5th November 2021
Brexit Monthly Digest – November 2021Welcome to the November edition of the ‘Brexit Monthly Digest’ newsletter. In this month’s report, we discuss the disagreement between the UK and EU over its plans with Northern Ireland, how Brexit may cause bigger problems for the UK economy than Covid-19, and an update on the growth of the UK manufacturing industry. We also share upcoming events in November from the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, that are supporting businesses post Brexit.
20th August 2021
Brexit Weekly Digest - 20 AugustThis week we report on the trade imbalance between Great Britain, Ireland and Northern Ireland, chicken producers blame Brexit for national staff and supply shortages, and the UK aims to start trade talks with India. Plus, we share the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce September events running to support businesses post-Brexit.
13th August 2021
Brexit Weekly Digest - 13 AugustThis week, leading UK mobile operators are set to reintroduce roaming charges for customers travelling in the EU, the Home Office gives 3-month temporary protection to EU citizens making late applications to the EU Settlement Scheme, and the Department for International Trade continues to provide grants for SMEs under the Internationalisation Fund.
6th August 2021
Brexit Weekly Digest - 6 AugustThis week the Border Operating Model is updated, and the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce (GMCC) reveals its new Excellence Awards, plus we share its upcoming August events running to support your business post-Brexit.
30th July 2021
Brexit Weekly Digest - 30 JulyThis week the UK and EU continue to find a solution to the Northern Ireland protocol, with a renegotiation ruled out by EU. Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce (GMCC) shares information to help businesses understand new importing regulations and declaration procedures, and GOV.UK is hosting a series of webinars for food and drink importers.
23rd July 2021
Brexit Weekly Digest - 23 JulyThis week, the UK government publish a ‘command paper’ on the Northern Ireland protocol in an attempt to rewrite the Brexit deal, former Australian government trade negotiator discusses how the Australian trade deal will cause long term issues for Welsh farmers, and the cabinet office unveil their plans to “slash Brexit red tape”.
16th July 2021
Brexit Weekly Digest - 16 JulyThis week the EU announce the estimated cost of the Brexit divorce bill, HGV drivers continue to be in short supply, and the government extend and expand the Movement Assistance Scheme to help agri-food traders.
9th July 2021
Brexit Weekly Digest - 9 JulyThis week, the Irish Taoiseach urges UK ministers to “knuckle down” and find a long-term solution to the Northern Ireland protocol. The Confederation of Business Industry (CBI) tells government to combat staff shortages by relaxing Brexit immigration rules. Plus, we share the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce June events running to support your business post-Brexit.
2nd July 2021
Brexit Weekly Digest - 2 JulyThis week the EU agreed to delay the ban on British chilled meats being sold in Northern Ireland, while the Jersey government also allows a three month extension on fishing licenses. The Northern Ireland Protocol is ruled as lawful by the Belfast High Court, meanwhile the EU rules UK data protection standards as adequate. Plus, the new Subsidy Control Bill replaces EU State Aid decisions on business bailouts and support.
25th June 2021
Brexit Weekly Digest - 25 JuneThis week, the 30 June deadline looms for EU citizens applying to stay in the UK, and for the Northern Ireland ban on British chilled meats. We look at what needs to happen before the deadline, the possibility of extensions, and where to find the latest information. Plus, the government reveal proposed changes for local voting rights for EU citizens.
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