The United Kingdom must leave the European Union on 31 January 2020 after three postponements

Brexit: Juncker Judges Labour Proposal to Renegotiate Deal “Not Realistic”

BREXIT: The United Kingdom must leave the European Union on the 31st January 2020 after three postponements on a Brexit deal The outgoing President of the >European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker on Tuesday ruled on the BBC that the proposal of the British opposition leader, Labour Jeremy Corbyn, to negotiate a new exit agreement from the European Union was not “Realistic”. In the […]

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Boris Johnson has been Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland since July.

Brexit: Boris Johnson Apologises for not having Taken the UK out of the EU yet

BROKEN PROMISE: Boris Johnson swore he’d rather be “dead at the bottom of a ditch” rather than ask for a new extension to Brexit … missed Boris Johnson apologized Sunday for not having realized the Brexit on October 31st as he had promised. Having come to power in July by promising the Brexit “whatever the cost” on October 31, Boris […]

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Brexit: MPs vote for early elections on 12 December

Brexit: MPs Vote to Hold Early Elections on 12th December

UNITED KINGDOM: Boris Johnson hopes to regain a majority and implement his promise of Brexit to take the UK out of the European Union New vote and new result. This Tuesday, British MPs approved the holding of early parliamentary elections on the 12th December, by which Prime Minister Boris Johnson hopes to regain a majority and implement his Brexit […]

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Brexit looks like it will not happen on the 31st October

Brexit Should Not Take Place on 31st October, the EU will Debate an Umpteenth Report

New snub for Boris Johnson: the House of Commons on Tuesday approved the new divorce Brexit agreement with the EU, but demanded a longer period to consider it. Double slice vote in the House of Commons. British MPs approved Tuesday 22nd October 2019 in principle, by 329 votes to 299, the new Brexit agreement concluded by their Prime Minister […]

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in the House of Commons during a debate on Brexit on 19 October 2019 in London.

Brexit: Boris Johnson Prevented from Getting Agreement with EU

The government’s motion on the UK’s Brexit agreement from the European Union will not be considered this Monday 21st October 2019 in the House of Commons. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was denied Monday 21st October 2019 a vote of the Parliament on the Brexit agreement won last week in Brussels, prolonging the confusion to ten days of the […]

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The European and British flags float in front of Westminster Palace on October 17, 2019.

Brexit: Historic Vote in the British Parliament

The British Parliament meets on Saturday 19th October 2019 to decide on the Brexit agreement between London and Brussels. This is a historic vote with a very uncertain outcome. The British Parliament meets on Saturday 19th October 2019 to decide on the Brexit agreement between London and Brussels, just 12 days before the planned exit from the European Union. […]

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A new Brexit agreement has been announced

Brexit: An Agreement Announced Before the Summit

After long days of thorny negotiations, a Brexit agreement on the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union was found this Thursday 17th October 2019. An agreement on Brexit was announced Thursday 17th October 2019 by Jean-Claude Juncker and the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, just before a European summit and after long days […]

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A Deal on Brexit is still Possible insists Michel Banier

Brexit: An Agreement is “Still Possible This Week”, According to Michel Barnier

BREXIT: EU negotiator Michel Barnier said an agreement on Brexit is “still possible this week”. An agreement on Brexit is “possible this week” with the United Kingdom to reach an amicable divorce, announced Tuesday in Luxembourg EU negotiator Michel Barnier. “The discussions were intensive over the weekend and yesterday (Monday), and although it will be increasingly difficult, an agreement is still possible […]

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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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