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UK ports preparing for EU customs checks

According to the BBC, plans are being drafted within the shipping industry to accommodate EU border checks in Great Britain for goods heading to Northern Ireland.

Johnson’s plan for Brexit “a major strategic, political and operational challenge" according to leaked document

A leaked document indicates prime minister Boris Johnson’s plans to implement Brexit by December next year do not allow sufficient time to provide the infrastructure required for the deadline.

EU net migration figures back up Total Project Integration’s concerns for the UK workforce

Prior to the 2016 referendum on EU membership, net migration from the bloc was at a 219,000 peak. Since the British electorate made the decision to leave, this number has been in steady decline. It is now at its lowest level since 2003, less than a quarter of the 2015 high.

In Focus: British manufacturer Fane International highlights urgency of getting Brexit done

Ever since the referendum of 2016 saw the British electorate make the decision to leave the European Union, UK industry has set about planning and preparing to operate in accordance with the will of the British people. However, little over three years later, the British public is no closer to knowing what Brexit might look like, nor whether it will happen at all.

The Wythenshawe Forum Trust could hold a model for knitting society back together after heal Brexit divisions

Elections can be a great barometer of society and we know that, in many ways, Britain is changing. Votes are now split between ‘leave’ and ‘remain’ as well as traditional party views. Age group is now a bigger predictor of which way somebody will vote than class. Labour is running on the most radically left-wing manifesto in decade and is seeing considerable success.

British leisure companies like Whitehouse Leisure Park benefit from ‘staycation’ culture amid Brexit uncertainty

Asking somebody in Britain where they plan to go on holiday, the range of responses is usually quite wide. Perhaps Spain for a bit of sun, or the south of France for great food. These days, slightly further afield, you may hear about the lakes of Croatia, the metropolitan nightlife of Tel Aviv or the rich history of Istanbul.

Corbyn: Johnson misleading about lack of border down Irish Sea

Speaking at a press conference on Friday, Jeremy Corbyn presented a “confidential” Brexit report which he says disproves Johnson’s claim there will be no border down the Irish Sea if his Brexit deal is passed.

Regulatory alignment a key Brexit issue for aerospace firms like Storm Aviation Group

Despite next week's general election putting the Brexit process on hold for now, the aerospace industry remains concerned over the issue of regulatory alignment with the EU and the ability of the UK to bring its products to the European market once Brexit has been finalised.

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