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Ex-minister: Young could undo Brexit

Ex-minister: Young could undo Brexit

Justine Greening: Next generation of MPs could ‘improve or undo’ Brexit 17 January 2018 comments Related Topics Brexit Image copyright House of Commons A future generation of MPs will seek to “improve or undo” Brexit if it does not work for...
EU's Juncker: Don't believe Brexit won't happen

EU's Juncker: Don't believe Brexit won't happen

EU’s Juncker: Don’t believe Brexit won’t happen 8 January 2018 Related Topics Brexit Image copyright EPA Image caption Mr Juncker sees Brexit posing a budget dilemma for the EU European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker says he believes Brexit...
Brexit deal by 2019 'dramatically difficult'

Brexit deal by 2019 'dramatically difficult'

Agreeing a Brexit deal by the March 2019 deadline will be “dramatically difficult”, the European Union has warned. The stark warning came from EU Council President Donald Tusk, who was speaking after European leaders agreed to move Britain’s exit...
Brexit: EU leaders agree to move talks to next stage

Brexit: EU leaders agree to move talks to next stage

Brexit: EU leaders agree to move talks to next stage 15 December 2017 comments Related Topics Brexit Image copyright Reuters Image caption Donald Tusk has given the green light to the next phase of talks EU leaders have agreed to move Brexit talks on to the second...
EU could extend talks if MPs reject Brexit deal

EU could extend talks if MPs reject Brexit deal

The UK is “heading for a softer Brexit” after Theresa May’s defeat in Parliament and the phase one deal, a key EU leader has said. Joseph Muscat, the Prime Minister of Malta, claimed the Tory revolt to give MPs a “meaningful vote” on the...
EU leaders to move Brexit to next stage

EU leaders to move Brexit to next stage

Brexit: EU leaders set to move talks on to next stage 15 December 2017 Related Topics Brexit Image copyright AFP/Getty Images EU leaders are expected to formally agree to start the next phase of Brexit negotiations later. It means talks can move on to the long-term...
PM 'urges EU27 to agree swift Brexit transition'

PM 'urges EU27 to agree swift Brexit transition'

The PM was applauded by EU27 leaders at the EU summit dinner after German Chancellor Angela Merkel thanked her for her commitment in Brexit talks, say Sky sources at the dinner. The applause arose partly because Theresa May will not be at the summit today when the...
Cabinet heavyweights back PM's Brexit deal

Cabinet heavyweights back PM's Brexit deal

Senior members of Theresa May’s government have backed her breakthrough deal in the Brexit talks, which includes paying more than £30bn to Brussels. Criticism of the Prime Minister’s deal among Leave-supporting MPs has been muted so far, although there...
UK and EU 'appear close to Brexit breakthrough'

UK and EU 'appear close to Brexit breakthrough'

UK and EU ‘appear close to Brexit breakthrough’ 4 December 2017 From the section UK Politics comments Related Topics Brexit Image copyright Reuters There are increasing indications that an agreement on the first phase of Brexit talks is about to be struck....
Ireland 'threat to veto Brexit trade talks'

Ireland 'threat to veto Brexit trade talks'

Ireland may threaten to use its EU veto to prevent Brexit talks from moving on to trade because of issues around its border, its EU commissioner has warned. Phil Hogan, the EU’s agriculture commissioner, has told The Observer his country wants guarantees there...
Theresa May playing Brexit whack a mole

Theresa May playing Brexit whack a mole

Friday was supposed to be about money, money, money. And not just because the Prime Minister, Theresa May, has come to Sweden, the birthplace of ABBA. We’d been told that she would make a signal which would placate the EU: that the British government would be...
'Russia fake Twitter accounts targeted Brexit vote'

'Russia fake Twitter accounts targeted Brexit vote'

Fake Twitter accounts created by a Russian propaganda unit made a determined, co-ordinated attempt to interfere during the EU referendum, Sky News can reveal. A detailed analysis of Twitter accounts identified by the US senate as being linked to the Kremlin shows this...
UK should re-run Brexit vote, Irish minister says

UK should re-run Brexit vote, Irish minister says

Britain should take Ireland’s approach to referendums and rerun the Brexit vote because of the damage it is likely to cause, an Irish government minister has suggested. Agriculture minister Michael Creed told Sky News that a second referendum or viewing last...
Brexit bill on menu as Davis set for Paris talks

Brexit bill on menu as Davis set for Paris talks

David Davis will travel to Paris on Monday for Brexit talks after French President Emmanuel Macron told London it needed to put more money on the table to unlock trade negotiations in December. Government sources told Sky News the dinner between the Brexit secretary...
PM urges Brexit deal she can defend domestically

PM urges Brexit deal she can defend domestically

Theresa May has warned EU leaders of her political difficulties in the UK and urged them to help deliver a deal she can defend domestically. The high-stakes plea, a clear reference to the internal wrangling within her own Cabinet, seeks to persuade European leaders to...
EU leaders play down Brexit talks progress

EU leaders play down Brexit talks progress

EU leaders have welcomed Theresa May’s latest offer to free up Brexit negotiations but talked down chances of them moving on to the crucial trade stage. Angela Merkel arrived at a summit of the 28 countries in Brussels, praising the “encouraging”...
Clinton: Brexit impact only just dawning on some

Clinton: Brexit impact only just dawning on some

Bill Clinton has suggested that some people who voted for Brexit may only just be realising the consequences of their choice. The former US president made the comments as he received an honorary doctorate at Dublin City University for his work on the Northern Ireland...
IMF chief 'cannot imagine' no deal on Brexit

IMF chief 'cannot imagine' no deal on Brexit

The head of the International Monetary Fund has said she “cannot imagine” there will be no deal on Brexit. At the IMF’s annual meeting in Washington, Christine Lagarde made her most strongly worded intervention since the negotiations began, urging...
No-deal Brexit would be 'devastating' for Ireland

No-deal Brexit would be 'devastating' for Ireland

If Britain failed to agree a Brexit deal it would be “devastating” for the peace process in Northern Ireland, a former Irish prime minister has told Sky News. John Bruton, who helped shape the peace agreements of the 1990s, said the UK leaving the EU with...

May: Brexit deal will prove 'doomsayers' wrong

The Prime Minister will tell MPs that the “ball is in the EU’s court” when she updates them on the progress of Brexit negotiations. Theresa May will call for the European Union to be flexible in its approach and will promise the UK can get a deal...
EU 'steps up' Labour Brexit talks amid May 'plot'

EU 'steps up' Labour Brexit talks amid May 'plot'

EU negotiators have reportedly stepped up backroom Brexit talks with Labour amid concerns over Theresa May’s future. The Prime Minister has faced repeated calls to resign since losing the Conservative majority in June, with fresh claims this week that more than...
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