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E.U. Leaders Talk Tough on ‘Brexit’ and Warn That Time Is Short

E.U. Leaders Talk Tough on ‘Brexit’ and Warn That Time Is Short

Michel Barnier, a lead negotiator for the European Union, said on Tuesday in Brussels that “cherry picking is not an option” for Britain.
Brexit negotiations really get going - Brexit Means podcast

Brexit negotiations really get going - Brexit Means podcast

This week Dan Roberts and Jennifer Rankin try to figure out what on earth is going on in this first round of Brexit negotiations, especially now that the UK appears in disarray, with the Conservative
Cabinet accepts Brexit transition will mean years of free movement

Cabinet accepts Brexit transition will mean years of free movement

Senior source tells Guardian mood has shifted under pressure from British businesses to secure a workable dealThe British cabinet has accepted that free movement of people for up to four years after
There is no Brexit ‘punishment’, apart from the self-inflicted one

There is no Brexit ‘punishment’, apart from the self-inflicted one

Michel Barnier did not say we needed to be taught a lesson. We are not being blackmailed or fined. We are simply unwilling to accept our obligations‘Sometimes you get the impression that the British
The Guardian view on Brexit and the Bank: the challenge of populism | Editorial

The Guardian view on Brexit and the Bank: the challenge of populism | Editorial

It is 20 years since the Bank of England gained independence. It may not survive the nationalist pressures of leaving the EUBank of England independence, announced just five days after Labour’s 1997
With us or US? Barnier challenges May on the kind of society UK wants

With us or US? Barnier challenges May on the kind of society UK wants

Michel Barnier says Britain’s answer is important because it will direct discussions on a future relationship with the EUThe EU’s chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, has challenged Theresa May’s
Britain’s decisions in the next few weeks will determine the fate of Brexit talks

Britain’s decisions in the next few weeks will determine the fate of Brexit talks

Britain is about to embark on a sixth round of Brexit talks with the European Union. The two sides have yet to agree on three…
Barnier: UK must offer concessions within two weeks to ensure Brexit progress - Politics live

Barnier: UK must offer concessions within two weeks to ensure Brexit progress - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political events as they happen, including David Davis and Michel Barnier holding their press conference after the latest round of Brexit talksDavis/Barnier press
EU gives UK two-week deadline on Brexit divorce bill

EU gives UK two-week deadline on Brexit divorce bill

Michel Barnier says progress is needed on financial settlement as Irish border issue emerges as challenge for UK government The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, has set the British
EU planning for collapse of Brexit talks, says Michel Barnier

EU planning for collapse of Brexit talks, says Michel Barnier

Chief negotiator says no-deal scenario is not Brussels’ preferred option, but everyone needs to plan for itThe EU’s chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, has said the bloc is drawing up contingency
Brexit weekly briefing: UK given two weeks to clarify its financial offer

Brexit weekly briefing: UK given two weeks to clarify its financial offer

David Davis’s plea for more imagination and flexibility from the EU in hopes of early start to trade talks met a stony responseWelcome to the Guardian’s weekly Brexit briefing, a summary of
Brexit minister apologises to peers for saying article 50 cannot be revoked - Politics live

Brexit minister apologises to peers for saying article 50 cannot be revoked - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happenBarnier’s speech - Summary and analysisBrexit minister apologises to peers for saying article 50 cannot be revokedAfternoon summary
Barnier says EU will not compromise standards in future UK trade deal

Barnier says EU will not compromise standards in future UK trade deal

Chief Brexit negotiator says any move to abandon European laws and regulations will complicate agreementThe EU’s chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, has said that any move by a British government
Brexit weekly briefing: kicking and screaming toward the cheque book

Brexit weekly briefing: kicking and screaming toward the cheque book

As the UK appears to be considering caving in to demands for a bigger divorce bill, the rest of the EU is bracing for the worst of exitsWelcome to the Guardian’s weekly Brexit briefing, a summary of
Everything you need to know about the Brexit “divorce bill”

Everything you need to know about the Brexit “divorce bill”

The UK is leaving the European Union—likely in 2019—but before it does, it has to agree on what it will pay the bloc on its…
The Brexit divorce bill “settlement” shows how the UK is wasting precious time

The Brexit divorce bill “settlement” shows how the UK is wasting precious time

Britain has just 16 months until it leaves the European Union and so far it has wasted most of its time on negotiating the amount…
Michel Barnier raises UK hackles with speech about Isis and Brexit

Michel Barnier raises UK hackles with speech about Isis and Brexit

EU negotiator says: ‘Rather than stay shoulder to shoulder with the union, the British chose to be on their own again’Michel Barnier caused irritation in Downing Street on Wednesday with a speech in
May's weakness exposed as DUP derails Brexit progress

May's weakness exposed as DUP derails Brexit progress

Setback for British PM’s hopes of agreeing deal to move to next phase of talks as unionists refuse to back Irish border planTheresa May’s political weakness was brutally exposed to Brussels on Monday
UK has 48 hours to agree potential Brexit deal or talks cannot progress

UK has 48 hours to agree potential Brexit deal or talks cannot progress

Michel Barnier, EU’s chief Brexit negotiator, tells member states British government must agree deal over Irish border by FridayMichel Barnier, the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator, has told member states
A treacherous Brexit climb lies ahead - cartoon

A treacherous Brexit climb lies ahead - cartoon

Chris Riddell on Theresa May’s EU divorce deal announcement Continue reading...