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One step at a time: UK-EU talks resume to unlock post-Brexit stalemate
EU officials hope the British foreign secretary now leading UK negotiations can help unblock deadlocked talks as they resume on Thursday.
UK and India launch talks in New Delhi on post-Brexit trade deal
The British trade minister's visit to launch the negotiations is a sign the UK intends to focus its post-Brexit trade policies in the Indo-Pacific region.
A year since Brexit: London's financial crown shaken but still intact
The City of London remains Europe's top financial sector despite losing key business and bankers to rival EU hubs.
20 years on, has the euro cash currency been a success?
It was 20 years ago that euro coins and notes first appeared across the continent. Two decades on, what has the single currency meant for our economies and businesses?
A 'triumph' for visibility: Joelle Taylor wins TS Eliot poetry prize
The prestigious award was given to Taylor for her collection “C+nto & Othered Poems,” on her experiences as a butch lesbian.
Thousands of .eu domains in the UK taken offline because of Brexit
The final step in the process to remove the .eu domain from Britain took place on Monday because of Brexit.
Could a ‘Golden Visa’ offer you a ticket to a new life in Europe?
These residency schemes are increasingly popular for people looking to move to EU countries.
English Channel migrant crossings treble to a record 28,000
At least 28,395 migrants reached the English coast in small boats in 2021, compared to 8,400 the previous year.
Ten stories to understand Brexit since the UK left the EU
It's nearly two years since the UK formally left the 27-member bloc, and one year since it began operating largely free of Brussels' rules.
A year since Brexit: Will new UK import controls complicate trade?
A year since Brexit rules came into force, EU exporters face more border bureaucracy when delayed UK import controls take effect in 2022.
Four key problems the EU faced in 2021
Most, if not all, will still be on the agenda in 2022.
UK and French authorities say Britons can drive via France to EU homes
After a day of confusion, French and UK authorities said on Thursday night that British residents of other EU countries returning home from UK Christmas holidays can transit France by car.
A year since Brexit: How bad are the UK's labour shortages now?
"Not being able to recruit from the whole of Europe when we've been used to doing that for many years previously is really at the root of where the challenge exists," a London hotel manager told Euronews.
English winemakers get creative to beat 'nightmare' labour shortages
Many set up schemes where wine enthusiasts could come and pick grapes voluntarily, often scheduling it around work or dropping the children off at school.
Here are some of the issues Brussels will have on its plate in 2022
New year, same old problems?
A year since Brexit: How welcome do Poles living in the UK feel now?
Many Polish people have opted to stay in Britain, although some have had trouble establishing residency — while others have returned home to Poland.
A year since Brexit: How has it affected European exporters to the UK?
You will probably hear a lot about how Brexit has affected UK producers. But what about European exporters to Britain? Have they had to find new markets?