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Wales isolates Nicola Sturgeon over EU powers after Brexit - The Guardian
24 Apr 2018


The Guardian

Wales isolates Nicola Sturgeon over EU powers after Brexit
The Guardian
The Welsh government has left Nicola Sturgeon unexpectedly isolated after agreeing to sign a controversial deal with UK ministers over the sharing of EU powers after Brexit. Mark Drakeford, the Welsh finance secretary, said significant concessions the ...
No Scots Brexit powers deal despite UK-Welsh agreementBBC News
Welsh and UK governments agree Brexit bill dealBBC News
Nicola Sturgeon left 'utterly isolated' after Welsh do Brexit Bill dealTelegraph.co.uk
Express.co.uk -The Scotsman -The Times
all 37 news articles »


UK liable for 'divorce bill' even with no Brexit trade deal – NAO chief - The Guardian
24 Apr 2018


The Guardian

UK liable for 'divorce bill' even with no Brexit trade deal – NAO chief
The Guardian
The UK will have to pay its Brexit “divorce bill” of up to £39bn even if no agreement is reached on a future trade deal with the EU, the head of Whitehall's spending watchdog has said. The head of the National Audit Office (NAO), Sir Amyas Morse, said ...
UK 'bound to pay Brexit bill' even if trade talks failRTE.ie
May's Brexit promises dealt a blow as the Government's spending watchdog says Britain will still have to pay the ...Daily Mail

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Theresa May's post-Brexit customs plan for EU is 'completely cretinous', Jacob Rees-Mogg says - The Independent
24 Apr 2018


The Independent

Theresa May's post-Brexit customs plan for EU is 'completely cretinous', Jacob Rees-Mogg says
The Independent
He also claimed the House of Lords against further revolts over Brexit, saying: “I think their lordships are playing with fire and it would be a shame to burn down a historic house.” Brexiteer criticism of the customs partnership idea has been growing ...
Brexit: May's 'customs partnership' idea cretinous, says Rees-MoggBBC News
Rees-Mogg: Peers risk 'burning down' House of Lords by thwarting BrexitSky News
Theresa May lacks 'enthusiasm' for Brexit and her plans for a customs partnership are 'completely cretinous' says ...Telegraph.co.uk
The Guardian (blog) -The Sun
all 43 news articles »


App for EU citizens Brexit registration won't work on iPhones, Government admits - The Independent
24 Apr 2018


The Independent

App for EU citizens Brexit registration won't work on iPhones, Government admits
The Independent
A mobile app developed by the Government to let EU nationals register for settled status ahead of Brexit will not work on iPhones, Home Office officials have admitted. The revelation that the software would only function on Android phones came at a ...
'Beyond belief': Brexit app for EU nationals won't work on iPhonesThe Guardian
Swipe right to remain? UK Brexit app leaves EU lawmakers waryReuters
App for EU citizens to get UK residency after Brexit won't work on Apple phones, admits Home OfficeTelegraph.co.uk
euronews
all 17 news articles »


Brexit weekly briefing: customs union fast becoming the big issue - The Guardian
24 Apr 2018


The Guardian

Brexit weekly briefing: customs union fast becoming the big issue
The Guardian
Unfortunately, business would like a customs union. So would Labour, the Irish government (because it would help solve that pesky border problem) and the EU, which again rejected the UK's Irish border proposals – and added that Brexit talks could still ...
EU negotiator Barnier says 'more clarity' is still needed from UK on BrexitSky News
Brexit: UK holding up talks with lack of clarity, Michel Barnier saysThe Independent
A critical showdown on Brexit loomsFinancial Times
Express.co.uk -Bloomberg -BBC News
all 337 news articles »


Brexit negotiators 'handed EU power to freeze UK out of Galileo satellite project', despite Theresa May's protest - The Independent
24 Apr 2018


The Independent

Brexit negotiators 'handed EU power to freeze UK out of Galileo satellite project', despite Theresa May's protest
The Independent
Britain handed the EU the power to freeze UK companies out of its lucrative Galileo satellite navigation project, MPs have concluded, in a major embarrassment for Theresa May. Under the planned Brexit transition deal – agreed by both parties – Brussels ...
UK set for Brexit clash as Brussels shoots down plan for City to access EU marketsTelegraph.co.uk
EU damps hopes of bespoke post-Brexit financial deal for UKFinancial Times
Banks Told by EU to Fix Their $134 Trillion Brexit HeadacheBloomberg
Express.co.uk -Reuters
all 60 news articles »


The Guardian view on the EU customs union: the start of the Brexit crunch - The Guardian
24 Apr 2018


BBC News

The Guardian view on the EU customs union: the start of the Brexit crunch
The Guardian
As so often in the Brexit process, the government's approach is to continue to kick the can down the proverbial road. But the end of the road is in sight. With local elections due next week, the Conservatives have imposed a light whip on their MPs ...
Global group The Elders reveal Brexit fears for agreementBBC News
Brexit Department sorry after David Davis' unannounced Irish border visitBelfast Telegraph
'Carving out' North from UK post-Brexit an 'absolute deal breaker'Irish Times
Telegraph.co.uk -BreakingNews.ie -Twitter
all 55 news articles »


Hard Brexit would mean more and cheaper British fish – but there's ... - The Guardian
24 Apr 2018


The Guardian

Hard Brexit would mean more and cheaper British fish – but there's ...
The Guardian
Exclusive: Taking back control of UK waters would lower the price of British-caught fish, new analysis shows – but most of the fish we eat is imported.
In Brexit Vote, Town's Nostalgia for Seafaring Past Muddied Its FutureNew York Times

all 2 news articles »


Rolls-Royce mulls European move as Brexit deal worries grow - Telegraph.co.uk
23 Apr 2018


Telegraph.co.uk

Rolls-Royce mulls European move as Brexit deal worries grow
Telegraph.co.uk
Rolls-Royce is preparing to relocate the “signing off” of British-made airliner engines to Europe, as the EU aviation authority will hold the right to certify they are safe to fly in the event of a hard Brexit.
Rolls-Royce considers 'technical' Brexit switch - Sky NewsSky News
Rolls-Royce Plans Brexit Workaround to Maintain Engine ...Bloomberg

all 11 news articles »


LGBT rights are on the line today in the government's Brexit bill - The Independent
23 Apr 2018


The Independent

LGBT rights are on the line today in the government's Brexit bill
The Independent
A watershed moment will take place today in the House of Lords. Peers will, in effect, vote on whether to shrink human rights protection in the UK. This is because the government wants to discard the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights as part of its ...


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