Britain’s main opposition Labor Party must commit to staying in the European Union’s single market after Brexit and put an end to Prime Minister Theresa May’s “destructive Brexit,”
It wasn’t exactly instant karma when Beatle John Lennon’s widow, Yoko Ono, heard about a Polish beverage company’s new drink called “John Lemon.” She threatened legal action alleging that it infringed on the trademark of her late husband.
Google on Sept. 11 launched a legal challenge to a record 2.4-billion euro fine imposed by European anti-trust authorities for favoring its own shopping service, lodging an appeal at the EU court in Luxembourg.
Turkey’s national football team has carried its hopes of claiming a berth in the next year’s World Cup to the last two qualification games by beating Croatia 1-0 at home on Sept. 5
European Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker warned again on Aug. 29 that Britain must first agree its divorce terms with the European Union before any discussion of post-Brexit ties can begin.
Much of the future border arrangements between Northern Ireland and Ireland can be solved before Brexit talks enter the next phase, Ireland’s foreign minister said, urging Britain to be realistic in negotiating terms to leave the European Union.
Facing financial troubles, Air Berlin and Alitalia may now be snapped up whole or carved up by rivals, and other airlines may follow, experts say
The European Union should not “drag its feet” in negotiating Brexit, a British government source said on Aug. 27 ahead of a fresh round of UK-EU divorce talks in Brussels this week.
Brexit minister David Davis called on the European Union on Aug. 20 to relax its position that the two sides must first make progress on a divorce settlement before moving on to discussing future relations.
There should be no border posts between Ireland and the British province of Northern Ireland after Brexit, Britain said in an early attempt to resolve one of the most complex aspects of its European Union exit.
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The decision of the British people on June 23, 2016 to leave the European Union is still a matter of discussion within the United Kingdom.
After weeks of feuding, two key figures in Britain’s cabinet came together to say any post-Brexit transition would not be a “back door” to continued European Union membership.
The EU on Aug. 11 called an emergency meeting to stop “blaming and shaming” over the insecticide-tainted eggs scandal as it emerged for the first time that the crisis had spread to Asia.
Britain is prepared to pay up to 40 billion euros ($47 billion) as part of a deal to leave the European Union, the Sunday Telegraph newspaper reported, citing three unnamed sources familiar with Britain’s negotiating strategy.
Britain’s Brexit minister vowed to “get down to work” as he kicked off a first full round of negotiations on July 17, but a year after Britons voted narrowly to quit the EU their government still seemed at odds over what it wants.
Finance minister Philip Hammond said on July 16 that Britain will take responsibility for the money it owes the EU after leaving the bloc, as he acknowledged the cabinet was split over Brexit.
Greece is expected to return to the bond markets in 2018, but having secured its third bailout program Athens may test the waters by issuing a new bond as early as July 17.
The European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier warned British ministers and businesses who are calling for “frictionless trade” with the EU after Britain leaves that that is “not possible.”
The lawyer for the widow of an American soldier killed in Afghanistan said on July 4 that they have filed an application so that any money paid by the Canadian government to a former Guantanamo Bay prisoner convicted of killing him will go toward the widow and another U.S. soldier injured
Northern Ireland’s Sinn Fein accused British Prime Minister Theresa May on July 5 of setting the peace process back decades after a further delay in talks to form a new government for the province.
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