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EU Cracks: Juncker Says Brexit Deal Close

LONDON (AP) – A European Union chief says the chances of Britain and the bloc striking a Brexit deal are rising, amid reports the two sides are moving closer on the fraught issue of the Irish border.

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Juncker Urges Belgium to Grant Citizenship to EU’s UK Staff

BRUSSELS (AP) – European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Thursday appealed to Belgium to grant nationality to Britons who work at the European Union’s vast executive arm, as Brexit approaches next year.

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EU Prez Juncker: Brexit Will Happen, No Second Referendum

The president of the European Commission has said he thinks Brexit will go ahead and there will not be a second referendum, whilst warning remaining member states they will have to pay more into the bloc’s budget.

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker

WATCH: Juncker Press Conference Interrupted by Wife… No, Merkel

BRUSSELS (AFP) – It’s a problem many people will be familiar with: forgetting to turn your phone off during an important meeting, then it rings with a call from home. Except that for European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker it apparently

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EU Chief Juncker to EU Parliament: ‘You are Ridiculous’

BRUSSELS (AP) — The head of the European Union’s executive body denounced the bloc’s parliament as “totally ridiculous” during a spat over the meager attendance at Tuesday’s plenary session for the prime minister of tiny Malta. After EU Commission President

Theresa May Campaigns On The Conservative Battle Bus - Day Nine

May Strikes Back: Demands Brussels Pay A British Brexit Bill

Theresa May has responded to the European Union’s escalating demands for Britain to pay a Brexit “divorce bill” by claiming that the bloc may owe money to the UK. The European Commission is thought to be seeking a settlement worth

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Trade Power Grab Strengthens Anti-Brexit Hardliners in Brussels

The Court of Justice of the European Union has greatly expanded the unelected European Commission’s powers over trade policy, which streamlines the process of negotiating a UK/EU deal – but increases the influence of Brussels hardliners.