The Scottish Seafood Association (SSA) has hit out at government schemes set up to help the sector deal with financial losses caused by Brexit.
More than 200 jobs at a car parts firm in south Wales face being axed partly due to Brexit and coronavirus, the company has said.
The European Commission has warned that the Northern Ireland Protocol in the Brexit divorce settlement remains the only way to prevent the return of a hard border with the Republic.
Talks have taken place about Northern Ireland’s post-Brexit arrangements amid warnings from MEPs the breakdown in trust could derail the trade agreement struck between the UK and European Union.
MEPs on two key committees have voted by an “overwhelming majority” to recommend that the European Parliament gives its consent to the EU-UK trade deal.
Britain and the EU are mounting a fresh attempt to resolve the problems over post-Brexit trading arrangements for Northern Ireland.
Boris Johnson will scale down his trip to India due to the worsening coronavirus situation in the south Asian country.
Brexit minister Lord Frost and European Commission vice-president Maros Sefcovic will meet on Thursday as efforts continue to resolve issues around Northern Ireland’s trading arrangements.
Northern Ireland’s identity is being put at risk by post-Brexit trading arrangements, ministers have been warned.
Stormont’s agriculture minister has said the UK will resist Northern Ireland fishermen being subjected to further checks when landing their catches.
UK trade with the EU bounced back in February after it had seen a record slump following its exit from the trading bloc.
Scotland’s economy grew last month for the first time since September although economic activity lags behind most parts of the United Kingdom, new figures suggest.
The Duke of Edinburgh travelled to Ireland in 2011 “on a mission to heal history”, former president Mary McAleese has said.
The add-on costs when buying goods from EU-based retailers should be made clearer so that shoppers are not hit with surprise fees or scammed, according to Which?.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said she will not be the one having to "convince" North East voters and fisherman "betrayed" by Brexit why the SNP should have their vote
Rioters have been blasted with a water cannon by police as unrest stirred on the streets of Northern Ireland once more.
The UK Prime Minister and Irish premier have made a joint call for calm after days of unrest in Northern Ireland.
The Secretary of State for Northern Ireland has challenged the Loyalist Communities Council (LCC) to publicly condemn recent violence across the region.
A united message of condemnation of recent violence in Northern Ireland has been welcomed by the Secretary of State.
SNP MP Stephen Flynn has described remarks made by Scottish Conservative candidate Douglas Lumsden over Brexit as "appalling".
Emergency talks are set to take place in Northern Ireland following a week of violence that police said has been on a scale not seen in recent years.
Ministers in the Stormont Executive have condemned the violence and rioting that has erupted in Northern Ireland, prompting united calls for calm to be restored.
Ministers in the Stormont Executive have been urged to speak with a united voice in condemning rioting that has erupted in Northern Ireland.
The street disorder that has flared in various parts of Northern Ireland for more than a week can be attributed to a multitude of factors.
Northern Ireland’s First Minister has called for the current post-Brexit trading arrangements to be replaced with something “realistic and sustainable”.
Northern Ireland’s First Minister has blamed “malign and criminal elements” for whipping up young people involved in recent violence and disorder.
The Stormont Assembly is set to be recalled for an emergency debate following days of violence and disorder in parts of Northern Ireland.
The Alliance Party leader has proposed a recall of the Stormont Assembly, following days of violence and disorder in parts of Northern Ireland.
Police were attacked during another night of violence and disorder in a number of loyalist areas in Northern Ireland on Monday.
Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross was accused of "failing" north-east fishing communities after appearing on a radio phone-in.