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EU, UK take contrasting messages from May's Brexit speech

*By The Canadian Press* LONDON — European Union leaders on Wednesday countered U.K. optimism about a smooth and mutually beneficial divorce between Britain and the EU, declaring that, no matter..
CJME

How are Europe's politicians reacting to May's big Brexit speech?

how are europe's politicians reacting to may's big brexit speech?
After taking a night to digest Theresa May's landmark address at Lancaster House yesterday, Europe's politicians are slowly stirring to issue their own thoughts on the Prime Minister's Brexit..
City A.M.

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UK won't be allowed to "cherry pick" EU benefits 01:33

British Prime Minister Theresa May has been accused of wanting to “cherry pick” European Union benefits in her speech setting out her Brexit priorities. While she stressed Britain will quit..
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News video: UK won’t be allowed to “cherry pick” EU benefits

UK won’t be allowed to “cherry pick” EU benefits 01:33

British Prime Minister Theresa May has been accused of wanting to “cherry pick” European Union benefits in her speech setting out her Brexit priorities. While she stressed Britain will quit..
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News video: Britain will leave the single market post Brexit

Britain will leave the single market post Brexit 02:04

Britain will leave the EU's single market when it exits the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday (January 17), putting an end to speculation that London might try to seek a..
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News video: Review of the year 2016: Brexit means Brexit

Review of the year 2016: Brexit means Brexit 04:24

“To be or not to be in Europe”. This is the question David Cameron promised to ask the British people during his electoral campaign in 2015. At that time, it was a purely rhetorical question...
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News video: Poland protests: crowds and opposition renew calls for press freedom in parliament

Poland protests: crowds and opposition renew calls for press freedom in parliament 01:08

In what has become the biggest political stand-off in Poland in years, opposition MPs have occupied parliament for a second day. The continued sit-in came as crowds once again gathered to protest..
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It's May way or the Highway: PM confirms UK will seek bespoke Brexit deal

it's may way or the highway: pm confirms uk will seek bespoke brexit deal
Prime Minister Theresa May laid out her plan for life outside the Single Market yesterday, warning Brussels that she will walk away from negotiations if the EU seeks to damage the UK by blocking a free..
City A.M.

Poland’s foreign minister savages Donald Tusk as relations worsen with Brussels 

poland’s foreign minister savages donald tusk as relations worsen with brussels 
Poland's foreign minister has launched a scathing attack on Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council, calling him an 'icon of evil and stupidity'.
MailOnline

Poland's foreign minister calls EU's Donald Tusk an 'icon of evil and stupidity' amid  fraying relations between Brussels and Warsaw


Telegraph.co.uk

German business leaders say UK can't cherry-pick Brexit deal

german business leaders say uk can't cherry-pick brexit deal
An influential German business group has called for the UK to retain Single Market access – but has warned it can't be exchanged for free movement. The BDI – Germany’s equivalent of the CBI..
City A.M.

Britain could face a £50bn Brexit bill

It could cost the UK £50bn to extricate itself from the EU if the European Commission’s chief negotiator has his way. Michel Barnier has indicated to multiple parties in the negotiation that the..
City A.M.

EU leaders agree to give Parliament role in preparing for Brexit talks: Tusk

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU leaders have agreed to invite representatives of the European Parliament to participate in meetings to prepare for Britain's departure from the bloc, European Council President..
Reuters

There are no excuses for City workers’ poor grammar and spelling

A recent study claimed that spelling and grammar among 16-year-old boys and girls taking their GCSEs is at its worst in 30 years. Spelling and grammar is also easily at its worst among grown-up men and..
City A.M.

EU's Tusk says keeping West united against Russia harder with Trump

WARSAW (Reuters) - It will be harder to keep the West united toward Russia with Donald Trump as United States president than it has been with Barack Obama, European Council President Donald Tusk said..
Reuters

Theresa May says British ex-pats would be left 'high and dry' if she guaranteed the rights of EU citizens after Brexit

Prime Minister ratchets up the row with EU leaders by criticising the 'reaction' of the European Council president Donald Tusk to a Conservative plea
Independent

The EU would leave Brits in Europe 'high and dry' after Brexit if we 'gave away' rights to Europeans who live in the UK, Theresa May claims at PMQs

the eu would leave brits in europe 'high and dry' after brexit if we 'gave away' rights to europeans who live in the uk, theresa may claims at pmqs
EU council president Donald Tusk last night infuriated Tory MPs by dismissing a letter urging him to step in and push for a deal as having 'nothing to do with reality'.
MailOnline

Carney renews calls to help businesses navigate Brexit

Bank of England governor Mark Carney has today reiterated his views that businesses need a helping hand to get through Brexit. Speaking at a press conference to coincide with this morning's release..
City A.M.

Donald Tusk says no expat deal before Article 50

donald tusk says no expat deal before article 50
MPs are told the status of UK and EU expats can be resolved only once formal Brexit negotiations have started.
BBC News

Donald Tusk accuses British voters who backed Brexit of creating 'anxiety' for 3.3m EU migrants in UK


Telegraph.co.uk

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