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Brexit backstop: Theresa May to put new proposals to EU - The Guardian
19 Feb 2019

  1. Brexit backstop: Theresa May to put new proposals to EU  The Guardian
  2. Brexit: Theresa May to return to Brussels for further talks  BBC News
  3. Nearly a third of French people think Britain has already left the EU  The Independent
  4. No-Deal Brexit VICTORY: UK clearing houses to keep serving EU clients AFTER March 29  Express
  5. Theresa May heads back to Brussels in bid to break Brexit deadlock  Sky News
  6. View full coverage on Google News


Brexit clock is ticking, as opposition throws support behind potential deal - CNN
07 Feb 2019

Brexit clock is ticking, as opposition throws support behind potential deal  CNN

There are 50 days to go until Britain leaves the European Union and still no one knows how it will happen, if at all.


Conservatives being 'manipulated by Brexit zealots', ex-PM Major to warn - BBC News
20 Feb 2019

Conservatives being 'manipulated by Brexit zealots', ex-PM Major to warn  BBC News

The Conservative Party is being "manipulated" by Brexit "zealots" and the "mainstream majority" of MPs must reassert itself to stop a damaging EU exit, Sir John ...


Honda decision stokes anger in Brexit-voting Swindon - Financial Times
20 Feb 2019

Honda decision stokes anger in Brexit-voting Swindon  Financial Times

Some workers resolute in opposition to EU and blame government for plant closure.


Brexit SHOCK: Tory Brexiteer outlines how no deal threat is FORCING EU back to the table - Express
19 Feb 2019

Brexit SHOCK: Tory Brexiteer outlines how no deal threat is FORCING EU back to the table  Express

Tory MP and Brexit supporter Andrew Bridgen has claimed the threat of the UK walking away from negotiations with no deal is the reason the EU is willing to do ...


Brexit to make UK more vulnerable to interference from China, report warns - The Independent
20 Feb 2019

Brexit to make UK more vulnerable to interference from China, report warns  The Independent

Economic uncertainties after Brexit could make the UK more vulnerable to Chinese interference, with Beijing using a variety of means to infiltrate Britain's power ...


Brexit: UK will apply food tariffs in case of no deal - BBC News
20 Feb 2019

Brexit: UK will apply food tariffs in case of no deal  BBC News

Environment Secretary Michael Gove has promised that the government will apply tariffs to food imports in the event of a no-deal Brexit, to provide "specific and ...


Investment paused and cancelled by Brexit, says Skates - BBC News
19 Feb 2019

Investment paused and cancelled by Brexit, says Skates  BBC News

Minister says an unnamed firm has put north-east Wales investment on hold due to Brexit uncertainty.


Brexit causing ‘palpable decline’ in UK influence at the UN - The Guardian
19 Feb 2019

Brexit causing ‘palpable decline’ in UK influence at the UN  The Guardian

Brexit is already leading to a “palpable decline” in British influence at the UN, and that influence would be in freefall but for the UK's commitment to spend 0.7 ...


Brexit weekly briefing: we now officially have two revolting parties - The Guardian
19 Feb 2019

Brexit weekly briefing: we now officially have two revolting parties  The Guardian

Tories held hostage by ERG and Labour splitters go it alone – does anyone still believe in consensus?


The Guardian view on Honda’s closure: of course it’s partly about Brexit - The Guardian
19 Feb 2019

The Guardian view on Honda’s closure: of course it’s partly about Brexit  The Guardian

The Japanese carmaker's decision to shut its Swindon factory is part of a pattern in which Brexit uncertainties play a significant role. Tue 19 Feb 2019 13.27 EST ...


UK will probably delay Brexit, says former EU chief Jose Manuel Barroso - The Independent
19 Feb 2019

UK will probably delay Brexit, says former EU chief Jose Manuel Barroso  The Independent

Britain is likely to delay Brexit because of the lack of a deal, former EU Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso has said. Mr Barroso, who ran the bloc's ...


