'You can't have your cake and eat it too': EU to UK on Brexit negotiations

European Council president has said that if UK wants vast access to the 27-member bloc's markets, it will equally have to keep its waters open to EU fishermen.

published on : 21st October 2020

UK welcomes EU offer to intensify Brexit talks

Britain's chief Brexit minister hailed that as evidence of significant movement from the EU, three days after Prime Minister Boris Johnson declared that the talks were effectively over

published on : 19th October 2020

Toilets and IT: UK logistics chiefs demand more Brexit info  

Even with a deal, a huge and complex array of systems needs to be in place to ensure European-bound trucks pass EU border checks, they said

published on : 14th October 2020

European Union launches legal action over UK Brexit bill

On Tuesday, British lawmakers adopted a bill to regulate the UK's internal market from January 1, when Britain will complete its post-Brexit transition period.

published on : 1st October 2020

UK says no-deal Brexit could see 7,000-truck border queues

The two sides say a deal must be struck by October so it can be approved and ratified before Jan.1.

published on : 23rd September 2020

UK defends planned Brexit deal breach as Biden slams move

Britain and the EU jointly promised in the Brexit agreement to ensure there are no customs posts or other obstacles on the Northern Ireland-Ireland border.

published on : 17th September 2020

Former UK leaders Tony Blair, John Major unite to slam Boris Johnson's 'embarrassing' Brexit strategy

Major, a Conservative prime minister from 1990 to 1997, and Blair, his Labour successor for a decade, said PM Boris Johnson's Internal Market Bill 'questions the very integrity' of the UK.

published on : 13th September 2020

UK PM Boris Johnson seeks party backing for his controversial Brexit bill

Johnson reportedly urged the members of parliament (MPs) not to return to the "miserable squabbling" over Europe and support his Internal Market Bill.

published on : 12th September 2020

EU, UK in urgent meeting on lawbreaking British Brexit plan

Britain's decision to break international law by overwriting part of the EU Withdrawal Agreement has alarmed European leaders and threatens to scuttle already-fragile UK-EU negotiations.

published on : 10th September 2020

Hopes muted as EU and UK talk again about post-Brexit ties

Though the UK left the bloc on January 31, it is in a transition period that effectively sees it abide by EU rules until the end of this year.

published on : 8th September 2020
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