Brexit: "A narrow path still possible" for an orderly exit

Brexit: “A Narrow Path Still Possible” for an Orderly Exit

Brexit? The suspense continues … The French Secretary of State for European Affairs, Amelie de Montchalin, said Friday that the scenario of an agreement with London on an orderly Brexit was “still possible”. The two European and British negotiators on Brexit, Michel Barnier and Stephen Barclay, meet again this Friday in Brussels to evaluate the chances of unblocking the talks, after a […]

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Brexit negotiations between London and Brussels stalled

Brexit: Negotiations Between London and Brussels Stalled

EXIT: The European Union has given the UK government until the end of the week to present a satisfactory Brexit agreement Three weeks ahead of Brexit, scheduled for October 31, tensions between the UK and the European Union continue to escalate, with Brussels accusing British Prime Minister Boris Johnson of playing with the “future of Europe”. The European Union has given the British […]

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UK companies stock everything up before the fateful Brexit date

Brexit: UK Companies Stock Everything Up Before the Fateful Date

UNITED KINGDOM: Companies prepare for a No Deal Brexit but not without reservations Wine, sausage, insulin and toilet paper: less than a month from the expected Brexit date, UK companies are speeding up their preparations and stocking up everywhere, with the food industry particularly concerned about administrative hassles and delays in customs. German soap and paper manufacturer Wepa, the UK’s largest supplier, has […]

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The "compromise" proposed by Boris Johnson on Brexit , particularly on the sensitive issue of the Irish border , did not convince the Europeans

Brexit: Boris Johnson’s Offer Does Not Convince the EU

AGAIN AND AGAIN: For Michel Barnier, as for Jean-Claude Juncker, on the question of Northern Ireland, there is still a lot of work “to achieve the three objectives of the safety net: the absence of borders, the protection of the Irish economy and the protection of the single market “ The “compromise” proposed by Boris Johnson […]

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Brexit: Boris Johnson wants to suspend Parliament from October 8 to 14

Brexit: Boris Johnson Wants to Suspend Parliament from October 8th to 14th

BREAKING NEWS: British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson wants to suspend Parliament as it is tradition before a general policy speech read by Queen Elizabeth II British Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants to suspend Parliament for a few days from Tuesday, as is traditional before a policy speech read by Queen Elizabeth II, scheduled for October 14th, announced Wednesday. […]

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Brexit: UK ready for exit without agreement on 31 October, threatens Boris Johnson

Brexit: UK Ready for Exit Without Agreement on 31st October, threatens Boris Johnson

In Brussels on Wednesday 2nd October 2018, Prime Minister Boris Johnson presented a “compromise” of last chance to Europeans, as the date of Brexit approaches. As the new official date for Brexit approaches inexorably, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson put pressure on Europeans on Wednesday 2 October 2019 in Brussels, warning them that the UK was ready for an exit from the […]

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United Kingdom: tense parliamentary return after Boris Johnson's judicial defeat

United Kingdom: Tense Return of Parliament after Boris Johnson’s Judicial Defeat

In the wake of the judgment of the Supreme Court, which ruled the suspension of the Parliament to be illegal, work resumes on Wednesday 25th September 2019. British MPs make their return Wednesday 25th September 2019 the day after the landmark judgment of the Supreme Court, which ruled ” illegal ” the controversial decision of Prime Minister Boris Johnson […]

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Brexit: Supreme Court finds suspension of UK Parliament illegal

Brexit: Supreme Court Finds Suspension of UK Parliament Illegal

The Supreme Court on 24th September 2019 inflicted a major defeat Boris Johnson who had decided to suspend the Parliament face the failure of discussions on Brexit. The British Supreme Court unanimously ruled Tuesday 24th September 2019 the suspension of Parliament decided by Boris Johnson and estimated that he had to sit again “as soon as possible”, […]

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Brexit: UK "ready" for no deal, EU pessimistic

Brexit: UK “Ready” for No Deal, EU Pessimistic

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised that his country would be ready in case of a no deal Brexit, while the EU and France do not hide their concerns. Despite alarming forecasts by his government, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson promised Thursday, September 12, 2019 that his country would be “ready” in case of Brexit without an […]

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Brexit: MPs reject elections again, Parliament suspended for three weeks

Brexit: MPs Reject Elections Again, Parliament Suspended for Three Weeks

New failure for Boris Johnson Monday 9th September before the suspension of Parliament as he wished. The Prime Minister categorically refuses a new postponement of Brexit. The British MP’s once again Monday 9th September 2019 inflicted a snub to Prime Minister Boris Johnson refusing once again to trigger early elections. Parliament is now suspended until the 14th October, just two weeks before the planned Brexit […]

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