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UK is confusing the EU over Brexit, says Corbyn after meeting Barnier

Labour leader says he told chief EU negotiator step-by-step how he would reboot talks as PM in 80-minute meetingEuropean leaders are bemused and confused by Britains attitude towards the Brexit negotiations, according to Jeremy Corbyn, who met Michel Barnier and three continental prime ministers on his visit to Brussels. The

Brexit talks: UK must prepare to leave without deal, say ex-ministers

Conservatives write to Theresa May urging her to walk away from talks if EU27 continue refusing to discuss future tradeThe UK will inevitably leave the EU without a deal and businesses should start preparing for trade on World Trade Organisation terms, the former cabinet minister Owen Paterson has said. Paterson,

Heres How a No-Deal Brexit Could Create Chaos in Your Daily Life

The U.K. government has stepped up its rhetoric about the chances that Britain could crash out of the European Union without any agreement to bring order to the divorce. If the two sides can’t reach a deal, companies will suddenly find themselves outside the rules, regulations and free-trading arrangements that they

U.K.s Gateway to Europe Braces for 17-Mile Brexit Backup

Every day, as many as 10,000 trucks rumble through the Port of Dover, whose towering white cliffs face continental Europe across the narrowest stretch of the English Channel. Rigs loaded with French cheese, German car parts, and other European goods roll off ferries and onto British highways, while trucks hauling Scotch whisky

Theresa May refuses to say if she would vote for Brexit in fresh poll

Prime minister repeatedly avoids question during radio phone-in where she struggles to give clear answers on Brexit issuesTheresa May has refused to say if she would vote for Brexit if another referendum were held today, saying instead she would have to weigh up the evidence before deciding what to do

Banks Brexit Moving Costs Are Seen Topping $500 Million Each

Banks poised to channel hundreds—if not thousands—of employees out of the U.K. expect their Brexit bills to reach $500 million or more, according to people with knowledge of firms’ contingency planning.Costs are climbing in part as they find it more difficult than anticipated to persuade reluctant Londoners to move abroad

Spanish ambassador to UK calls Catalan referendum a coup detat

Carlos Bastarreche warns Catalan governments move will have serious implications for European stabilityThe Spanish ambassador to the UK, Carlos Bastarreche, has claimed that Europe is watching a slow-motion, low-cost coup detat by the Catalan government. He also urged the British people to disregard David Camerons decision to grant an independence

Brexit talks could take months to progress to next phase, says Barnier

EUs chief negotiator says UK must agree to honour financial commitments before talks on future relations can proceedThe Brexit negotiations could be in a stalemate for months unless the UK agrees to honour all its financial commitments, the EUs chief negotiator has suggested at the end of the latest round

Brexit Drags U.K. Below Turkey and Poland in Expatriate Ranking

The U.K. dropped behind Poland, South Africa and Turkey to 35th in HSBC Holdings Plc’s annual rankings by expatriates as Brexit drained confidence in the country’s political and economic prospects.The U.K. fell 13 places from 2016 and was the only Group of Seven nation to see its score decline, according to

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