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Leo Varadkar, Ireland’s deputy prime minister, has accused the British government of risking the break-up of the United Kingdom and making “shocking” blunders over Northern Ireland.
Ministers express ‘unity’ on European Commission’s legal proceedings in Luxembourg meeting.
Boris Johnson’s rotten regime has not covered itself in glory. / For an un-jaundiced sense of how post-Brexit – sorry Global – Britain is viewed from abroad as the wheels fall off Boris Johnson’s rotten regime, Italy is a good place to start.
Foreign Secretary Liz Truss just announced the Government’s intention to introduce legislation “in the coming weeks to make changes in the [Northern Ireland] protocol”.
Britain is facing a rough road that holds little prospect of promised glory days.
European media responded with shock and disbelief this morning after a minister in Northern Ireland ordered to end checks on food in his country and the UK declared it won’t do anything about it.
63% of people say their view of Britain has changed since it left the EU, and of those, 95% say it has changed for the worse.
In this lecture, Sara Hobolt examined unique survey evidence to explore the short-term and long-term impact of Brexit on public attitudes towards the European Union.
As British people walk among empty supermarket shelves, they could be forgiven for being concerned about Christmas. When the government deploys the army and desperately tries to import thousands of foreign temporary workers, the promised post-Brexit “sunlit uplands” seem rather distant. The most acute shortage is that of lorry drivers.
‘Look at what’s going on with store shelves’ and ‘the restocking of fuel,’ says Thierry Breton.
Thierry Breton, the French politician who is also the European Commission's internal market commissioner, said on Tuesday that Brexit was a "catastrophe" for the United Kingdom.
French finance minister Bruno Le Maire has told the BBC that leaving the single market after Brexit has made the supply chain crisis worse for the UK.
Analysts in Europe say Britain committed “Anglo-Saxon suicide” when it voted for Brexit.
As Britain struggles with shortages, many Europeans are moving on from the dramas of Brexit, reports International Correspondent Borzou Daragahi.
US and European media give their verdict on the fuel, food and labour crisis they say is caused by Brexit
“We tried to talk you out of it, but you decided otherwise. Now you have to face the consequences.”
Newspapers have splashed the UK’s struggle for fuel across their front pages as the Army mobilises to ensure petrol pumps don’t go dry.
The decision to limit immigration at a time of severe market shortages of drivers has escalated a squeeze into a crisis.
The UK has had little influence in Germany’s upcoming election, experts say, after the country ‘shrugged its shoulders and moved on’ from Brexit. / "Germans generally think Brexit is a bit mad, they generally wish that Britain was still in the European Union, but they shrug their shoulders and they’ve moved on."
Popular daily newspaper Liberation has claimed Brexit has brought "disappointing tomorrows" to the UK.
Continent’s press liken situation to 1970s Winter of Discontent and ‘boycotted Cuba’.
EU must continue to monitor and ensure that the British hold up their side of the bargain.
The European Parliament has voted to ratify the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA), with 660 out of 697 MEPs voting in favour of the deal, but a Brexit expert has said it is only the beginning.
The French response to Brexit has not quite been a Gallic shrug. But it's not been far off. PAULINE SCHNAPPER explains the view from Paris.
Leaders say Europe again has a friend in the White House but differences with US will not disappear.