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£23m fund announced for fishing businesses suffering export losses

20 January 2021 by

A £23m fund has been made available to support exporters in the fishing industry that have experienced losses after the EU–UK Trade and Co-operation Agreement (TCA) signed on 30 December.

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Scottish seafood hauliers stage protest at Whitehall

18 January 2021 by

Lorry drivers representing the Scottish fishing industry and its workers have arrived at Westminster this morning to protest Boris Johnson’s Brexit trade deal.

Food industry leaders warn of Northern Ireland separation over Brexit News

Food industry leaders warn of Northern Ireland separation over Brexit

27 October 2020 by

The leaders of 40 British food and drink associations have warned prime minister Boris Johnson that[...]

How Brexit will affect the foodservice equipment market Products

How Brexit will affect the foodservice equipment market

22 October 2020 by

Nick Oryino, technical consultant at the Foodservice Equipment Association (FEA) outlines the issues facing the sector[...]

National Food Strategy says urgent action needed to feed children and protect food sovereignty News

National Food Strategy says urgent action needed to feed children and protect food sovereignty

29 July 2020 by

The first major review of the UK food system for 75 years has said urgent action[...]

Bord Bia Brexit prepared and ready for increased UK sales News

Bord Bia Brexit prepared and ready for increased UK sales

03 July 2020 by

A new report from Irish Trade Board Bord Bia shows that 91% of Irish food and[...]

Triple threat: How Brexit, bad weather and coronavirus will affect food prices In-Depth

Triple threat: How Brexit, bad weather and coronavirus will affect food prices

17 March 2020

Brexit, inclement weather and the coronavirus outbreak are all going to have an effect on the supply chain. Buying specialist Lynx Purchasing has the lowdown

Immigration policy a 'hammer blow' that will see hospitality businesses close News

Immigration policy a 'hammer blow' that will see hospitality businesses close

19 February 2020

The hospitality industry’s future is hanging on a knife edge following the announcement that the immigration policy to be introduced in January 2021 will have no provision for workers the government deems to be ‘low-skilled’.

Hospitality industry ‘shocked and saddened’ by short-sighted immigration proposals News

Hospitality industry ‘shocked and saddened’ by short-sighted immigration proposals

19 February 2020 by

Hospitality operators have said they are “shocked and saddened” by short-sighted immigration proposals that have no[...]

UKHospitality calls for new chancellor to boost the sector in forthcoming budget News

UKHospitality calls for new chancellor to boost the sector in forthcoming budget

17 February 2020 by

The UK hospitality industry has called on the new chancellor of the exchequer Rishi Sunak to[...]

End of frictionless trade with EU on 1 January 2021 could bring 'significant disruption' News

End of frictionless trade with EU on 1 January 2021 could bring 'significant disruption'

11 February 2020 by

“Significant disruption”, particularly in the supply of fresh fruit and vegetables, will be seen if infrastructure[...]

Fred Sirieix launches new hospitality careers campaign to combat staff shortages News

Fred Sirieix launches new hospitality careers campaign to combat staff shortages

11 February 2020 by

Front of house figurehead Fred Sirieix has launched a new campaign to raise the profile of[...]

Two-Michelin-starred French chef Claude Bosi left wondering if it’s 'time to move on' after being denied permanent residence News

Two-Michelin-starred French chef Claude Bosi left wondering if it’s 'time to move on' after being denied permanent residence

24 January 2020

Two Michelin-starred French chef Claude Bosi has said he was left wondering if it’s “time to move on” after being denied settled status in the UK after 23 years in the country.

JD Wetherspoon to celebrate Brexit by slashing prices on European drinks News

JD Wetherspoon to celebrate Brexit by slashing prices on European drinks

20 January 2020

Pub giant JD Wetherspoon is to celebrate Brexit by reducing the price of 10 European drinks from Friday 31 January, the day the UK will formally leave the European Union (EU).

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