Britain tells EU to engage seriously on Brexit, EU demurs
Saturday, 22 September 2018 Britain said on Saturday it would not capitulate in Brexit talks and again urged its EU partners to engage with its proposals, as ministers in Paris and Berlin suggested the next move in the negotiations should come from London.
On Tuesday, Britain’s Labour will vote on a motion that says the party should oppose a “no deal” Brexit. Reuters reports, the motion would also keep a second referendum on the table if talks with the EU fail. The motion also said Labour should first press for a new election if Theresa May’s...
According to Reuters, EU leaders will not renegotiate Britain’s withdrawal agreement. European Council President Donald Tusk said that the EU is ready to discuss how to facilitate ratification in the..
The European Court of Justice's Advocate General said on Tuesday Britain has the right to withdraw its Brexit notice from the European Union unilaterally. Reuters - Front PageAlso reported by •France 24 •The Age •Independent •Bangkok Post •WorldNews
We, the People of Britain, do not want Brexit The British public made a mistake two years ago, easily led by a campaign of false promises and lies. Today REMAIN... PRAVDA - WorldAlso reported by •Reuters
By Kylie MacLellan BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Saturday urged British Prime Minster Theresa May to ensure stability as Britain... Firstpost - WorldAlso reported by •Reuters