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EU Summit / Brexit – London Strategic Analysts: The December move onward is the most likely         European Union 

EU Summit / Brexit – London Strategic Analysts: The December move onward is the most likely     

London’s strategic analysts say that the most probable scenario for Brexit, the negotiating series on the termination of British membership of the EU, is to agree on the start of the second round of negotiations on the future trade relationship at the EU summit in December. Eurasian Group, a global economic and political risk analysis group at the London Department... Read More
May: Ambitious plans are needed to accelerate the Brexit negotiations          European Union 

May: Ambitious plans are needed to accelerate the Brexit negotiations      

Ambitious plans need to be devised at the meeting of Heads of State or Government of the EU Member States in order to move forward in negotiations on the untying of the United Kingdom’s EU membership, the British Prime Minister said Thursday in Brussels shortly before the EU summit began. At a brief press conference, Theresa May stressed, the meeting... Read More
May: Great Britain respects its commitments         European Union 

May: Great Britain respects its commitments     

Britain respects its exit commitments and the remaining EU member states will not lose one penny, said British Prime Minister Theresa May in Brussels on Friday at a two-day summit of EU member states, while the remaining 27 members negotiated separately on the status of exit negotiations. The British Prime Minister underlined in the press conference that at the meeting... Read More
EU Summit – Residual Member States: insufficient progress in the Brexit negotiations          European Union 

EU Summit – Residual Member States: insufficient progress in the Brexit negotiations      

Until now, insufficient progress has been made in the negotiations on the conditions for the EU’s demarcation in the United Kingdom to enable further negotiations on the future issues of future relations, the leaders of the Member States remaining after the British withdrawal at their meeting in Brussels on Friday said. Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, reported on... Read More
Theresa May: Foreign EU citizens can easily register as a permanent resident          

Theresa May: Foreign EU citizens can easily register as a permanent resident      

According to the British Prime Minister, EU foreign nationals who are legally resident in Great Britain will be able to easily register as a resident of Great Britain after Brex, that is, after the expiration of the British EU membership. Theresa May, on Thursday, sent an open letter to UK over 3 million foreign EU citizens, promising them that the... Read More
OECD: it would be good for the economy to reverse the Brexit; the British government refused the proposal        

OECD: it would be good for the economy to reverse the Brexit; the British government refused the proposal    

It would be a good thing for the UK economy if the United Kingdom did not leave the European Union, according to the annual report of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) published in London on Tuesday. The British government refused the proposal. The 57-page report by the developed industrial farms says that if the decision to terminate... Read More
Juncker and May: Accelerate the breakthrough talks        

Juncker and May: Accelerate the breakthrough talks    

Accelerate negotiations on the conditions for the United Kingdom’s exit from the EU in the coming months – stressed Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission and Prime Minister Theresa May, in a joint statement Monday following a round of consultations in Brussels. According to the announcement, the “constructive and friendly mood” deliberation looked at the status of the Brexit... Read More
British Foreign Minister: It is time to start serious negotiations       

British Foreign Minister: It is time to start serious negotiations   

It is time to engage in serious negotiations on the conditions for UK exit, said British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson in Luxembourg on Monday, shortly before the visit of Prime Minister Theresa May in Brussels, which aims to remove the deadlock. “We think it is time to begin serious negotiations on the future and the new relationship, the deep and... Read More
Boris Johnson has secured Central European foreign ministers for British commitment to European security         United Kingdom 

Boris Johnson has secured Central European foreign ministers for British commitment to European security     

British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson assured the EU’s united British commitment to European security in the Middle East and South East Europe countries, who on Sunday welcomed the foreign ministers of the region, including Péter Szijjártó, on an informal meeting on Sunday. Johnson received in Chevening, South East England, an informal meeting between the Visegrád four, and the foreign ministers... Read More
Seeking London: strategic cooperation between London and the EU must be maintained         

Seeking London: strategic cooperation between London and the EU must be maintained     

Within the European Union, there is a unified view at all levels that the relationship between the United Kingdom and the EU must be kept at a strategic level even after the expiration of the British membership of the European Union, “Péter Szijjártó said in London on Sunday. The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Economic Relations organized arrived in... Read More
Almost two-thirds of Britons are dissatisfied with the government’s performance        United Kingdom 

