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Rwandan president Paul Kagame says the African Union could become a strong body as the European Union despite well documented hurdles.
As many as 15 countries in West Africa have agreed to adopt a single currency, called ECO, next year.
'Obviously if we can’t then we will have the very good option also of an Australian-style arrangement,' says PM.
France’s former Europe Minister, now an MEP, has hit out at the “eternal British mistake of believing that by dividing the EU, the UK will obtain what it wants”.
Voters promised a Brexit boon will consider bid to keep Nissan and Toyota as ‘ridiculous’, prime minister warned.
EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier complained of lack of respect and engagement by UK
Some 110 business leaders have warned U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson of dire consequences if he fails to sign a trade deal with the European Union before the Brexit transition period ends in six months.
The European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator rejected the U.K.’s latest proposals for financial firms to do business with the 27-nation bloc after Brexit, accusing Britain of trying to keep as many of the benefits of the single market as it can.
HMRC document shows firms in Great Britain will be obliged to complete three types of electronic paperwork.
The UK government will ultimately back away from a no-deal Brexit because trading on World Trade Organisation rules with Europe would be simply too damaging for UK business after the Covid crisis, Peter Mandelson has predicted.
Little progress in talks so far as negotiators meet face to face in Brussels.
Four years on from the UK's Brexit vote, a majority of British voters would now opt to remain inside the European Union, says new research.
Lorries will need permission from new HMRC computer system before heading for Dover.
Experts express concern over the loss of Britons’ free movement rights after Brexit.
Deadline to agree regulatory equivalence for financial services and allow business after Brexit likely to be missed.
The U.K. will set up a new commission to inform its post-Brexit agricultural policy, bowing to pressure from British farmers and potentially complicating trade negotiations with the U.S.
U.K. companies exporting into the European Union will have to wait for permission from tax authorities before they can move their goods under plans being drawn up by the government.
The pound is already under pressure from fears that Britain will fail to clinch a trade deal with the European Union by the end-2020 deadline.
Loss of free movement rights means UK workers not suitable for many professional roles.
Senior British civil servants are reportedly urging government ministers to abandon plans to build the UK’s own global navigation satellite system (GNSS), arguing that the proposed £5 billion project is “unaffordable” amid the economic devastation being wrought by the Coronavirus pandemic.
Angela Merkel has warned Britons will have to “live with the consequences” of Boris Johnson rejecting Theresa May’s plan to continue close economic ties with Brussels after Brexit.
ONLY a quarter of Scottish farmers are optimistic about the impact Brexit will have on the industry, a survey has found.
A NEW Scottish campaign is being launched to gather support for rejoining the EU. A poll commissioned by the new group, which has yet to be named, found 63% of Scots support backing an extension to Brexit beyond the December 31 deadline.
I WAS struck last week how little notice was paid to the fourth anniversary of the Brexit referendum which took place last Tuesday.