Outgoing president of the Confederation of British Industry Paul Drechsler said the problems around Brexit were so great that solutions could not be delayed until October.

Negotiations around the UK’s exit from the EU are entering a period of “high-wire political theatre,” the outgoing president of the Confederation of B(...)

 Jacob Rees-Mogg: The European Parliament is not, he claims, “a serious parliament” or a proper democratic forum because it doesn’t represent a single people. Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA

Theresa May has spent much of this week struggling to reconcile the two ends of her party over Brexit, shuttling between former attorney general Domin(...)

Angela McGowan said the movement of people, trade and services back and forward across the Border is part of everyday business life in the North.

Firms in the North need any future UK Brexit deal to incorporate “a significant amount of convergence with EU rules” if they are going to continue to (...)

British foreign secretary Boris Johnson arriving at 10 Downing Street. Photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire.

One of the architects of the Belfast Agreement has tabled an Amendment to the Brexit Bill to force the British government to guarantee in law a fricti(...)

Boris Johnson delivering his Brexit speech in London on Wednesday.  He said Britain must “take back control” of its regulatory framework. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Anti-Brexit politicians from all parties, business groups and union leaders have dismissed an attempt by Boris Johnson to reassure former Remain voter(...)

Students take a selfie against a mural including Emmeline Pankhurst (top left) in Manchester to mark the 100th anniversary of the Representation of People Act which allowed women to vote in the UK. Photograph: Anthony Devlin/Getty Images

Theresa May will on Wednesday chair the first of two meetings of her Brexit war cabinet this week amid rising tension between pro-Europeans and hard B(...)

British prime minister Theresa May: it is not that she has ever had much interest or enthusiasm for the market-liberal side of Conservatism. Photograph: Eddie Mulholland/AFP/Getty Images

Capitalism’s worst doings bring it into disrepute but so, in a roundabout way, do its best. An attractive feature of the latest boom was corporate soc(...)

The Confederation of British Industry   is expected to call for the future EU-UK relationship to be firmly based on established existing shared rules which already support millions of jobs and communities across Europe

The UK’s Brexit policy continues to be shaped by domestic political concerns, not economic considerations, and “we all stand to lose out as a result”,(...)

There has been a warm welcome to the agreement on the border by business groups in Ireland and the UK

Business leaders across Ireland and the UK have welcomed news of a Brexit breakthrough on the border, but warned that urgent progress must now be made(...)

British prime minister Theresa May has pledged government support to developing the regions, which will benefit Irish construction companies.

With more than €1.2 billion of goods and services traded between Ireland and the UK every week, there is a justifiable fear of trade exposures within (...)

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