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Recent articles by Lisa:

Brexit added nearly £6bn to UK food bills in two years, research finds

Cost of food imported from EU rose because of extra red tape, with poorest most affected → Read More

Meta seeks government protection from Rees-Mogg’s EU law bonfire

Facebook owner seeks assurance that vital directive will not be purged by former business secretary’s bill → Read More

British man to be deported from Denmark under post-Brexit rules

Will Hill says he was not told of 31 December 2021 deadline for residency application and his wedding plans are now in doubt → Read More

Steve Baker wants to renegotiate Brexit agreement over Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland minister’s proposal comes after PM denied plans for Swiss-style relationship with EU → Read More

No 10 seeks to quell hardline Brexiters’ fears over reports of Swiss-style EU deal

Minister rubbishes reports of ‘Chequers’-style plan, as businesses expected to call for more ‘practical’ immigration rules → Read More

UK opposition parties to table amendments to delay deletion of 4,000 EU laws

Legal experts say bill, which threatens key workers’ rights, is reckless and badly designed → Read More

Cheesemaker sells firm to overcome Brexit barriers after losing £600,000 in sales

Cheshire Cheese Company bought by Joseph Heler Cheese, which has maintained EU presence → Read More

Denmark: British man being deported over late post-Brexit paperwork

Phil Russell says he was four days overdue sending an application to stay he did not know he needed → Read More

‘Incredibly hard’: parents separated from baby by Brexit delays

Academics with settled status had to leave four-month-old with family in India due to Home Office wait → Read More

Sunak hopes to ‘deepen UK-Irish ties’ after Micheál Martin meeting

Leaders meet before British-Irish Council summit, in first attendance by a UK PM since Gordon Brown → Read More

Northern Ireland elections may be delayed until April to facilitate Brexit talks

Northern Ireland secretary says he will extend period for executive formation for up to 12 weeks → Read More

Minister and unions clash over EU protections for holidays and pay

Nusrat Ghani accuses Unison representative of fearmongering after MPs hear laws could ‘disappear overnight’ → Read More

UK government finds extra 1,400 laws to scrap under Rees-Mogg’s Brexit bill

Discovery follows admission that previous list of 2,400 pieces of EU legislation was ‘not comprehensive’ → Read More

No Northern Ireland elections before new year, says minister

Poll date deferred amid claims EU and UK near agreement on some controversial Brexit arrangements → Read More

Labour in bid to avert Northern Ireland power cuts as result of Brexit legislation

Exclusive: Peter Hain to table amendment in House of Lords to protect single energy market → Read More

Northern Ireland election delay leads to claims region is UK-EU political football

Two main parties say Chris Heaton-Harris has failed to provide clarity with refusal to set election date → Read More

Home Office is putting 2.6m EU citizens at risk of removal, court hears

Implementation of Brexit withdrawal agreement threatens rights of those with ‘pre-settled status’, watchdog argues → Read More

Northern Ireland power-sharing system not fit for purpose, says Irish PM

Micheál Martin says electoral system ‘should not be one that constantly reinforces polarisation’ → Read More

Sunak may deprioritise Rees-Mogg Brexit bill to switch off 2,400 EU laws

Prime minister is told hundreds of staff needed to review legislation → Read More

Troubles ‘legacy’ bill risks breaching human rights law, UK warned

Effective amnesty for those accused of killing or maiming people may not comply with ECHR, says committee → Read More