Frazer Thompson, chief executive of Chapel Down, says continued access to European labour after Brexit is crucial.
The business lobby group expects Britain's gross domestic product to expand 1.5% in both 2017 and 2018 before weakening slightly to 1.3% in 2019.
The UK could pay £58bn in its Brexit divorce deal with reports saying that Britain has bowed to EU demands.
Ireland's position is that the UK should stay in the customs union, but this is plainly not going to happen.
Poland's state-run news agency PAP says Polish authorities banned Richard Spencer from entering 26 countries in Europe's visa-free Schengen area for five years.
Theresa May met with her cabinet ministers to discuss the settlement which has caused a logjam in negotiations.
More than 150,000 Twitter accounts located in Russia posted up to 45,000 messages about Brexit in the days around the 2016 EU referendum vote, new research suggests.
One MP has warned that HMRC needs more than £7m to help prevent lengthy queues at Britain's borders.
The UK has three realistic options: join the European Free Trade Association; postpone Brexit to 31 December 2020; or walk away from talks now.
Almost half of NHS doctors from the EU and EEA are considering relocating. Brexit has made the NHS less attractive to foreign staff, the BMA claim.
Spain on Monday warned its European Union partners about a disinformation campaign aimed at destabilising its volatile northeast region of Catalonia.
Move is designed to ramp up pressure on President Nicolas Maduro over corruption and abuse of power allegations.
Scientists from the European Union accidentally caught the frilled shark - Chlamydoselachus anguineus – often referred to as a "living fossil".
Catalonia's president said he won't call a regional election that would have eased tensions with Madrid, opening the possibility that parliament could declare independence tonight.
In a letter to Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, Damian Collins said the information is being sought for an investigation into "the role of foreign actors abusing platforms."
Talks have reached a deadlock between Britain and the European Union with trade discussions yet to commence .
Spanish government rejects Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont's threat to declare independence unless talks are held.
The Brexit secretary was speaking to the German press about the slow nature of the current negotiations.
The Philippines president Duterte also said he is declaring a "revolutionary government" and would be happy to cut all ties with the EU.
The EU is reluctant to discuss trade until citizens rights, the Irish border and the divorce bill are settled.