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Clashes in N.Ireland after protests over Brexit 'protocol'
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Daily politics briefing: April 16
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Northern Irish loyalists demand changes to Brexit border protocol
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Northern Ireland Secretary welcomes united condemnation of violence
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Starmer urges PM to 'step up' on Northern Ireland and address post-Brexit issues
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Loyalist anger at post-Brexit trade rules among factors in NI disorder
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Anger at police as Belfast sees further night of violence
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Daily politics briefing: April 5
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EU extends temporary fishing quotas with UK until July
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Brexit 'contributes to fewer daffodil flowers being harvested'
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British bands stung by post-Brexit touring costs
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Dutch election: Brexit sparks debate in Netherlands over its place in EU
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PM holds ‘frank’ conversations with DUP on NI visit
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Exports to EU plunged 41% in January as Brexit transition period ended
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Post-Brexit trade: UK delays EU import checks by several months over disruption fears
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Millions of daffodils left unpicked in England because of post-Brexit migrant worker rules
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Northern Irish loyalists end support for peace deal over Brexit
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Europe's week: Orban leaves the EPP, as Brexit makes a dramatic return
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European Parliament delays decision on vote to approve Brexit deal after UK 'violation' of agreement
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National cat and dog food shortage due to pandemic, Brexit and lockdown pet riseA national shortage of cat and dog food has led one UK pet supplier to ration how much owners can buy.
Prince Charles to reassure Greece post-Brexit ties will be 'strong and vital'The Prince of Wales is to deliver a post Brexit message of friendship to the people of Greece, describing the ties with the UK as "strong and vital".
'Teething problems? Try wisdom teeth removal': Firms tell MPs of post-Brexit trading experienceThe Northern Ireland Protocol is adding costs and complexity to businesses that risks reducing choice and increasing prices for consumers, while cutting trade with Great Britain, MPs have been told.
Revealed: How Brexit changed trade between Britain and IrelandThe volume of goods being ferried across the Irish Sea between Britain and Ireland has collapsed since the UK left the EU.
Economy back in reverse gear in January as lockdowns and Brexit dragThe UK economy rediscovered a reverse gear in January as renewed coronavirus lockdowns and Brexit hit activity, according to official figures.
Govt launches post-Brexit scheme allowing students to study and work anywhere in the worldA new exchange scheme enabling students to study or work anywhere in the world, replacing one withdrawn now the UK has left the European Union, is being launched by the government.
Brexit import checks delayed 'in the nick of time'The government has delayed bringing in a range of post-Brexit checks on EU imports by around six months - a change that one business group described as coming "in the nick of time".
EU border disruption to cause economic hit - and Brexit deal to see '4% shrinkage in long-term'Border disruption with the EU, caused in part by Brexit, is expected to cause an economic hit in the first three months of this year, according to Whitehall's fiscal watchdog.
Tory Brexiteers call on PM to scrap Northern Ireland Protocol - a year after they voted for itA group of Conservative MPs have called on the government to scrap post-Brexit arrangements for the Irish border.
UK agrees to give EU more time to approve Brexit trade dealThe UK has agreed to give the European Union more time to approve the Brexit trade deal struck between the two sides.
Fishermen fear losing their homes as post-Brexit export ban bitesShellfish workers in Cornwall say some are at risk of losing their homes because of an overnight ban on exporting their product to the EU.
Star actors join calls for government to resolve post-Brexit visa issueSir Ian McKellen, Dame Julie Walters and Sir Patrick Stewart are among a group of British actors calling on Boris Johnson to resolve the issue of visa-free EU travel for artists.
Barnier stands firm on financial services talks as Amsterdam claims win over CityMichel Barnier, who led the EU's Brexit negotiations, has signalled Brussels will not climb down from its demands of the UK if a financial services deal is to be secured.
Don't pick a fight with us over City access, BoE boss warns BrusselsBank of England Governor Andrew Bailey has urged the EU not to pick a fight over post-Brexit access for financial services and accused it of demanding tougher standards of the UK than other countries.
No bacon and sausages? British expats face empty shelves as UK supermarkets battle Brexit red tapeA British-owned supermarket chain supplying expats in Belgium with a taste of home is being forced to turn to Irish companies because of difficulties getting goods from the UK since Brexit.
Exports to the EU have plummeted by 68% since BrexitThe volume of exports going through British ports to the EU fell by 68% last month compared with January last year, according to research.
