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Brexit negotiations must go on?
Tue, Feb 19, 2019, 00:45 Sir, – Where are Brexit negotiations going What has the UK government up its sleeve to negotiate with the EU? Maybe it is thinking of eroding Ireland’s connections as a member of the European Union. Our Government must guard against any suggestion of checks at other European gateways. We are full members of the EU, with all its privileges and obligations. We honour those and should continue to do so. Under no circumstances should we be sucked into…
Why Brexit negotiations will fail
In this post, we explore why Brexit negotiations will fail
A Definitive Guide to the Brexit Negotiations
would satisfy the DUP in Brexit negotiations?
The party seems to be considering extreme measures in order to block the existing deal
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The potential for 'no deal' still exists, and it could have global economic implications.
What Language Will Be Used for Brexit Negotiations? Not English, Necessarily
“If I’m correctly informed, everybody is allowed to speak his own language”
Why has Gibraltar become an issue in Brexit negotiations?
Analysis: Britain says it will not be sending a Falklands-style task force to defend the Rock
Q&A: What has just happened in the Brexit negotiations?
With the EU and UK having agreed draft of withdrawal deal, we are in the endgame now
Brexit: Negotiations On IP Reportedly Under Way
Since agreement was reached in December on sufficient progress in Phase 1 of the Brexit negotiations (regarding the terms of withdrawal), little news has been heard about the status of EU/UK discussions UK Intellectual Property Dehns 24 Jan 2018
Hung parliament causes market uncertainty 10 days ahead of Brexit negotiations
Published: 9 June 2017 The UK woke up to a hung parliament this morning, where the Conservative party failed to get the required 326 seats to secure a majority following the ‘snap’ election. With Brexit negotiations due to start in ten days, the need for smaller party support, and amid speculation regarding the leadership of various parties, businesses are having to adapt to a changing environment…
British Ambassador Outlines How Brexit Negotiations Will Likely Unfold
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Kim Darroch, British ambassador to the U.S., on what the United Kingdom's move to leave the European Union means for the country.
"Clear As Mud" Brexit Negotiations Officially Begin: Here's What To Expect
Today Britain and the EU officially begin the first day of formal Brexit negotiations,
Poll shows how Germans want tough stance on Brexit negotiations
The people of Germany appear to be taking a tough stance on Brexit negotiations.
New book traces how Britain lost plot on Brexit negotiations
Documentary maker Lode Desmet and BBC broadcaster Edward Stourton provide perhaps the first in-depth fly-on-the-wall view in 'Blind Man's Brexit - How
How the value of the pound has been affected by Brexit negotiations
The news that Theresa May had reached an agreement with the EU over the UK's withdrawal prompted a surge in the value of the pound as the possibility of a "no deal" scenario lessened slightly.
How Theresa May's approval rating has fared throughout Brexit negotiations
Due to her handling of the Brexit negotiations Theresa May's approval rating is sitting at a near record low of -32.
Revealed: what small businesses want from Brexit negotiations
As Theresa May confirms she will trigger article 50 on 29 March, new research by FSB highlights priorities for small business
Theresa May: MPs must 'hold their nerve' through Brexit negotiations
Prime minister seeks to scotch a growing rebellion against her Brexit plans, saying a divorce deal with the EU is 95% complete
FTSE 100 struggles as investors watch trade and Brexit negotiations
London markets fall in the red on Friday, giving up earlier positive gain as global markets see a second day of selling.
Opinion: Champagne, parmesan, prosecco and feta will soon be central to the Brexit negotiations
A US-UK trade deal would likely be contingent on the UK dropping the EU-level protection of geographical indications. But this, in turn, would scupper the prospects of a trade deal with the EU – an even bigger trading partner for the UK