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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.
Move opens door to EU membership amid outrage over the brutality of the unprovoked Russian attack.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson knows very well what action the European Union could take if London fails to comply with the post-Brexit agreement it struck with the bloc on Northern Ireland, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said on Monday.
Ministers are saying “this won’t be as bad as the winter of discontent”. I dread to think what they’ll promise next.
Insiders reject inference of division among EU members on Northern Ireland issue.
Emmanuel Macron insisted he has not been trying to ‘have his cake and eat it’ with his approach to talks.
Macron insists there is no margin for negotiation over French fishing rights.
Leo Varadkar says UK has struggled to accept its is less important than it once was.
As the Conservative Party in the UK enters the final phase of its leadership race, the contenders were encouraged by European leaders to be realistic about what they could expect to achieve on Brexit when they enter No. 10 Downing Street.
EU leaders have “lost patience” with Britain and do not want to grant another Brexit extension when time runs out in October, Ireland’s prime minister has said.
The Dutch Prime Minister has said Boris Johnson’s ideas about implementing a transition period after a no-deal Brexit are not possible.
Mark Rutte also claims UK will be 'diminished' as a country under any type of Brexit.
May’s last-gasp dash to Strasbourg, the midnight press conference with Juncker... EU officials and politicians looked on with growing incredulity.
Mark Rutte gives withering verdict as he warns against ‘devastating’ no-deal scenario.