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Get ready for Brexit on 31 October 2019

Businesses and organisations Businesses and self-employed If you trade any goods or services with the EU you’ll need to get ready for Brexit. For example, you need to take action if you: export goods to the EU import goods from the EU transport goods by road export animals or animal products export services to the EU move goods between Ireland and...
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UK parliament suspended amid Brexit chaos. Bedtime browsing? It’s a thing, and more top news

UK parliament has been suspended until 14 October after prime minister Boris Johnson was once again denied a pre-Brexit election. Johnson told a raucous parliament, that he was committed to taking the UK out of the EU at the end of October. MPs will return for a Queen’s Speech in mid-October. Commons Speaker and MP John Bercow announced that he will stand down at the next election or on 31 October...
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£1bn cash pot for 50 high streets, Bank of mum and dad is going bust helping homebuyers, and more top news

Fifty towns in England will be given a share of £1bn to tackle the high street crisis that has left one in 10 shops in UK town centres lying empty. The Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) declared an additional £325m in funding to the £675m High Street Fund announced by then chancellor Philip Hammond last year. The money could be used by towns — including Blackpool. Scar...
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Theresa May Promises £1B Fund For Post-Brexit Britain

Northern towns are set to be given a large portion of a £1 billion post-Brexit fund, to help communities in need. The funds will be spread over the next seven years to supplement the work of council. According to the Department of Housing, Communities and Local Government, the North West will receive the biggest boost. Meanwhile, the South East, including councils like Essex, Suffolk and No...
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EU funding for Duchy safe after Brexit vote

EU funding for Duchy safe after Brexit vote, says St Austell and Newquay Member of Parliament Steve Double, MP for St Austell and Newquay has addressed fears that EU funding could be cut immediately if the UK voted to leave the European Union. EU funding programmes and farm subsidies in Cornwall will continue to be available should the UK decide to vote Brexit on 23rd June. Steve will be vo...
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How will Brexit affect you!

Last year the UK public voted to leave the EU. The government has now triggered Article 50. This means that the process of leaving the EU has started. Some laws will change in the future - but not immediately. Everything will stay the same until new laws are made. If you’re an EU citizen living in the UK, your rights to live, work or get benefits won’t change unless the government pass...
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No Mr. Soros, Brexit Will Not be a Black Friday for the British Pound

George Soros says the British pound is at risk of another 'Black Wednesday' event should the UK vote to Leave the European Union on June the 22nd. We disagree! George Soros, the man who once ‘broke the pound’ is back in the headlines with warnings that the British pound would suffer a cataclysmic decline, similar to Black Wednesday of 1992, should the UK vote to exit the EU. Soros has told The...
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