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One year on, what's next for Brexit?

  • A year after Britain's new trade pact with the EU was sealed, UK exports to the bloc have plunged. With unfinished business around fisheries, Northern Ireland and financial services, what's next for Brexit?
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson signed the Brexit trade deal just two days before it took effect on January 1.(Deutsche Welle)
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson signed the Brexit trade deal just two days before it took effect on January 1.(Deutsche Welle)
Published on Dec 30, 2021 04:14 PM IST
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Britain, Norway, seal first post-Brexit fishing deal

  • Fisheries Minister Bjornar Skjaran expressed satisfaction with the agreement, describing it as the first such accord between the two countries, having failed to reach one covering 2021.
Britain also welcomed the agreement saying it
Britain also welcomed the agreement saying it "ensures a strong balance that will benefit both our fishing industry and the protection of our marine environment".(Reuters)
Published on Dec 21, 2021 11:31 PM IST
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Johnson appoints foreign secretary to be Brexit negotiator

  • In his resignation letter, Frost expressed concern about the government’s “current direction of travel.’’
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.(Alberto Pezzali/picture alliance/AP)
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.(Alberto Pezzali/picture alliance/AP)
Published on Dec 20, 2021 12:52 AM IST
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UK could trigger EU dispute over French fish row: Boris Johnson

  • Johnson "stressed that the French threats are completely unjustified and do not appear to be compatible" with a pact governing Britain's divorce from the European Union.
France is incensed that Britain and the Channel Islands of Jersey and Guernsey have not issued some French boats licences to fish in their waters post-Brexit.(Reuters)
France is incensed that Britain and the Channel Islands of Jersey and Guernsey have not issued some French boats licences to fish in their waters post-Brexit.(Reuters)
Published on Oct 30, 2021 08:53 PM IST
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Pumps run dry at British gas stations due to shortage of truckers 

A dire post-Brexit shortage of lorry drivers revealed as the Covid-19 pandemic eases has sown chaos through British supply chains in everything from food to fuel, raising the spectre of disruptions and price rises in the run up to Christmas.
Pumps across British cities were either closed or had signs saying fuel was unavailable on Monday, In picture - A petrol station in Bracknell, England.(AP)
Pumps across British cities were either closed or had signs saying fuel was unavailable on Monday, In picture - A petrol station in Bracknell, England.(AP)
Published on Sep 27, 2021 06:47 PM IST
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