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‘Just get on and LEAVE the EU!’ Peter Bone calls on PM to deliver Brexit ‘NOW’ – Express.co.uk


Express.co.uk

'Just get on and LEAVE the EU!' Peter Bone calls on PM to deliver Brexit 'NOW'
Express.co.uk
The MP for Wellingborough prompted the Prime Minister to tell the Commons during her first Prime Minister's Questions since the snap election she will prioritise Brexit above everything thing else. Mr Bone, addressing his fellow MPs, quoted the British

Posted on 28 June 2017 | 2:43 pm

UK risks becoming ‘dumping ground’ for plastic after Brexit – The Guardian


The Guardian

UK risks becoming 'dumping ground' for plastic after Brexit
The Guardian
The UK risks becoming the “dirty man of Europe” after Brexit with no plan to deal with the millions of plastic bottles dumped by consumers every week, according to politicians and leading environmental campaigners.

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Posted on 28 June 2017 | 1:22 pm

Theresa May’s cabinet starts to split over Brexit – Financial Times


Financial Times

Theresa May's cabinet starts to split over Brexit
Financial Times
When Theresa May became prime minister last year, she quickly established a strong grip on her cabinet, permitting little dissent between ministers on Brexit policy. Now, after a major setback at the general election, her authority has been damaged
Brexit Bulletin: Trouble at the TopBloomberg
Philip Hammond at odds with David Davis over Brexit transitionThe Guardian
Theresa May's cabinet is beginning to tear itself apart over BrexitBusiness Insider UK
euronews –The Independent –BBC News
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Posted on 28 June 2017 | 1:07 pm

Leader: Labour and the Brexit debacle – New Statesman


Leader: Labour and the Brexit debacle
New Statesman
In the year since a narrow majority of people voted to leave the European Union, the Brexit project has not aged well. Theresa May's appeal to the electorate to “strengthen” her hand in negotiations was humiliatingly rejected in the general election

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Posted on 28 June 2017 | 1:02 pm

The British people were promised an easy Brexit, not a nightmarishly complex one – iNews


iNews

The British people were promised an easy Brexit, not a nightmarishly complex one
iNews
One of the enduring myths amongst the political and media elites of Westminster is that the argument over Brexit is won or lost by polemic and emotion alone. Fire must be fought with fire. That may well be true of convinced pro Europeans such as myself
Brexit MUST put economy first, US federal reserve saysExpress.co.uk

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Posted on 28 June 2017 | 12:58 pm

EU unveils plan for post-Brexit budget revamp – POLITICO.eu


POLITICO.eu

EU unveils plan for post-Brexit budget revamp
POLITICO.eu
If budgets are a government's purest expression of values and priorities, Brexit will likely force the EU to issue a whole new mission statement, including potentially steep cuts, the bloc's budget chief, Günther Oettinger, warned Wednesday. In the
Brexit set to blow hole in common EU budget, Brussels warnsFinancial Times
Brexit bill boost: Brussels 'doesn't have a leg to stand on' with £88bn demand say lawyersExpress.co.uk

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Posted on 28 June 2017 | 12:16 pm

Theresa May’s rhetorical double-bind over Brexit – Financial Times


Financial Times

Theresa May's rhetorical double-bind over Brexit
Financial Times
“Of course the door remains open,” Emmanuel Macron, France's president, told UK Prime Minister Theresa May publicly not long ago, “always open, until the Brexit negotiations come to an end”. Here is what you could call a deadly display of public …

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Posted on 28 June 2017 | 11:36 am

Who paid for the leave vote? Brexit should be halted until we know – The Guardian


The Guardian

Who paid for the leave vote? Brexit should be halted until we know
The Guardian
Though I am a lukewarm European – a Eurosceptic remainer – it now seems clear that the credibility of our political system demands that Brexit should be halted until the means by which the result was obtained have been thoroughly investigated, ideally
The New Statesman Cover | The Brexit PlagueNew Statesman
England, you wanted Brexit so you can pay for itSpectator.co.uk (blog)
DUP to demand £460m in tax cuts to keep Theresa May in power after BrexitTelegraph.co.uk
Slate Magazine (blog)
all 1,124 news articles »