Leave to remain? The voters who have changed their minds over Brexit - The Guardian
19 Feb 2019

Leave to remain? The voters who have changed their minds over Brexit  The Guardian

Since the referendum, some remain voters have become Brexiters; and vice versa. But what's made them change their views so radically?


What are Brexit contingency plans for pharmaceutical industry? - The Guardian
19 Feb 2019

What are Brexit contingency plans for pharmaceutical industry?  The Guardian

With fears over manufacturing costs and future investment, here's what firms are doing.


Brexit: Robert Buckland cautious over 'sensitive talks' - BBC News
19 Feb 2019

Brexit: Robert Buckland cautious over 'sensitive talks'  BBC News

It would be "reckless and irresponsible" to give a running commentary on changes the UK is seeking to the Northern Ireland backstop, a government minister ...


Brexit: Will Britons living in the EU still get healthcare? - BBC News
18 Feb 2019

Brexit: Will Britons living in the EU still get healthcare?  BBC News

If the UK leaves the EU without a deal, reciprocal healthcare arrangements will not automatically survive. The UK is trying to reach agreements with EU ...


Brexit WARNING: Brexiteer's stern message for Remainers – 'Leavers NOT going away!' - Express.co.uk
19 Feb 2019

Brexit WARNING: Brexiteer's stern message for Remainers – 'Leavers NOT going away!'  Express.co.uk

BREXITEER Claire Fox has issued a stern message to Remainers wanting to scupper Brexit – warning that British Brexit voters will not stand for “sneering” from ...


Why we should stop worrying and learn to love Brexit - The Irish Times
20 Feb 2019

Why we should stop worrying and learn to love Brexit  The Irish Times

Britian's departure from the EU offers Ireland an opportunity to emerge from its neighbour's shadow.


Toto Wolff: No-deal Brexit is a 'nightmare scenario' for Formula 1 - CNN
19 Feb 2019

Toto Wolff: No-deal Brexit is a 'nightmare scenario' for Formula 1  CNN

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has warned a no-deal Brexit could cause the "mother of all messes" for Formula 1.


Sky News host shuts down Lord Adonis second Brexit referendum rant – 'can we focus? - Express.co.uk
19 Feb 2019

Sky News host shuts down Lord Adonis second Brexit referendum rant – 'can we focus?  Express.co.uk

REMAINER Lord Andrew Adonis was asked by Sky News host Niall Paterson to keep the discussion “focused” on the future of Labour after seven MP's resigned ...


Parts of public sector 'not ready' for no-deal Brexit - BBC News
19 Feb 2019

Parts of public sector 'not ready' for no-deal Brexit  BBC News

Some parts of the Welsh public sector have only made limited plans for a potential no-deal Brexit, a public spending watchdog has warned. The Wales Audit ...


Porsche warns UK customers of Brexit price rise - BBC News
17 Feb 2019

Porsche warns UK customers of Brexit price rise  BBC News

The German carmaker asks new UK customers to agree a possible 10% price rise for post-Brexit deliveries.


Brexit NOT impacting UK employment as numbers in work SOAR with over 50s HUGE contributors - Express
20 Feb 2019

Brexit NOT impacting UK employment as numbers in work SOAR with over 50s HUGE contributors  Express

EMPLOYMENT in the UK has continued to soar despite claims Brexit could hamper job prospects, new figures reveal.


Remainers plan mass march and key vote in last days before Brexit - The Guardian
16 Feb 2019

Remainers plan mass march and key vote in last days before Brexit  The Guardian

Campaigners against Theresa May's “my deal or no deal” Brexit strategy are planning to mobilise the public and politicians for a showdown over the UK's future ...


Brexit food shortages could see people forced to eat 'tons of British leeks', supermarket boss says - The Independent
19 Feb 2019

Brexit food shortages could see people forced to eat 'tons of British leeks', supermarket boss says  The Independent

Food shortages caused by Brexit could lead to people being forced to eat “tons of British leeks”, a supermarket boss has said. Industry experts have repeatedly ...


