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The London bureau chief for Germany’s public broadcaster reflects on Britain’s government.
Belfast court rules EU Withdrawal Act trumps claims that Protocol breaches Acts of Union.
A CAMPAIGN group backing independence in Western Sahara is to take the UK Government to court over a post-Brexit trade agreement with Morocco.
Brussels says London must backtrack or both sides will go down ‘a much more confrontational’ path.
Joe Biden is set to raise pressure on Boris Johnson to not go back on the post-Brexit Northern Ireland treaty before the pair attend the G7 summit later this week in Cornwall.
In an exclusive interview, Ireland’s EU commissioner Mairead McGuinness told the Irish Independent the UK was “playing a very dangerous game” by inflaming tensions in the North.
Ashley Fox says organisation will not hesitate to take public bodies to court if they breach Brexit withdrawal agreement.
MPs are set to examine the effectiveness of the Electoral Commission at the time of the Brexit and Scottish independence referendums.
Heathrow Airport has lost a High Court bid to challenge the scrapping of tax-free shopping for tourists.
The European Union has said it is weighing its "next steps" after Britain formally responded to Brussels over the launch of legal proceedings alleging London broke the Brexit protocol covering Northern Ireland.
The post-Brexit Northern Ireland treaty is reportedly seen as “dead in the water” by Downing Street as negotiations between the UK and EU over the protocol continue.
The EU this morning warned that it would continue to pursue legal action against the UK “for as long as necessary” over post-Brexit trade issues in Northern Ireland.
David Davis, the former Brexit Secretary, has admitted he privately agreed with campaigner Gina Miller taking the government, of which he was a part at the time, to court over Article 50.
Britain has asked for more time to respond to legal action taken by the European Union over its unilateral decision to ease requirements of the Northern Ireland Protocol, Ireland’s RTE television reported on Wednesday.
BORIS Johnson allegedly signed the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement on a "fraudulent" basis, the Court of Appeal has heard.
Stephen Delahunty reports on a lawsuit being brought before for the courts to consider the legality of the UK-Morocco Association Agreement
Trade bloc indicates desire to ease tensions with UK over alleged breach of protocol.
European vice-president Maroš Šefčovič says claim about Brussels trying to erect barrier down Irish Sea undermines UK’s reputation
A SCOT who has been imprisoned for a month in Barcelona after Brexit rendered him a “flight risk” is likely to face his 31st birthday still incarcerated – before his case comes to trial.
The European Union launched legal action against Britain on Monday for unilaterally changing trading arrangements for Northern Ireland that Brussels says breach the Brexit divorce deal agreed with London last year.
The European Union’s envoy to the UK Joao Vale de Almeida has said this Tuesday that the Northern Ireland protocol negotiated between Britain and the EU in December is the solution to paving a way to allow for the free movement of goods between the two jurisdictions, and not the problem.
A claim by British secretary of state Brandon Lewis that there is no Irish Sea border does not match the legal reality, the High Court heard today.
Brussels has launched legal action against the UK government after Boris Johnson announced he would renege on parts of the deal he signed last year. / Earlier this month the UK moved to unilaterally change parts of the deal to better suit British businesses – provoking anger on the other side of the channel.
The EU has launched formal legal action against the UK for breaching Boris Johnson’s own Brexit deal. / Brussels said it saw the UK’s decision to unilaterally extend post-Brexit grace periods on trade in Northern Ireland as a violation of international law.