Ireland, May and disloyalty the main causes of Brexit impasse, says senior Tory

By |januar 31st, 2020|Brexit, Brexit negotiations, David Lidington, Irish backstop, News|

The United Kingdom simply underestimated Ireland's clout and the importance of the border backstop. Add to that Theresa May's unpopularity and cabinet disloyalty and you have all the main causes of the mess Brexit turned into, according to one of the e...

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Brexit battle over: new battles begin

By |december 13th, 2019|Boris Johnson, Brexit extension, Brexit negotiations, Brexit referendum 2016, News, UK general election|

After three and a half years there is finally closure. There will be no second referendum. The UK will leave the European Union in January. But as one battle ends, a host of new fronts open up.

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Campaign group demands UK rights for forgotten Europeans

By |december 11th, 2019|Brexit, Brexit negotiations, citizens' rights, News, UK elections|

Civil society activists launched on Tuesday (10 December) a five pledge ‘Citizens’ Rights manifesto for the 5 million’ demanding voting and citizenship rights two days ahead of a potentially decisive UK general election.

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UK must stick to EU ‘level playing field’ to get Brexit trade deal, says Barnier

By |november 27th, 2019|Brexit, Brexit negotiations, News, UK elections|

EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier told MEPs on Tuesday (26 November) that the UK would have to agree to maintain a ‘level playing field’ and not undercut EU regulation to secure a trade agreement.

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Data access blow for EU nationals with UK immigration cases

By |oktober 4th, 2019|Brexit, Brexit negotiations, data access, immigration, News|

EU nationals will be unable to access their personal records held by the UK government in immigration cases, following a high court ruling on Thursday (3 October) that said "immigration exemption" introduced last year was not unlawful.

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Tory leadership contenders are offering false promises on No Deal

By |julij 5th, 2019|Boris Johnson, Brexit, Brexit negotiations, Jeremy Hunt, News, UK Conservatives|

Both Tory leadership contenders are pandering to the idea that a No Deal Brexit will not hurt Britain's future. But when the victor reaches No 10, he will get a shock, writes Dinesh Dhamija.

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Brexit is dissolving British politics

By |februar 21st, 2019|Brexit, Brexit negotiations, Jeremy Corbyn, News, Theresa May, UK politics|

The new eleven-member Independent Group is the latest product of a Brexit process that is dissolving British politics, writes Denis MacShane.

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May drags Brexit deal deadline to March

By |februar 12th, 2019|Brexit, Brexit negotiations, Brexit withdrawal agreement, House of Commons, Jeremy Corbyn, News, Theresa May|

Prime Minister Theresa May begged MPs to ‘hold their nerve’ and give her more time to secure a Brexit deal on Tuesday (12 February).

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No backstop, no Brexit deal, say MEPs

By |januar 24th, 2019|Article 50, Article 50 extension, Brexit, Brexit negotiations, European Parliament, House of Commons, News, Theresa May|

European Union lawmakers have vowed to reject any Brexit deal that does not include an "all-weather backstop” to avoid the return of a hard border on the island of Ireland.

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Brexit backer Dyson moves vacuum giant’s HQ to Singapore

By |januar 23rd, 2019|aggressive tax planning, Brexit negotiations, James Dyson, News, Singapore, tax planning|

James Dyson, the billionaire Brexit supporter who revolutionised vacuum cleaners with his bagless technology, is moving his head office to Singapore from Britain to be closer to his company's fastest-growing markets.

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