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Brexit: Loss of EHIC 'to stop thousands of Britons with long-term illnesses taking holidays abroad'

Jeremy Hunt has been urged to intervene in Brexit talks to stop British people from losing their right to free healthcare on the continent – amid …

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Brexit may exclude UK from the EU's GPS satellite program

Europe plans to exclude the UK from its GPS-like Galileo satellite program because of Brexit, and Britain isn't happy about it. In a letter to the UK …

NHS will be 'decimated' as Theresa May's £50bn Brexit gamble is revealed

Brexit will “decimate” the NHS and other public services an MP has claimed after the much-leaked full Commons assessment was finally published.<p>The …

U.K. Judge Blocks Attempt to Force Release of Brexit Papers

<i>Follow</i> <i>@Brexit on Twitter, join our Facebook group and sign up to our Brexit Bulletin.</i><p>A U.K. judge blocked an attempt by an anti-Brexit group to force …

May rudert bei Bleiberecht zurück

<b>Erst hatte Premierministerin May allen EU-Bürgern nach dem Brexit volles Bleiberecht in Aussicht gestellt - jetzt schränkt sie dies ein: Wer in der</b> …

Weltnachrichten

Brexit Update

<b>Die Übergangsphase verschafft nur eine vorübergehende Atempause</b><p>IHK-Checkliste für Unternehmen<p>Am 30. März 2019 verlassen die Briten die Europäische …

Weltnachrichten

Brexit slideshow looks more like a disaster movie

Brexit

Der BREXIT aus europäischer Sicht

Liest man die internationalen Kommentare zum britischen Referendum über einen Austritt aus der EU, gewinnt man den Eindruck einer herrschenden …

Weltnachrichten

Brexit

11th May 2018<p>Issue 40 of the IIEA Brexit Brief notes the current state of play in the Brexit talks and collates relevant news from Ireland, the UK …

United Kingdom

Theresa May, the outsider

VALLETTA — EU leaders gathered at today’s Malta summit have seen a vision of the future.<p>Everything about Theresa May’s approach to the summit, and …

Donald Trump

Brexit: Angela Merkel's senior economic adviser says Theresa May's plan is impossible

German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s senior adviser has warned that Theresa May’s proposed Brexit plan is impossible.<p>Ms May used a speech on Tuesday to …

Prepare for new surge in hate crimes against EU citizens, says EHRC

UK human rights watchdog says police should be prepared for backlash against EU citizens when article 50 is triggered<p>Britain should prepare for a fresh spike in hate crimes against EU citizens when the article 50 process triggering Brexit begins, the human rights watchdog has said.<p>David Isaac, …

Hate Crimes

I Want, I Want, I Want

Theresa May wanted to show a friendly yet tough face to her country's European allies. But her Brexit speech showed one thing above all: The British …

Hard Brexit 'could rip country apart', Sadiq Khan warns

<b>A hard Brexit "could rip Britain apart", London's mayor is to warn.</b><p>Prime Minister Theresa May has said the country "cannot possibly" remain within the single market as that would mean "not leaving the EU at all".<p>But Sadiq Khan believes that access to the single market is "critical" for London, and …

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Brexit: HSBC may move 20% of its London banking operations to Paris, chief executive Stuart Gulliver says

HSBC chief executive Stuart Gulliver said trading operations that generate about 20 per cent of revenue for the lender’s investment bank in London …

Brexit: UBS's chief Andrea Orcel says the bank 'will definitely' have to move jobs from London

Andrea Orcel, the president of UBS’s investment bank, has said that the Swiss bank will “definitively move” some of its staff from London to a …

EU citizens in the UK: what did you make of May's Brexit speech?

We want to hear from EU citizens living in Britain and UK citizens living in Europe as the PM rules out membership of the single market<p>Theresa May’s speech on Brexit on Tuesday confirmed that Britain will be leaving the single market, interpreting UK control over EU migration as a key demand by …

United Kingdom

May's Brexit speech: Sturgeon says second referendum 'undoubtedly' closer

<b>Nicola Sturgeon said that plans to take the UK out of the EU's single market brought a second Scottish independence referendum "undoubtedly" closer.</b><p>The first minister was speaking after Prime Minister Theresa May outlined her government's thinking on Brexit.<p>Ms Sturgeon, in a BBC interview, agreed …

As it happened: Theresa May in Davos - BBC News

Live Reporting<p>Alex Hunt<p>BBC News<p>A guide to plans for the UK to leave the European Union, after the 2016 referendum.<p>Amol Rajan<p>Media editor<p>The businessman who bankrolled the Brexit campaign reveals his latest venture to shake up the political landscape.<p>Here's a round-up of today's top stories in …

Netherlands 'will block UK-EU deal without tax avoidance measures'

Trade agreement would have to include strict rules to prevent Britain becoming offshore haven, Dutch deputy PM says<p>The Netherlands will block any EU trade deal with the UK unless it signs up to tough tax avoidance regulations preventing it from becoming an attractive offshore haven for …

Europe

How has the economy fared since the Brexit vote?

<b>With Theresa May about to trigger Article 50 and the UK set to start two years of Brexit negotiations with the rest of the EU, how is the country's economy doing?</b><p>Before the referendum last June, many economists produced gloomy forecasts which have since been proved wrong. Consumers' confidence has …

Lord Lawson calls for 'clean Brexit' in which Britain quits single market and customs union

Theresa May must negotiate a “clean Brexit” which sees Britain quit both the single market and the customs union, a former Tory chancellor says.<p>Lord Lawson has written a foreword to a paper by Gerard Lyons, former chief economic adviser to Boris Johnson, and economist Liam Halligan, which calls for …

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The case for farming subsidies after Brexit

George Monbiot makes many good points (Farmers fear life outside the EU, but it could mean a rebirth for rural Britain, 11 January), including free markets’ impact on small farmers whose incomes fall in times of plenty. He could have said more on food security. Climate change, including gas escapes …

Agriculture

Europeans in Nottingham Talk Brexit

Alexandra came to the UK from Greece in 2003 to further her education. Shortly after arriving, she started a postgraduate course in drama therapy, …

University of London

Paris seeing interest from Brexit-fleeing firms - French central bank | Reuters

PARIS (Reuters) - The Bank of France is seeing serious interest from international firms looking to boost their activities in Paris following Britain’s Brexit decision, the French central bank’s governor said on Thursday.<p>The financial district of La Defense is seen at dusk near Paris, France, …

Central Banks

Brexit contributes to backup appliance sales fall

Pockets of growth in Europe fail to prevent overall declineEMEA geography purpose-built backup appliance sales shrank 9 per cent annually in the …

Eastern Europe

NATCEN Social Research that works for society

Understanding the Leave vote<p>Researchers: Kirby Swales<p>Published: December 2016<p>A high-level overview of why we voted to leave the EU, drawing on …

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Business should assume a hard Brexit

Are the aims of the UK prime minister on the outcome of the forthcoming negotiations on Brexit obscure? The gyrations of the foreign currency markets …

A Welsh Labour MP wants your help to get Theresa May to delay triggering Brexit talks

A Welsh MP has launched a last-ditch bid to delay the triggering of formal talks to leave the EU and ensure the people of the UK get to vote on the …

Brexit: Minister hints at £1,000 fee for EU workers

<b>Companies could be charged to hire skilled workers from the European Union after Brexit, Immigration Minister Robert Goodwill has suggested.</b><p>A £1,000 immigration "skills charge" is being brought in this April for firms recruiting workers from outside the EU.<p>Mr Goodwill told peers a similar levy for …

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