UK exports to European Union bounce back following Brexit slump

Exports to the European Union bounce back following slump in trade after Brexit By Hugo Duncan for the Daily Mail Published: 21:53 BST, 9 July 2021 | Updated: 22:06 BST, 9 July 2021 Exports to the European Union have bounced back following a slump in trade after Brexit. Britain sold £14.2billion of goods to the … Read more

Record-breaking heatwave with temperatures of 118F hits… SIBERIA

Freezing temperatures, snow and ice might come to mind when you think of Siberia , but the past week has seen the Arctic region experiencing a record-breaking heatwave with temperatures soaring to 118 degrees Fahrenheit. In Saskylah, a small village north of the Arctic Circle, the ground temperature reached 89F (31.9 degrees Celsius), the highest … Read more

EU ‘will agree to three month extension’ on Northern Ireland Brexit protocol

The EU looks set to cool the bitter Brexit standoff over sausage exports from Britain to Northern Ireland by agreeing a three month extension to the grace period. In a potential breakthrough in the row, Brussels has signalled it is open to the UK’s request to keep transition arrangements on chilled meat sales until the … Read more

Boris Johnson and Australian counterpart Scott Morrison ‘agree trade deal between the two countries’

Boris Johnson and Australian counterpart Scott Morrison ‘agree trade deal between the two countries during Downing Street dinner’ – the first negotiated from scratch post-Brexit Boris Johnson and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison agreed trade deal Two leaders have agreed broad terms of pact over dinner in Downing Street  could be first trade deal negotiated … Read more

UK agrees to grant full diplomatic status to EU ambassador after lengthy post-Brexit dispute

Britain FINALLY agrees to grant full diplomatic status to the EU’s ambassador in London after fears the post-Brexit row would poison the UK’s relations with Brussels UK and EU agreed Brussels’ ambassador in London will get full diplomatic status Agreement made during meeting between Dominic Raab and EU’s Josep Borrell Agreement should resolve long-running Brexit … Read more

French fishermen blockade lorries carrying UK fish amid fury over ‘sham’ Brexit fishing deal 

More than a hundred French fishermen blocked trucks carrying fish from the UK on Thursday night, in a protest against a Brexit fishing deal they have dismissed as ‘a sham’.  Britain’s post-Brexit trade deal with the European Union allowed the bloc’s fishermen to keep fishing deep into British waters, but only once they had received a license. … Read more

French fishermen blockade lorries carrying UK fish amid fury over ‘sham’ Brexit fishing deal 

More than a hundred French fishermen blocked trucks carrying fish from the UK on Thursday night, in a protest against a Brexit fishing deal they have dismissed as ‘a sham’.  Britain’s post-Brexit trade deal with the European Union allowed the bloc’s fishermen to keep fishing deep into British waters, but only once they had received a license. … Read more

Founding father of the EU moves step closer to being declared a SAINT

Founding father of the EU moves step closer to being declared a SAINT: Vatican official says Robert Schuman’s ‘heroic virtues’ could be recognised by the Pope this summer Robert Schuman, twice PM of France, is known as the ‘Father of Europe’ He helped forge deep economic ties between nations after WWII Pope Francis could recognise … Read more

Post-Brexit ‘red tape’ means UK expats ‘being denied basic services in EU’

Britons in Europe are being denied access bank accounts, jobs, healthcare and university places due to post-Brexit red tape – even though access to those services is guaranteed under the withdrawal agreement.  Those living in Spain, Italy and France say they have been hit by new rules which are poorly understood by local officials who … Read more

Sir Keir Starmer says Labour must be ready for an election within TWO YEARS

Sir Keir Starmer today warned Labour to prepare for an election in as little as two years – as he said he was looking forward to ‘taking the mask off’ after his first year in charge under Covid.  Sir Keir, who marks the first anniversary of his election as party leader today, said the party’s … Read more