Wednesday, 18 October, 2017

Tag: Brexit


A BREXIT reversal would have a 'positive' and 'significant' impact on the UK economy, a leading think tank has claimed. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has forecast that the British economy will...

VIEWING the spectacle of political debate in the UK since the Brexit referendum result, I am reminded of the last days of the Spanish American war in 1898. The Spanish colonial army in Cuba had...

Britain should have accepted deal to maintain current citizens' rights, says Juncker

FIGURES released this week by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have painted a damning picture of the future of the UK’s economy. The IMF singled the UK out as a ‘notable exception’ to an improving...

THERESA May has admitted 1.2 million Brits in the EU would be left in limbo after a Brexit no-deal. The UK prime minister said the government ‘doesn’t know what would happen’ to expats if the...

Bremain In Spain welcomes 'significant' offer on citizens' rights but urges UK to do more

TRAVEL company, Thomas Cook, predicts the price of Spanish holidays are set to rise by a further 5 to 10% in 2018 because of the weak pound. A second factor driving up holiday prices was...

SADIQ Khan has called for a second referendum on the UK's membership to the European Union. The London mayor has unravelled Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's bid for party unity on Brexit after revealing he will...

British citizens based in Spain urged to take part in Brexpats in Spain survey

We’re all well aware of the impact the Brexit vote had on the economies of the UK and EU states. Immediate chaos ensued, due to the uncertainty of how exactly the UK would leave...

A group campaigning for the rights of British citizens in Spain, responds to Theresa May's Brexit speech that took place today in the historic city of Florence, Italy.

May to offer two-year tranistional deal in landmark speech on UK's EU exit

Pro-EU campaigners descend on Westminster for People's March for Europe

3 Million also reject Theresa May's offer of 'settled status' to EU nationals in UK

THE pound Sterling fell to a fresh eight-year low against the Euro yesterday with an official rate of just over €1.08. For some British holidaymakers abroad, it has meant receiving as little as 87 cents...

IRISH Prime Minister Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has blasted the UK's approach to Brexit negotiations for being 'unrealistic'. Speaking to Bloomberg, the newly elected PM said not enough progress has been made during the talks to...

A MAJOR Hollywood studio is poised to sign a deal with Nigel Farage and Arron Banks to make a £60million, six-part film of Mr Banks’ best-selling diary of the referendum campaign The Bad Boys...

'As reality bites the public is entitled to change its mind', says campaigner

AN Irish MEP has claimed the UK is 'not brave enough' to hold another referendum on membership to the EU. As rumours suggest Brexit negotiations are in chaos, vice president of the European Parliament Mairead...

Brexit secretary slams Brussels move and questions 'consistency' over reciprocal deal

More questions than answers following end of first round of Brexit talks

The Prime Minister has insisted that the free movement of people from the EU into Britain will end in 2019

EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier warns of 'fundamental divergence' between EU and UK

SPANISH business leaders have said the UK can become an independent global trading hub after Brexit thanks to its location and strong currency. The delegation, visiting London as part of King Felipe VI's state visit, said factors...

Morse’s worrying intervention comes as the National Audit Office said there was 'very little flexibility' in plans for a new customs system

On the anniversary of the EU referendum, Joe Duggan looks back on the year’s roller-coaster political ride




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