Today in the city Brookwood 22.11.2018
EU contingency to 'bridge' through worst of no-deal Brexit: officials

The European Union's executive is preparing temporary contingency measures to minimize the worst disruption in five key areas in case of a no-deal Brexit, the bloc's officials said on Tuesday.


EU moving to 'make best' of Brexit deal: Juncker

The European Union is not out to punish Britain for leaving and its chief negotiator Michel Barnier is moving toward an accord that can make the best of Brexit for both sides, European Commission Pres...


The Mess The U.K. Government Is Making Of Brexit Is Proving Costly

The UK government has spent eighteen months battling with its own supporters instead of negotiating a realistic Brexit deal. With only four months to go, the U.K. Cabinet is still divided and no deal...


DUP's Dodds says Brexit talks inching toward compromise deal

The deputy leader of the Democratic Unionist Party, which props up British Prime Minister Theresa May's government, said on Tuesday that it appeared European Union and British negotiators were nearing...


Brexit deal almost in 'touching distance' as major EU deadline looms

A Brexit deal is almost within touching distance, Prime Minister Theresa May's de facto deputy said on Tuesday, as Britain and the European Union sought to avoid missing a deadline for approving the d...


EU proposes visa-free travel for Britons after Brexit

The European Union's executive proposed on Tuesday that Britons be allowed to visit the bloc without visas after Brexit and stepped up preparations in case of a no-deal divorce.


Brexit has already hurt the City of London — here's a shopping list of all the damage so far

Banks and financial firms that make up 6.5% of UK GDP have already taken precautionary measures to prep for Brexit, meaning a lot of damage is already done. Banking is just the tip of the iceberg with...


UK's Fox: no one believes 'no deal' is a good Brexit outcome

British Trade Secretary Liam Fox said on Tuesday a lot of effort was being put into achieving a Brexit deal with the European Union as no one believed leaving without an agreement was a good outcome.


Brexit deal possible in 24-48 hours, May's deputy says

Britain and the European Union are on the cusp of a Brexit deal which could be clinched in the next 24 to 48 hours, Prime Minister Theresa May's de facto deputy said on Tuesday.


If you thought Brexit was bad, look at how UK media are describing it

"Deadlocked," "Titanic," "Failing," and "Life support." If you believe the British media, the United Kingdom is heading for a Brexit catastrophe.


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