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As UK foreign secretary Boris Johnson prepares to meet his Irish equivalent, we want your views on the question of a hard or ‘frictionless’ border as Brexit negotiations continue

Great Britain

Theresa May to talk Brexit with EU chief Donald Tusk

<b>Theresa May is to hold Brexit discussions with the president of the EU Council as the UK seeks to move talks on to a new trade deal.</b><p>The prime minister and Donald Tusk will meet in Gothenburg on Friday, Mr Tusk's spokesman said on Twitter.<p>The EU has so far refused to discuss the "future …

Dutch parliament says a no-deal Brexit is suddenly thinkable and blames Britain’s ‘unrealistic expectations’<p>The Netherlands must prepare for a chaotic, no-deal Brexit, the Dutch parliament’s European affairs committee has said, in a strongly worded report blaming the stalled exit talks on Britain’s …

Europe

EU citizens keep immigration rights in UK, court rules

<b>EU nationals who become British citizens do not lose the right to bring a foreign-born spouse to the UK, the European Court of Justice has ruled.</b><p>London's High Court referred the case of an Algerian man, who lived in the UK with his wife, but who British authorities were trying to deport.<p>His wife …

May’s Flagship Brexit Bill Is Back in Parliament. What Happens Now?

Theresa May’s flagship European Union Withdrawal Bill returns to the House of Commons Tuesday for detailed examination -- its so-called Committee …

EU nationals still allowed to bring foreign partners to UK despite Government ruling, European court rules

EU nationals who gain British citizenship retain their right to bring a spouse to the UK from overseas, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has …

United Kingdom

Britain accelerates Brexit plans, talks also to speed up

© Reuters. Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May leaves 10 Downing Street in London<p>By Elizabeth Piper and Tatiana Jancarikova<p>LONDON/BRATISLAVA …

David Davis: Brexit withdrawal agreement will probably favor EU

LONDON — The U.K.’s withdrawal agreement with the EU will “probably favor the Union,” Brexit Secretary David Davis said Tuesday.<p>In a candid …

United Kingdom

Fox says hopes to confirm EU trade deals with countries before Brexit

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The Truth About the 10 Biggest Brexit Myths (of the Moment)

It’s been seven months since the U.K. triggered the two-year countdown to Britain’s exit from the European Union, but the path to Brexit remains …

Why Ireland Might Have To Leave The EU Too

At some point the people of Ireland are going to have to choose between Britain and the EU. There are plenty of reasons why they might go with …

We now have evidence that Theresa May triggered Article 50 before she understood exactly how it works

LONDON — The narrative surrounding Prime Minister Theresa May right now says that her government is defined by the strategic error she made on April 18, 2017, when she called for a snap election in June, believing she would increase her majority in the House of Commons and crush Jeremy Corbyn's …

The eurozone’s central bank has halved the pace of its money-printing programme, and extended it for another nine months<p>Summary: Mario Draghi’s press conference<br>• NEWSFLASH: ECB has cuts its stimulus programme<br>• QE will run until at least September 2018<p>Earlier:<p>NEWSFLASH: UK retail sales balance …

Economics

Crazy idea: perhaps the people who think Brexit is a disaster are right

The Brexit elite should at least consider the possibility that the United Kingdom's exit from the European Union will end in tears.<p>When I was at …

Catalonia: Reactions from the European Parliament

At the European Parliament in Brussels, members were trying to make sense of what was emanating from Catalonia.<p>Philippe Lamberts, from the Belgian Greens:<p>“Dialogue is what we need. Some space was created for it when the Catalan Prime Minister Puigdemont refrained from unilaterally declaring …

Europe

Czech Election: Another Blow to the EU?

Parliamentary elections in the Czech Republic on Oct. 20-21 could deal a double blow to the EU project. The next Czech government is likely to be a …

Europe

What the E.U. must confront if it wants to survive

<i>Want smart analysis of the most important news in your inbox every weekday along with other global reads, interesting ideas and opinions to know? Sign up for the Today's WorldView newsletter.</i><p>At first glance, the European Union appears to be back on track. Election results in places such as Britain …

Austria’s Rightward Swing Marks Accelerated Political Shifts In Europe

On Sunday, Austria became the latest European country to hold national elections amid a nationalist rival and a migrant crisis that is heading into …

Europeans more positive about EU, survey shows

Inversely, 48 percent said they felt their voice did not count. This was the lowest in eight years.<p>The study was carried out by Kantar Public, which …

'They don't have a choice:' Dion on why Europe must accept immigration

The question of how to deal with waves of migrants and refugees in Europe comes up almost as often as the matter of dealing with U.S. President …

European Union

Why the European Union's hands are tied over Catalonia

In recent weeks, the dispute over Catalonia’s quest for independence from Spain has captivated the attention of many parts of the world.<p>There is …

Europe

Italian regions of Lombardy and Veneto to vote on autonomy

As the Catalan crisis continues to rattle Spain, we turn our attention to Italy. On Sunday, 16 million Italians in the northern Lombardy and Veneto regions will vote in a non-binding referendum on greater autonomy from Rome. Since the 1990s, the battle for independence in these regions has been a …

[Opinion] Never mind 'hard Brexit', let's talk 'hard remain'

The position of UK prime minister Theresa May seems to be more and more tenuous.<p>As her voice falters, the chorus of her critics is growing louder on …

Germany and Denmark seek to prolong border checks

De Maziere said the controls will continue due to "a considerable amount of illegal migration."<p>European Commission spokeswoman Natasha Bertaud told …

Briefing: the legal status of EU citizens in the UK

Summary The Home Office has hardened its position on EU citizens who are living in the UK but who do not...The post Briefing: the legal status of EU …

United Kingdom

Man tipped for European commission president job says Brexit has shown political leaders the risks of fuelling anti-EU sentiment<p>Rising Euroscepticism and domestic political point-scoring pose an existential threat to the EU, according to the man tipped to replace Jean-Claude Juncker as president of …

Europe

Britain may find it hard to escape the European Court of Justice - Charlemagne

CharlemagneBritain may find it hard to escape the European Court of Justice<p>THE European Court of Justice (ECJ), a stately place populated by robed …

Europe

France's Le Pen says people no longer want the EU | Reuters

LILLE (Reuters) - The European Union will die because the people do not want it anymore, French far-right leader Marine Le Pen told a rally on Sunday, saying it would be replaced by a “Europe of the people.”<p>Marine Le Pen, French National Front (FN) political party leader and candidate for French …

'Now or never' for Europe, French think tank warns | Reuters

BERLIN (Reuters) - The leaders of France and Germany must use the window of opportunity that opens up after elections in both countries to inject new momentum into their single currency project or risk its failure, a leading French think tank warned on Monday.<p>The famous euro sign landmark is …

EU should aim to keep 'close relationship' with post-Brexit Britain, says German economy minister

The European Union should aim to maintain close ties with Britain after Brexit, the German vice-chancellor said on Thursday.<p>In comments that will encourage hopes that Germany could be prepared to broker a soft Brexit deal and access to the single market, Sigmar Gabriel said the EU should “do …

United Kingdom