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Brexit: bipartisan conversations "productive" and "constructive"

Image Rights PA Image caption Members The Labor Negotiation Team (from left to right): Shadow Brexit Secretary Sir Keir Starmer, Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell, Shadow Business Secretary Rebecca Long-Bailey, and Shadow Secretary Sue Hayman Recent talks between ministers and Labor to end Brexit's impasse were "positive" and "productive," said the de facto MEP of the Prime Minister. Later, David Lidington …

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What have Eurosceptics learned from Brexit?

Demonstrations of yellow vest demonstrations at the Place de la Republique in Paris for a 23rd week on Saturday. Photo illustration of Slate. Photo by Jeff J. Mitchell / Getty Images. Roberts' court considers Jim Crow's legal grounds to uphold a manipulated census Fox News' legal analyst calls Trump's disability "immoral, criminal, defenseless, and verdictable" One reason why so many …

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Why Brexit was not followed by Frexit, Swexit or Nexit: NPR

Demonstrators of the pro-European Union march on March 31 in Berlin. Adam Berry / Getty Images Hide caption Caption switch Adam Berry / Getty Images Demonstrators of the pro-European Union march on March 31 in Berlin. Adam Berry / Getty Images When the United Kingdom voted in favor of Brexit almost three years ago, some said it might mark the …

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Brexit: Laboratory must support another referendum – Tom Watson

Image Caption Getty Images Labor must promise another Brexit referendum to fight the election decision made by Nigel Farage, said the deputy chairman of the party. Tom Watson wrote in the Observer that his party can not talk about the biggest problem Britain has faced for a generation. The former UKIP leader, Mr. Farage, said a new referendum would be …

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Brexit battles are getting bloodier

Britain's inability to leave the EU in time already affects British and European politics. On the same day that Brexit (for the second time) did not take place, Nigel Farage, former EU leader UKIP, launched his new political movement, the Brexit Party. Farage, a member of the European Parliament since 1999, says his party will appeal to voters across the …

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Britain and the EU agree to postpone the Brexit deadline until 31 October

European leaders and British Prime Minister Theresa May agreed Wednesday to push for the final deadline for the United Kingdom's withdrawal until Halloween. The President of the European Council, Donald Tusk, warned British politicians "not to waste this time" without ratifying a formal withdrawal agreement. [UK] UK should leave the EU on Friday, but May hastened to an emergency summit …

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The EU. Seems ready to put the Brexit on ice. But how long?

BRUSSELS – European politicians come to Brussels on Wednesday evening as they – unfortunately, but necessarily – go to the dentist to give the embattled British Prime Minister Theresa May another Brexit extension. Britain's resignation The European Union will be delayed, senior European officials and diplomats say, to avoid a tough no-deal on Friday night. The main discussion will be …

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