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In a letter to The Times, over 100 musicians say post-Brexit European tours "will now need costly work permits and a mountain of paperwork" for equipment.
The UK prime minister and his government has made some questionable assertions about Brexit, particularly the EU-UK trade deal struck on Christmas Eve.
Neale Richmond, European Affairs spokesperson for a coalition party, Fine Gael, described the move as an "outrage".
For generations of British musicians, Europe has been more than just a place to play - it has been a pilgrimage. With Brexit, that decades-long link could have been finally severed.
GT Seafoods of Peterhead, which exports fresh fish to France, tells Euronews that post-Brexit bureaucracy means extra costs but argues that problems can be overcome.
Several trade bodies are warning that UK exports to the EU risk grinding to a halt, as new post-Brexit trade rules begin to bite.
Jan Wörner, Director-General of the European Space Agency, talks to Euronews about the challenges the space sector faces in 2021.
The UK has officially left the EU. What does that mean for travel into and out of the island?
Alfredo Valencia, a Spanish citizen who has worked in Gibraltar for 12 years is cautiously celebrating the preliminary post-Brexit border agreement that he hopes is "going to knock down the Gibraltar Gate".
Several UK residents in Spain complained of being barred from flying to Madrid and Barcelona amid pandemic restrictions and confusion over post-Brexit documentation.
Britons living in Spain throw a "celebration-commiseration" after the end of the Brexit transition period. Many voted to remain in the EU and express their disappointment in leaving the 27-nation partnership.
The move comes after Scotland became the first country in the world to offer women free sanitary products. Other countries have followed suit and removed taxes.
The UK's Brexit transition period for leaving the EU has ended and with it the country's membership of the decades-old Erasmus programme.
Here's what alumni of the scheme have to say about the UK leaving it.
Future of UK finance: City of London faces uncertainty under EU-UK trade deal
More ships are to run directly to Cherbourg, in France, and the Spanish city of Bilbao in the early months of 2021
The holiday period, COVID-19 restrictions and pre-New Year stockpiling helped ensure a smooth start to new border operations now the UK has left the EU's trading system.
The coronavirus pandemic look like it will dominate 2021 from the outset, but a new American President and German Chancellor could also shape the world for year's to come.
EU-based fleets catch up to eight times as many fish in UK waters as British fishermen do in EU waters, according to UK government data. Which is why Brexit made sense for so many British seaside towns.
The European Commission has stated that any decision on this would need the support of a unanimous vote in the European Parliament.