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Brexit Day was officially 31st January 2023; is the UK public still in support of the decision to leave the EU, or are some already regretting Brexit?
Mariya Gabriel, the European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth, looks at education and training to improve education inclusivity across Europe.
Brexit added almost £6 billion to UK food bills in the two years to the end of 2021, with the poorest households worst affected.
There have been significant delays at Dover in recent days, leading to concerns that congestion may continue at the UK border long-term.
Brexit policy is to affect micronutrient food supplies in the UK, where foods imports will become harder to access due to trade deals.
A more flexible and simple New Procurement Bill is to replace 350 of the EU’s laws to drive economic growth and open business for SMEs.
A new study demonstrates that political divides have become deeper now than at any other point in the last 50 years.
Akash Gupta, Co-founder and CTO, GreyOrange, explores how AI can help solve the UK's supply chain crisis as a result of lorry driver shortages, caused by Brexit and the pandemic.
Digital Editor at Open Access Government updates us on the Government Digital Service roadmap for 2021-2022 to ensure GOV.UK is accessible and personalised.
By discussing how Brexit has affected trade between the EU and the UK, we can explore how the UK economy may experience local economic growth and how businesses should reinforce their operations to succeed in this new era of regulated trade.
Michael Drury, Partner and Caroline Mair, Senior Associate of BCL Solicitors LLP, outline a recent Parliamentary report, which analysed where the UK stands regarding the data & tools it now has at its disposal to the police across Europe after Brexit.
Michael Schrezenmaier, Interim co-CEO & COO, Pipedrive, looks at the role of CRM to tackle the ongoing data disruption of Brexit.
The UK failed to maintain British fishing-rights in Norwegian waters, after taking over negotiations from the EU for the first time in 40 years.
Richard Leslie, CEO, The Sourcing Hub, discusses why the COVID-19 pandemic and Brexit could create a boom in outsourcing technology development.
Institute of Economic Development Executive Director Nigel Wilcock and Director Paul Frainer discuss economic life in the UK after leaving the European Union.
Kathryn Barnes, Employment Counsel EMEA, Globalization Partners, discusses the changes to UK employment laws as a result of Brexit.
Right now, the rift between AstraZeneca and the European Commission continues to grow - but is it a vaccine war or the first post-Brexit war?
Diabetics living in the UK are worried about disruption to insulin supplies as a result of Brexit, according to a new social media study.
In this article, Flogas, explores how living rurally can help the UK’s food security problem.
Jean-Sebastien Connell, Consultant at Atkins, discusses the need for a security and resilience strategy for UK borders in a post-Brexit world With the UK border playing a central role in supporting the supply chains of the nation’s Critical National Infrastructure (CNI), its security is becoming ever more important. But how...