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'Parliamentarians united against Theresa May's Brexit plans'
Embattled British Prime Minister Theresa May is facing growing opposition from parliamentarians both inside and outside her party.
London could lose out as ECB seeks control of euro clearing after Brexit
London is facing renewed pressure over its dominance of the €1 trillion (£880 billion)-a-day euro clearing market after the European Central Bank set out proposals aimed at giving it more oversight of the lucrative business.
EU, Britain clash over Brexit citizen plan
A first item in talks between Britain and the European Union on the so-called Brexit, Britain’s exit from the EU, has appeared to be very problematic as EU leaders slam London’s plan to ensure the rights of EU citizens after Britain leaves the bloc.
EU leaders slam Britain's Brexit citizens plan
EU leaders warned Friday Britain's plans to protect the rights of European citizens post-Brexit risked leaving them worse off, after Prime Minister Theresa May gave what she insisted was a "fair" offer.
Queen outlines UK gov’t agenda in scaled-down speech
Queen Elizabeth II outlined the UK government’s legislative program in a speech to Parliament on Wednesday after the prime minister slimmed down her plans and promised “humility” in negotiating Britain’s exit from the European Union following a disastrous election that cost the ruling Conservative Party its majority.
Germany urges EU unity after Brexit talks launched
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday urged the European Union's remaining 27 members to stick together during talks on Britain's exit from the bloc, which began on Monday.
Britain, EU kick off 'positive' Brexit talks
Britain and the European Union finally began formal Brexit negotiations Monday, vowing to work constructively for a deal despite disarray in London over whether to go for a "hard" or "soft" divorce.
Brexiters have voted for a poverty even worse than austerity
By William Keegan* When I suggested before the election that an ideal outcome would be a hung parliament and a coalition to think again on Brexit, I was certainly not thinking of the DUP. But, as Harold Macmillan once said: “Here we are, and the question is: Where do we go from here?”
UK still has time to reverse Brexit decision: France
French President Emmanuel Macron says despite Britain’s decision to leave the European Union (EU), the UK can still change its mind and remain a member of the bloc.
Employers unprepared for lower migration after Brexit
Employers are unprepared for the lower levels of migration pledged by the government after the UK leaves the EU, a survey by think tank the Resolution Foundation suggested.
UK employers plan to keep hiring despite Brexit, slow growth
Employers in Britain are planning to take on new workers over coming months despite looming Brexit negotiations and slower economic growth, according to a survey.
Economists urge May to accelerate Brexit plans
UK Prime Minister Theresa May must start Brexit talks as soon as possible and prove she is making progress with the EU if she wants to restore confidence among British businesses, economists warned.
Brexit expat retirees may cost NHS millions
Tens of thousands of expat pensioners may return to the UK to use the National Health System (NHS) after Brexit — unless a deal can be done to let them keep receiving care abroad, a think tank warned.
EU's Barnier gets green light for Brexit talks
EU ministers on Monday unanimously gave Frenchman Michel Barnier the green light to start what they warned would be "very difficult" talks with Britain over its exit from the bloc.
May refuses to give seat to Scottish leader at Brexit talks
British Prime Minister Theresa May has refused to grant a seat to Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon at the Brexit negotiating table.

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