PM open to overriding Brexit deal to ensure 'no barrier down the Irish Sea'Boris Johnson has vowed to "do everything we need to do" - including an attempt to override post-Brexit arrangements with the EU - in order to "ensure there is no barrier down the Irish Sea".
PM calls for 'urgent action' from EU after it 'undermined' Northern Ireland agreementBoris Johnson has called for "urgent action" from the EU to resolve "outstanding problems" with the post-Brexit arrangement for Northern Ireland.
15m bees 'could be destroyed' due to 'monumentally stupid' post-Brexit import banMillions of bees could be seized and burned because of changes to UK import rules following Brexit.
Irish PM says EU was 'blindsided' by vaccine row and Brexit border arrangement became 'collateral damage'Northern Ireland's post-Brexit border arrangements became "collateral damage" in the EU's "nasty row" over COVID vaccines, Ireland's prime minister has said.
Tony Blair brands EU 'foolish' over Article 16 coronavirus vaccine rowTony Blair has said the EU's short-lived move to override the Brexit deal on Northern Ireland under its vaccine export controls was "very foolish".
UK to ask to join free trade pact including Australia, Canada and JapanThe UK will formally apply to join a huge free trade pact including Australia, Canada, Japan and Singapore, under the government's post-Brexit plans.
EU 'recognises they made a mistake' in move to block vaccine exports, says GoveThe EU "recognises they made a mistake" by invoking a Brexit deal clause to prevent coronavirus vaccine shipments entering the UK, Michael Gove has said.
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Nissan boss says Brexit is 'positive' - and claims new trade deal gives carmaker a 'competitive advantage'Nissan has hailed the Brexit deal, saying the agreement will give it a "competitive advantage" as it committed to produce new electric vehicle batteries at its Sunderland plant.
Freight traffic slumps and costs soar as Brexit friction bitesFreight traffic between Britain and the EU is down almost a third following the end of the Brexit transition, with new red tape and soaring transport costs prompting some small firms to suspend exports..
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Blame COVID not Brexit for fish export woes, says business secretaryKwasi Kwarteng has dismissed border delays and the rising cost of transporting goods to Europe as "teething problems" rather than a consequence of Brexit.
Shellfish lorries park near Downing Street as Brexit rules cause delaysLorries used to transport British shellfish have parked on the roads near Downing Street after experiencing delays getting into the EU due to new Brexit rules.
Seafood firms 'only have weeks to survive' - as minister admits Brexit 'teething problems'Scottish seafood companies only have "weeks" to survive without action to ease EU export delays, an industry leader has warned - as the environment secretary blamed "teething problems" due to Brexit.
Supermarkets warn of Brexit 'cliff-edge' for Northern Ireland suppliesUK supermarket chains have demanded government intervention to prevent "unworkable" new Brexit regulations causing disruption to food supplies to Northern Ireland.
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Driver's 'illegal' ham sandwiches seized at Dutch border under post-Brexit rulesA driver travelling from the UK had his ham sandwiches confiscated by Dutch border guards, who said they were now prohibited under post-Brexit rules.
Brexit trade problems 'just the tip of the iceberg', expert warnsEarly trade difficulties are "just the tip of the iceberg" as businesses adjust to new demands after Brexit, according to a compliance expert.
A record 250,000 small firms on the brink of closure - industry bodyA record 250,000 small firms are set to close this year under combined pressure from the coronavirus pandemic and Brexit, according to an industry body.
SNP calls for billions in compensation to counteract 'devastating high price' of BrexitThe Scottish National Party has called for Scotland to be given billions in compensation for the "devastating high price" of Brexit.
Lorries delayed and refused entry at ports as Brexit effects begin to be feltA "high volume" of lorries are being delayed and refused entry at ports including Dover due to "incorrect paperwork" following Brexit, a shipping company has said.
BoE governor: Brexit job exodus 'substantially less' than predictedBetween 5,000 and 7,000 financial services jobs have been lost from the UK as a result of Brexit, according to the governor of the Bank of England.
British expats 'barred from boarding flight as ID documents not valid post-Brexit'A number of British expats hoping to return to their homes in Spain say they have been stopped from boarding their flight at Heathrow Airport.
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PM Johnson tells Macron: Brexit talks cannot stretch into autumnBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson told French President Emmanuel Macron that it does not make sense to extend talks on a post-Brexit trade deal with the European Union into autumn, a statement..
UK says EU trade deal will be difficult if no progress before OctoberBritain warned the European Union on Thursday that it would be difficult to conclude a Brexit free trade deal by the end of the year unless broad agreement had been reached by October.
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