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Brexit | 8 August 2018

No-deal Brexit 'looking more likely'

Exiting the European Union without a deal is looking to be an increasingly likely prospect, according to ministers.


Brexit | 24 July 2018

CDS is coming - are you ready for the change from CHIEF?

The CHIEF system is to be replaced with CDS and traders can get help from MIC's range of software solutions to ease the transition.


Brexit | 18 July 2018

Brexit: Latest news and what happens next

It has been another busy week as Brexit negotiations continue.


Brexit | 3 May 2018

UK government faces deepening internal rift over EU customs deal

The British government is facing serious internal divisions due to disagreements over whether or not the UK should be seeking a post-Brexit customs deal with the EU.


Brexit | 1 May 2018

MPs warn UK government against rushing into US trade negotiations

MPs have warned the British government against rushing into trade negotiations with the US that could harm the UK's links with other countries.


Brexit | 23 April 2018

UK government holds firm amid calls to stay in EU customs union

The British government is rejecting calls for the UK to remain in the EU customs union, despite suffering a defeat over the issue in the House of Lords.


Brexit | 4 April 2018

UK ministers recommend EEA or EFTA membership as post-Brexit trade option

British ministers have urged the government not to rule out membership of the European Economic Area or the European Free Trade Association following Brexit.


Brexit | 27 March 2018

Free trade deal 'could soon emerge' for UK and Australia

An ambitious new free trade deal could soon be witnessed between the UK and Australia.


Brexit | 20 March 2018

Britain agrees key terms of Brexit transition deal

Britain and the EU have agreed a number of important details about the transition period, but not everyone is happy about the deal.


Brexit | 16 March 2018

New report highlights possible costs of Brexit for exporters

Brexit-related red tape could cost exporters in the UK and EU as much as £58 billion a year, according to a new report.