Posts Tagged ‘brexit news’

Brexit: Liam Fox yet to seal no-deal trade agreements


The UK has yet to finalise agreements to replace existing free trade deals the EU has with 40 big economies if there is a no-deal Brexit. International Trade Secretary Liam Fox said he "hoped" they wo...

Brussels watches Brexit drama – with popcorn


As British lawmakers battle over the Brexit deal, in Brussels EU negotiators are left watching and waiting. They're torn between Brexit boredom and a nagging concern that it's wasting time they could ...

Germans Send Love Letter on Brexit: Britain, Please Don’t Go


Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union has provoked months of bitter division, but on Friday there was a break in the routine: an outbreak of affection and good will. In a tenderly written missi...

#Facebook accused of ‘pumping out fake #News’ after running ads #Claiming endangered animals are threatened by Brexit


Facebook has been accused of "pumping out fake news" after running political adverts claiming endangered animals were being threatened - by Brexit. The social media giant has been paid hundreds of tho...

Remainers raise £30k in a day for billboards condemning Brexit



REMAINERS have raised more than £30,000 in one day to erect billboards aiming to highlight the "hypocrisy" of Brexit across the country.

Theresa May appeasing hard-Brexit Tories, ministers warn

Key supporters of soft Brexit excluded from talks as PM seeks support for deal

Soft-Brexit cabinet ministers fear that Theresa May is determined to appease hardline leavers rather than reach out across the House of Commons, after key figures were excluded from discussions with other ministers.

May spoke to senior figures including the home secretary, Sajid Javid, the foreign secretary, Jeremy Hunt, the attorney general, Geoffrey Cox, the leader of the Commons, Andrea Leadsom, the environment secretary, Michael Gove, and the international development secretary, Penny Mordaunt.

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‘Well-oiled machine’: how Brexit disruption could hit medicine supplies

Pharmacists say minor delays at ports could have knock-on effects in lean supply chain

Few of the recipients of the millions of prescriptions dispensed every day across Britain are likely to give much thought to the system that ensures that everything from painkillers to niche medicines are available. Beyond the pharmacist’s counter, however, lies a network spanning national borders andcontinents and involving multiple supply chains.

“It all works so smoothly because of the incentives and obligations that are in place,” said one industry insider. “What will be really interesting to see is what happens when it comes under pressure.”

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