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Business Brexit 'threats' wrong says minister

business brexit 'threats' wrong says minister
Jeremy Hunt responds to warnings by Airbus and BMW that their UK investments could be jeopardised by Brexit uncertainty.
BBC News

Prof on Brexit Division: 'Economic Catastrophe' vs 'Mlns of Muslims on the Door'


RIA Nov.

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Thousands march through London to oppose Brexit
Thousands march through London to oppose Brexit

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Thousands join anti-Brexit march in London
Thousands join anti-Brexit march in London

Thousands of pro-European protesters marched through London on Saturday to demand a referendum on the terms of Brexit two years after the vote.

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Brexit: Fox could accept transition extension
Brexit: Fox could accept transition extension

International Trade Secretary Liam Fox would accept an extended Brexit transition period provided it was for technical reasons

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UK: Tens of thousands of anti-Brexit protesters call for new vote
UK: Tens of thousands of anti-Brexit protesters call for new vote

Pro-EU demonstrators in London demand a second public vote on Britain's departure deal, two years after referendum.

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Tens of thousands Brexit opponents march in London on second anniversary of vote
Tens of thousands Brexit opponents march in London on second anniversary of vote

Britain marked the second anniversary of Brexit, when Britain voted to leave the European Union. Tens of thousands Brexit opponents marched in London Saturday, calling for a referendum on any divorce..

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Thousands take to London's streets demanding final say on Brexit
Thousands take to London's streets demanding final say on Brexit

Thousands of pro-EU marchers have taken to the streets in London, demanding a final vote on any UK exit deal.

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Hunt lashes Airbus for 'completely inappropriate' attack on Brexit plans

hunt lashes airbus for 'completely inappropriate' attack on brexit plans
The Health Secretary said businesses giving dire warnings about abandoning the UK would only undermine the PM at a crucial stage in negotiations with the EU.
MailOnline

UK euroskeptics urge PM May to prepare for 'no deal' Brexit

LONDON (AP) — Pro-Brexit politicians and business figures are urging British Prime Minister Theresa May to be ready to walk away from the European Union without a trade agreement, despite warnings..
New Zealand Herald Also reported by •Seattle Times

Airbus: Jeremy Hunt criticises 'completely inappropriate threats'

airbus: jeremy hunt criticises 'completely inappropriate threats'
The health and social care secretary criticises Airbus for warning it could leave the UK in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
BBC News

May caught in Brexit crossfire over lack of progress in negotiations

may caught in brexit crossfire over lack of progress in negotiations
Theresa May is facing pressure from all corners after pro-Brexit and pro-EU business leaders wrote to her each urging progress in their separate visions for a trade deal. Pro-Brexit business..
City A.M.

'End of Europe': Merkel's Union Partner Accused of 'German Brexit' Plot


RIA Nov.

UK health minister tells companies to stop warnings about Brexit

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's health minister Jeremy Hunt said on Sunday it was inappropriate for businesses like Airbus [AIR.PA] to issue warnings about moving jobs because of Brexit.
Reuters

Businesses should stop warning about negative impact of Brexit, Jeremy Hunt says

'It's completely inappropriate for businesses to be making these kinds of threats', says health secretary
Independent

Theresa May’s Brexit plan: hiding in plain sight

Prime minister pushes for an agreement that looks like a single market for goods but not services
FT.com

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