Europe has given a collective sigh of relief to news that the UK will finally trigger Article 50 next week, beginning divorce proceedings from the European Union. It was last June that Britain voted in.. Source: Euronews English -
The British government has said it will trigger Article 50, formally starting the process of leaving the European Union, on March 29. The move will start the clock ticking on a two-year countdown to.. Source: Euronews English -
On Monday, the UK notified the European Union that on Wednesday, March 29th, the country would begin official Brexit negotiations, according to a spokesman for British Prime Minister Theresa May... Source: Wochit Headline News -
Brexit minister Lord Bridges has sidestepped questions over the government's plans for Brexit legislation, while also committing to the publication of a new white paper.
Downing Street today.. City A.M.
*Peter Wilding, director at British Influence, says the UK.*
The UK is going for hard Brexit. The holy grail is taking back full control over borders, laws and money while still getting full access.. City A.M.
Prime Minister Theresa May will trigger Article 50 on Wednesday, March 29, starting the historic process of the UK's departure from the European Union (EU).The move allows the UK to formally begin.. Bristol Post
The pound has pared earlier gains against both the dollar and the euro, after the trigger date for Brexit negotiations was confirmed this morning.
Sterling was up against the dollar, hitting.. City A.M.
Article 50, which will give Theresa May the power to begin the process of leaving the EU, has been granted royal assent.
This means the Queen has formally approved the Brexit bill and has made it.. City A.M.
It's now almost nine months since the referendum, and Article 50 is about to be invoked.
Readers of this column will be familiar with my arguments as to why a unilateral free trade Brexit is the.. City A.M.
Legal eagles have today become the latest in a string of experts calling on the government to secure a bespoke deal for the financial sector in the Brexit negotiations.
The report from the Bar.. City A.M.
Brexit Secretary David Davis has admitted the government has not made any economic assessment of leaving the European Union without securing a trade deal.The Haltemprice and Howden MP also said it was.. Hull Daily Mail
European Council president Donald Tusk has hit out over "increasing threats" from the UK over the willingness to quit the EU without agreeing new trade terms.
Prime Minister Theresa May has.. City A.M.
The government does not know the economic impact on the UK of a "no deal" Brexit, David Davis told to MPs this morning.
Responding to questions from the exiting the EU committee, Brexit secretary.. City A.M.