Here is the latest Brexit Update from ALL

Learning a language is a resolution for one in five Brits: As Brexit approaches, it seems that Brits are determined to learn at least some key phrases in other languages.

More than 2300 EU academics resign amid warning over UK university Brexodus: New figures show a 19% increase in departures of EU staff from universities last year, with the University of Oxford seeing the highest number of resignations.

Number of Brits applying for French citizenship rises tenfold in three years: France’s Interior Ministry has that that in the year of the referendum, 3173 Britons filed applications to become French, a huge increase from just 386 Brits applying for French citizenship in 2015.

U.K factories optimistic for 2018: Despite uncertainties stemming from Brexit, a survey has shown that a majority of companies are upbeat about the state of the economy and sustainability.

£50m Welsh fund to help businesses prepare: The Welsh government has announced a £50m fund is being set up to help meet the challenges that lie ahead in the face of Brexit.

UK should have ‘Canada Plus Plus Plus’ deal: Carlo Calenda, Italy’s Economic Development Minister has stated that Britain should be granted the ‘Canada Plus Plus Plus’ trade deal.

You can find more Brexit updates, as well as other news, here.

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