Brussels news correspondents reported on a small victory in the ongoing Brexit negotiations. The UK has given in and agreed to remain tied to European human rights rules in order to get a trade and… Read More »Brexit: Agreement reached on human rights. What’s next?
Over the last week, Brexit deal negotiations had to be held virtually as the Belgian team, including the chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, were forced to self-isolate for a week, in accordance with the Belgian Covid… Read More »Brexit: In-person talks to resume on Friday, but will that change anything?
As the Brexit deal negotiations are expected to be wrapped up at the end of this week, the stakeholders are rolling up their sleeves in an attempt to make the transition after the new year… Read More »Post-Brexit checks simulation results in five-mile lorry queues at Eurotunnel
A member of the Brussels negotiation team led by Michel Barnier has tested positive for Covid 19 causing the in-person talks to be suspended. As a result, the chief negotiator has to now self-isolate for… Read More »Covid halting the negotiations while neither UK nor EU appears ready for January 1st
Before the 2016 Brexit referendum, Lord Frost, now the UK’s Brexit negotiator, wrote about the likely event of the UK being the one to have “to make concessions to get the deal.” He referred to… Read More »We are still far away from a trade deal – UK not ready to shake on the EU’s demands
Being just days away from the deadline for the Brexit deal negotiations to end, set by the EU for mid-November, tensions amongst the stakeholders are rising. The Irish foreign minister warned that the deal needs… Read More »A Brexit deal needs to be agreed by next week
The Brexit transition period ends in less than 50 days and the probability of UK firms facing major disruption at the end of it is growing. The Department of International Trade (DIT) worked hard earlier… Read More »Roll over EU trade agreements – a “shambolic state of affairs”
As predicted back in the summer, many countries around the world are facing their second wave of Covid 19. As a result, several European countries, just like the UK, are going back into lockdowns, putting… Read More »Brexit: Pessimistic outlooks, serious divergencies and a court case for Boris Johnson
As the US elections take the forefront in all the media, there are speculations as to what result would be more beneficial for the UK and its post-Brexit future. Many believe the victory of Joe… Read More »The UK government believes our post-Brexit position is secure
As gruelling and infuriating as it has been, the long Brexit deal negotiations period between the UK and the EU have given us time to prepare ourselves, as best as we can be, for the… Read More »We are Brexit ready – the UKCS £14k office expansion