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Controversial deportation plan: British government celebrates success | Outside Views on Brexit and UK politics

Britain’s government wants to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda. The project is controversial, but now a court has ruled in favor of the government. (...)

Britain to end Russian oil | Outside Views on Brexit and UK politics

Not a single drop of Russian oil will arrive at British ports. The British government sealed this on December 5 with a ban on all oil imports from Russia. (...)

Britain after Brexit: Sick man of Europe again? | Outside Views on Brexit and UK politics

The Office for Budget Responsibility (ORB) collects and evaluates key economic data in the United Kingdom twice a year, much like the Council of Economic Experts in Germany. The (...)

After Brexit: Brits cooperate again with the EU | Outside Views on Brexit and UK politics

Brexit has severely disrupted the cooperation between the North Sea countries in the expansion of offshore wind power. But now the EU and Great Britain are cooperating again. (...)

Brexit: Solution for Gibraltar in sight | Outside Views on Brexit and UK politics

Brexit: Solution for Gibraltar in sight | Outside Views on Brexit and UK politics Following Britain’s exit from the EU, London and Brussels are now apparently close to resolving (...)

The port of Rotterdam is ready for Brexit – is it? – Brexit explained

From January 1, 2021, all freight traffic between the European Union and the United Kingdom will be subject to customs formalities. The port of Rotterdam is well prepared for (...)

Business fears failure of post-Brexit negotiations – Brexit explained

There is growing concern in the German economy that the post-Brexit negotiations between the European Union and Great Britain will fail. Without a trade agreement, the introduction of tariffs, (...)

Brexit and the EURO clearing business – Brexit explained

Despite the UK’s exit from the EU, the London Stock Exchange LSE is still ahead in the euro clearing business. The fact that the clearing of euro-denominated financial derivatives (...)

Aid to the EU: US Democrats warn Johnson of Brexit maneuvers – Brexit explained

The Brexiteers have high hopes for a trade agreement with the United States – but Boris Johnson is now facing strong headwinds from Washington of all places: Top Democrats (...)

What changed in customs and taxes on February 1st 2020? – Brexit explained

The United Kingdom left the European Union on January 31, 2020. After the divorce agreement, it is now officially a non-EU country and therefore no longer takes part in (...)

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