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No-deal Brexit: Britons in EU could lose access to UK bank accounts

No-deal Brexit: Britons in EU could lose access to UK bank accounts
Warning comes in government ‘technical notices’ telling businesses and public how to prepare in event of no deal.Consumers would face slower and more costly credit card payments when they buy EU products, and British citizens living abroad could lose access to...

Government pays Deloitte £2.6m for post-Brexit training

Government pays Deloitte £2.6m for post-Brexit training
The government is paying Deloitte £2.6m to train its staff in post-Brexit international commercial disputes The Trade Remedies Investigations Technical Training programme will be taught to staff of the new UK Trade Remedies Authority, which aims to be ...

EU banking regulator calls City's Brexit plans 'inadequate'

EU banking regulator calls City's Brexit plans 'inadequate'
EBA says banks cannot yet rely on transition period agreed in principle with Brussels.Europe’s top banking regulator has warned the financial industry its preparations for Brexit are “inadequate” and urgently need pushing forward as Britain moves ...

Brexit talks latest: EU to target UK tax haven territories as trade negotiations begin

Brexit talks latest: EU to target UK tax haven territories as trade negotiations begin
By Joe Watts, Andrew GriceExclusive: European Commission official vows to 'go after' British territoriesDemands to open up Britain’s shady network of overseas tax havens are set to be used by the EU as leverage to force concessions during Brexit trade ...

UK companies will face huge new VAT burden after Brexit

UK companies will face huge new VAT burden after Brexit
By Toby Helm and Phillip InmanControversial changes in bill would force importers to pay duty upfront on EU goodsMore than 130,000 UK firms will be forced to pay VAT upfront for the first time on all goods imported from the European Union after Brexit, ...

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