Coronavirus, Brexit and climate change threaten food security for millions in the UK

Derrick Santistevan

A Minister for Food Security is urgently required to handle the danger postured by COVID-19, Brexit and climate change, according to a cross-party group of MPs. Countless people have actually struggled to gain access to food as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, with the variety of food bank users doubling throughout lockdown. The Environment, […]

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Brexit: UK must ‘face possibility’ of no deal on future relationship with EU by end of transition

Derrick Santistevan

The UK must “face the possibility” that it will not concur a deal on its future relationship with the EU by the end of the year. Chief arbitrator David Frost stated that with less than 6 months to go till the end of the transition duration, the UK must “continue preparing for all possible scenarios” […]

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EU warns UK to abide by Brexit political declaration

Sallie Anderson

The EU and the UK both stated on Friday (5 June) there was no substantial development in the talks on the future relationship – ahead of a conference in between UK prime minister Boris Johnson and EU Commission president Ursula von der Leyen anticipated in late June. EU primary mediator Michel Barnier implicated the UK […]

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Brexit: There could be ‘extra customs procedure’ on imports into Northern Ireland, govt admits

Derrick Santistevan

The federal government has actually confessed for the first time there could be an “additional process” for some items sent out to Northern Ireland from the remainder of the UK. The statement follows Boris Johnson informed Sky News in December “there won’t be checks” developed as a result of his tweaked Brexit offer. Under the […]

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Brexit: EU launches legal action against UK over freedom of movement

Derrick Santistevan

Brussels has actually introduced legal action against the UK for declared “failure to comply” with EU freedom of movement guidelines. It sent out the federal government an official notification – the first phase of violation procedures – offering 4 months to “address the shortcomings”. Regardless of Brexit occurring at the end of January, the UK […]

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