Brexit. Without an agreement, the United Kingdom will "immediately" stop the free movement of persons

Brexit: Without an Agreement, the United Kingdom will “Immediately” Stop the Free Movement of Persons

The right to travel and settle in the UK freely for European citizens will end on 31st October in case of leaving the country of the European Union without an agreement The right to travel and settle in the UK freely for European citizens will end on 31st October in case of leaving the country […]

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The new British prime minister, Boris Johnson had his first election defeat in a by-election

United Kingdom: First Election Loss for Boris Johnson

The new British prime minister, Boris Johnson had his first election defeat in a by-election, bringing his parliamentary majority back to a single vote. New British Prime Minister Boris Johnson suffered his first setback at the polls, a party defeat in a by-election that reduced his weak parliamentary majority to just one vote, complicating his […]

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Boris Johnson terms for brexit are unacceptable to the EU

Brexit: EU judges Boris Johnson terms “Unacceptable”

The freshly appointed British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is ready to do anything to rush Brexit, including by favouring the scenario of an exit from the EU without agreement. Freshly installed at 10 Downing Street, the new British Prime Minister Boris Johnson hastily laid down on Thursday, July 25, 2019 his conditions for a new agreement to leave […]

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Sustainable Business Practices in France

Sustainable Business Practices in France

Among businesses of all sizes, France remains a global leader in the realm of sustainability, from fashion to the food industry and beyond. In our current era of climate change, rampant pollution, and massive amounts of waste, finding sustainable solutions is more important than ever before. As such, corporations of all sizes can no longer […]

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Boris Johnson.on Brexit

UK: Favourite to Succeed May, Boris Johnson Refuses to pay Brexit Bill

The UNITED KINGDOM: “The money will be kept until we have more clarity on the way to go,” said Boris Johnson on Brexit Boris Johnson, considered the favourite to succeed Theresa May, warned Saturday that if he became Prime Minister, he would refuse that the United Kingdom pays the Brexit bill until the European Union agrees to better terms. withdrawal. “Our friends and partners need to […]

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Revoke artcle 50 petition to stop Brexit hits 1,000,000 signatures

Revoke Article 50 Petition to Stop Brexit hits 1,000,000 Signatures

A petition to cancel Brexit by revoking Article 50 has now topped 1,000,000 signatures. An online petition calling on the British government to renounce Brexit is a resounding success, with more than a million signatures on Thursday, March 21, the day after its launch and eight days from the date set for the exit of the European […]

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The sterling has had an incredible week, like the discussions and procrastination on Brexit, chaining the falls and soaring at the whim of the twists and turns

Brexit: The Crazy Week of the Pound Sterling

Chaos and jolts. The Pound Sterling has had an incredible week, like the discussions and procrastination on Brexit, chaining the falls and soaring as the twists around the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union. Yo-yo, roller coaster, quilts and candles, falls and soaring, up and down . The pound sterling, the real barometer of Brexit , has lived one […]

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French government calls for clear response on Brexit by 21 March

Brexit. French Government Calls for ‘Clear’ British Response by 21st March

By March 21, the date of the European summit, the British will have to bring a “clear” proposal, said the Elysee Friday, March 15. A statement that comes after the vote of British MPs to request a postponement of Brexit of at least three months. London must make a “clear” proposal on the Brexit before the European summit of […]

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MPs have voted to delay Brexit

Brexit: MPs vote to delay Brexit by 412 votes to 202

BREXIT: MPs have voted to delay Brexit beyond the scheduled date of March 29 amid dramatic scenes in the House of Commons. MPs have voted to delay Brexit beyond the scheduled date of the 29th March amid dramatic scenes in the House of Commons. The vote came after Theresa May’s Withdrawal Agreement was rejected for […]

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Brexit, Spain ready to offer 400,000 Britons residency

Brexit: Spain Ready to Grant Residence to 400,000 Britons

According to the newspaper El Pais, the Spanish government plans to grant residence in Spain to 400,000 Britons, provided that this measure is reciprocal for Spaniards living and working across the Channel. Spain plans to grant residence to 400,000 Britons if the UK leaves the European Union without agreement, El Pais newspaper reports on Friday , on the eve […]

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