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Theresa May's 'Dirty Dancing' with Citizens' Rights
Theresa May's Conservative Party conference speech is causing confusion and consternation amongst members of campaign group Bremain in Spain.
As May loses control of Brexit, EU completes 'no-deal' preparations
With the UK set to leave the EU without a deal on 12 April, despite unprecedented moves Monday by the British Parliament to take control of Brexit proceedings, ...
UK can unilaterally abandon Brexit: EU Court
Article 50 of the EU Treaty does allow the unilateral revocation by Britain of its notification of intention to withdraw from the EU, the advocate-general of ...
EU go-ahead for start of talks on future partnership with UK
The EU Council fired the starting gun for the opening of the future partnership talks with the UK Tuesday, adopting negotiating directives which constitute a ...
EU27 agree negotiating stance on Brexit transition
EU27 ministers adopted a new set of Brexit negotiating directives Monday, detailing their position on a transition period after Brexit, and allowing the EU ...
MEPs display unwavering support for EU position in Brexit talks
With little time left to agree the UK's future relationship with the EU, MEPs on Thursday said a deal on a level playing field and on fisheries would be needed ...
The UK and European energy co-operation post-Brexit
The UK Government has said that Britain will not seek to remain part of the Single Market post-Brexit. However, sectoral deals to retain access to parts of the ...
Tusk calls summit for 29 April to set Brexit guidelines
EU Council president Donald Tusk, called European Council for 29th April Tuesday, where EU leaders will adopt the guidelines for the Brexit talks, set in ...
Latest UK Brexit proposal holds no basis for agreement, say MEPs
The UK's 'last minute proposals' do not, in their current form, represent a basis for an agreement to which the European Parliament could give consent, an EU ...
Many businesses will find planning for no deal Brexit impossible
Expert comment on contingency plans for a No Deal Brexit from Nigel Driffield, Professor of Strategy and International Business at Warwick Business School.
Suspension of Parliament unlawful, rules UK Supreme Court
The prorogation of Britain's Parliament by prime minister Boris Johnson was unlawful, the Supreme Court ruled Tuesday in a huge setback for the prime minister ...
No breakthrough on Brexit at EU summit
Despite an appeal by the British prime minister, a breakthrough on the Brexit talks was not forthcoming on the second day of an EU summit that focused on ...
Bremain in Spain is on the March
On Saturday 23 March, the 'Put it to the People' march will take over central London. It is expected to be the largest protest march in British history.
EU president Tusk bemoans lack of anti-Brexit leadership
50 days before Britain is due to leave the EU Council president Donald Tusk said many British and Irish people who wished for a reversal of Brexit lacked ...
Nissan warning on no-deal Brexit a stark reminder jobs still are not safe
Expert comment from Christian Stadler, Professor of Strategic Management and automotive industry expert at Warwick Business School:
Post-Brexit, Imperiled Transatlantic Relationship More Important Than Ever
The UK's impending departure from the European Union on January 31 creates at least one certainty. Following the Tories' resounding victory in the December ...
Expert comment on Liam Fox's UK export strategy speech
Expert comment from the University of Warwick on Liam Fox's UK export strategy speech, by Stephen Roper, of Warwick Business School, who is a Professor of ...
Brexit: EU summit agrees delay until 31 October
EU leaders agreed late Wednesday evening at their special summit to give the United Kingdom an extension of Article 50 until the end of October 2019. Their ...
EU and UK SMEs urge for an agreement on Brexit
In a letter to the Brexit negotiators SMEunited reiterates the necessity to promptly reach an agreement defining the framework for the future EU-UK relations. ...
No deal Brexit to put 'almost 20 per cent of jobs at risk' and hit weaker regions hardest
The Government needs to avoid a hard Brexit to protect industry and ensure that leaving the EU does not disproportionately hurt weaker regions of the UK, ...
Brexit Withdrawal Agreement passes first EU Parliament hurdle
The Brexit Withdrawal Agreement passed its first EU Parliament test Thursday, when its Constitutional Affairs Committee recommended that the Parliament plenary ...
Brexit threatens UK flights to EU 27, says Ryanair boss
There could be no flights between the United Kingdom and the EU-27 immediately after Brexit, Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary warned at meeting of the European ...
Important New Brexit Legal Challenge Launches
Prime Minister Theresa May is facing a major new legal challenge over Brexit. Sue Wilson, Chair of Bremain in Spain, a group campaigning tirelessly for the ...
EU Summit Brexit future relations: damage limitation is top priority for EU27 businesses
Prior to tomorrow's EU Summit discussion among the EU27 Heads of State on future relations with the United Kingdom, EUROCHAMBRES has stressed the importance ...
UK not ready for no-deal Brexit: comment
Following the news that MPs have agreed to a dramatic escalation of preparations for a no-deal Brexit, Britain's leading business organisations have issued a ...
EU summit clarifies UK 'backstop', but no renegotiation
As PM Theresa May sought to save her Brexit deal at a Brussels summit Thursday, EU leaders clarified their position on the 'backstop' but stated there would be ...
MEPs back association agreement for future EU-UK relations
An association agreement between the EU and the UK could provide an appropriate framework for their future relationship, the European Parliament said Wednesday ...
Brexit: EU adopts 'no-deal' contingency measures
The EU Council adopted Tuesday a series of legislative acts as part of its contingency preparations for a 'no-deal' Brexit, aiming to limit the most severe ...
EU leaders endorse Boris Johnson's Brexit deal
"We've got a great new deal that takes back control," said British prime minister Johnson after EU leaders at a summit Thursday endorsed a revised UK ...
Over half of Britons see EU membership as a benefit: survey
55 per cent of British people consider EU membership to have been of benefit to the country, according to a European Parliament survey published Wednesday, ...
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