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Brussels’ former Brexit chief urges collaboration on shared challenges and reflects on tumultuous talks.
Rejection of regular EU talks and Horizon dithering prove the PM is running scared of his party’s lunatic fringe.
Differences meant rival diplomats were discouraged from talking to one another.
Jeremy Hunt’s budget shows that leaving the EU is only paying off in a parallel universe.
“This period of not even acknowledging the EU is over” experts say.
Probably not the anniversary present the government was hoping to offer the public.
Britain has signed up to a European Union defence agreement despite having severed ties with the EU.
Plans to build a new royal yacht to drive post-Brexit trade deals have been scrapped with immediate effect.
‘Unacceptable’ lack of progress on alternative to EU’s Galileo project after Brexit, says committee.
Last year was a record for foreign takeovers of UK companies, with 734 UK firms acquired by overseas buyers in 2021 —reflecting a 400% rise since 2015.
The Ukraine crisis shows Boris Johnson must drop his opposition to a defence pact with the EU to allow the UK to quickly deploy forces around Europe, a Tory group says.
Nancy Pelosi among those to highlight the issue, while UK representative says he hopes it is a case of ‘quality over quantity’.
PM urged to recognise pursuit of no-deal Brexit would be regarded as serious error by US.
The PM's controversial top aide will reportedly tour some of Britain's most highly classified national security sites as a review prepares to reshape billions of military spending.
UK government rejects ‘clunky institutional framework’ for foreign policy cooperation.
'We would have to start again with a blank sheet of paper as to how we build up that cooperation with our European partners'
Move sparks fears PM will use European security as Brexit bargaining chip
French president urges raft of reforms to EU including bloc-wide minimum wage, climate bank, and cyber defence agency.
The former head of MI6 says any Brexit makes security difficult to manage but "the harder the Brexit, the greater the damage". / The blunt warning comes from three men who have served at the very top of the British defence and security ...