Brexit: will the UK sue the EU?

Brexit minister David Davis has complained in a letter to the prime minister that Brussels is damaging British interests by talking up the threat to companies if the UK leave the EU without a deal. What does the letter say? That Davis has sought legal advice over whether Brussels is breaching Britain’s rights as a member… Please follow and like us:

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Switzerland rages against EU’s stock exchange ruling

The Swiss government lashed out Thursday at an EU decision to give Switzerland’s stock exchange only temporary access to the bloc’s single market, labelling it discriminatory and “unacceptable”. The European Commission announced on Thursday that it would recognise for just one year the so-called equivalence of Swiss trading venues, which is essential to allow European banks… Please follow and like us:

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Britain, EU in Brexit breakthrough

But leaders warn some difficult hurdles still need to be overcome The United Kingdom and the European Union announced a historic separation deal on Friday after half a year of tough negotiations. Both sides said the agreement marks “sufficient progress” that could pave the way for a second stage of talks about the future relationship between… Please follow and like us:

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Irish border threatens Brexit progress ahead of May-Juncker talks

Monday is a key day in Brexit negotiations. British Prime Minister Theresa May will meet both the EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and European Council President Donald Tusk. They need to make sufficient progress on the rights of citizens, a financial settlement and the Irish border before talks can progress to trade and the UK’s future… Please follow and like us:

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UK – UK Brexit position is more uncertain than ever

The UK Parliament will start debating on Thursday a bill clearing the way for ‘hard Brexit’, with the vote on Monday. But with a government majority of just one, and MPs bitterly divided, the outcome looks foggy. The legislation – spun as the ‘Great Repeal Bill’ by Theresa May’s Conservative government – would transfer EU law… Please follow and like us:

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Britain’s Election Muddles Brexit Even More

The Great British public has spoken. But as journalist Ian Hislop quipped Friday on a television comedy show, “no one knows what they said.” Hardly had the votes been counted in Britain’s indecisive election, in which no party got an outright parliamentary majority, than politicians took to airwaves and tapped away on Twitter to spin what… Please follow and like us:

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