Brexit The EU's given Britain an incredibly suitable gift to kick off Brexit talks

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- newsgistng.com
19 Jun 2017
The European Union's chief negotiator Michel Barnier (R) speaks as British Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (Brexit Minister) David Davis looks on during a statement before the negociation of brexit at the EU headquarters in Brussels on June 19, 2017. The European Union's chief negotiator Michel Barnier on June 19, 2017 said he hoped for a "constructive" ...

Finally, Britain kicks off Brexit negotiations with EU

19 Jun 2017
A member of protocol changes the EU and British flags prior to the arrival of EU Chief Brexit Negotiator Michel Barnier and British Secretary of State David Davis at EU headquarters in Brussels on Monday, June 19, 2017. Brexit negotiators will discuss Monday Britain's financial obligations to the European Union as the long, complicated and potentially perilous process of ...
- abcnews.go.com

Britain, European Union begin historic Brexit talks

- firstpost.com
19 Jun 2017
Brussels: Britain starts formal talks to leave the European Union on Monday, seeking a deal "like no other in history" despite entering fiendishly difficult negotiations with a badly weakened government. A year after Britain's seismic referendum, Brexit minister David Davis and the European Union's French chief negotiator Michel Barnier will meet at the European Commission ...

Britain Makes Concessions in Brexit Stance

19 Jun 2017
German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel told the newspaper Welt am Sonntag that "maybe there is a now a chance to achieve a so-called soft Brexit." But he added that this would require Britain to accept EU workers' freedom of movement, a political flash point among UK citizens right now.
- global.handelsblatt.com

Copts United

- copts-united.com
19 Jun 2017
The others have ruled out letting May negotiate in person with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron and others. One diplomat said May tried to "hijack" the summit by drawing other leaders into Brexit talks, though EU officials played down suggestions of any agenda row with London.

Britain and EU to launch exit talks

19 Jun 2017
LONDON -- European Union leaders say Britain still can reverse itself and remain in the EU when talks over its exit open Monday, less than two weeks after election losses by Prime Minister Theresa May's government that could suggest more Brits have second thoughts about leaving the 28-nation alliance.
- intellinews.org

Brexit negotiations officially begin

- businessinsider.com
19 Jun 2017
The negotiations begin despite May yet failing to have agreed a deal with the DUP to support her government's Queen's Speech next week. It also comes as May faces open criticism from senior Cabinet members about her failed election campaign and growing pressure to drop her plans for a "Hard Brexit," which would see Britain leave the EU Single Market and Customs Union.

Why Has The US Resisted Trump But The UK Acquiesced To Brexit

19 Jun 2017
In other words, although both the US and UK succumbed to right wing populism, the US is strongly resisting while the UK has given up doing so. He contrasts the reaction of business to Trump and Brexit. "US businesses started lobbying immediately to block any Trump policies that threatened their economic interests" which has "removed Trump's main protectionist threat." In ...
- socialeurope.eu

Resetting Scotland's future

- home.kpmg.com
19 Jun 2017
Business leaders need time to adjust to any changes that Brexit may bring in terms of regulations and documentation. They recognise that real or perceived uncertainty and instability are the main enemies of confidence and investment. For example, a reversion to World Trade Organization (WTO) tariffs could reduce the proportion of Scottish exports to the EU from 43% to just ...

The EU Won't Help a Weakened Theresa

19 Jun 2017
The DUP, May's last-ditch coalition partner, is pro-Brexit -- but its manifesto stressed its support for the soft border with the Republic of Ireland. Since Northern Ireland, which voted against Brexit last year, is a net recipient of EU subsidies, the DUP would like the "ability to opt-into EU funds where proven to be cost-effective and add value." None of this is ...
- bloomberg.com

Most Europeans think Brexit bad for EU and UK

- pewglobal.org
19 Jun 2017
A median of 69% in the 10 EU nations surveyed think Brexit will be a bad thing for the EU. This includes 86% of Swedes, 80% of the Dutch and 74% of Germans. Notably, 36% of the French and 26% of Italians say the UK leaving will be good for the Union. Young people in France, the Netherlands and the UK are more worried about Brexit's consequences for the EU than their ...

Britain and EU Launch Brexit Talks in Brussels

19 Jun 2017
It will test the ingenuity of thousands of public servants racing against the clock to untangle 44 years of EU membership before Britain is out, 649 days from now, on March 30, 2019. For the officials sitting down on Monday, at least on the EU side, a major worry is Britain crashing out into a limbo, with no deal.
- katiazev.info

Not only can Britain leave the EU and have access to the single market, we'd actually get a better deal

- telegraph.co.uk
19 Jun 2017
Many of the non-EU members who exploit the EU single market successfully do have one distinct advantage over us. Those who do not have any special trade arrangement with the EU, like the United States or Australia, do not pay any contribution to the EU budget. Non-EU countries do, of course, have to pay the external tariff to the EU. But Britain has to pay ...

FOR A PEOPLE'S EXIT FROM THE EU

19 Jun 2017
The Communist Parties of Britain and Ireland have always opposed the EU as an anti-democratic, anti-worker, big business club. Socialists and communists in Ireland, north and south, have campaigned against austerity and EU membership, upholding Irish sovereignty and neutrality against the EU-IMF-NATO axis.
- communist-party.org.uk

Born migrants face uncertain fate after Brexit

- pewresearch.org
19 Jun 2017
In the UK and elsewhere, EU migration has become a subject of debate. Despite losing their Parliamentary majority in this month's election, Theresa May's Conservative Party, which has promised to reduce immigration , is still the largest party in the UK government. Last year, the UK voted to leave the EU, with some supporters of the Brexit referendum saying they wanted to ...

