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Brexit: David Davis writes last minute letter to Tory MPs in attempt to prevent EU withdrawal bill defeat - The Independent
13 Dec 2017


The Independent

Brexit: David Davis writes last minute letter to Tory MPs in attempt to prevent EU withdrawal bill defeat
The Independent
The consequences would be grave for Theresa May, a day before the EU summit to confirm “sufficient progress” for the withdrawal talks to move onto future trade, stoking fears among EU leaders that she is too weak to deliver on Brexit. Early today ...
Tory rebels accuse Government of being 'deaf' to Brexit concerns as Commons showdown loomsTelegraph.co.uk
Two positive things about BrexitFinancial Times
May says amendment for meaningful vote on EU deal rejected as it could delay Brexit legislation - Politics liveThe Guardian (blog)
BBC News -Sky News -Bloomberg -The Guardian
all 146 news articles »


Merkel ally says Brexit talks have raised UK support for second referendum - The Guardian
13 Dec 2017


The Guardian

Merkel ally says Brexit talks have raised UK support for second referendum
The Guardian
“The British people realise that Brexit means losing many things, but not gaining anything.” The German MEP suggested that the latest twist in the Brexit negotiations showed that, unlike for previous generations, when Ireland was dictated to by the UK ...
Brexit agreement to be made into legally binding treaty before trade talks beginThe Independent
SHOCK as Daily Express discovers Brexit is badNew Statesman
Barnier: EU will not accept any Brexit deal that undermines 'four freedoms'Financial Times
POLITICO.eu -Express.co.uk -Reuters -The Guardian
all 127 news articles »


Labour will have to make a choice on Brexit, and soon - The Guardian
13 Dec 2017


The Guardian

Labour will have to make a choice on Brexit, and soon
The Guardian
The party fought the June election with a manifesto that was explicitly but not ostentatiously pro-Brexit, and a campaign that steered debate elsewhere. Labour reassured leavers in its traditional heartland seats that it would not undo the referendum ...
With inflation running at 3.1 per cent, Brexit is squeezing our living standardsNew Statesman
'It isn't about you!' Chuka Umunna BLASTED by Sky host over Corbyn's Brexit strategyExpress.co.uk

all 145 news articles »


Banks set to move fewer than 4600 City jobs over Brexit - Financial Times
13 Dec 2017


Financial Times

Banks set to move fewer than 4600 City jobs over Brexit
Financial Times
The UK's biggest international banks are set to move fewer than 4,600 jobs from London in preparation for Brexit — just 6 per cent of their total workforce in the financial centre — according to Financial Times research. The FT analysis contrasts ...

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Theresa May 'dancing to EU's tune' over Brexit, says Farage - BBC News
13 Dec 2017


BBC News

Theresa May 'dancing to EU's tune' over Brexit, says Farage
BBC News
The UK has "danced to the EU's tune" during the Brexit negotiations, former UKIP leader Nigel Farage has claimed. In a debate in Strasbourg, he called the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, "Theresa the appeaser", saying she had "given in on ...
Brexit will have to be fought all over again, warns Nigel Farage in fiery debate with MEPsTelegraph.co.uk
'Theresa the Appeaser has given in on virtually everything!' Farage rages at PM's Brexit divorce deal as MEPs sign ...Daily Mail

all 8 news articles »


Scottish fishermen say EU is taking 'hardline' quotas stance pre-Brexit - The Guardian
13 Dec 2017


The Guardian

Scottish fishermen say EU is taking 'hardline' quotas stance pre-Brexit
The Guardian
Scottish fishermen have raised concerns that the EU is adopting a hardline stance over quotas as a prelude to Brexit negotiations. Annual negotiations over fishing quotas – expected to be the penultimate talks the UK participates in before leaving the ...
2018 fishing quotas agreed - but Brexit muddies watersEUobserver
Brexit: Latest EU fishing deal is worth £750m to UK fishermeniNews

all 87 news articles »


Donald Tusk calls Brexit talks a furious race against time - BBC News
12 Dec 2017


BBC News

Donald Tusk calls Brexit talks a furious race against time
BBC News
The UK and the EU face a "furious race against time" to finalise Brexit talks before March 2019, the head of the European Council says. Donald Tusk urged EU leaders to show unity as they try to negotiate what the future relationship will look like and ...
EU Offers UK Carrot, Warning Over Breaking Brexit PromisesBloomberg
Brexit: European Parliament chief condemns 'unacceptable' David Davis remarks as backlash growsThe Independent
The UK's misconceived Brexit policy is not bindingFinancial Times
The Guardian -Telegraph.co.uk -Sky News
all 3,292 news articles »


What can we learn from the latest Brexit deal? Brexit Means ... podcast - The Guardian
13 Dec 2017


The Guardian

What can we learn from the latest Brexit deal? Brexit Means ... podcast
The Guardian
We learned three key things from from Friday's Brexit events. The first is that Theresa May has squared the circle that we've been talking about all year on this podcast. She did this by caving in. Her red lines on the financial settlement, the ...


Brexit: MPs demand close nuclear regulatory co-operation with Euratom after leaving EU - The Independent
13 Dec 2017


The Independent

Brexit: MPs demand close nuclear regulatory co-operation with Euratom after leaving EU
The Independent
Britain should retain as a close as possible a relationship with the European civil nuclear regulator after Brexit, a Commons committee has demanded ahead of a crucial vote on the issue. MPs on the committee warn that the impacts of leaving Euratom ...
MPs seek close ties to Euratom post-Brexit to avoid nuclear disruptionSky News

all 14 news articles »


Democracy undermined on all sides as Brexit starts to take shape - The Guardian
12 Dec 2017


The Guardian

Democracy undermined on all sides as Brexit starts to take shape
The Guardian
As you report (May accepts demands for greater scrutiny of Brexit laws, 12 December), the prime minister has agreed to set up a new “sifting” committee to identify whether changes made by the sweeping delegated legislation in the EU withdrawal bill ...


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