UK still ships huge amounts of plastic waste to places like Vietnam, Malaysia and Pakistan.
Brexit has seen a sudden shift in euro-denominated trading across the English Channel.
The question now is, how to turn a crisis into an opportunity.
The Modi government is more sceptical about free trade deals than previous Indian administrations, as evidenced by its decision not to join the RCEP trading bloc.
An ill-advised threat from Brussels has heightened tensions over border checks.
The Japanese car maker is not the whole industry – and there's also much disquiet about government's ambitious plans for electric vehicles.
Oatly and Flora are fronting a petition to stop the EU getting even tougher on their packaging.
Queues at borders, suspended deliveries, empty shelves: the EU-UK Trade Cooperatiion Agreement is not quite what it seemed in the brochure.
British shoppers won't have seen any difference to the value of their pounds yet, but everything from baked beans to bargain holidays could be affected down the line.
Talks have stalled again and again but a mini deal could be imminent.
Scotland's renewed push for independence is not only similar to Québec's — there are also lessons for Scottish politicians in Canadian law on the concept of separation.
No one ever 'triggered' a treaty article before Brexit and Article 50.
The negotiating teams have achieved something monumental but this is nevertheless really only the beginning of the future relationship.
After a year of negotiations and multiple missed deadlines, the two sides have landed on a trade deal.
The ratification process on a trade deal usually takes months or even years, so can it be done for Brexit in a matter of days?
With the UK government creating hostilities with the EU, its hopes of switching to other food sources would take years to settle.
Restrictions around the world are preventing optimism about 2021 travel plans
Although 52% of the UK’s food needs are currently met by domestic production, the remainder is heavily dependent on imports from the EU.
More than ever, the language used by Elizabeth II could be a source of reassurance for families seeking stability.
For the UK to exit the EU on genuine Australian, no-deal or WTO terms, the British government would need to reject the WA/NIP. This now appears unlikely.