Almost two-thirds of Britons are dissatisfied with the government’s performance    

Almost two-thirds of Britons are dissatisfied with the performance that the government provides for negotiations on the terms of termination of UK membership. According to the latest survey reported on Saturday, the advantage of a camp that has been in bad standing for some time in a relative majority has also increased with Brexitet unchanged. The UK’s largest public opinion... Read More
British-Hungarian relations must continue to be successful         World 

British-Hungarian relations must continue to be successful     

The British-Hungarian relationship is a success story and must remain whether or not Britain is the EU Member State or not, said Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Affairs, on the solemn opening ceremony of the new Embassy of Budapest in Füge Street on Friday. The politician is the II. district building, the intention is on both sides.... Read More
British Chamber of Commerce: there is growing pressure on the UK business sector        

British Chamber of Commerce: there is growing pressure on the UK business sector    

According to the British Chamber of Commerce (BCC), there is an increasing uncertainty surrounding Brexit and this is a constant pressure on the growth prospects of the British business sector. According to a quarterly survey of UK BCCs on Friday, with 7100 member companies participating in the manufacturing sector, the mood has somewhat improved, but the main activity, employment and... Read More
Juncker: UK must “pay”         

Juncker: UK must “pay”     

The United Kingdom should undertake to pay its financial obligations towards the European Union in order to begin negotiations on future relations, including trade relations, stressed Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission, on Friday in Luxembourg. “It’s like sitting in a bar and ordering twenty-two beers, but suddenly some of your colleagues would leave. That’s not how it works,... Read More
Barnier: Some progress has been made, but the breakthrough is still to be expected         

Barnier: Some progress has been made, but the breakthrough is still to be expected      

At some points, some progress has been made in the fifth round of negotiation on the conditions for the unbundling of the United Kingdom, but a real breakthrough is still to be expected, said Michel Barnier, chief negotiator of the European Commission, on Thursday. At a press conference in Brussels, Barnier called this week’s talks constructive, but stressed that this... Read More
Scottish Prime Minister: Scotland wants foreign nationals to stay in Scotland         Scotland 

Scottish Prime Minister: Scotland wants foreign nationals to stay in Scotland     

Scotland welcomes foreign nationals living and working there, appreciates their work and wants to stay in Scotland after the expiration of Brex, that is, after the expiration of the British EU membership – the Scottish prime minister said on Tuesday. Nicola Sturgeon, speaking on the closing day of the annual Congress of the Scottish National Party (SNP), governor of Scotland,... Read More
Theresa May: There will be no new referendum on EU membership         

Theresa May: There will be no new referendum on EU membership     

There will be no new referendum on UK membership, “Theresa May said in a statement on the LBC commercial radio show Tuesday evening. May in the most listening commercial radio interview in London, on the host’s question on how to vote for a new referendum on EU membership, said he would never answer “assumption-based questions”. The conservative British PM is... Read More
British retail trade: labor shortages cause uncertainty        United Kingdom 

British retail trade: labor shortages cause uncertainty    

Labor shortages and price rises in UK retail trade are uncertainties surrounding the future legal status of foreign EU workers as announced on Monday by the British Retail Association (BRC). The professional organization has shown that the British retail sector employs 170,000 foreign EU employees. This is about 6 percent of the total retail labor, but more than a quarter... Read More
Theresa May: the ball is in the space of the EU member states       

Theresa May: the ball is in the space of the EU member states   

According to British Prime Minister Theresa May, the proposals that have been put forward by London so far in the negotiations on the conditions for expiry of the EU membership are now “left in the field” by the member states remaining in the European Union and the British government has a positive response. May in the afternoon of Monday, at... Read More
German Finance Minister: The euro should be made to the EU as a whole          European Union 

