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Tech this week: Brexit bites again and Amazon’s big rewards
N Ireland: Change Brexit deal or we'll sink Belfast government — DUP
Jeffrey Donaldson, leader of Northern Ireland's largest British unionist party, is threatening to collapse the power-sharing administration unless post-Brexit trade rules are rewritten within "weeks".
UK employers face worst shortage of job candidates on record
EU warns no renegotiation possible as UK delays border checks again
Brexit harvest: 5 self-sown problems on Boris Johnson's autumn plate
Lack of lorry drivers in UK leads to empty shelves
Millionaire bankers in UK moved to EU just before Brexit, says report
British travellers rage as Vodafone brings back data roaming charges
Vodafone is the second major mobile phone operator to bring back data roaming charges for UK customers in the EU.
Brexit has hit UK's position as a gateway to Europe, say freight firms
UK replacement for Erasmus programme receives 40,000 applications
The British government has approved tens of thousands of applications for a new study abroad programme, launched after the UK left the EU’s Erasmus programme following Brexit.
UK government clarifies visa rules for British artists touring in EU
Music industry figures say there is "nothing new" in the UK government's claim that British artists can do visa-free, short-term tours in 19 EU countries.
Is there a way out of the Northern Ireland Protocol stalemate?
EU-UK talks to solve their post-Brexit trade spat over Northern Ireland have reached an impasse. With both sides digging their heels in, what are the options going forward?
EU halts legal action against UK over Northern Ireland Protocol breach
Deadlock as London rejects EU's proposals on Northern Ireland trade
Talks between London and Brussels entered another impasse on Monday after the UK refused the EU's proposals to solve post-Brexit trade disputes over Northern Ireland.
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Europe's week: Brexit returns and Orban announces anti-LGBT referendum
The Commission also released its annual report on the rule of law across the EU, with Hungary, Poland and Slovenia in starring roles.
EU rejects renegotiating post-Brexit trade rules in Northern Ireland
Brexit and COVID combine to leave supermarket shelves empty in the UK
Six months on from Brexit, has the UK really taken back control?
Boris Johnson vowed to "take back control" from the EU, but in several policy areas the UK is finding it hard to break away from Brussels.
'Devastating': Crops left to rot in England as Brexit begins to bite
Brexit -- the effects of which kicked in at the start of the year -- means hiring migrant pickers from eastern Europe is now much harder.
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'Divorce is always negative': Barnier gives Brexit overview
Michel Barnier, the EU's chief Brexit negotiator, gives his insight on the whole 1600 days of Brexit and discusses his new book on his role and experience during the discussions. He also reveals his political aspirations for the future.
Michel Barnier 'prefers not to give opinion' on UK Brexit negotiators
'I prefer to stop at that': The EU's former chief Brexit negotiator tells Euronews he greatly respected UK ex-PM Theresa May and her top delegate, but offers no comment on her successor Boris Johnson or his team.
EU, UK agree temporary truce over 'sausage war'
Brussels agreed on Wednesday to extend a grace period for the transit of chilled meat between Great Britain and Northern Ireland for three months.
Deadline for residency claims for Britons in France, Latvia and Malta
Uncertainty for many EU citizens on UK Brexit residency deadline day
N Ireland: Who's right in the EU-UK dispute over the Brexit protocol?
The Brexit treaty Boris Johnson signed with Brussels keeps Northern Ireland aligned to EU rules to keep an open Irish land border, but has brought trade friction with the rest of the UK.
EE and O2 customers will soon have to pay roaming charges in the EU
Going on holiday to Europe just got more expensive for Brits.