Lisbon Treaty Article 50

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.


Lords Brexit Bill Amendments to go Before MPs From Monday

LONDON (AFP) – British MPs will meet on Monday to discuss amendments made to a bill empowering Prime Minister Theresa May to trigger Brexit, with further debate possible on Tuesday and Wednesday, the government said.


Theresa May Braces For Second Brexit Defeat in the Lords

LONDON (AFP) – British Prime Minister Theresa May is facing a second defeat on her Brexit bill Tuesday as the House of Lords votes on another change which would give parliament the final say on leaving the EU.

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MPs Begin Debating Article 50 to Trigger Brexit

LONDON (AP) — British lawmakers are starting debate on a bill authorizing the start of European Union exit talks, as the government races to meet a self-imposed March 31 deadline to begin the process.

BERLIN, GERMANY - JULY 20: Theresa May, prime minister of the United Kingdom (L), attends a press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on July 20, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. The two leaders discussed their upcoming cooperation together as well as the United Kingdom's withdrawing of its membership from the …

Leaked Memo: UK Government Has No Overall Plan For Brexit

(REUTERS) – Britain has no overall plan for Brexit and the strategy for leaving the European Union might not be agreed for six months due to divisions in Prime Minister Theresa May’s government, according to a leaked memo seen by the BBC and The Times.


Brexit Minister: We Will Reject Any Attempt To Delay EU Exit

(REUTERS) – Britain’s government will reject any attempt to ignore the result of its referendum vote to leave the European Union or to unduly delay the process of exiting the bloc, Brexit minister David Davis told parliament on Monday.

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UK Will Say Little About Brexit Before Article 50, Says Brexit Minister

LONDON (Reuters) – The British government will not say much about how Brexit will unfold before it triggers Article 50, the formal step that will kick off negotiations on the terms of Britain’s exit from the EU, Brexit minister David Davis said on Monday.


Wake-Up Call: The EU Must Change or Collapse

The United Kingdom’s decision to Vote Leave in the referendum on June 23rd should have been a wake-up call for EU leaders. In the largest election turnout in the history of the UK, 17.4 million people chose to leave an organisation which they believe is detrimental to their interests.

John Redwood

Britain Should Deliver ‘Full Brexit’ Soon, Says Tory MP

LONDON, July 26 (Reuters) – Britain should leave the European Union quickly and not be drawn into a discussion about watering down the voters’ clearly expressed wish for limits on immigration, senior Conservative lawmaker John Redwood said. Redwood, an intellectual