Friday, January 28, 2022
Home Tags Theresa May

Tag: Theresa May

CALM DOWN DEAR: Spain foreign minister Alfonso Dastis blasts UK for ‘losing their composure’ in Brexit Gibraltar row

Lord Michael Howard implied Theresa May would be willing to go to war over the Rock

UNITED IN FEAR: Brits in Spain and Spanish in the UK share their Brexit concerns

The Olive Press spoke to Spaniards living in the UK and to Brits living in Spain

Theresa May wants expat question answered at ‘early stages’ of Brexit negotiations

It comes after she formally triggered Article 50 on Tuesday night

EU leaders say UK will have to remain in EU until 2022 and pay for its ‘liabilities’

Theresa May signed the letter to trigger article 50 late last night

Spain opens Brexit desk at London embassy as Theresa May’s article 50 letter is received in Brussels

The letter informing the EU that it will leave the bloc has now been received by Brussels

Spanish lawyers warn that human rights laws could scupper Theresa May’s plan for EU migrant cut-off date

Brexit could see a surge in European citizens using human rights laws to remain in the UK

LEAKED: EU will take UK to International Court if it does not pay €57 billion ‘divorce bill’

Only six people have seen the 'secret EU strategy', including Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker

Theresa May calls Donald Trump ‘gentleman’ as she becomes first UK PM to pose for American Vogue

The feature piece sees May pose for noted photographer Annie Leibovitz while answering questions on a range of issues

Spain backs common agreement to secure rights of British expats ‘in principle’

It is thought the issue will be at the top of the agenda once Brexit talks begin

BREAKING: Theresa May to trigger Article 50 and begin Brexit on March 29

The rights of British expats and EU citizens in the UK will be decided during negotiations

Scottish independence referendum ‘will be rejected’

First Minister of Scotland Sturgeon said blocking the vote would be a 'democratic outrage'

Hard Brexit will have ‘innumerable repercussions’ for British expats and will see Spain’s GDP fall by up to €4...

Exports are expected to fall by between €500 million and €1 billion

Theresa May vows to trigger Brexit in two weeks despite House of Lords ‘posturing’ over rights of EU citizens...

Lords who voted in favour of the amendment were accused of 'playing with fire'

BREAKING: Brexit defeat for Theresa May as House of Lords votes to guarantee EU citizens’ rights in Britain

Some 358 voted in favour of the amendment while 256 voted against

Theresa May to end EU citizens’ rights to live in UK with ‘cut-off’ date expected within two weeks

It is not clear if the Government’s plan would be a breach of EU treaties

Mariano Rajoy pledges to defend British expats in Brexit negotiations

The prime minister hopes 'nothing is going to change' for British expats in Spain

HUNGER GAMES: British expats will be ‘hammered’ by UK government’s approach to EU citizens, leaked document suggests

The document also pointed out it could now be left up to individual member states to decide if British nationals can live in their country

British MP’s reject amendment to Brexit bill that would protect EU citizens in the UK

The Liberal Democrats have now vowed to get the amendment passed

Devolved administrations won’t play decisive roled in Brexit, says Theresa May

'Relations with the EU are a matter for the UK Government', says PM

Theresa May close to securing British expats’ rights in Spain following meeting with Rajoy

The pair discussed the issue during an informal 25-minute meeting

Spain’s prime minister Rajoy rejects Theresa May’s Brexit proposal

Mariano Rajoy said that EU powers were 'not going to accept' a UK government attempt to rip apart the 'four key freedoms' enshrined in the EU single market to suit its own ends

Prime Minister Theresa May vows to protect 1.2 million British expats living in Europe

The prime minister said she wants to guarantee the status of 1.2 million Brits living in the EU and 3.2 million EU citizens in the UK

Brexit Supreme Court case most important in legal history

For the first time, all 11 judges will sit to rule on a decision that could have far-reaching constitutional and political consequences





Register / Login to Comment