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The course of Brexit was set in the hours and days after the 2016 referendum. / It was at 6:22 a.m. on June 24, 2016 — 59 minutes before the official tally was unveiled — that the European Council sent its first “lines to take” to the national governments that make up the EU.
The challenge posed by Britain leaving the EU gave the European Commission an opportunity to embed its values and its members’ interests.
Economic hardship and war have not pushed Europe’s nations apart, but closer together.
Boris Johnson agreed in the final hours of the Northern Ireland Protocol negotiations that there would be customs declarations on goods exiting Northern Ireland to Britain, despite the fact that just three weeks later he told businesses in the North there would be "no forms, no checks, no barriers of any kind…," according to a detailed new account of the protocol negotiations.
British voters were not fully informed on the implications of Brexit during the referendum in 2016, a European Parliament report has concluded.
Lord Frost told the Conservative conference that the ‘long bad dream’ of our EU membership is over but his is just beginning.
Former European Commission president says then-PM asked him not to intervene in referendum debate.
Move threatens to collapse talks that PM has said must be completed within weeks.
European commission chief says he regrets not getting involved in 2016 campaign.
European Commission president says ‘bulls***’ was responsible for Brexit.
The Brexit Party leader seems to back the Benn Act after Jean-Claude Juncker suggested there would be no extension to the leaving date.
German chancellor tells EU leaders UK should be offered extension if it is requested.
MPs set for Saturday vote on Boris Johnson's agreement.
The European Commission head does not know whether Boris Johnson plans to obey the law and ask for an extension, if no deal is agreed.
Sources from both sides confirm that no further negotiations are scheduled.
Ireland’s Leo Varadkar says PM’s pledge of no hard border contradicts written proposal.
The European Union is "open but not convinced" by the UK PM's new proposals for a Brexit deal with the EU, the president of the European Council says.
EU sources say PM seemed taken aback when shown implications of his Brexit plan.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has skipped a planned news conference with Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel after he met European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker to discuss Brexit.
'It is the UK's responsibility to come forward with legally operational solutions' but 'such proposals have not yet been made' Brussels warns.
PM’s upbeat account dismissed as Jean-Claude Juncker warns time is running out.
Luxembourg talks are not expected to deliver a breakthrough as the clock ticks down to 31 October.
The European Commission said on Monday that the EU was ready for a no-deal Brexit and that Britain would suffer most under such a scenario.
The Government has been accused of trying to play the “blame game” over a no-deal Brexit, as Michael Gove claimed that the EU was refusing to negotiate with Britain.