Latest Brexit News

Nostalgia hasn’t always been a tool for manipulating our emotions – it was once a medical condition
Alarming decline in children’s health and wellbeing predated pandemic, research reveals
Deepfakes are still new, but 2024 could be the year they have an impact on elections
Tacita Dean opens at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia
University of Manchester hosts largest European graphene event
Patrick Cramer takes up office as Max Planck President
Aviation Consumer Protection Regulation Should Address Shared Responsibilities
Australian politics drive Anglosphere values
UK Parliament approves trade agreement with Australia
Two University start-ups included in leading European list of young tech spinout companies
Worker strikes in United Kingdom: Will Australians do same?
London competition offering at Ashurst expands with new partner hire
Trade deals with India and UK have passed Parliament
What happens to economy if you can’t pay your home loan?
Mixed results in key markets for Australian wine exports
Sinn Féin Leader to travel to Australia for intensive series of engagements
UK market opportunities for Australia
New book upends thinking on why people have ‘bad beliefs’
Powerledger: world’s first ‘new energy’ trading platform
Signatures on FTA herald new sugar opportunity
Boom times beckon for Bulla Dairy Foods
Treaties Committee reviews proposed EU tariff rate quotas
New Zealand secures historic free trade deal with United Kingdom
Australian wine exports reflect challenging year
Wine Australia welcomes new CEO
Insight – Simplifying wine exports to UK
Global demand is steady for Australian wine
Stockholm trio sets up in Brussels
Govt books in good position to respond to coronavirus
Training boost as global thirst for SA wine continues to grow
Another billion-dollar year for investment in Australian startups in 2019
Slower but Steady Growth in 2019
2019 Worst Year for Air Freight Demand Since 2009
Low unemployment shows economy in good shape
Belgium: keep up reforms to increase employment and productivity growth
New Zealand to build on its strong relationship with UK after Brexit
UK insights and big savings on offer at grains event
Opportunities in Brexit trade deal limbo
Australian agriculture faces ‘multi-year rebuild’ ahead – new industry report
Global Economy and New Zealand
Govt’s strong financial management acknowledged
Risky Business of Negative Talk
What’s keeping New Zealand business leaders awake at night?
GDP growth reflects a strong economy
Super funds heading for a bumper result for 2019
After Challenging Year, Improvement Expected for 2020
Strong economy, careful spending gives $12bn of surpluses
Composite Leading Indicators (CLI), OECD, December 2019