How Leaving the EU Affects UK Data Privacy

19 Jun 2017
At the end of the Brexit process, the UK will also introduce a Great Repeal Bill , which will "instantly annul the 1972 European Communities Act (ECA), which gives EU law instant effect in the UK." This bill will convert existing EU law into domestic law and, from there, Parliament will work to decide which EU laws it will want to discard.
- cbronline.com

Britain

- videokron.com
19 Jun 2017
Britain and the European Union began their first formal Brexit negotiations Monday, under pressure to seal a deal amid disarray in London over whether to go for a hard or soft divorce. Videographic about Britain's relationship with the European Union. VIDEOGRAPHIC

Investment Guru Stocks Mutual Funds Commodity Currency World Market Expert Advice Free Tips Recommendation

19 Jun 2017
John McFarlane, who chairs lobby group TheCityUK as well as Barclays, favoured the same concessions as the CBI and said Britain should offer to have joint regulatory oversight of EU-related financial activity in Britain and agree to resolve any legally binding financial commitments.
- investmentguruindia.com

Five EU development policies the UK should reconsider

- ids.ac.uk
19 Jun 2017
The UK government triggered the long-awaited Article 50 on 29 March, initiating a two year process of Brexit negotiations. The following day, details of the 'Great Repeal Bill' were announced. The bill's title is misleading: no EU laws are repealed (yet), just copy and pasted into UK law. Nonetheless by March 2019 the bill will end the supremacy of EU Law over UK. As ...

Britain's Brexit jam is Brussels

19 Jun 2017
How to avoid a Brexit deal re-establishing a border between Ireland and the U.K.? Well, you could always reunify Ireland. Want to keep the U.K. in the single market but out of the EU? There's always the Norway model that requires upholding the EU's fundamental freedoms and paying into its budget, but comes with no voting rights.
- politico.eu

Britain, EU to start historic Brexit talks

- newsinfo.inquirer.net
19 Jun 2017
(L-R) European Commission member in charge of Brexit negotiations with Britain, Michel Barnier at the general affairs council at the European Council in Brussels on May 22, 2017 and British Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (Brexit Minister) David Davis at 10 Downing Street in London on March 14, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Ben STANSALL AND Emmanuel DUNAND

Business leaders urge government to prioritise economy in Brexit talks

19 Jun 2017
However, in contrast, the five business leaders want "a flexible system for the movement of labour and skills between the United Kingdom and the European Union, that enjoys public support," and during negotiations, the organisations have called for the government to make agreements on guarantees for EU leaders a priority, "providing much needed reassurance" for UK citizens ...
- businessbritainmedia.co.uk

Brexit Minister No Doubt Britain Leaving EU

- francenews.net
19 Jun 2017
Days after a suggestion from French President Emmanuel Macron that Britain could still choose to remain, Davis said there would be no backtracking from Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to deliver on Brexit, for which Britons voted in a referendum almost a year ago.

U K and EU begin divorce negotiations

19 Jun 2017
A year has passed since voters chose to pull the U.K. out of the EU, its most important export market. And nearly three months have ticked away since Prime Minister Theresa May started the clock on a two-year period that should end in 2019 with Britain's departure.
- money.cnn.com

Britain and EU Launch Brexit Talks in Brussels

- theuknews.com
19 Jun 2017
David Davis, Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, arrives for a cabinet meeting at 10 Downing Street after the general election in London, June 12, 2017. Davis is charged with negotiating the terms of Britain';s break with the EU and for setting relations with the bloc for decades to come.

EU and UK start thorny Brexit negotiations in Brussels

19 Jun 2017
"On Brexit, we will be neither 'hard', nor 'soft', but amicable and firm," the EU's Economic and Financial Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici told the French weekly Journal du Dimanche. "All the scenarios are on the table, including that of no agreement on March 29, 2019. But this is not the one we prefer."
- france24.com

Mood in Germany, EU relaxed as Brexit talks begin DW

- dw.com
19 Jun 2017
"Klaus Humboldt" (wished to remain anonymous): I love British humor, and with the Brexit and the election you just have to laugh. They're making themselves look ridiculous. May is completely kaput. But I don't know whether the EU has the better cards or not. I'm sure everyone will be fighting tooth and nail.

Britain, EU to start historic Brexit talks

19 Jun 2017
Britain's Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (Brexit Minister) David Davis arrives to attend a Cabinet meeting at 10 Downing Street in central London on June 12, 2017, following the June 8 snap General Election in which the ruling Conservatives lost their majority. PHOTO | DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS | AFP
- nation.co.ke

Addressing EU workers' Brexit concerns 'a priority', firms

- business-reporter.co.uk
19 Jun 2017
Fifty-six per cent of EU nationals surveyed by Baker McKenzie said they were "highly likely" or "quite likely" to leave the UK before the outcome of the Brexit negotiations was known, with healthcare (84%), technology, media and telecoms (64%) and financial services (43%) sectors likely to be hardest hit.
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