Britain and EU clinch deal to move Brexit talks forward

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Trump 'opens door to hell' with Jerusalem

- politico.eu
08 Dec 2017
Most British papers led with U.S. President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. The Guardian reported on "Anger as Trump declares Jerusalem Israel's capital." It also featured a story on British Prime Minister Theresa May being given a new deadline to sort out the Irish border issue, with the headline: "May given 48 hours to seal Brexit deal ...

A deal is clearly better than no deal

08 Dec 2017
Now we know: a deal - any deal - is clearly better than no deal. After a frantic overnight scramble to agree the wording and the Prime Minister's dramatic early hours' flight to Brussels, the EU's leaders are now willing to draw a line under phase one of the Brexit negotiations. Below, Iain Begg (LSE) explains the deal that has been struck in more detail.
- blogs.lse.ac.uk

David Hembrow

- davidhembrow.blogspot.de
08 Dec 2017
Backing British business and industry, international negotiations: "Outside the EU, British businesses would face regulation without representation. By being part of the EU, Britain was able to benefit from the best GATT (fore-runner of WTO) deal for decades. With our partners the UK has a more powerful and influential voice on the international stage". Thanks to brexit, ...

Britain, EU reach deal on Brexit divorce terms

08 Dec 2017
The EU Commission said Friday that Brexit talks should move on to trade talks as "sufficient progress" had been made on the first stage covering divorce issues, following talks between British Prime Minister Theresa May and Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker.
- ipaidabribenaija.com

Everyone born in N Ireland will retain EU citizenship after May agrees no hard border Politics

- theguardian.com
08 Dec 2017
He added: "If there is no UK/EU trade deal, is wholly prejudicial to Northern Ireland's complete leaving of the EU. This default position, if there is no deal, leaves us entrapped within the EU's single market and customs union on an unspecified, but clearly extensive, range of issues, whereas the rest of the UK would be liberated from such."

EU agrees biggest free trade deal with Japan

08 Dec 2017
However, there is no current prospect of a trade deal with the world's two largest economies. Negotiations with the United States, known as the TransAtlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), are stalled. The EU is negotiating with China on investment - not for a general free trade deal. For now, much of the EU's negotiating capacity will be tied up dealing with the UK.
- bbc.co.uk

The EU has signed a deal to integrate 23 armies

- weforum.org
08 Dec 2017
The UK had always resisted the idea of joint EU defense, fearing some kind of big "European army," but the country's planned exit from the bloc has removed that hurdle, allowing 23 other EU countries to move forward. Once Brexit happens, the UK could still possibly be involved, but for a price .

Theresa May faces rebellion over Brexit 'no deal' threats

08 Dec 2017
"They miss the many business and other voices who have made it clear that a 'no deal post March 2019 scenario would lead to great uncertainty for EU citizens living here and UK citizens living in the EU, higher costs and reduced choice for consumers, disruption at our ports and borders and grave questions about how cross-border contracts are to be fulfilled."
- holyrood.com

Deal with the EU on Brexit

- voxpoliticalonline.com
08 Dec 2017
I am not celebrating May's Brussels Deal. A) We don't know what it is B) It's a colossal waste of money C) I don't know Parliament will agree it D) It means we leave the customs union E) It sounds like a Norwegian deal, only worse. So, F) It's the enfeebling of the UK.

May says 'significant compromises

08 Dec 2017
The EU document confirms deal for Northern Ireland. "The UK will maintain full alignment with those rules of the Internal Market and the Customs Union which, now or in the future, support North-South cooperation, the all island economy and the protection of the 1998 Agreement."
- express.co.uk
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