2021 721
Prince Harry branded 'professional whinger unaware of his privilege' by Ann Widdecombe; The former Brexit party MEP also criticised the Sussexes' 'victim' mentality saying Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are 'privileged beyond belief'. By, Alahna Kindred Sep 22, 2021 508
Bonfire night fireworks could fizzle out amid Brexit supply chain crisis; Suppliers have said that they have shortages of up to 70% caused by Brexit and travel disruption. Many firms are being put off by new red tape that has been put in place. By, Tim Hanlon Sep 22, 2021 446
Brits forced to pay hundreds or cancel holidays over new post-Brexit passport rule; If you are travelling to an EU country you need to check your passport for more than the expiry date. By, Millie Reeves & Emily Sleight Sep 22, 2021 576
Brits forced to pay hundreds or cancel holidays over new post-Brexit passport rule; If you are travelling to an EU country you need to check your passport for more than the expiry date. By, Millie Reeves & Emily Sleight Sep 22, 2021 576
Brits forced to pay hundreds or cancel holidays over new post-Brexit passport rule; If you are travelling to an EU country you need to check your passport for more than the expiry date. By, Millie Reeves & Emily Sleight Sep 22, 2021 576
Remainers now need to supply us with silence. Sep 22, 2021 253
FREIGHT XMAS; COVID & BREXIT DELAYS CREATE PERFECT STORM FOR TRADE Trucker warns of festive essentials shortages as global supply chain hit EXCLUSIVE. MICHELLE FLEMING Sep 22, 2021 1102
Mrs R's Brexit rations plan is completely irrational. PAUL ROUTLEDGE Life goes on Sep 22, 2021 287
Brexit hitting Renfrewshire hard. Sep 21, 2021 484
Work stalls at border post over lack of assurances. STUART GILLSPIE Sep 21, 2021 453
All these are off agenda when it comes to Brexit. Sep 21, 2021 235
Northern Ireland Brexit issues 'can't go on forever'. Sep 21, 2021 170
forget quick trade deals with the us; PM: 'Biden has other fish to fry'. PIPPA CRERAR Political Editor in New York Sep 21, 2021 386
forget quick trade deals with the us; PM: Biden has a lot of fish to fry. PIPPA CRERAR Political Editor in New York Sep 21, 2021 388
how did we e get here? MATT ROPER Sep 21, 2021 442
Boris Johnson abandons hope of post-Brexit US trade deal despite saying we'd be 'first'; Boris Johnson had billed a trade with America as one of the top prizes of Brexit, but the Prime Minister has admitted US President Joe Biden has "a lot of fish to fry" other than striking deals. By, Pippa Crerar, Political Editor in Washington DC Sep 21, 2021 556
Boris Johnson meets Joe Biden in White House as post-Brexit trade deal hopes fade; Following historic White House talks, Boris Johnson and Joe Biden teamed up to call on fellow world leaders to live up to commitments in fight against global warming. By, Pippa Crerar Sep 21, 2021 670
Boris Johnson admits he probably won't get a quick US trade deal after Brexit; The Prime Minister -who has hailed Britain's post-Brexit prospects -played down hopes of a 'quick' deal as he admitted US President Joe Biden has a 'lot of fish to fry'. By, Pippa Crerar Sep 20, 2021 512
The changes to state pension payments coming for some people next year due to Brexit; The changes will come into effect from January 1, 2022. By, Ryan O'Neill Sep 20, 2021 536
Brexit highlighted lorry issue, not caused it. Sep 20, 2021 329
Another Brexit cost. Sep 19, 2021 211
'I'm unable to apply because I hold a British Passport': TUI job advert backlash from disappointed young Brits; The comment section was awash with people sharing their disappointment about how Brexit has changed rights to work abroad. By, Lucy Williamson Sep 19, 2021 611
Empty supermarket shelves as supply chains hit for everything from baby wipes to cereal; Covid and Brexit and a resulting critical shortage of lorry drivers has been blamed for holding up deliveries to major stores, meaning many family favourites are missing or in short supply. By, Lucy Marshall Sep 18, 2021 642
Top Tory insists UK will avoid energy emergency this winter as gas prices soar; It comes amid ongoing supply chain issues, with Covid and Brexit being blamed for reports of empty shelves in the UK. By, Lizzy Buchan Sep 18, 2021 688
Boris Johnson will meet Joe Biden at White House this week to smooth tensions; The PM is expected to raise the Covid travel ban in talks with the US President, with Brexit and the chaotic Afghanistan withdrawal likely to feature. By, Pippa Crerar Sep 18, 2021 735
Weighing it all up. Sep 18, 2021 244
After Wales' rethink on its place in UK - could it lead the way? CouldWales'APPROACHPROVIDEAWAYFORWARDFORTHEFUTUREOFTHEUK?ASKDRANWEN Elias, of Aberystwyth University, and Dr Matt Wall, of Swansea University. Sep 18, 2021 712
Weight for it, we can have pounds and ounces again. KIERAN MURRAY and DAVID HUGHES Reporters Sep 18, 2021 600
Research reveals impact of Brexit. Sep 17, 2021 431
Global financial industry urges EU to extend euro swaps clearing in London. Reuters News Service Sep 17, 2021 210
M&S blames Brexit as it closes 11 French stores. Sep 17, 2021 247
Plan to reduce red tape in UK after Brexit. Sep 17, 2021 417
I considered leaving NI over the Protocol violence; Boxer tells Kielty film region in 'no man's land'. LAUREN HARTE Sep 17, 2021 416
Brexit not responsible for lorry driver crisis; TALK BACK. Sep 17, 2021 335
Turning migrants back a sign of weakness in post-Brexit UK. Mohamed Chebaro Sep 17, 2021 1050
What's the difference between imperial and metric? Imperial units could make a comeback as part of a post-Brexit review of EU laws, UK ministers say; Imperial units could make a comeback as part of a post-Brexit review of EU laws, UK ministers say. By, Tom Blackburn Sep 17, 2021 630
End of plastic driving licences as DVLA to trial new mobile app for motorists; The DVLA was prevented from developing digital licences before Brexit because of European Union law, which stipulated the need for a physical version instead of an app alternative. By, Emma Munbodh Sep 17, 2021 526
Nancy Pelosi warns UK-US trade deal 'unlikely' if Northern Ireland peace destroyed; The US House of Representatives Speaker said damage to the Good Friday Agreement would derail trade talks. By, Lizzy Buchan Sep 17, 2021 392
Tories use Brexit to bring back imperial measurements in shops; Pounds and ounces could make a return to your local greengrocer and butcher under a change to EU rules after Brexit -but Labour branded it a distraction from benefit cuts. By, Dan Bloom Sep 17, 2021 580
Marks & Spencer blames Brexit red tape for French store closures; The retail giant said disruption to exports from the UK to Europe has led it to close 11 high street outlets. By, Holly Williams (PA) & Erin Santillo Sep 16, 2021 420

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