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Experts express concern over the loss of Britons’ free movement rights after Brexit.
Dozens of countries fear Boris Johnson is hindering reappointment of secretary general.
SCOTLAND and Wales are to boycott a ministerial video conference with the UK after a Brexit extension was refused before a letter from the Scottish Government had even reached No 10.
Which? raises alarm after Boris Johnson dumped promised ban on chlorinated chicken and hormone-fed beef, to strike quickfire agreement with Donald Trump
'I remain convinced that with mutual respect and constructive engagement by the #UK across the board, on all issues of the negotiating table, we can move forward in the limited available time.'
'The most interesting point in @DavidGHFrost letter was the bit expressing incredulity at no European country being able to operate outside EU sphere. The EU is how countries of Europe (up until now, UK included) have come to organise their relationship over time.'
It is understandable, and even desirable from a business perspective, that many of the UK's demands on EU are ahemm, 'ambitious'. ...
The UK may no longer be an EU member but, as the current health crisis shows, cooperation continues to be essential.
MICHAEL Gove has suggested that EU officials may need to cross the border into the north in order to oversee checks on goods.
If the coronavirus pandemic does not critically damage the British and European music industry, the effect of Brexit may finish it off.
French President Emmanuel Macron has written a letter to Britons on the occasion of Brexit seeking to give reassurance that France will still be home to the many British people in France.
British Ceramic Confederation open letter to MPs with ceramic manufacturing sites in their constituency.
Homelessness is already rising and experts fear a hard Brexit could severely impact those who depend on social welfare.
'Dear European Union citizens living in Scotland, ...'
Downing Street’s attempt to dodge Benn Act falls flat.
Scotland's highest court has rejected calls to dismiss a case looking into the legality of Boris Johnson's Brexit extension request from the EU.
The British government has sent the European Union a request to postpone the date of its departure from the bloc, European Council President Donald Tusk has said.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson sent an unsigned letter to the European Union on Saturday requesting a Brexit delay and a separate note saying that he did not want an extension, a British government source said.
The prime minister has requested a further extension to the Article 50 negotiating period to 31 January 2020. / Boris Johnson has written to the EU requesting a three-month delay to Brexit - despite telling them he doesn't want one and vowing to press on with taking the UK out of the bloc on 31 October.
Boris Johnson has sent a request to the EU for a delay to Brexit - but without his signature.
Donald Tusk confirms letter has arrived – though reports suggest it was unsigned photocopy with a conflicting view in a second letter.
UK citizens fear ‘consequences’ of British government’s announcements after Brexit.
We are economists who care about Britain and its future. We feel compelled to speak out on the risks of Leaving and opportunities from Remaining in the EU. / 12 Nobel Laureates and over 175 UK based economists have signed this statement.