The UK’s new trading relationship with the EU means that businesses are able to seize new opportunities as we strike trade deals with the world’s fastest growing markets.
European Union leaders have vowed to accelerate the rollout of Covid-19 vaccines as concern mounts about the spread of new variants of the virus.
Brexit has caused “so many problems” and its consequences will be felt for decades to come, a leading MEP has warned.
Bank of England boss Andrew Bailey has fired the latest salvo in the tug of war with the EU on financial services, warning it would “resist very firmly” any move to seize control of the lucrative euro derivative trading market.
The Government is focused on making Brexit’s Northern Ireland Protocol work, not ditching it, a Cabinet minister has insisted.
Another layer of Brexit red tape associated with the Northern Ireland Protocol has come into effect, with health certificates on Great British sausages and mince now required.
The Government has welcomed a preliminary decision that paves the way for the continued free flow of personal data between the EU and the UK.
The SNP has described increased Brexit-related red tape as an "unmitigated disaster" with Scottish companies among hundreds that have rushed to establish operations in the EU since January 1, taking valuable jobs with them.
Maros Sefcovic said he is committed to finding pragmatic solutions to problems facing Northern Ireland’s traders after Brexit.
The Government did not reject the European Union’s post-Brexit visa offer over an “ideological issue”, Culture Minister Caroline Dinenage has said.
European Commission vice-president Maros Sefcovic has said mistakes were made in the process leading up the EU’s recent attempt to trigger Article 16 of the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Touring musicians are thinking in “quite desperate” terms about whether they can continue in the industry with post-Brexit travel rules, a sector leader has said.
Sir Ian McKellen, Sir Patrick Stewart and Dame Julie Walters have joined some of the biggest names in British theatre to urge Boris Johnson to secure visa-free EU travel for artists.
The European Union has called on China to reverse its ban on the BBC World News television channel imposed in apparent retaliation for Britain’s withdrawal of the licence of state-owned Chinese broadcaster CGTN.
Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove and the European Commission’s vice president have reiterated their “full commitment” to the contentious Northern Ireland Protocol following talks in London.
Bosses at Arla said empty dairy shelves have been avoided despite the company tackling “teething issues” following Brexit.
The president of Belarus has denounced the the six months of protests against his rule as a foreign-directed “rebellion” and vowed to resist the pressure.
A growing number of governments are curbing diplomatic ties with Myanmar and increasing economic pressure over the coup that has erased the fragile democratic progress in the long-oppressed nation.
Shipments of goods from the UK to Europe have been held up for hours because of the type of ink used in a stamp, MSPs have been told.
The UK should not be forced to follow EU banking regulations and must be allowed to set its own independent rules, the Governor of the Bank of England has said.
The European Union’s top official has expressed regret for creating a row with the UK last month when the bloc briefly considered applying an emergency restriction on exports of Covid-19 vaccines also to Northern Ireland.
The European Union’s much-criticised vaccine rollout could partly be blamed on the bloc being over-optimistic, over-confident and plainly “late”, European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen has said.
Chief Brexit negotiator Lord Frost has blamed the severely strained tensions with the European Union on Brussels struggling to accept a “genuinely independent actor in their neighbourhood”.
Musicians are facing “the loss of an entire continent as a venue”, an MP has said.
Calls have been made to scrap part of the Brexit deal relating to Northern Ireland, as the Prime Minister warned Brussels he will act to prevent trade barriers being put up in the Irish Sea.
Brexit’s contentious Northern Ireland Protocol “cannot work”, and must be replaced, First Minister Arlene Foster has said.
The DUP has said permanent solutions are needed to the contentious Northern Ireland Protocol to ensure the region has “unfettered access” to the UK market.
The European Commission vice president is set to travel to London next week to discuss the trade issues that have emerged between Britain and Northern Ireland post-Brexit.
Scottish shellfish firms are facing a lengthy ban on exporting to the continent, after EU officials deemed UK oysters and mussels did not comply with their health standards.
The UK has urged the EU to ditch a technical and legalistic approach to the Northern Ireland Protocol as it requested further time to resolve problems linked to its operation.