Sturgeon urges EU citizens to stay in Scotland after Brexit - BBC News
20 Feb 2019

Sturgeon urges EU citizens to stay in Scotland after Brexit  BBC News

Efforts to encourage EU citizens to stay in Scotland after Brexit are to be stepped up, Nicola Sturgeon has told members of the French parliament. The Scottish ...


People didn’t vote leave for my son to be separated from his mother - The Guardian
19 Feb 2019

People didn’t vote leave for my son to be separated from his mother  The Guardian

I could be deported to Poland if I'm denied settled status in the UK, because I stay at home to to care full-time for my son.


Brexit latest: New exit plan sidelined in favour of backstop legal promises - Express.co.uk
19 Feb 2019

Brexit latest: New exit plan sidelined in favour of backstop legal promises  Express.co.uk

THERESA May faces a new battle with Brexiteers after it emerged a compromise plan on how to take Britain out of the EU was last night sidelined.


How Brexit hit the pound in your pocket - BBC News
19 Feb 2019

How Brexit hit the pound in your pocket  BBC News

The value of the pound has changed a lot over the past three years - making us all a little poorer. Back in December 2015, £1 would buy you about €1.40.


Brexit: Theresa May suffers fresh Commons defeat - BBC News
14 Feb 2019

Brexit: Theresa May suffers fresh Commons defeat  BBC News

Prime Minister Theresa May has suffered another Commons defeat after MPs voted down her approach to Brexit talks. MPs voted by 303 to 258 - a majority of 45 ...


Brexit: NI Water stockpiles purification chemicals - BBC News
19 Feb 2019

Brexit: NI Water stockpiles purification chemicals  BBC News

Northern Ireland Water is stockpiling purification chemicals as part of its Brexit plan, it is understood. There have been concerns that disruption in trade with the ...


BREXIT CONUNDRUM: May caught in CATCH 22 after last-ditch bid to please Rees-Mogg AND EU - Express.co.uk
20 Feb 2019

BREXIT CONUNDRUM: May caught in CATCH 22 after last-ditch bid to please Rees-Mogg AND EU  Express.co.uk

THERESA May will hold crunch talks with top Eurocrat Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels tonight amid growing expectations of a breakthrough in her push for a ...


Kuenssberg reveals solution to Brexit deadlock - NO NEED to re-open May agreement - Express
19 Feb 2019

Kuenssberg reveals solution to Brexit deadlock - NO NEED to re-open May agreement  Express

THE Brexit deadlock could be resolved in the next 24 hours when Attorney General Geoffrey Cox and Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay will meet with EU ...


Japan almost cancelled Brexit talks due to 'high-handed' letter – report - The Guardian
18 Feb 2019

Japan almost cancelled Brexit talks due to 'high-handed' letter – report  The Guardian

Trade talks will go ahead despite reported dismay at language used by Liam Fox and Jeremy Hunt.


Brexit news: PANICKING Leo Varadkar LASHES OUT at Theresa May over backstop demands - Express
19 Feb 2019

Brexit news: PANICKING Leo Varadkar LASHES OUT at Theresa May over backstop demands  Express

IRISH Taoiseach Leo Varadkar took a vicious swipe at Theresa May this morning, reiterating that Ireland would not compromise on the backstop and would fulfil ...


At last, a Brexit dividend – shame it’s for the pedlars of fake medicine - The Guardian
19 Feb 2019

At last, a Brexit dividend – shame it’s for the pedlars of fake medicine  The Guardian

Criminals now make more money from these counterfeits than they do from illegal drugs, says Elizabeth Pisani, a visiting senior research fellow at King's ...


‘We are in God’s hands’ Juncker says of Brexit - Financial Times
18 Feb 2019

‘We are in God’s hands’ Juncker says of Brexit  Financial Times

EU would not 'oppose' a UK request for a negotiating extension beyond March deadline.


