Britain and EU agree to avoid hard border in Ireland after Brexit

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Theresa May, Ireland & EU

- nationalreview.com
04 Dec 2017
Let's catch up. Today Prime Minister Theresa May was set to have lunch with Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European Commission, who would judge if she had delivered "sufficient progress" on three Brexit items before they could move to phase 2 of negotiations next week: a divorce bill (settled), agreement on the rights of European Union citizens in the United ...

EU wont accept if UK offer on border is unacceptable

04 Dec 2017
DUBLIN, Ireland - Reiterating his support for Ireland on the border issue, European Council President Donald Tusk has said that if the U.K. offer on the border on the island of Ireland is unacceptable for Ireland, then it will also be unacceptable for the EU.
- irelandnews.net

MPs dismiss Theresa May's Northern Ireland Brexit border solution

- businessinsider.com
04 Dec 2017
Their report says: "We do not currently see how it will be possible to reconcile there being no border with the Government's policy of leaving the Single Market and the Customs Union, which will inevitably make the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland the EU's customs border with the UK.

EU's Verhofstadt says no Brexit deal yet

04 Dec 2017
European Council President Donald Tusk cancelled a trip to Israel and the Palestinian Territories planned for this week due to a "critical moment" in Brexit negotiations, an EU official said on Monday.Tusk, who scheduled a meeting in Brussels at short notice on Monday with British Prime Minister Theresa May, will chair an EU summit next week that London hopes will give the ...
- yenisafak.com

Theresa May's last chance Brussels dash

- politico.eu
04 Dec 2017
"I realize that for some British politicians this may be hard to understand," he said. "But such is the logic behind the fact that Ireland is an EU member while the U.K. is leaving. This is why the key to the U.K.'s future lies -- in some ways -- in Dublin, at least as long as Brexit negotiations continue."

May and Juncker 'confident' of Brexit deal despite no breakthrough in Brussels

04 Dec 2017
British Prime Minister Theresa May (L) and European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker give a press conference as they meet for Brexit negotiations on December 4, 2017 at the European Commission in Brussels. British Prime Minister Theresa May meets European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker on December 4 as an "absolute" deadline to reach a Brexit divorce deal ...
- belfasttelegraph.co.uk

EU Students Must Not Be Given Automatic Residency Rights in UK After Brexit

- breitbart.com
04 Dec 2017
Saying that relaxing immigration rules for EU students must be laid down as an "absolute red line" in Brexit negotiations, Mr. Harris-Quinney added: "In 2016, there were 127,440 EU students in the UK. Ensuring their departure from Britain after study unless they had a specific reason to remain would represent the government's best chance at meeting its own immigration targets.

New Drug Tests Among Brexit Worries for Pharma Companies

04 Dec 2017
Drugmakers fear that a Brexit with no deal would mean the U.K. reverts to tariffs set by the World Trade Organization on U.K.-EU trade. Companies would find themselves outside the rules and regulations of the single market that they've built their businesses around for decades.
- bloomberg.com

Beyond Brexit podcast series

- pwc.co.uk
04 Dec 2017
In our fifth Beyond Brexit podcast, chairman Kevin Ellis joins a number of guests to reflect on the historic moment Article 50 was triggered and the countdown to the UK's exit from the EU began. We also discuss what our European colleagues are thinking and what sort of deal we might see.

Northern Ireland is already a 'special

04 Dec 2017
"Isolating Northern Ireland from its largest market" was not a "sensible" option, DUP leader Arlene Foster said yesterday. She also said the situation had turned into a "zero sum game", where protecting the "integrity" of the UK and having good cross-Border relations was, in the eyes of some, "mutually exclusive".
- independent.ie
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