BREXIT

Small and scrappy is the way for London’s galleries after Brexit
THE NEW YORK TIMES

“I have no furniture. No toilet. Nothing,” said Freddie Powell, 29, a contemporary art dealer, standing in the bare, white-tiled box that has been his by-appointment showroom for the past 16 months. His tiny gallery, Ginny on Frederick, occupies a former sandwich bar in the Farringdon area of London and measures just 7 feet wide.


Post-Brexit British property buyers snapping up ‘golden visas’
PROPERTY

Foreign investors who are choosing to sell their properties in Greece and not renew the residence permit that comes with the purchase of real estate are gradually being replaced by others from Great Britain and the United States, the head of the Risvas and Partners law firm, Alexandros Risvas tells Kathimerini.

Smoothening the cliff edge in EU-UK relations
BREXIT

The Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) between the United Kingdom and the European Union came into effect on January 1, 2021, capping a tumultuous four-and-a-half-year period since the shocking result of the July 2016 Brexit referendum.

MSGB webinar on Brexit next Monday
ECONOMY

The Macedonian Society of Great Britain is preparing a webinar for next Monday titled “Brexit: What Will It Mean for the UK, Europe and Greece?” – a question that guest presenter, economist and business consultant Vicky Pryce will be addressing. 


Keeping friendship alive
OPINION

Let it be recorded that until the Brexit referendum in 2016, relations between the people of Britain and other citizens of the European Union appeared excellent.


Rhodes expats protest Brexit, closure of Parliament
NEWS

Around a dozen British nationals residing on Rhodes gathered at the port of the southeastern Aegean island on Tuesday to protest Brexit and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's shutdown of Parliament last week.