Blue in the face: Dutch businesses heed furry Brexit monster - The Guardian
19 Feb 2019

Blue in the face: Dutch businesses heed furry Brexit monster  The Guardian

Muppet-like creature has prompted 10 times more firms to take an official 'Brexit scan'


Theresa May sets course for Brexit disaster - POLITICO.eu
16 Feb 2019

Theresa May sets course for Brexit disaster  POLITICO.eu

The UK prime minister appears to be betting on a deal at the very last minute.


'UNPROFESSIONAL!' Brexiteer launches Commons attack on 'TEACHER'S PET' Olly Robbins - Express
19 Feb 2019

'UNPROFESSIONAL!' Brexiteer launches Commons attack on 'TEACHER'S PET' Olly Robbins  Express

LEADING Brexit supporter Mark Francois launched an attack on the UK's chief negotiator Olly Robbins during a passionate tirade in the House of Commons.


Inside the London tech scene's frantic plan to stop Brexit - Wired.co.uk
18 Feb 2019

Inside the London tech scene's frantic plan to stop Brexit  Wired.co.uk

Britain's techies still want to bring Brexit crashing down – and they're scrambling to build the tools to do so.


The big Brexit match: Remain United vs. Real Leave - POLITICO.eu
20 Feb 2019

The big Brexit match: Remain United vs. Real Leave  POLITICO.eu

If the politicians can't get it done, send in the footballers.


BREXIT SELL OUT: May warned she must not 'sell out' fishing industry to EU 'once again' - Express.co.uk
18 Feb 2019

BREXIT SELL OUT: May warned she must not 'sell out' fishing industry to EU 'once again'  Express.co.uk

CONSERVATIVE Brexiteer Steve Double warned Theresa May not to 'sell out' the UK fishing industry to the EU as a bargaining chip in a future trade agreement ...


What a European education project can tell us about Brexit – podcast - The Guardian
18 Feb 2019

What a European education project can tell us about Brexit – podcast  The Guardian

When the writer Peter Pomerantsev was a teenager, he was sent to a school that was part of the European Schools network, which counts Boris Johnson among ...


A no-deal Brexit would destroy UK science – and this is how - The Independent
17 Feb 2019

A no-deal Brexit would destroy UK science – and this is how  The Independent

Let us not pull punches here. UK science got hit the day after the Brexit vote and damage has continued, under the radar, for well over two years since that date.


‘Brexit was TERRIBLE mistake!’ Remainer Blair demands second referendum to SABOTAGE exit - Express.co.uk
18 Feb 2019

‘Brexit was TERRIBLE mistake!’ Remainer Blair demands second referendum to SABOTAGE exit  Express.co.uk

REMAINER Tony Blair has demanded a new Brexit referendum during a speech in Munich that saw the former Labour Prime Minister call Britain's exit from the ...


MACRON WARNING: Brexit is 'GRAVE' for Europe and could SPREAD - shock speech REVEALED - Express.co.uk
19 Feb 2019

MACRON WARNING: Brexit is 'GRAVE' for Europe and could SPREAD - shock speech REVEALED  Express.co.uk

FRENCH President Emmanuel Macron will describe Brexit as a “grave” moment for Europe in a speech in coming weeks, as he admits fears there could be *fresh* ...


Kellogg, Mondelez stock up on Pringles, Milka for fear of Brexit - Reuters
19 Feb 2019

Kellogg, Mondelez stock up on Pringles, Milka for fear of Brexit  Reuters

As Brexit looms, Kellogg Co and Mondelez International Inc are taking measures to protect Britons from a potential shortage of Pringles chips, BelVita biscuits ...


Theresa May must investigate 'foreign influence and voter manipulation' in Brexit vote, say MPs - The Independent
18 Feb 2019

Theresa May must investigate 'foreign influence and voter manipulation' in Brexit vote, say MPs  The Independent

Theresa May must launch an independent investigation into “foreign influence and voter manipulation” in the Brexit vote, a committee of MPs says today, amid ...


Brexit food shortages: Britons told to prepare for spam, canned peaches, and ‘a tonne of leeks’ in no-deal scenario - iNews
19 Feb 2019

Brexit food shortages: Britons told to prepare for spam, canned peaches, and ‘a tonne of leeks’ in no-deal scenario  iNews

Britons face the very real prospect of food shortages if the Government fails to secure a Brexit deal before 29 March. We might soon be living off leeks, canned ...


