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Daily Mail hits out at 'po-faced' critics over 'Legs-it' front page backlash

London: An unrepentant Daily Mail is standing by its front-page focused on the legs of two of Britain's two most powerful women, Prime Minister Theresa May and Scotland's First Minister Nicola..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Brexit: How Theresa May will trigger Article 50

brexit: how theresa may will trigger article 50
The PM has written a letter that will be delivered by hand to EU Council President Donald Tusk at around 12.30pm. That will be the historic moment as Article 50 is not triggered until it is delivered.
MailOnline

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News video: Mixed messages on eve of Brexit

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With a day to go before UK prime minister Theresa May triggers Article 50 to start separation talks with the EU, the Bank of England is warning UK banks to prepare themselves in case of a disorderly..
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Sadiq Khan comments on Daily Mail newspaper headline about Nicola Sturgeon and Theresa May. The Daily Mail declared "Never mind Brexit, who won legs-it?", next to a photograph of Scottish First..
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News video: Brexit pressure for British PM

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British manufacturers have told Prime Minister Theresa May to drop her threat that she might take the country out of the European Union without a new trade deal. It comes as May meets with Scotland’s..
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News video: UK's PM Suffers Awful Week

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The adage "a week is a very long time in politics," could scarcely be more apt for British Prime Minister Theresa May.
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News video: Introducing the Bloomberg Brexit Barometer

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Mar.27 -- Bloomberg's Simon Kennedy launches the Bloomberg Brexit Barometer/Bliss Index, a daily tracking of the health of the U.K. economy during Brexit negotiations. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets:..
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What will happen to the pound after Theresa May triggers Article 50?

what will happen to the pound after theresa may triggers article 50?
Currency traders are on tenterhooks, awaiting the biggest set-piece event in this year's political calendar: the moment Prime Minister Theresa May triggers Article 50 tomorrow.  The act of..
City A.M.

PM May to fire the starting gun on Brexit

LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May will file formal Brexit divorce papers on Wednesday, pitching the United Kingdom into the unknown and triggering years of uncertain negotiations that will..
Reuters

"You can still stop Brexit," EU lawmakers to tell Britons

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union lawmakers want to tell Britons they can change their minds and stay in the EU after Prime Minister Theresa May triggers a two-year Brexit countdown on Wednesday.
Reuters India Also reported by •DNA

Brexit could spell disaster for Devon wildlife

brexit could spell disaster for devon wildlife
Environment and wildlife campaigners in Devon are gearing up for the fight of a lifetime as Theresa May triggers Article 50. The county's wildlife chief has warned that Brexit could spell disaster for..
Torquay Herald Express Also reported by •Exeter Express and EchoWestern Morning NewsTiverton Mid Devon Gazette

MEPs will block Brexit deal unless EU citizens who move to the UK up to 2019 can stay, Theresa May is warned

'Any unilateral decision to curtail the rights of EU citizens in the UK, while the UK remains a member of the EU, would be contrary to EU law and we would oppose such a move vigorously'
Independent

Scottish lawmakers to vote on independence referendum call

EDINBURGH, Scotland (AP) " Scotland's parliament is set to vote on a call by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon for a referendum on independence within two years.British Prime Minister Theresa May says she..
New Zealand Herald Also reported by •CBC.ca

Daily Mail Compares 2 U.K. Leaders — Their Legs, Not Their Ideas

A front page with Theresa May, Britain’s prime minister, and Nicola Sturgeon, the first minister of Scotland, elicited immediate outrage.
NYTimes.com

EU legal threat as Davis vows UK WON'T pay £50bn divorce

eu legal threat as davis vows uk won't pay £50bn divorce
Brussels is set to make the huge demand to cover the bloc's 'liabilities' after Theresa May triggers the formal Brexit process tomorrow.
MailOnline

Theresa May dismisses Daily Mail 'legs' front page as 'a bit of fun'

The Prime Minister said her clothing had faced added scrutiny over the years
Independent

Two-thirds of financial firms still staying shtum on Brexit

two-thirds of financial firms still staying shtum on brexit
Over two-thirds (69 per cent) of financial services firms are yet to publicly utter a word about how Brexit will affect them, despite the vote having taken place more than nine months ago, a survey out..
City A.M.

Backlash over Brexit battle of the legs headline

Britain’s Daily Mail newspaper faced a backlash Tuesday for comparing the legs on show when British Prime Minister Theresa May and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon held talks. While the two..
Raw Story

Brexit: Theresa May eyes 'special partnership' with EU

brexit: theresa may eyes 'special partnership' with eu
PM says she wants a "special partnership" with the EU as she prepares to begin process of leaving.
BBC News

Theresa May plays down Daily Mail sexism row over Legs-it headline

The Prime Minister has played down the 'legs-it' row, insisting a newspaper headline that focused on how she was dressed was 'only a bit of fun'.
Express and Star


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