Tag: Brexit talks

Simon Coveney

Ireland: Brexit Could Be Delayed Even Further

Britain could be trapped in the European Union (EU) for even longer than the four years and nine months since the vote to leave that has already been agreed, it has emerged Wednesday.

Prime Minister Theresa May speaks to party supporters as she campaigns in the North East of England during a visit to the Linskill Centre on May 12, 2017 in North Shields, United Kingdom. The visit takes the Prime Minister to a traditional heartland of Labour Party support as campaigning events …

POLL: Brits Overwhelmingly Reject Tory ‘Soft Brexit’

The British public is overwhelmingly opposed to the Prime Minister’s plan for a “soft” Brexit and almost a third of voters are prepared to back a new, right wing party committed to a clean Brexit, a poll shows.

Brexit Secretary David Davis

Fears May Will Scrap Brexit Department for Being Too Pro-Brexit

The Prime Minister is suspected of moving to sideline or even abolish the Brexit department, because it is too openly pro-Brexit, as the Brexit secretary warns her against abandoning a clean exit from the bloc and pushing to stay tied to its rules.

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EU Claims UK Has Made ‘No Substantial Progress’ on Brexit

BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union issued a stark assessment of the gridlocked Brexit talks Friday, saying there’s been “no substantial progress” on the key issue of the Irish border and advising EU nations to ramp up their preparations for the possibility that Britain could crash out of the bloc without a deal.