Brexit news: Is it now easier to find jobs in POLAND than UK? - Express.co.uk
18 Feb 2019

Brexit news: Is it now easier to find jobs in POLAND than UK?  Express.co.uk

Mr Morawiecki made the comments while praising the “blooming” Polish economy at a press conference following bilateral talks at Lancaster House in ...


Brexit BETRAYAL: Donald Tusk’s SHOCK David Cameron admission REVEALED - Express
19 Feb 2019

Brexit BETRAYAL: Donald Tusk’s SHOCK David Cameron admission REVEALED  Express

DONALD TUSK made a shocking revelation about former British Prime Minister David Cameron and argued that Theresa May's predecessor is the “real victim” ...


Airbus warns of ‘catastrophic’ no-deal Brexit - POLITICO.eu
17 Feb 2019

Airbus warns of ‘catastrophic’ no-deal Brexit  POLITICO.eu

A top Airbus executive warned today that a no-deal Brexit would be "catastrophic" for the industry, adding that the company has already spent tens of millions of ...


Brexit: Food prices to rise up to 20% ‘virtually instantaneously’ after leaving EU, warns Birds Eye boss - The Independent
18 Feb 2019

Brexit: Food prices to rise up to 20% ‘virtually instantaneously’ after leaving EU, warns Birds Eye boss  The Independent

Fans of fish fingers could see the prices of their favourite food shoot up “virtually instantaneously” should Britain crash out of the EU without a deal, the head of ...


Pound latest: Will the pound STRENGTHEN once a Brexit deal is agreed? - Express
18 Feb 2019

Pound latest: Will the pound STRENGTHEN once a Brexit deal is agreed?  Express

THERESA MAY's proposed Brexit deal has been met with dissatisfaction in Parliament. And as political uncertainty continues we take a look at whether the ...


Brexit Claims Its First Airline As Uncertainty Continues - Forbes
18 Feb 2019

Brexit Claims Its First Airline As Uncertainty Continues  Forbes

Flybmi was troubled before the Brexit balloon burst, but uncertainty on aviation policy in a 'no-deal' scenario is creating turbulence for larger airlines too.


'Un big mess' – how the rest of Europe views Brexit - The Guardian
12 Feb 2019

'Un big mess' – how the rest of Europe views Brexit  The Guardian

Seven correspondents report on how the UK's political upheaval has affected its image on the continent.


Labour breakaway’s Brexit impact - POLITICO.eu
18 Feb 2019

Labour breakaway’s Brexit impact  POLITICO.eu

7 MPs' decision to quit was based on a number of issues — but the EU exit is the biggest.


Laura Kuenssberg has Brexit WARNING for Theresa May – ‘could make the difference’ - Express
19 Feb 2019

Laura Kuenssberg has Brexit WARNING for Theresa May – ‘could make the difference’  Express

LAURA Kuenssberg revealed how a new party could cause serious issues for Prime Minister Theresa May after seven MP's resigned from the Labour Party on ...


Frasier star Kelsey Grammer says: ‘Get on with Brexit. Holy crap. The deal should be done’ - iNews
19 Feb 2019

Frasier star Kelsey Grammer says: ‘Get on with Brexit. Holy crap. The deal should be done’  iNews

The Frasier star Kelsey Grammer has urged Britain to cut a deal and get on with Brexit, without a second public vote.


Post-Brexit budget doubts of Welsh and Scottish ministers - BBC News
16 Feb 2019

Post-Brexit budget doubts of Welsh and Scottish ministers  BBC News

It is unclear whether the UK government is planning for an emergency budget in the event of a no-deal Brexit, Welsh and Scottish ministers have said. Last year ...


Crabb rounds on Tory MPs after May's Brexit vote defeat - BBC News
14 Feb 2019

Crabb rounds on Tory MPs after May's Brexit vote defeat  BBC News

The former Welsh secretary rounds on Tory colleagues after the PM's *fresh* Commons Brexit defeat.


