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UK: Article 50 - What Next? (Video) - Gowling WLG

How Brexit will work. What triggering Article 50 means and how involved Parliament will be in shaping our future relationship with Europe?
Mondaq

Small business IP cases hit an all-time high

small business ip cases hit an all-time high
The number of small and medium-sized enterprises launching legal battles to protect their intellectual property (IP) has hit an all-time high, increasing by 68 per cent in the last year. The UK’s..
City A.M.

Videos for "Article 50"

News video: Brexit Appeal: Parliament has final say in triggering Article 50

Brexit Appeal: Parliament has final say in triggering Article 50 03:10

In a major blow for Prime Minister Theresa May, the British government has lost its case for making the sole call on triggering Article 50, the formal process to begin negotiations to leave the..
Source: RT News Channel -

News video: EU Chairman Warns of Emotional 'Brexit' Talks

EU Chairman Warns of Emotional 'Brexit' Talks 00:40

On Thursday, Donald Tusk, the chairman of the EU, said that the UK's negotiations with the European Union on exiting the organization are already very tough and will become "impossible" if emotions..
Source: Wochit News -

News video: May: Brexit Talks Will Be Hard

May: Brexit Talks Will Be Hard 00:45

(CNN)British Prime Minister Theresa May has declared that EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker will discover she is a "bloody difficult woman" during Brexit negotiations. Referencing a jibe made..
Source: Wochit News -

News video: Debate to decide UK fate? Brexit parliamentary vote case in British Supreme Court

Debate to decide UK fate? Brexit parliamentary vote case in British Supreme Court 02:51

A crucial hearing on Brexit is underway in the UK's Supreme Court. The British government is seeking to overturn an earlier High Court ruling, which stated Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty could only be..
Source: RT News Channel -

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Theresa May has brushed off calls for the UK to settle its Brexit bill before embarking on trade talks. The Prime Minister said EU leaders knew that "nothing is agreed until everything is agreed" and..
Source: PA - Press Association STUDIO -

 

Bank of England's Mark Carney has been spotted at the White House

bank of england's mark carney has been spotted at the white house
The Bank of England governor was spotted at the White House yesterday. But before speculation could go into overdrive about any possible moves to a new central bank, the Bank of England said Mark..
City A.M.

Asylum seeking raccoon taken in after coming to the UK on the back of a lorry

asylum seeking raccoon taken in after coming to the uk on the back of a lorry
We might have invoked Article 50, but there's still room for Fifi in Brexit Britain
Ely News Also reported by •Cambridge News

Querencia investigate the drop in consumer confidence following article 50 trigger

Friday 19 May, 2017As uncertainty mounts following Theresa May’s triggering of article 50, Sheffield-based outsourced sales and marketing experts, Querencia has been investigating the implications of..
Pressat

Here's what UK tech wants from the next government

here's what uk tech wants from the next government
Funding for protecting Britain from cyber attacks should be tripled by the next government and Brexit negotiations should ensure online businesses can continue to take advantage of the free flow of..
City A.M.

This is the Brexit phoney war. Prepare to do battle in your suit

this is the brexit phoney war. prepare to do battle in your suit
Keep your tin hats on if your business has any exposure to the Brexit negotiations. We all have skin in this grand political game, be it our own knees and elbows or the backsides of our corporate..
City A.M.

Davis blasts EU's "illogical" stance on Brexit negotiations

davis blasts eu's "illogical" stance on brexit negotiations
Brexit secretary David Davis has branded the EU's refusal to hold simultaneous divorce talks and trade negotiations "illogical", and risked a new row over protections for the rights of European..
City A.M.

UK tech investors face loss of significant funding after Brexit

EU venture capital body cuts activity in Britain after triggering of Article 50
FT.com

European Union: Leaving The EU? This Is How You Do It. - iGlobal Law

On 29 March 2017, the UK Prime Minister (PM) triggered the now famous Article 50 by writing to Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, notifying him of the UK's intention to leave the EU.
Mondaq

Meet the four men in charge of the EU’s Brexit negotiations

meet the four men in charge of the eu’s brexit negotiations
Brexit negotiations are often characterised as being between the UK and the EU. This is technically accurate, but the EU itself is comprised of several different institutions - each of which will have..
City A.M.

UK named third most attractive destination for M&A deals

uk named third most attractive destination for m&a deals
Over half of UK companies are expected to pursue mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in the next 12 months, up three per cent from October 2016. According to EY’s 16th Global Capital Confidence..
City A.M.

UK: Sanctions: The Brexit Effect - Clyde & Co

Further to the triggering of Article 50 on 29 March 2017, and the start of the two year negotiation period ahead of the UK's departure from the EU
Mondaq

Theresa May got Brexit tactics 'precisely wrong', former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis says

'The last thing you do is go in there and say: "I'm triggering Article 50 and I am going to get my way"'
Independent

EU "cannot deny" the UK lengthy Brexit transition: Varoufakis

eu "cannot deny" the uk lengthy brexit transition: varoufakis
Former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis has encouraged Prime Minister Theresa May to push for a lengthy Brexit transition, arguing the EU "cannot deny" the UK. A prominent critic of the EU..
City A.M.

Theresa May is already blaming Brussels for the failure of Brexit and it will be the Remainers next

Now Article 50 is triggered, the Prime Minister has only two years to pre-apportion blame for the failure of Brexit, and she is off to a breakneck start
Independent


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