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The Prime Minister has insisted that the free movement of people from the EU into Britain will end in 2019
Spain's exports have been growing and unemployment falling in recent months
O’Leary argued that a clear legal framework was needed by September 2018
Morse’s worrying intervention comes as the National Audit Office said there was 'very little flexibility' in plans for a new customs system
Union officials said the search engine’s results drive consumers towards the company’s own comparison shopping service over other options
There will now be pressure on ministers to come up with sensible immigration plans
DONALD Tusk has said Theresa May's proposals for EU citizens in the UK post-Brexit are 'below expectations' and 'risk worsening the situation of citizens'. The President of the European Council said: "Citizens' rights are the...
There has been debate since the referendum what her view would have been
Philip Hammond is reportedly leading a Cabinet push for May to abandon plans to pull out of the EU's customs union
The NHS is already struggling with nurse vacancies
The setbacks comes as she is still attempting to secure a deal with the Northern Irish DUP
It comes after ten years of negotiations
It will coincide with the first EU referendum anniversary
He added that Britain decided to leave the bloc despite historic successes and a recent uptick in economic growth
The PM made a string of allegations towards the press and European Commission
But instead of feeling fatigued, Bremain in Spain campaigner John Moffett is right to suggest that expats should look forward to the vote as an opportunity to influence Brexit
John Moffett of Bremain in Spain has urged expats to use their power to influence the outcome of the EU divorce negotiations
That was the message from Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the EU Commission, to Theresa May during a phone conversation between the pair following her call for an early return to the polls
France resident Chris Madsen is behind the new campaign, which has gained several thousand signatures in less than 24 hours
This is despite a pledge last year by the Conservative government to introduce a bill to scrap the unpopular 15 year limit on expat rights in time for the next national return to the polls
The Tory leader also took the opportunity to take a dig at Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn