Brexit means thin pickings for UK food and drink suppliers

Import costs have risen and a fall in consumer spending has made customers extra cost-conscious

Unspun: The political diary

THE row over Facebook and data gathering reminds Unspun of the SNP’s National Survey. Launched by Nicola Sturgeon in 2016, it asked 2m people their attitudes to independence, Brexit, Scottishness, plus a bunch of personal details. “That data is going to be incredibly valuable to driving their campaign,” gushed one expert at the time. Who? Only Alexander Nix, the now suspended chief executive of Cambridge Analytica.

Tom Gordon: SNP stands to benefit long-term from Brexit Bill fallout

HANDS Off Our Parliament, said the banners outside Holyrood yesterday, as demonstrators formed a human chain around the building.

Brexit Border ‘backstop’: Tusk challenges# UK to come up with solutions

The president of the European Council, Donald Tusk, has put down a clear challenge to the UK to come up with solutions to the Irish Border “backstop” issue within months. He urged an acceleration of the talks process and told journalists at the end of ...

Brexit & Beyond:May’s Most Successful #European Summit, Hostage Gunman Killed in #France, Ireland’s Brexit Quandary

Brexit & Beyond: Europe in Flux is The Wall Street Journal’s round-up of news and analysis of how Brexit will affect global business, economies and finance. You can sign up here. By Stephen Fidler With barely a year left of British membership in the ...

Letters: If EU Brexit negotiators go slow, we must make them wait for our #Money

SIR – The EU’s Brexit negotiators seem to be dragging out the process. They are still not prepared to discuss trade terms after the transition period. However, we are told that both sides have signed up to the principle that nothing is agreed until ...

EU opens decisive new phase of Brexit talks

European leaders opened a decisive new phase of Brexit talks on Friday, endorsing the start of negotiations on future relations and a transition that would extend the UK’s de facto membership of the EU until the end of 2020. At a summit in Brussels ...
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