Dr Philip Lee – member of the conservative government
21st February 2018
British officials have held talks with the Anglo-Dutch consumer goods group amid fears it will pick Rotterdam as its main base rather than London. … Continue reading »
19th February 2018
Half of UK investment companies are planning to establish European operations
More than 40% of Northern Ireland firms say the vote for Brexit has had a negative impact on business
18th February 2018
The committee concluded that dairy, sheep and cereals would be hit hardest by tariffs.
With EU workers leaving jobs Britons don’t want to take, employers are scrabbling for solutions
16th February 2018
A company which announced a ferry service between Great Yarmouth and Holland has postponed the plan
Less than a third of Scottish businesses are now exporting, as Brexit creates uncertainty
Auto workers are up first
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15th February 2018
Michel Roux Jr said Brexit talks on fisheries “could go very badly” and it should be addressed very quickly
Company will move its operations to Amsterdam, citing the “dramatically shifting political scene”
The Netherlands is a key destination for Scottish exports
Sterling will plunge more than 15 per cent from current levels if Britain leaves the European Union in a disorderly fashion
14th February 2018
Report claims none of the five Brexit scenarios they model would lead to a positive outcome for UK manufacturing.
The proposal was “directly linked” to delays or cancellations of UK building projects in the wake of the referendum.