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Minister: Conservatives to focus on Brexit, energy in poll
Britain's ruling Conservative Party's election manifesto will focus on Brexit and domestic concerns, such as strengthening the economy and putting a cap on energy prices, Work and Pensions Minister Damian Green said on Sunday.
Leaked documents: Brexit should set ‘a schedule of annual payments’
Britain will have to pay off obligations to Brussels for years after Brexit, remain subject to European Union courts and continue to let relatives of European immigrants settle in the UK, according to draft EU negotiating documents.
British Parliament backs PM’s plan for snap election
Prime Minister Theresa May won Parliament’s backing for an early election on Wednesday, a vote she said would strengthen her hand in divorce talks with the European Union and help heal divisions in Britain.
British PM wants early general election on June 8
Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday called for a snap general election on June 8, in a surprise announcement as Britain prepares for delicate negotiations on leaving the European Union.
EU lawmakers adopt Brexit 'red lines'
The European Parliament on Wednesday overwhelmingly adopted its "red lines" for tough Brexit negotiations, insisting Britain first agree divorce terms before striking a new trade deal.
Germany, France pledge stronger ties after Brexit
German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier has called for stronger ties with France in order to ensure the European Union's future a day after Britain triggered the formal process of leaving the bloc.
Brexit minister backpedals on benefits promise
Britain’s Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (Brexit Secretary), David Davis, has backtracked on his claim that a Brexit deal can deliver the “exact same benefits” as EU membership, now acknowledging it was little more than an ambition.
Brexit will go down in history as ‘national failure’: Corbyn
UK’s opposition Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn has warned Brexit will go down in history as a "national failure" if Prime Minister Theresa May fails to protect jobs and living standards in the UK.
UK prime minister triggers Brexit process
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has triggered the formal, two-year process of withdrawing Britain from the European Union (EU), likely to be the most complex negotiations London has held since World War Two.
May offering no powers to Scotland ahead of Brexit: Sturgeon
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon holds a meeting with British Prime Minister Theresa May ahead of Britain’s exit from the European Union.
European Union marks 60th anniversary in Rome as Brexit looms
European Union leaders will renew their vows on the 60th anniversary of the troubled bloc’s founding treaties Saturday at a special summit in Rome designed to show unity despite Britain’s looming divorce.
Theresa May hails ‘defining moment’ after MPs pass Brexit bill
British Prime Minister Theresa May has hailed the UK Parliament’s vote giving her the green light to formally begin the Brexit process, saying the country faces a “defining moment” as it leaves the European Union.
No-deal Brexit to put UK in worst trading position of rich nations
If Britain leaves the European Union without a replacement trade deal its commercial links with the bloc will overnight become less favorable than any other major industrialized nation, a cross-party campaign has warned as Prime Minister Theresa May prepares to trigger article 50.
UK Parliament must not have power to veto EU exit: Brexit minister
Britain’s Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (Brexit Minister) David Davis says the the UK Parliament must not have the power to veto the country’s referendum to withdraw from the EU.
Theresa May could trigger Brexit process by Tuesday
UK Prime Minister Theresa May could begin the formal process for exiting the European Union by triggering Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty as early as Tuesday, according to officials in London and Brussels.

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