London calls for "fundamental change of approach" from Europeans on Brexit trade negotiations

Brexit: The EU Can ‘Negotiate’ But Will Not Change ‘Approach’ on Trade Negotiations

DIPLOMACY: London calls for “fundamental change of approach” from Europeans on Brexit trade negotiations The standoff between the European Union and the United Kingdom continues. “We will not have a new approach”, declared Clément Beaune before the European Affairs Committee of the National Assembly. He thus clearly rejected a demand by Prime Minister Boris Johnson regarding post- Brexit negotiations. The head of the […]

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58 percent of scots in favour of an independant Scotland

Brexit: Scotland Say 58% in Favour of Independence, A Record

SURVEY: The Scottish Nationalist Party is in a strong position ahead of the May 2021 local elections to hold a second referendum on independence for Scotland This is a record that should not go unnoticed in the context of the stalled Brexit negotiations. An unprecedented majority of 58% Scots now say they are in favour of the region gaining […]

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Boris Johnson ready to ratify No Deal Brexit

Brexit: Boris Johnson Ready to “Move On” for Lack of Agreement on October 15th

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson “will not question the foundations of the country’s independence” to reach an agreement on Brexit by October 15th, affirms the British daily The Telegraph on Sunday. Boris Johnson will tell the European Union that in the absence of an agreement on Brexit by October 15th, the United Kingdom will ratify a “no deal” and “move on” , says the British daily  The […]

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Jean-Yves Le Drian, in Brussels, January 10, 2020.

Brexit: The Attitude of London is “Uncompromising and Unrealistic”, says Jean-Yves Le Drian

NEGOTIATIONS: UK and EU blame each other for the stalling of the Brexit negotiations on this future relationship The negotiations stalled. Discussions on the future relationship between the European Union and the United Kingdom after Brexit are blocked because of “the intransigence and unrealism of London”, estimated the French Minister of Foreign Affairs, Jean-Yves Le Drian, this Monday. The “negotiations are not progressing because […]

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Brexit negotiations resume in London after a difficult week in Brussels

Brexit: Negotiations Resume in London after a Difficult Week in Brussels

Negotiations between the UK and Europe to reach a post-Brexit trade deal resume on Monday, but the chances of reaching a compromise are dwindling. Negotiations between the United Kingdom and Europe to reach a post-Brexit trade agreement resume Monday 6th July 2020 in the British capital, but the chances of reaching a compromise are diminishing, as the […]

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The flag of the United Kingdom, January 30, 2020, during a demonstration against Brexit near the European Parliament in Brussels.

Post-Brexit Relations: Boris Johnson wants Agreement in July

The United Kingdom and the European Union resumed discussions Monday 15th June 2020 with a view to finding a favourable commercial relationship for the two parties. The European Union and the United Kingdom have agreed on Monday 15th June 2020 to give “new impetus” to the post-Brexit negotiations, in an impasse, the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson even setting as a […]

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Brexit: "Not sure" to have an agreement with the British by the end of the year, warns Macron

Brexit: “Not Sure” to Have an Agreement with the British by the End of the Year, warns Macron

NEGOTIATIONS: Negotiations are just beginning between the UK and the EU on the exit terms of Brexit It is far from over. Emmanuel Macron said on Saturday that he was “not sure” that negotiations between the European Union and the United Kingdom will be successful by the end of 2020, while  Brexit is now in effect. “I am not sure that we will have a […]

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New visa rules for UK with Brexit

Brexit: To Obtain a British Visa, You Will Have to Speak English and be Qualified

IMMIGRATION: Due to Brexit, the UK’s new immigration points system is scheduled to take effect on the 1st January 2021 The new points immigration system used by the United Kingdom after Brexit must be unveiled on Wednesday by the British government, which intends to favour the “bright” brains at the expense of the “low-skilled workers”. And the conditions for obtaining a work visa are clear: having […]

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson and EU negotiator Michel Barnier on October 17, 2019 in Brussels.

EU and London Join Post-Brexit Battle

The European Union and the United Kingdom must agree on the new contours of their relationship, in particular on the commercial level. Fishing is a major issue. The European Union and the United Kingdom embark on Monday 3rd February 2020 in the post-Brexit battle by displaying the red lines of their future relationship, which remains to be built at the cost of arduous […]

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In announcing the Brexit, Guernsey suspended access to fishing areas within the 6-12 mile perimeter around the island. The fishermen of Cherbourg counter-attack!

Brexit: After Guernsey Decision, Cherbourg Fishermen Threaten to Block Landing

In announcing the Brexit, Guernsey suspended access to fishing areas within the 6-12 mile perimeter around the island. The fishermen of Cherbourg counter-attack! Tensions about fishing in Anglo-Norman waters. On Saturday, the government of Guernsey temporarily suspended access to fishing areas located within the 6-12 mile perimeter around the island. If the first political reactions were reassuring, the Cherbourg fishermen […]

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