News

Brexit News

Stay up to date on Brexit news accross all of our publications

Number of MPs to remain the same following Brexit vote

David Cameron’s 2012 proposal to cut the number of MPs from 650 to 600 has been dropped due to “a greater workload” following Brexit.

Paul Bristow Associates Ltd echo Make UK chief’s skills concerns

Comments made by the chief of a leading UK industry group concerning the skills gap in manufacturing are very much in line with the views of Paul Bristol Associates Ltd, a textile manufacturer in north Wales.

Brexit preparations cost government over £4 billion

According to the National Audit Office, government departments spent over £4 billion on preparations for leaving the EU.

ICC Solutions' optimism justified as Truss speech "outlines bold new era for trade”

Firms such as Cheshire's ICC Solutions who have looked upon the UK’s post-Brexit trade prospects with optimism have been boosted by the ambitions outlined in international trade secretary Liz Truss’ speech to the World Trade Organization General Council earlier in March.

UK-EU trade negotiations begin in Brussels

Negotiations over a future UK-EU trade deal begin on Monday afternoon, as chief UK negotiator David Frost and his team head to Brussels.

Leith Planning reflect CBI sentiment as Johnson prepares for Brussels trade talks

A Confederation of British Industry [CBI] report released this week echoed town planning consultancy Leith Planning’s appeal for reduced red tape and bureaucracy, as Boris Johnson and his team prepare to head to the negotiating table with the EU over a future trade deal.

Leaders Council reports on David Frost's comments in Brussels

Boris Johnson’s chief negotiator in EU trade talks, David Frost, has said that the UK “must have the ability to set laws that suit us” during a speech at a Brussels university, the Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland reports.

Leaders Council: French foreign minister predicts tough UK-EU trade talks

French foreign minister Jean-Yves Le Drian has said that the UK and EU will “rip each other apart” in tough trade deal negotiations, the Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland reports.

Featured Organisations

The Civil Service Insurance Society

The Civil Service Insurance Society was formed in 1890 to provide life assurance policies to civil servants and ensure that their families would not b... Read more

Abacus Financial Options

Over the past two decades Abacus Financial Options has developed into a firm that provides a wide range of financial advice. Through utilising the ser... Read more

Families for Children

Families for Children is a specialist independent voluntary adoption agency based in the South West. It finds and supports adoptive families for vulne... Read more

Latest News