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EU Parliament sets out conditions for approving Brexit deal
The European Parliament, whose approval is needed for any agreement for the UK to withdraw from the EU, adopted Wednesday its key principles and conditions for ...
Brexit is a key factor behind crisis facing British car manufacturing
Christian Stadler, professor of strategic management at Warwick Business School, is the author of 'Enduring Success: What Can We Learn from the History of ...
Bremain in Spain celebrates the huge turnout at People's Vote march
Members of the 5,000-strong Bremain in Spain are celebrating a triumphant turnout of over 700,000 people at the People's Vote march that occurred in London on ...
UK's extension request to be treated "with all seriousness"
Addressing the European Parliament as EU Council president for the last time, Donald Tusk told MEPs the EU would treat the UK's extension request 'with all ...
EU, UK agree 'decisive step' towards Brexit
The joint legal text presented Monday by EU and UK Brexit negotiators is a 'decisive step' towards an international agreement for Britain's orderly withdrawal ...
Expert comment on the Mayor of London Brexit report
Expert comment on the Mayor of London report finding half a million jobs could be lost in a no-deal Brexit by Nigel Driffield, of Warwick Business School, who ...
Stop pretending to negotiate, Barnier tells UK
Three years after the Brexit referendum, rather than pretending to negotiate, the UK needs to come up with legally binding solutions to the backstop problem, ...
Three quarters of professionals demand a second Brexit vote
Research carried out by global professional services recruiter, Morgan McKinley, reveals that the majority (74%) of 6,500 respondents want a second referendum. ...
EU and UK agree new push for Brexit deal in July
EU leaders and British prime minister Boris Johnson agreed in a videoconference Monday to intensify Brexit talks in July to create the best conditions for ...
Britain will regret leaving the European Union: Juncker
Britain's departure from the European Union in March 2019 would be "a very sad and tragic moment in our history", said EU Commission president Jean-Claude ...
Politicians are desperate to end Brexit uncertainty, but this is just the start
Expert comment from Nigel Driffield, professor of international business at Warwick Business School.
EU draft withdrawal agreement keeps Northern Ireland in Customs Union
The draft withdrawal agreement between the EU and Britain, published Wednesday by the EU Commission, proposes to keep Northern Ireland within the Customs ...
Petition urges EU passports for UK citizens
A campaign to persuade the European Union to issue EU passports to any citizens at risk of losing rights and freedoms, as a result of Brexit, was launched ...
Proroguing Parliament and no deal Brexit gives businesses no certainty
Expert comment from Nigel Driffield, Professor of International Business at Warwick Business School
Future EU-UK Partnership - background guide
The EU Council decided on 25 February to authorise the opening of the future partnership negotiations with the UK.
Brexit negotiations: What is in the Withdrawal Agreement
The negotiators of the European Commission and the United Kingdom have reached a deal on the terms of the Article 50 Withdrawal Agreement on 14 November.
EBF statement on the Brexit withdrawal agreement
Following the agreement on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union reached late Wednesday between EU negotiators and the UK government, ...
Export. Thrive. Change the World: Seven steps to export success for businesses that wont let Brexit stop their global growth
Export. Thrive. Change the World is a practical guide for small business owners who would like to export but are unsure how. Jennifer addresses the major ...
European Parliament approves UK's Brexit deal
Britain's EU withdrawal agreement has cleared its second-to-last hurdle before entering into force, with the European Parliament's overwhelming approval ...
Rushing tariff cuts for 'no deal' Brexit leaves no time to analyse winners or losers
Expert comment from Nigel Driffield, professor of international business at Warwick Business School
EU begins legal action against UK for breaching legal obligations
Following Britain's refusal to remove parts of its draft Internal Market Bill by end September, the Commission began legal action Thursday for the UK's breach ...
Brexit: EU auto makers call for urgent action to solve sector-specific issues
Just a few days ahead of the EU summit, where the 27 heads of state are set to approve the European Council's Brexit guidelines, the European Automobile ...
Expert comment on a 'no-deal' Brexit
Expert comment on a 'no-deal' Brexit by Nigel Driffield, of Warwick Business School, Professor of International Business, who has researched the impact of ...
Brexit II horror movie opens in the U.S.
Brexit II, sequel to the first Brexit horror movie shot in the United Kingdom, opened in the United States this week to shock and derision from most critics, ...
UK in EU Challenge Solicitors Write to Prime Minister and Metropolitan Police Ahead of Court of Appeal
With a Court of Appeal hearing due to take place on Thursday 21 February, solicitors for the UK in EU claimants, headed by Bremain in Spain's Sue Wilson, have ...
Legal Aspects of Brexit: Implications of the United Kingdom's Decision to Withdraw from the European Union
In Legal Aspects of Brexit, Georgetown Law professors Jennifer Hillman and Gary Horlick present an overview of many of the legal issues raised by the United ...
'Sad moment' as leaders endorse UK withdrawal agreement
EU leaders endorsed the Brexit withdrawal agreement Sunday as presented by the negotiators of the EU and the UK, declaring this a "sad moment" but saying that ...
Start negotiating seriously, EU tells United Kingdom
The European Commission's chief negotiator Michel Barnier told the United Kingdom Monday that it needed to start "negotiating seriously" if progress was to be ...
Metropolitan Police placed under pressure to act re Vote Leave breaching election law
Sue Wilson, chair of Bremain in Spain and lead claimant in the UK in EU Legal Challenge against Theresa May, comments on the Metropolitan Police being under ...
Barnier urges transparency and trust in Brexit talks
Speaking to a European Parliament plenary session which underlined the EU's united approach, chief negotiator Michel Barnier called for transparency and trust ...
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