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Michel Barnier says he will oppose May's Brexit trade proposals | Politics

Michel Barnier has said he is "strongly opposed" to the prime minister's checks on future trade, as he advised European car manufacturers to give them British-made parts after Brexit. In his most damning Condemnation of the UK's government's plans, the EU's chief Brexit negotiator said: "Instead, in an intervention that will concern the 186,000 people directly employed by the car …

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Brexit: Theresa May says a second referendum would be a "betrayal"

image copyright AFP / Getty Caption The Prime Minister says she is confident that she has an agreement Prime Minister Theresa May says she will not "give in" if she demands a second referendum on Brexit. In the Sunday Telegraph, she writes that such a move was a "betrayal of democracy" – and the trust of people who voted to …

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PM May says Britain will not compromise on the Brexit plan

London (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Theresa May said she will not compromise with Brussels on her Brexit plan because, according to media reports, rivals in her party would publish their own proposal for a cleaner break with the European Union. Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May visits the Royal Welsh Show on July 26, 2018 in Llanelwedd, Wales. Christopher Furlong …

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PM May says Britain will not compromise on the Brexit plan

London (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Theresa May said she will not compromise with Brussels on her Brexit plan because, according to media reports, rivals in her party would publish their own proposal for a cleaner break with the European Union. Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May visits the Royal Welsh Show on July 26, 2018 in Llanelwedd, Wales. Christopher Furlong …

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Brexit News: Fischer RAGES at & # 39; ARROGANT & # 39; France for attacks on British boats | Great Britain | news

The battle between British and French fishermen took place about 12 nautical miles off the Normandy coast in a fish-rich area where British fishing vessels are allowed to operate legally. The British fishermen were in the majority of up to 35 French ships and the collision left at least three boats with holes in their hulls. Fisherman Paul Lines of …

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Panasonic relocates its European headquarters from the UK due to Brexit – TechCrunch

Another Brexit deficit: Japanese electronics giant Panasonic will relocate its European headquarters from the UK to Amsterdam in October, worrying about its tax implications if it stays, reports the Nikkei Asian Review. The company fears that tax liabilities could occur if the UK restructures its corporate income tax due to Brexit. Laurent Abadie, CEO of Panasonic Europe, told the newspaper …

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After the EU Brexit olive branch, some fear that optimistic pounds sterling might be "washed away"

The dollar rose against its main rivals on Thursday, moving up against the British pound as analysts spoke more skeptically about an olive branch of the European Union's best negotiator. EU negotiator Michel Barnier said Wednesday that the trading bloc is ready to offer the United Kingdom an unprecedented partnership that will give the pound a big boost for this …

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Theresa May visits Nigeria as the Brexit trade mission continues

image copyright EPA caption Theresa May spoke with business leaders in Cape Town on Tuesday the first day of their tour Theresa May will travel to Nigeria later on the second day of her trade mission to strengthen relations with Africa after Brexit. Ms. May will speak with President Muhammadu Buhari on security, trade and human trafficking before she encounters …

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Theresa May promises to boost investment in Africa after Brexit

image copyright PA Caption At the beginning of their trip, the Prime Minister met pupils from a school in Cape Town Theresa May has announced plans to strengthen Britain's investment in Africa after Brexit during her first trip to the continent as Prime Minister. In a speech in Cape Town, she pledged 4 billion pounds to help African jobs for …

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