Brexit: Howard Hastings concerned over hotel recruitment - BBC News
17 Feb 2019

Brexit: Howard Hastings concerned over hotel recruitment  BBC News

One of Belfast's leading hoteliers has raised concerns over staff recruitment after the UK leaves the EU. New proposed regulations could dictate what type of ...


'She's SUCH a Remainer!' Peter Shilton issues damning verdict on Theresa May's Brexit deal - Express
17 Feb 2019

'She's SUCH a Remainer!' Peter Shilton issues damning verdict on Theresa May's Brexit deal  Express

Brexit supporter Peter Shilton criticised the Prime Minister's negotiated agreement with the EU as he branded her a “Remainer” during his first interview on the ...


Some cancer treatment may be delayed post-Brexit - Health Service Journal
19 Feb 2019

Some cancer treatment may be delayed post-Brexit  Health Service Journal

NHS trusts will have “no choice but to prioritise” which patients receive cancer treatment if a no-deal Brexit delays the import of radioisotopes, the Royal College ...


WATCH: 'It's like Pompeii again if Pompeii voted for the volcano' – US TV takes down Brexit - The New European
19 Feb 2019

WATCH: 'It's like Pompeii again if Pompeii voted for the volcano' – US TV takes down Brexit  The New European

One of the best pieces of television analysis surrounding Brexit has not come from the BBC, ITV or Channel 4. It was not even produced for British television.


European regulator recognises London clearing houses, giving thousands of City workers a Brexit reprieve - The Independent
19 Feb 2019

European regulator recognises London clearing houses, giving thousands of City workers a Brexit reprieve  The Independent

A vital part of the City of London supporting tens of thousands of jobs has been spared the worst effects of a cliff-edge Brexit after European regulators ...


You get the heroes you deserve. And Brexit Britain has Gavin Williamson - The Guardian
18 Feb 2019

You get the heroes you deserve. And Brexit Britain has Gavin Williamson  The Guardian

This morning, he plunged into Arctic waters with the Royal Marines.. Journalist and writer Oscar Rickett imagines what's next for our tarantula-bothering defence ...


Britons stockpiling euros as Brexit day draws nearer - The Independent
18 Feb 2019

Britons stockpiling euros as Brexit day draws nearer  The Independent

Britons have been stockpiling euros as the UK's departure from the European Union draws nearer, new figures suggest. Sales of euros have been up on the ...


'We are leaving!' Farage SHUTS DOWN Swedish MEP in fierce Brexit spat - 'We will be FREE' - Express
20 Feb 2019

'We are leaving!' Farage SHUTS DOWN Swedish MEP in fierce Brexit spat - 'We will be FREE'  Express

NIGEL FARAGE snapped at a Swedish MEP during an extremely heated debate as the panellists debated Britain's departure from the European Union.


BREXIT DILEMMA: MPs will vote for Brexit deal ONLY if May steps down - Express.co.uk
17 Feb 2019

BREXIT DILEMMA: MPs will vote for Brexit deal ONLY if May steps down  Express.co.uk

HARDLINE Brexiteers from the Conservative Party's European Research Group (ERG) want Theresa May to stand down as Prime Minister as the price for ...


Looking for love? Why Brexit is the now the number one deal-breaker – especially for Remainers - Telegraph.co.uk
19 Feb 2019

Looking for love? Why Brexit is the now the number one deal-breaker – especially for Remainers  Telegraph.co.uk

Gillian McCallum looks me in the eye with glee and poses the matchmaking world's thorniest question:


What are Brexit contingency plans for aerospace and defence? - The Guardian
18 Feb 2019

What are Brexit contingency plans for aerospace and defence?  The Guardian

With no deal estimated to mean billions of pounds in extra costs, here's what firms are doing.


Florists: Fresh blooms could become preserve of the rich in no-deal Brexit - The Guardian
16 Feb 2019

Florists: Fresh blooms could become preserve of the rich in no-deal Brexit  The Guardian

Independent florists in Cambridge tell how high-cost imports and long border delays would hit their trade.