German Finance Minister: The euro should be made to the EU as a whole      

According to the outgoing German Finance Minister, the euro should become the European Union’s currency. In his statement to the Financial Times, Wolfgang Schäuble, in his statement to the Financial Times, called for Brexit, that is, the termination of the British EU membership, calling the British politicians in Brexit who said Britain was too much to join the EU. In... Read More
Scotland would pay the extra costs of EU citizens working in public services          Scotland 

Scotland would pay the extra costs of EU citizens working in public services      

According to the Scottish Prime Minister, if the British government were to reimburse the UK’s long-term resident rights to Brex, ie after the end of British membership of the EU, the Scottish government would pay this cost in the Scottish public service sector, for example, EU workers. Nicola Sturgeon stated on BBC television’s Sunday political magazine magazine that Scotland would... Read More
Expert: Expected to be postponed even after EU workers in the island         

Expert: Expected to be postponed even after EU workers in the island     

Increasingly, it seems that post-breeding may continue after the EU workers already residing in the United Kingdom – said researcher at the Századvég Alapítvány on Friday’s M1 channel. István Kiss recalled that British Prime Minister Theresa May at the Conservative Party Manchesters Congress asked the delegates to support the continued employment of EU citizens, and earlier the Interior Minister also... Read More
BDI: German companies must be prepared for “hard” Brexit          

BDI: German companies must be prepared for “hard” Brexit      

German companies with a British interest must be prepared for the “hard” Brexitre – warned members of the largest German industrial business organization BDI. Director of BDI (Bundesverband der Deutschen Industrie e.V.), Joachim Lang in Berlin, stressed that German companies should be prepared for the worst of the hard Brexit because they would “have every other naïveness.” BDI has set... Read More
According to Theresa May, a need for leadership is needed, and he fully supports this cabinet        

According to Theresa May, a need for leadership is needed, and he fully supports this cabinet    

The British Prime Minister said on Friday that Britain is now “needing to be in a hurry,” and his cabinet fully supports him. Theresa May responded with this statement to the confirmed press reports that several representatives of the ruling Conservative Party in the following weeks try to leave her. In his Friday statement in his constituency – to ask... Read More
Theresa May asked EU workers to stay, apologizing for the election result        

Theresa May asked EU workers to stay, apologizing for the election result    

Theresa May asked at the end of Wednesday’s congressional session of the Governor of the Conservative Party in Manchester that foreign nationals living and working in Britain should remain in the country after the expiry of British membership. His speech, which was bothered by a minor security incident, the British Prime Minister apologized for the unexpectedly conservative result achieved during... Read More
Davis: London wants an agreement, but is preparing for the “alternative” as well         

Davis: London wants an agreement, but is preparing for the “alternative” as well     

The British government is trying to reach an agreement with the European Union, but is preparing for this as an “alternative” – the British Minister for Negotiations on Brexit, ie the Exit Process Negotiations, said on Tuesday. David Davis, speaking at the conference of the Governor of the Conservative Party in Manchester, stated that London is hoping to reach a... Read More
European Parliament: insufficient progress in the opening of negotiations       

European Parliament: insufficient progress in the opening of negotiations   

There is still not enough progress to be made in negotiating the conditions for the United Kingdom’s EU demarcation to begin negotiating on trade issues, “the European Parliament said in a Tuesday’s vote, adopted by a large majority. In a document approved by the MP at the plenary session in Strasbourg, it has been pointed out that the four rounds... Read More
Theresa May: Florentine speech, according to EU leaders, has also given impetus to the negotiations          

Theresa May: Florentine speech, according to EU leaders, has also given impetus to the negotiations      

British Prime Minister Theresa May believes that the leaders of the European Union believe that the Florentine speech of the negotiations on the conditions for the expiry of British membership (Brexit) has been boosted in which he outlined the objectives of his government for the post-Brexit period. It was one of the most important points of the speech of May... Read More
Survey: the majority of English exits would accept the breakup of the country as Brexit’s price        

Survey: the majority of English exits would accept the breakup of the country as Brexit’s price    

The unbundling of the United Kingdom would not be excessive in price for Brexit, that is, the great majority of English voters who have opted out of the last year’s referendum on EU membership of Britain’s EU membership. In a referendum held last June, voters voted with a narrow, 51.9 percent majority vote for Brexit, that is, the United Kingdom... Read More
British Foreign Minister: The transitional period should not last more than two years          

