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Tag: Brexit

UK breaks Brexit agreement

British MPs pass bill to amend Brexit protocol for Northern Ireland European and British citizens are wondering if this is not the first step...

UK-EU trade war

Johnson presents today in the British Parliament the law with which he wants to break the Brexit deal The trade war between the United Kingdom...

UK Parliament report warns of adverse effects of Brexit on businesses

Brexit is damaging British international trade with European Union (EU) countries and the situation may worsen as the pandemic is left behind, transit of...

What has changed since Brexit, has anyone gained anything?

It has been 2 years since the British ratified the 'yes' to Brexit at the ballot box. What has changed in this time? Today...

France detains British trawler at height of tension over fishing licenses

France announced the arrest of a British fishing boat off the coast of the port of Le Havre to fine it for different infractions...

Fights, nerves and long queues for fuel at British gas stations

The fuel crisis in the UK has heightened scenes of tension among drivers waiting in long queues at petrol stations for fuel amid growing...

UK supply crisis due to shortage of truck drivers

The prolonged shortage of truck drivers in the UK is causing more headaches for businesses and consumers. Executives at Tesco, Britain's largest supermarket chain,...

Stock-outs and chaos return to British supermarkets: Brexit and pandemic to blame

The shelves of countless supermarkets across the UK are appearing empty due to a major supply chain crisis. The problem is not due to...

More than six million Europeans have applied for UK residency after Brexit

More than six million EU and European Economic Area citizens have applied to regularize their status in the UK after the Brexit, according to...

Why has a wave of riots broken out in Northern Ireland?

Police and politicians in Northern Ireland called for calm Monday after a third night of violence in which young protesters set fires and threw...

The United Kingdom shields immigration: only those with salaries over £25,000 will be admitted

If there is one issue that dominated the campaign leading up to the historic 2016 referendum on UK permanence in the EU, it was...

What would happen if there was a hard Brexit?

Westminster has already started the Christmas vacations. The ladies went home on Thursday night and, according to the official calendar, they will not return...

Johnson, from enthusiasm to disenchantment one year after his landslide victory

Boris Johnson's childhood was not easy. It was marked by fierce fighting between his parents, constant admissions to psychiatric facilities by his mother, and...

The EU, prepared for a non-agreement with London: these are the “contingency guidelines”

The European Commission presented this Thursday a series of "contingency" guidelines for the Member States to prepare for a Brexit without agreement on January...

45 dead in florida

Death toll from Hurricane Ian rises to 45 in Florida Florida authorities confirmed Friday that at least 23 people died as a result of Hurricane...

Coup d’état in Burkina Faso

Military stages coup in Burkina Faso citing rise in jihadist terrorism The UN is very skeptical about Burkina Faso, which has been plunged into chaos...

North Korea fires ballistic missiles

Pyongyang fires two ballistic missiles after maritime military maneuvers by Seoul, Tokyo and Washington The Japanese Defense Ministry has warned on Saturday morning that North...