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Brexit campaign manager seeks French residence

Former British Finance Minister Nigel Lawson, who led the pro-Brexit official campaign, faced hypocrisy on Thursday after announcing he was applying for a French residency card The conservative politician Lawson, who Leading the successful Vote Leave The campaign during the UK referendum on membership of the European Union said it had started with the paperwork for a "carte de sejour". …

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Brexit U. K. Risks Repetition of the Nazi appeasement, says Lord

A former United Kingdom Secretary of State and former Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations said that dismantling relations with the European Union threatens a repetition of the isolationist mistakes of the past, including Nazi apprehension. Mark Malloch-Brown, a The nonassociated legislator, who sits in the House of Lords of Parliament, spoke after financier George Soros, who funded a campaign …

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Scotland, which is wary of Northern Ireland, receives Brexit advantage

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon said Northern Ireland has a competitive advantage over Scotland in every Brexit deal to stay in the EU single market on Monday in Brussels. Scotland's Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon arrives in Brussels, Belgium on 28 May 2018 for a meeting with Brexit Chief Commissioner Michel Barnier. REUTERS / Emmanuel Dunand / Pool over …

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The food and nutrition industry sets four principles for a smooth Brexit

More than 100 food and agriculture organizations have called on the government to implement four principles to ensure a smooth Brexit for the industry. Leaders across the food chain have joined forces to form a manifesto This can help ensure that Brexit is a hit for food supplies in the UK. The UK Food Supply Chain Manifesto, released today (May …

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End of "Hide" Brexit approach, Barnier tells UK

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – EU negotiator Brexit has urged the British government on Saturday to stop trading relations promises and warn that delays in judicial control could nullify a Brexit agreement. FILE PHOTO: EU Commissioner Michel Barnier attends an EU General Affairs Council in Brussels on 14 May 2018. REUTERS / Francois Lenoir / Archivfoto In pointed remarks after a bad-tempered …

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Europe is ready to move on from Brexit

At the end of June 2016, Nigel Farage appeared in the European Parliament in Brussels for one of the most important speeches of his career. Five days earlier, Britain voted in an overwhelming election fraud to leave the European Union, the first country to do so in almost six decades of EU history. The leader of the United Kingdom Independence …

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EU criticizes "Fantasy" UK Brexit Gambits, sees little Irish progress

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union negotiators detest some British calls for a Brexit as a "fantasy", including on the thorny issue of the Northern Ireland border, a senior EU official said Thursday. FILE PHOTO: A British and some European flags are hung up in front of the EU Commission's headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, on 4 December 2017. REUTERS / Yves …

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Scotland wants to vote against the Brexit bill

Edinburgh (AFP) – It is expected that the Scottish parliament will formally reject the legislation to expel Britain on Tuesday in an unprecedented movement from the European Union that would create the scene of a constitutional crisis. The Scottish Government has urged parliament in Edinburgh to deny "legislative approval" for the controversial law of the European Union (withdrawal), which is …

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Brexit Bulletin: Intensive engagement needed

318 days to go today Today in Brexit: Michel Barnier and his team lament a lack of progress as Theresa May chooses their battles Separation talks with the United Kingdom are still stalled Brexit 's chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, told the Member States that the disputes over the withdrawal agreement had not yet been resolved [19659004] "The Council has been …

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