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Farmers nervous because Brexit plans 'lack detail'

The government has been criticised for providing “a notable lack of detail” when it comes to its plans to support farmers post-Brexit. MPs on the environment, food and rural affairs committee have called for “more clarity on funding, delivery and timing” in its report entitled The Future Of Food, …

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EU firms advised not to use British parts ahead of Brexit

European governments are advising businesses not to use British parts in goods for export ahead of Brexit, Sky News has established.  In its advice rolled out to all Dutch businesses, the Dutch government has told its exporters that “if a large part of your product consists of parts from …

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Villa suspends CEO as club races to meet HMRC tax bill

Aston Villa Football Club has suspended its chief executive just days after losing the match badged as the most lucrative in world football, as it faces the potential threat of a winding-up order over a multimillion pound tax bill. Sky News has learnt that Villa, which last month lost …

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H&M makes womenswear sizes bigger after complaints

Clothing retailer H&M is making its UK sizes bigger following years of complaints from customers. Its womenswear measurements will now be in line with standard UK sizing following widespread criticism that their clothes are smaller than other high street chains. The Swedish retail giant said the previous measurements and …

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