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President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen has publicly confirmed that she is ready to begin talks immediately on an association agreement to allow United Kingdom participation in Horizon Europe, the European Union’s flagship research programme.
Suggestions that Rishi Sunak might hold back on rejoining the Horizon Programme after securing a landmark Brexit deal have been described as “unspeakable idiotic” by campaigner and scientist Mike Galsworthy.
Northern Ireland protocol: It is 'in national interest' to make progress and support new Brexit deal, says Starmer 27/02/2023
The European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen is already visiting the UK for final talks with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak about a new deal on the Northern Ireland Protocol.
The Prime Minister appeared to play down the prospect of an imminent agreement on the Northern Ireland Protocol, amid speculation one could be announced early next week.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak will meet EU chief Ursula Von Der Leyen and other European leaders at the Munich Security Conference following months of rows about the trading arrangements for Northern Ireland.
Joe Biden’s climate change plan isn’t a threat to the UK, it’s an opportunity.
Ursula von der Leyen pledges ‘unprecedented’ investments in clean technologies. / The EU is preparing to take on President Joe Biden’s showpiece legislation, which has turbocharged green investment in the US, by loosening restrictions on subsidies in Europe and accelerating permits for new projects.
Six years post-Brexit, Britain remains haunted by the EU in a neurosis that is not reciprocated in Brussels or other capitals.
Northern Ireland politicians are making a last-ditch attempt to break a political impasse triggered by Brexit that has stopped the formation of a functioning government in Belfast.
London replies to European Commission in a letter setting out Britain’s unilateral decision to carry on with the status quo.
The UK Government is understood to have told Brussels it will continue with the grace periods relating to the Northern Ireland Protocol.
In her annual state of the union address, European Union Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has underlined the EU's unshakeable solidarity with Ukraine as she unveiled the bloc's proposals to deal with the impending energy crisis.
Ursula von der Leyen sets out plans to mandate revenue cap on electricity generators and secure a 'crisis contribution' from fossil fuel companies in her State of the European Union address.
'In our social market economy, profits are OK. But in these times it is wrong to receive extraordinary record revenues and profits benefiting from war and on the back of consumers.'
UK government set to pitch extension of ‘grace periods’ rather than triggering Article 16.
Move opens door to EU membership amid outrage over the brutality of the unprovoked Russian attack.
The European Parliament has approved EU candidacy status for Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia in a convincing vote on Thursday.
Brussels chief says US president agrees Britain should not ditch post-Brexit protocol.
French president Emmanuel Macron has appeared to suggest the UK has not kept its Brexit pledges as a row over fishing rights intensified.
For those suffering the damaging after-effects, it is Brexit that's providing the nightmares.
European leaders made their feelings about the Northern Ireland protocol known to a PM desperate to score a PR victory.
Shadow foreign secretary tells HuffPost UK the US president will want Boris Johnson to “step up” and solve row over Northern Ireland.
In a move rarely seen between allies, Washington issued London with a demarche: a formal diplomatic reprimand usually reserved for adversaries.
Top European Union officials have vowed to use all available measures to ensure the UK respects the terms of its Brexit agreement with the bloc as tensions rise over trade involving Northern Ireland.
US president Joe Biden can “see through the spin and fog” from London on the Northern Ireland protocol and will urge the British government to implement the deal it agreed, Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney said on Wednesday.