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Britain confident in Brexit talks, sees no return to hard Irish border
Britain expressed confidence on Friday that there would no return to a hard border with EU member, Ireland, after Brexit, saying it did not recognize reports that the bloc had rubbished its proposals.
EU warns no Brexit deal without Ireland solution
Britain must come up with a solution for the Irish border after Brexit or there will be no divorce deal or transition period, EU President Donald Tusk warned on Wednesday.
CBI: 'Bonfire of rules' mean more costs than benefits
Diverging from European Union rules after Brexit will mean more costs than benefits for British business, a report by the CBI employers' group said.
EU has grown faster as market for UK  exports than Asia and US since Brexit vote
The EU has grown more strongly as a market for UK exporters than either Asia or North America over the past two years, a new survey suggested.
'A lot to lose': Tony Blair wants Merkel to block Brexit
Britain’s former Prime Minister Tony Blair is a staunch supporter of the UK remaining in the European Union.
The future is bright, promises May on tour of Brexit-divided country
Prime Minister Theresa May will promise Britain bright prospects outside the European Union on Thursday when she tours a country still deeply divided about its future as the countdown to Brexit starts its last 12 months.
Source: UK, EU may reach 'provisional' Brexit transition deal next week
Britain and the European Union could agree a "provisional" deal next week on a post-Brexit transition period, a senior Brussels diplomat said on Friday, stressing that this will only happen if London and the bloc resolve all divorce matters first.
'No deal' Brexit could cost UK, EU companies £58b
Companies in Britain and the European Union face an extra £58 billion in annual costs if there is a no-deal Brexit, with Britain's vast financial sector set to be the worst-hit industry, according to a report on Monday.
May defends stance on post-Brexit financial services rules
British Prime Minister Theresa May defended her decision to rule out so-called ‘passporting’ rights for banks after Brexit, saying Britain could not become a “rule taker” when it came to financial services.
Britain's May sets out vision for frictionless trade after Brexit
British Prime Minister Theresa May called on Friday for a deep partnership with the European Union after Brexit, setting out ambitions for a tailor-made deal with independent arbitration and new arrangements for regulation and financial services.
Brexit: No deal would be 'hugely damaging' to car industry
Failing to strike a Brexit deal would put ‘hundreds of thousands’ of jobs in the car industry at risk, MPs have said.
May says no UK PM could accept EU Brexit treaty
British Prime Minister Theresa May angrily rejected a draft divorce treaty unveiled by the EU on Wednesday, saying she would never allow the bloc to undermine her country's "constitutional integrity".
Scotland says won't consent to Brexit bill after latest UK offer
Scotland's first minister said on Tuesday that the devolved Scottish Parliament would not consent to legislation necessary to keep Britain's Brexit plans on track, presenting another thorny issue for the government to surmount.
UK: Staying in EU customs union would be sellout
Britain must leave the EU customs union to strike new trade deals after Brexit, the country's trade minister said Tuesday, widening a major fissure within British politics over future trade relations with the bloc.
UK Labour Party pressures its leader to change Brexit stance
British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn was facing increasing pressure to change the party's Brexit stance ahead of a key speech on Britain's plan to leave the European Union.

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