A University of Birmingham study examined the degree to which EU regions were exposed to the possible negative trade-related consequences of Britain’s departure and found areas in the Midlands and north of England, many of which voted for Brexit, had the greatest exposure.
Job opportunities in Reading have fallen by almost a quarter in the 15 months since the European referendum, a new study suggests. Research conducted by Fish4Jobs has revealed a 24 per cent decrease in available jobs since the Brexit vote in the UK.
Speaking to the Derby Telegraph, Simon Hemmings – Unite’s chief staff negotiator for Rolls-Royce in Derby – said the Government’s stance will have a devastating impact on jobs at Rolls-Royce’s civil aerospace campus in Sinfin.
Abraham Lincoln’s “think anew, act anew”, included in a letter he wrote to Congress, are the theme of the Convention on Brexit and the Political Crash, two days of debate, analysis and scrutiny on 12 and 13 May that will look at the threat to the liberal consensus in the west, as well as the...
The hospitality sector in the U.K. is “highly reliant”on workers from other EU countries, as they represent almost one quarter of the sector’s workforce, according to the KPMG report commissioned by British Hospitality Association.
“We have high rates of employment and a lot of that is within hospitality and the visitor economy and a lot come from Europe,” said Helen Peters, chief executive of destination management body Shakespeare’s England. “If there’s a situation where they’re obliged to go home or voluntarily go home, that could cause a dilemma. There isn’t the skill-set...
Marc Taylor, Administrative Recruitment Consultant at the Birmingham based company Driven Recruitment, said ‘We have noticed less European individuals are applying for work within the last two to three months. We can only hope things will improve, as we are awaiting the next stages of the Brexit…’