Theresa May Will Discuss Brexit With Every EU Head
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s Theresa May plans to speak to every European Union leader and the European Commission chief to seek changes to her EU withdrawal agreement, days after another defeat from..
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McDonnell: 'Always that option of going back to the people'
John McDonnell has told Theresa May that there needs a to be a "proper debate and discussion" about how to prevent a no-deal Brexit. The Shadow Chancellor said the Prime Minister's proposals clearly..
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Shadow chancellor John McDonnell believes Prime Minister Theresa May could come back and consider Labour's Brexit proposal of a deal that includes a customs union.
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Gauke 'concerned' about no-deal impact on integrity of UK
The Justice Secretary has said he is "concerned" about the potential impact of a no-deal Brexit on a number of areas, including the economic impact, national security and the integrity of the United..
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Skeptical EU Ready to Help May With Brexit Package
According to Reuters, Ireland’s foreign minister said the parliamentary defeat for Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit strategy has increased doubt among European Union states that she can seal a..
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British fashion's no-deal Brexit warning
The British fashion industry relies on international trade and global talent and many who work in it warn against a no-deal.
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RBS Chief says post-Brexit recession very possible
Royal Bank of Scotland CEO Ross McEwan says he has had to prepare the bank for the outcome of a no-deal Brexit and too much uncertainty could lead to a post-Brexit recession
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The 7 ways a no-deal Brexit will cause problems in Kent The odds of crashing out of the EU with No-Deal are rising - and here's why that's a bit of a worry Sevenoaks Chronicle 5 days ago Also reported by • Canterbury Times