Brexit: What trade deals has the UK done so far? - BBC News
19 Feb 2019

Brexit: What trade deals has the UK done so far?  BBC News

The UK says it want to replicate the EU's trade agreements "as far as possible".


Brexit: Backstop is 'part and parcel' of the deal, says Michel Barnier - BBC News
30 Jan 2019

Brexit: Backstop is 'part and parcel' of the deal, says Michel Barnier  BBC News

The EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier says the Irish backstop is "part and parcel" of the UK's Brexit deal and will not be renegotiated. Speaking at the ...


UK jobs market defies economy's Brexit slowdown - Reuters UK
19 Feb 2019

UK jobs market defies economy's Brexit slowdown  Reuters UK

British workers' pay growth maintained its fastest pace in a decade in late 2018 and job creation stayed strong, data showed, suggesting the labour market was ...


Brexit: Furious Tories blast 'flowery words' as hopes of a deal compromise grow - Mirror Online
19 Feb 2019

Brexit: Furious Tories blast 'flowery words' as hopes of a deal compromise grow  Mirror Online

EU chiefs met the Brexit Secretary and Attorney General last night for "productive" talks amid hopes of a deal - but Tories fear it'll crash through Theresa May's ...


EY Europe abandons London for Brussels before Brexit - Consultancy.uk
18 Feb 2019

EY Europe abandons London for Brussels before Brexit  Consultancy.uk

Big Four firm EY has announced that it is shifting its legal entity from London to Brussels, ahead of Britain's exit from the European Union.


Trump is terrible, but the sabotage of Brexit will outlast him - The Washington Post
18 Feb 2019

Trump is terrible, but the sabotage of Brexit will outlast him  The Washington Post

For most of my life, Britain and the United States have felt like twins. My country was older and perhaps slightly more sober compared with its bigger, brasher ...


Cost of Brexit to UK economy running at £40bn a year – Bank rate-setter - The Guardian
14 Feb 2019

Cost of Brexit to UK economy running at £40bn a year – Bank rate-setter  The Guardian

The cost of Brexit to the British economy is running at £40bn a year and a damaging no-deal scenario could force an emergency cut in interest rates, according ...


Brexit: UK has rolled over just £16bn out of £117bn trade deals - The Guardian
13 Feb 2019

Brexit: UK has rolled over just £16bn out of £117bn trade deals  The Guardian

The government's push to roll over EU trade deals from which the UK currently benefits has yielded agreements covering only £16bn of the near-£117bn of ...


Brexit news: Ministers 'ready to quit Cabinet' claims Grieve - Express.co.uk
16 Feb 2019

Brexit news: Ministers 'ready to quit Cabinet' claims Grieve  Express.co.uk

A GROUP of Remainer ministers could quit Theresa May's Cabinet if she refuses to delay Brexit which could even bring down the Government, it was claimed ...


BREXIT BOOST: Nigel Farage TAKES CONTROL as 100,000 people join new party in one week - Express.co.uk
18 Feb 2019

BREXIT BOOST: Nigel Farage TAKES CONTROL as 100,000 people join new party in one week  Express.co.uk

NIGEL Farage's new Brexit Party has recruited a massive 100000 members just one week after being registered - and even before the party formally launched or ...


Brexit doubts leave firms 'hung out to dry' - BBC News
12 Feb 2019

Brexit doubts leave firms 'hung out to dry'  BBC News

UK firms have accused the government of leaving them "hung out to dry" in the event of a no-deal Brexit. With less than 50 days until 29 March when the UK is ...


Why all is not as it seems in the politics of Brexit - BBC News
14 Feb 2019

Why all is not as it seems in the politics of Brexit  BBC News

On Thursday, MPs had expected to be heading back to their loved ones at the start of their February half term recess. In the event, they had to *content* ...


