Scotland’s food and drink exports surged by more than 10 percent in the last year, generating £1.2bn.
Tech giant Google could be fined more than €1bn from Brussels for abusing its online search dominance to direct customers to its own Google Shopping service.
With article 50 triggered and general election campaigning gearing up to establish a mandate for the UK’s departure from the European Union, it’s easy to get caught up in the back and forth and not know when the Brexit date is.
The UK voted to leave the European Union in June 2016 by a majority of 52 percent in what had already become widely known as the Brexit vote.
If the UK leaves the European Single Market, it could cost the country’s economy £36bn a year.
What do the British public want from the future relationship between the UK and the EU?
Since the Brexit vote last June, there has been only limited movement from corporations towards potentially steadier economic locations.
In March, British prime minister Theresa May triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, the official EU exit clause.
The UK could be forced to find qualified domestic vets and inspectors to ensure the quality of food imports after Brexit.
When the UK voted to leave the European Union (EU) in June last year, the pound fell dramatically.
After the UK’s Brexit referendum last June, there was much concern that the polls had got it wrong.
After the Brexit referendum last June which saw the UK vote to leave the European Union (EU), petitions sprang up to revoke the decision.
US president Donald Trump has been a vocal supporter of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union.
Telecoms giant O2 today announced that from 15 June, pay monthly and business customers will no longer be charged extra for using their phones in 47 European countries.
The UK labour market has seen its steepest drop in candidates for jobs for 16 months.
House prices are often a marker of how well an economy is functioning.
Euroscepticism is present in France but does not stem directly from voters.
The European Union chief negotiator Michel Barnier has laid out his guidelines for talks with the UK as the country prepares to leave the trading bloc.
If the UK ends up with “no deal” in the Brexit negotiations, the country’s nuclear industry will be at risk according to MPs.
French presidential candidate, the independent centrist Emmanuel Macron was heckled by factory workers in Amiens, his hometown, following a visit by his far-right rival, Marine Le Pen.
The UK prime minister will host two of the EU’s main Brexit negotiators at Downing Street today.
Almost 60 percent of small businesses employing EU nationals are concerned about losing access to skilled workers post-Brexit, according to a report published by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) today.
Brexit negotiations could be put on hold until the UK settles a €2bn customs fraud fine with Brussels.
When the UK voted to leave the European Union (EU) last June, the nation was split: 52 percent in favour of leaving against 48 percent who wanted to remain.
Freedom of movement was one of the key aspects of the Brexit campaign and will make up one of the main negotiation points now that Article 50 has been triggered.
The official divorce date for the UK and the European Union (EU) is set for 29 March 2019.
The impact of Brexit in the form of a weaker pound and higher inflation will add to an already complicated trading landscape for British beer exports.
Scotland will be “most welcome” to rejoin the European Union (EU) as a full member — even if it voted for independence, 50 European politicians have publicly stated.
A regulatory advisory group — sponsored by the City of London Corporation and TheCityUK — has hatched a plan for the UK to retain EU market access post-Brexit.