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Charities and employers struggling due to post-Brexit funding delays

Some voluntary groups have closed and farmers report problems after slow disbursal of UK funds to replace EU money

UK traders on Brexit: ‘It’s increased paperwork, stress, everything’

Hundreds of voluntary organisations have been forced to shut up shop or scale back their operations because of government delays in replacing EU funding, the Guardian has learned, as the consequences of Brexit continue to ripple out across the UK.

Three years after Boris Johnson was swept to power promising to “get Brexit done”, a Guardian reporting project finds employers, farmers and charities are still wrestling with the reality of life outside the EU.

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