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Liz Truss' journey from 'Remainer' to 'Brexiteer' in her own words
Truss, who on Monday was chosen as the UK's new prime minister, voted to stay in the EU in 2016 but has since undergone a remarkable transformation into an ardent backer of Brexit.
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'The jury's out': Truss slammed over 'Macron, friend or foe?' reply
Britain's chief diplomat and favourite to become prime minister told a Conservative campaign event she will judge the French president "on deeds, not words".
From oil to art - former rig set to become major UK art installation
The “See Monster” will feature a 12-metre waterfall and a 6,000-piece art installation.
Is Brexit to blame for the UK’s poor quality bathing water?
New data analysis has shown that sewage discharged into the environment isn't being properly monitored and some say Brexit is to blame.
'Europe not cause of UK's problems', says UK's Liz Truss in old audio
In a leaked recording from some years ago. the pro-Brexit favourite to become prime minister said British workers, not migrants, were to blame for the UK's ills.
EU migration to UK plummets post-Brexit as labour shortages bite
Just 43,000 people from EU member states received visas — accounting for just five per cent of all visas granted that year.
Why Brexit made top UK wine seller relocate to France
For 30 years, Daniel Lambert ran a thriving wine business from the UK — but on New Year's Day in 2021 everything changed.
Britons' lives in Portugal 'paralysed' by post-Brexit ID cards failure
Thousands of UK citizens living in Portugal are unable to access healthcare, take up new jobs, or travel because the authorities have yet to issue post-Brexit residency cards.
Spain rules: Warning for Brits on new border requirements
The Spanish tourist office has hit back at criticism, explaining that tourists don’t need to worry.
St Pancras’ space problem: What’s going wrong with the Eurostar?
The high-speed train is the most sustainable way of getting between the UK and European mainland, but has been beset by queues and delays in recent weeks.
Brexit's new migration borders 'fracture ties' of mixed UK-EU families
A study finds Brexit has created 'new borders' within families where one partner is British, the other European, due to differences in citizenship and migration status — causing much anxiety over future mobility.
Border dispute erupts between UK and France over Dover travel chaos
Queues of cars and lorries at the port of Dover in the UK over the weekend have led to a dispute between British and French officials over who is to blame.
Post-Brexit Brits now need to do a 4-day course to live in France
These training days, delivered in French, now await any Brit like myself who has migrated to France since the UK fully left the EU.
Would a 'touring tsar' help UK bands get EU gigs after Brexit?
A new report has stressed the damage that Brexit has done to UK musicians' ability to tour their acts in the EU.
Northern Ireland Protocol: EU launches new legal action against the UK
The UK now has two months to reply to the letters from Brussels demanding "swift remedial actions to restore compliance with the terms of the Protocol".
UK blames France as travellers face hours-long port delays
Brexit has left UK travellers facing strict border checks when travelling into the EU.
Visitors to the UK may soon need to apply for ‘permission to travel’
New high tech border controls could also make use of facial recognition technology.
Analysis: EU-UK relations 'not likely to improve' despite Tory contest
Rishi Sunak is viewed as the best hope for a negotiated solution to the Northern Ireland Protocol, EU sources said of the UK's Conservative Party race.
Why does no one want to work at hotels in Europe anymore?
Hotels are open again but there’s no one to run them. What’s the solution to bring hotel staff back?
This is how much you have to invest to get a 'golden visa' in the EU
Some nations have started to question whether offering residency by investment could be a safety risk.
Brexit damage: Is EU exit now hitting UK's economy harder than COVID?
For the first time, economists are disentangling the harm done by Brexit under the terms Boris Johnson negotiated with the EU, from that wrought by the pandemic.
Government bid to ditch parts of Brexit deal passes first hurdle
British MPs passed a bill paving the way for post-Brexit trade rules to be scrapped, despite criticism that it breaks international law and may provoke a trade war with the EU.
Brexit will make UK workers poorer over next decade, report says
An academic report "The Big Brexit" says some negative impacts on trade cannot be explained by the pandemic and is down to the UK's departure from the EU.
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EU 'not seeking political victory' in Northern Ireland Brexit dispute
Brussels says a prosperous relationship with the UK and opportunities for Northern Ireland are its goals.
EU refuses to rule out suspending Brexit trade deal
Maroš Šefčovič told Euronews the latest bill from London is "illegal", "not a serious offer" and threatens the EU's single market.