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How will the United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union impact the ongoing sovereignty dispute with Argentina over the Falkland Islands (Malvinas)?
Chief negotiator Michel Barnier says 'the EU sets its own conditions for opening up its markets for goods and services'
Martin Wolf: Britain’s demands for its negotiations with the EU are unrealistic.
"The argument about sovereignty you and I have been having for 60 years. All treaties require pooling of sovereignty"
In both Britain and the rest of Europe, a frank and honest discussion is needed about what it means to be sovereign in a changing world.
Trump’s national security adviser wants the UK to be beholden to the US for its daily bread, making the country a timid American outpost.
‘If we have a populist in government who is flouting convention and acting in a way that bypasses the sovereignty of parliament, parliament will respond accordingly’
Rebel MPs are working on a plan to thwart Boris Johnson pursuing a no-deal Brexit on 31 October that involves forcing parliament to sit through the autumn recess, amid growing outrage about the power and influence of his controversial aide, Dominic Cummings.
How will wealthy Brexiteers profit from Brexit? The surprising truth about the world's most secretive tax network for the wealthy. Plus, we hand the Brexit Party a rather unfortunate award.
The argument that Britain needs to leave the European Union to reclaim its sovereignty is misguided says new paper, Britain, the EU and the Sovereignty Myth.
US trade deal would mean ‘submitting to someone else’s wishes’, academic says.
Judges advise Britain that separating archipelago from Mauritius in 1960s was wrong.
George Papandreou, the ex-prime minister of Greece, discusses a united Europe as part of The World Post's new series, One On One, which gives voice to prominent figures speaking on pressing global issues.
Richard Baldwin, of the Geneva Institute and Editor in Chief of VoxEU talks about the Economics of Brexit. The interview was recorded at the Royal Economic Society annual conference at The University of Sussex in Spring 2016 and produced by Econ Films.
Professor A.C. Grayling talks to the European Movement about the impact of Brexit on Britain's place in the world and how Trump and the far-right will threaten our long-term stability if we don't resist them.
The EU committee said the single market and cross-border travel were vital to the territory's economy, and warned the UK government not to let Spain use trade talks to claim sovereignty.
A deal for joint sovereignty over Gibraltar between Spain and Britain should be revived as Brexit looms, former Europe minister Peter Hain has said.