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EU Digs In Over Banks’ Post-Brexit Access, But Divisions Emerge

EU Digs In Over Banks’ Post-Brexit Access, But Divisions Emerge

The European Union is preparing to offer the U.K. a bare bones deal for its banks after Brexit, even as divisions are starting to emerge within the bloc about how harshly to treat the City.
Inflation dips to 2.7% as impact of Brexit vote starts to fade

Inflation dips to 2.7% as impact of Brexit vote starts to fade

Cost of living squeeze eases after a small fall in both petrol and food prices, says ONSInflation fell further than expected last month, as the impact of the Brexit vote on the price of petrol and
Ireland’s border is a problem it can’t afford to leave unsolved | Charles Grant

Ireland’s border is a problem it can’t afford to leave unsolved | Charles Grant

The border issue could still wreck Brexit talks. But no-deal would damage Ireland almost as much as it would BritainAt this week’s summit of heads of government, the European Union and the United
Inflation dips to 2.7% as impact of Brexit vote starts to fade

Inflation dips to 2.7% as impact of Brexit vote starts to fade

Cost of living squeeze eases after a small fall in both petrol and food prices, says ONSInflation fell further than expected last month, as the impact of the Brexit vote on the price of petrol and
The Guardian view on fishing and Brexit: still on the hook | Editorial

The Guardian view on fishing and Brexit: still on the hook | Editorial

Britain’s politicians have again been found out for making promises to fishing communities that they can’t deliverIn British politics, the fishing industry carries an emotional resonance matched by
UK is ‘sleepwalking into a Brexit security crisis’, warn MPs

UK is ‘sleepwalking into a Brexit security crisis’, warn MPs

A committee urged the Government to focus on security and policing links.
Finland’s President Congratulates Putin, Not Once But Twice

Finland’s President Congratulates Putin, Not Once But Twice

Finland’s president has congratulated Vladimir Putin on his election victory for the second time in three days.
EU Blames Russia, Expulsions Now in Sight: EU Summit Update

EU Blames Russia, Expulsions Now in Sight: EU Summit Update

European Union leaders sided with the U.K. and said it’s “highly likely” that Russia was behind the nerve agent poisoning in Britain of a former double agent.
Eight EU leaders call on UK to hold another Brexit referendum

Eight EU leaders call on UK to hold another Brexit referendum

The countries who made the plea include Netherlands, Belgium and Denmark.
WATCH: Mayor Khan Mocks Marking Brexit Day in London, Rather ‘Celebrate UKIP Abolished’

WATCH: Mayor Khan Mocks Marking Brexit Day in London, Rather ‘Celebrate UKIP Abolished’

The Mayor of London has angrily dismissed the idea of marking Britain’s historic exit from the European Union (EU) in his city, suggesting he would rather celebrate the abolition of UKIP.
Inside the Secret Plot to Reverse Brexit

Inside the Secret Plot to Reverse Brexit

For the first time, a group of rebels is going public with its plan to derail Britain’s decision to leave the EU.
Brexit Bulletin: The Plot to Stop It

Brexit Bulletin: The Plot to Stop It

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Tusk Warns Russia to Expect More Expulsions: EU Summit Update

Tusk Warns Russia to Expect More Expulsions: EU Summit Update

European Union leaders discussed trade tariffs and Brexit on Friday after a late night as they were kept up waiting for confirmation from U.S. President Donald Trump that the bloc was indeed exempt
A deadline to speak English would betray Britain’s long history of multilingualism

A deadline to speak English would betray Britain’s long history of multilingualism

The British government should fix a date by which all residents in the UK should be able to speak English, says Louise Casey, who wrote…
The EU has agreed to move to the final phase of Brexit talks

The EU has agreed to move to the final phase of Brexit talks

EU leaders in Brussels have laid the ground for the next round of Brexit talks after agreeing on negotiating guidelines.
Britain’s Brexit Bump for Tourism May Be Over

Britain’s Brexit Bump for Tourism May Be Over

Now the real challenges begin for British tourism officials after a welcome spike in visitors after the UK vote in 2016 to exit the European Union. Tourists to the country fell 7 percent in the last
May Served Secrets Over Dinner to Win EU Allies for Russia Fight

May Served Secrets Over Dinner to Win EU Allies for Russia Fight

Leading up to this week’s EU summit, British officials worked overtime to explain the nature of the Russian attack to members.
U.K.'s May Welcomes EU Backing on Russia Spy Attack Response

U.K.'s May Welcomes EU Backing on Russia Spy Attack Response

Bloomberg's David Merritt discusses U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's effort to convince European Union allies to join her in blaming Russia for the March 4 poisoning of a former double agent in
U.K. Labour Fires Spokesman After Second Brexit Referendum Call

U.K. Labour Fires Spokesman After Second Brexit Referendum Call

Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the opposition Labour Party, fired his Northern Ireland spokesman Owen Smith after he called for a second referendum on leaving the European Union, a clear sign he’s not ready
Je Ne Bregret Rien: Only 22% of Britons Want to Stop Brexit

Je Ne Bregret Rien: Only 22% of Britons Want to Stop Brexit

Almost 60 per cent of Brits think the government should respect the referendum result and “get on” with delivering Brexit.