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Brexit update: Is withdrawal creating more problems than it has solved?

Where Boris Johnson had hoped for progress, he is instead getting further delays.


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UK government delays post-Brexit checks

New border checks on certain products heading to Britain have been postponed until 2022.


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Brexit impacts UK-Germany confectionery trade

A reduction in first-quarter German confectionery sales of 11.8 percent has been put down to trading complications as a result of Brexit.


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Brexit continues to hamper UK trade as imbalances increase

The disparity between imports and exports with Ireland during the Brexit transition has been revealed, while Liz Truss seeks a trade partnership elsewhere.


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EU rejects calls to overhaul NI protocol, but legal action on hold

An economist has warned of a 'mini trade war' between the EU and UK unless disagreements over the Northern Ireland protocol are resolved.


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UK urges major overhauls to GB-NI trade agreement

The UK government has warned the current post-Brexit protocol governing trade between Great Britain and Northern Ireland is unsustainable and needs to be changed.


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UK importers warned over new customs declaration rules

UK importers could face problems if they miss extended deadlines for filing customs declarations for goods from the EU, experts have warned.


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UK firms 'still struggling' six months on from Brexit

New studies reveal many UK firms are still struggling with new Brexit rules six months on.


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Australia and UK confirm details of trade deal

Boris Johnson and Scott Morrison have confirmed they have reached an agreement on a new FTA between the UK and Australia.


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EU and UK fail to reach NI trade agreement as patience grows thin

The EU has not ruled out legal action or the implementation of tariffs if the UK unilaterally extends delays to checks on goods entering Northern Ireland from Great Britain.