Holland trade BALLOONS post-Brexit with financial regulator boosting budget by 10 percent - Express.co.uk
15 Feb 2019

Holland trade BALLOONS post-Brexit with financial regulator boosting budget by 10 percent  Express.co.uk

BREXIT has triggered a business boom in Holland, with Amsterdam gloating the EU member state has acquired so much trade it is pleading with its financial ...


Most shoppers say Brexit has not affected spending habits - The Guardian
19 Feb 2019

Most shoppers say Brexit has not affected spending habits  The Guardian

People in pro-leave areas of Britain have tended not to curb expenditure, finds PwC survey.


How Brexit is making the dream move to France more complicated - The Local France
18 Feb 2019

How Brexit is making the dream move to France more complicated  The Local France

Britons who are looking to move to France are facing a difficult question: should they wait until the Brexit dust has settled and they know what their rights are, ...


REVEALED: Hammond's secret PROJECT KINGFISHER to be rolled out in event of Brexit crisis - Express.co.uk
18 Feb 2019

REVEALED: Hammond's secret PROJECT KINGFISHER to be rolled out in event of Brexit crisis  Express.co.uk

PROJECT Kingfisher, the codename for a secret bailout fund aimed at shielding the British economy, has been initiated by Chancellor Philip Hammond as ...


Brexit warning: No-deal vegetable tariffs could cause 12,400 EXTRA deaths - shock study - Express.co.uk
15 Feb 2019

Brexit warning: No-deal vegetable tariffs could cause 12,400 EXTRA deaths - shock study  Express.co.uk

A STUDY has claimed 12400 people could die as a result of Britain leaving the European Union without a deal.


John Oliver Returns to Explain Brexit on Last Week Tonight - TIME
18 Feb 2019

John Oliver Returns to Explain Brexit on Last Week Tonight  TIME

England is determined to “step firmly down on the rake of history,” John Oliver said on Last Week Tonight.


What effect has Brexit had on the UK economy? - BBC News
10 Feb 2019

What effect has Brexit had on the UK economy?  BBC News

There may still be more than a month to go until Brexit is scheduled to happen, but there has already been some fallout from the decision to leave. Most recently ...


May to return to Brussels in search of Brexit deal - Financial Times
15 Feb 2019

May to return to Brussels in search of Brexit deal  Financial Times

Theresa May will return to Brussels next week to seek revisions to her Brexit deal as she hunts for a compromise to avert an escalation of the Conservative civil ...


Brexit: High risk of UK crashing out - EU negotiator - BBC News
28 Jan 2019

Brexit: High risk of UK crashing out - EU negotiator  BBC News

There is a high risk of the UK crashing out of the EU without a deal by accident, the EU's deputy chief negotiator Sabine Weyand has said. She said there was ...


German think tank calls for EU to make Brexit concessions - BBC News
13 Feb 2019

German think tank calls for EU to make Brexit concessions  BBC News

The EU should offer the UK concessions over Brexit, a leading German economic think tank has told the BBC. The boss of the IFO Institute said steps should be ...


The EU and UK are one sentence away from a Brexit deal. Why the games? - Spectator.co.uk
16 Feb 2019

The EU and UK are one sentence away from a Brexit deal. Why the games?  Spectator.co.uk

Even the most fervent Brexiteer would have to admit to being impressed at the cohesion and chutzpah of the European Union negotiating team. Michel Barnier…


Brexit healthcare worries for Brits in Spain - BBC News
13 Feb 2019

Brexit healthcare worries for Brits in Spain  BBC News

British nationals who have retired to EU countries may no longer have their healthcare costs covered by the NHS in the event of a no-deal Brexit and many are ...


Brexit: Theresa May 'determined' to leave EU in March - BBC News
03 Feb 2019

Brexit: Theresa May 'determined' to leave EU in March  BBC News

The PM says she is returning to Brussels with a "*fresh* mandate" to renegotiate her deal with the EU.


Government defeat in Brexit vote - BBC News
14 Feb 2019

Government defeat in Brexit vote  BBC News

The government is defeated in the Commons on a Brexit motion by a majority of 45 votes.


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