Monday, January 16, 2017

#EUREF

#EUREF

The UK's former justice secretary Michael Gove has leapt to the defence of Boris Johnson after the emergence of a previously unseen newspaper column...

Theresa May has put Britain on track for a “hard Brexit” by the spring of 2019, as she insisted she will not accept any...

The prime ministers of Slovakia and the Czech Republic have said Britain will be able to keep access to the European Union's single market...

The Brexit vote was followed by a deluge of warnings from businesses amid fears over the hit to consumer confidence and as the pound...

There were further signs of a "Brexit bounce" in the UK economy as figures showed a robust performance from the manufacturing sector in September. The...

The president of the European Parliament Martin Schulz has said it is important to finish negotiations for Britain's exit from the European Union before...

The EU must take a "brutally honest" assessment of its problems, according to the president of the European Council. Donald Tusk has been speaking as...

Two Polish police officers have arrived on the streets of Essex in a bid to allay fears about a suspected rise in hate crime. The...

The EU still needs more united action to move forward in the face of widespread opposition to more centralised powers, the president of the...

Barack Obama has said the United States would guard against any "adverse" impacts from the Brexit vote, but warned that a trade deal with...

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