Posted on 28 June 2017 | 6:00 am

German businesses plan for Brexit blow – Financial Times


Financial Times

German businesses plan for Brexit blow
Financial Times
Most German companies are still trying to figure out what Brexit means for them, but one effect is already making itself felt: those engaged in everything from energy and telecoms to automobiles and aerospace are finding it harder to send staff on
'That's what we need' German Ambassador tells Brits to learn German as 'act of friendship'Express.co.uk
The German ambassador has admitted Brexit isn't “top of the agenda” for his countryThe New European
Future of the EU-27 is priority in Brexit negotiations, Merkel saysReuters

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Posted on 28 June 2017 | 4:02 am

Newspaper headlines: ‘May’s top team splits over Brexit’ – BBC News


BBC News

Newspaper headlines: 'May's top team splits over Brexit'
BBC News
Image caption The Times says splits have emerged at the top of government after Brexit Secretary David Davis and Chancellor Philip Hammond set out alternative timetables for leaving the EU, with different timings for new customs arrangements, while Mr …

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Posted on 28 June 2017 | 12:25 am

Brexit – BingNews

UK reveals plans for EU citizens after Brexit

“EU citizens make an invaluable contribution to our United Kingdom – to our economy, our public services and our everyday lives”, May told legislators. A two-year “grace period” after Brexit will allow those with less than five years’ residence to secure …

Posted on 28 June 2017 | 8:55 am

British citizens in EU fear being ‘sacrificial lambs’ post-Brexit

They have renewed calls on the UK to reciprocate the proposals made by the EU rather than continue with the plan unveiled by Ms May in the House of Commons on Monday. “If she is proposing to limit rights and freedoms in any way, then we deserve to know …

Posted on 28 June 2017 | 8:52 am

The British people were promised an easy Brexit, not a nightmarishly complex one

It was all very British: understated, polite, yet uncompromising. “Thank you for all you’ve done for us, dear, but I really think it’s time we move on. I know you don’t like Brexit, I didn’t vote for it either, but I just think we’d better make …

Posted on 28 June 2017 | 8:49 am

Brexit set to blow hole in common EU budget, Brussels warns

Brexit risks stretching the EU’s common budget to breaking point, Brussels warned as it braces for a clash with member states by setting out ideas to plug the financial gap. Tapping money that the European Central Bank makes from issuing currency, and …

Posted on 28 June 2017 | 8:49 am

A year after the Brexit referendum… the dust begins to settle but…

LacPatrick processes 620 million litres of milk annually, of which 500 million litres comes from Northern farmers. Some of this is used by manufacturers of infant formula for the Chinese market. “There is a potential regulatory issue,” says D’Arcy.

Posted on 28 June 2017 | 8:39 am

Travel barriers after Brexit risk a return to “medieval age”

The travel industry risks going back to the “medieval age” if its demands are not met when Britain leaves the European Union, tour operator Thomas Cook’s chief executive said on Wednesday. Peter Fankhauser said Europe must have a single aviation …

Posted on 28 June 2017 | 7:58 am

Brexit: Ex-EU Judge Accuses Brussels of ‘Imperialism’ as Negotiations Stumble

As negotiations in Brussels stumble on the question of EU migrants and the European Court’s powers over Britain after Brexit, a former judge has accused the bloc of “judicial imperialism”. Franklin Dehousse, a Belgian professor of EU law and a judge …

Posted on 28 June 2017 | 7:48 am

Theresa May’s cabinet is beginning to tear itself apart over Brexit

Chancellor Philip Hammond (left) and Brexit Secretary David Davis. Jack Taylor PA Wire/PA Images LONDON — Theresa May’s cabinet is on the brink of open civil war as some of the government’s most important office holders struggle to reconcile their …

Posted on 28 June 2017 | 7:10 am

After Brexit, should the UK just join the EEA?

Christopher McCrudden is Professor of Law Queen’s University Belfast. He is a practising barrister and represented Northern Ireland parties in the Agnew Brexit case before the Supreme Court. He is also a member of the European Commission’s expert network …

Posted on 28 June 2017 | 6:13 am

Brexit Bulletin: Trouble at the Top

Sign up to receive the Brexit Bulletin in your inbox, and follow @Brexit on Twitter. Cracks over Brexit began to emerge in Theresa May’s cabinet as top ministers outlined competing visions for Britain’s split from the European Union. Brexit Secretary …

Posted on 27 June 2017 | 11:40 pm

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