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A policeman checks passports and vehicles at the entrance of the Channel tunnel in Calais, northern France

Check your passport before booking holiday to stop post-Brexit rule from ruining trip, Brits warned

1 month ago

Civil service nearly 100k bigger since Brexit but 'no clear vision' of policy, report warns

Civil service nearly 100k bigger since Brexit but 'no clear vision' of policy, report warns

2 months ago

The exemptions mean that the ESS system won't apply to non-EU nationals who have a residence card.

New travel rules in 25 EU countries such as Greece and Spain - but some British holidaymakers will be exempt

2 months ago

Britain has performed worse economically compared to the EU and US since the 2016 referendum, according to Goldman Sachs

Brexit Britain has 'significantly underperformed' compared to EU and US since 2016 referendum

3 months ago

Sadiq Khan has called on the government not to ‘wash its hands’ of issues around post-Brexit red tape

Sadiq Khan calls on ministers to prevent post-Brexit border checks set to cause Eurostar travel chaos

3 months ago

David Davis has rated the success of Brexit an eight out of ten.

David Davis marks Brexit 8/10 four years on - as Northern Ireland deadlock on the brink of breaking

3 months ago

Checks on foods arriving at Dover will be carried out at a facility in Sevington, Kent, 22 miles away from the port (main image)

'Less choice and higher prices': New Brexit checks on food imports begin but minister says ‘businesses will move on’

3 months ago

Port of Dover

Fears of swine fever entering the UK via illegal meat amid port funding cuts, as Brexit import checks come into force

3 months ago


New Brexit border regime in force amid warnings of serious biosecurity risks’

3 months ago

The Sevington Inland Border Facility in Ashford, Kent

New Brexit border regime could pose ‘serious biosecurity risks’

3 months ago

Northern Ireland Secretary Chris Heaton-Harris

Donaldson hails UK-EU agreement on changes to post-Brexit NI trade rules

3 months ago

As well as the Brexit bash, Boris Johnson was pictured at leaving drinks during the pandemic

Boris Johnson's booze bill for Brexit bash at No10 revealed after two-year legal battle

3 months ago

The Constitutional Court's decision is final

French court blocks plan to allow British expats to stay in France for longer than 90 days without visa

3 months ago

London Mayor Sadiq Khan during his speech to the Fabian Society conference in central London. Picture date: Saturday January 20, 2024.

Sadiq Khan calls for ‘youth mobility agreement’ around EU countries and suggests UK should rejoin customs union

4 months ago

New rules for British second homeowners in France are coming in

Brits with second homes in France can stay for six months without a visa, after post-Brexit limits overturned

5 months ago

Rishi Sunak does not believe Brexit is "in peril"

Rishi Sunak does not believe Brexit is 'in peril' despite calls from EU chief Ursula von der Leyen for it to be reversed

5 months ago

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Michael Gove has insisted soaring migration does not represent a betrayal of Brexit

Soaring migration 'not a betrayal of Brexit', Michael Gove tells LBC, as he insists Govt will drive down numbers

The Spanish government could lobby to see the limit extended.

Spain to 'try and convince EU’ to axe 90-day visit limit for British holidaymakers after post-Brexit rule

French visa rules for second homeowners could be changed

France looks to relax 90-day stay limit for Brits with holiday homes, who have been 'punished by Brexit'

Medicine shortages in the NHS are 'as bad as they've ever been' as a new report blames Brexit for the supply issues.

NHS drug shortages 'as bad as they've ever been' as experts blame Brexit red tape

City executives complained that the cap stopped the recruitment and retainment of quality workers, resulting in London losing out on talented staff.

UK to abolish cap on bankers' bonuses next week

A Belgian court has accused a collections agent, who works with TfL of "abusing its legal powers."

Belgium condemns Sadiq Khan's ULEZ as over 20,000 EU drivers ‘unlawfully’ fined in alleged criminal data breach by TfL

Rishi Sunak speaks exclusively to LBC

Rishi Sunak blames EU law for stopping 100,000 new homes being built in UK

Guy Verhofstadt speaks to LBC

Brexit 'red tape' causing 'huge problems' for both UK and EU, top MEP Guy Verhofstadt tells LBC

Sir Keir Starmer said there is no case for going back into EU

Sir Keir Starmer says he is right to seek changes to Brexit deal but there's 'no case for rejoining the EU'

France-German plan to tier EU countries as Keir Starmer meets Emmanuel Macron

French-German plan to create EU 'inner circle' with space for the UK as Keir Starmer meets Macron in Paris

Keir Starmer has pledged to rewrite the UK's Brexit deal

'It'll be the worst of both worlds': Keir Starmer accused of 'Brexit betrayal' after pledging to rewrite deal

The Labour leader criticised Boris Johnson's Brexit deal and has pledged to create a "much better" one.

'We have to make it work': Keir Starmer pledges major rewrite of Brexit deal

Theresa May said Mr Rees Mogg ‘took a sledgehammer’ to the constitution

Jacob Rees-Mogg 'suggested Theresa May bring Queen into Brexit negotiations'

Lord Rose said rejoining the EU would be a 'common sense' move

'Common sense' move for Britain to rejoin EU within 20 years, Asda Chairman Lord Stuart Rose tells LBC

Kemi and Liz Truss

'Kemi Badenoch has adopted Truss' strategy', says James O'Brien as UK negotiates India trade deal

James O'Brien analyses 'the ultimate irony of Brexit' amid calls for a second referendum

James O'Brien analyses 'the ultimate irony of Brexit' amid calls for a second referendum