British Foreign Minister: The transitional period should not last more than two years      

“There will not be a second” for more than two years after the end of the unification of the British EU membership, said Minister of Foreign Affairs Boris Johnson in a statement issued on Saturday in the British newspaper The Sun one day before the Governor’s Conservative Party congress. Prime Minister Theresa May in his Florentine speech last week in... Read More
Verhofstadt in London: Brexit is “a very negative process”           

Verhofstadt in London: Brexit is “a very negative process”       

Brexit, that is, the end of British membership of the EU, is a “very negative process, and time and energy waste,” said Brexit, EP’s European Parliament (EP) on Thursday night. Guy Verhofstadt, who was a lecturer at the London School of Economics (LSE) on the possible scenarios of Europe after Brex, said: The Brexit process destroys the strong political bond... Read More
Barnier: progress has been made, but a real breakthrough must be further discussed          

Barnier: progress has been made, but a real breakthrough must be further discussed     

Progress has been made on this week’s negotiations on the conditions for EU unification in the United Kingdom, but this is not enough to begin negotiating trade issues, said Michel Barnier, chief negotiator of the European Commission, on Thursday in Brussels. Barnier called the negotiations now constructive, welcoming the fact that the British position has finally crystallized on certain issues.... Read More
According to the draft decision of the European Parliament, progress is insufficient          

According to the draft decision of the European Parliament, progress is insufficient      

So far, insufficient progress has been made in negotiating the conditions for the United Kingdom’s EU demarcation to start negotiating on trade issues – is the draft resolution that will be the next plenary session of the European Parliament (EP) next week. According to the draft vote in EP, the leaders of the EU Member States remaining after Brexit should... Read More
The staff of the European Medicines Agency will be choosing a new headquarters in Amsterdam        European Union 

The staff of the European Medicines Agency will be choosing a new headquarters in Amsterdam    

Amsterdam will be elected as a new headquarters by the European Medicines Agency (EMEA), which is currently operating in London but is forced to move to the UK because of the withdrawal from the United Kingdom, said Politico in Wednesday’s article. According to the Brussels news portal, the agency has already informed the European Commission of the results of the... Read More
Boris Johnson: Great Britain will remain open, but you will be monitoring immigration        

Boris Johnson: Great Britain will remain open, but you will be monitoring immigration     

 Britain will remain open to talented, ambitious and determined people after leaving the European Union, but will control immigration, not Brussels, said British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson, who was interviewed by the Agerpres news agency on Tuesday, in Bucharest.     “I was the mayor of london, where I have a lot of Romanian shops, Romanians work in all kinds of professions,... Read More
Tusk in London: insufficient exit negotiations       

Tusk in London: insufficient exit negotiations    

 According to the President of the European Council, insufficient progress has been made in the negotiations on the conditions for expiry of British membership of the EU in order to continue to negotiate the future relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union.     Donald Tusk, Head of the Heads of State and Government Heads of EU Member States, talked... Read More
Barnier: Only after the main issues can be settled for a transitional period        

Barnier: Only after the main issues can be settled for a transitional period    

Only after a possible transitional period following the unilateral exit from the United Kingdom can the negotiations begin, after which the main issues of separation have been resolved, announced the European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator in Brussels on Monday.     “On the basis of my mandate, we can not negotiate a transitional period without a prior agreement on an orderly departure,”... Read More
V4 wants to strengthen the weight of national parliaments within the EU        European Union World 

V4 wants to strengthen the weight of national parliaments within the EU     

 Visegrád countries (V4) want to strengthen the weight of national parliaments within EU policy and expect the V4’s – Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia – to effectively represent the interests of EU negotiators in the Brexit negotiations.     This is the closing statement that was approved by the V4 European Parliamentary Committees on Sárospatak in Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County on Monday.     Richards... Read More
Boris Johnson: London also guarantees the rights of EU citizens after Brexit      

Boris Johnson: London also guarantees the rights of EU citizens after Brexit   

Britain will continue to guarantee the rights of EU citizens in the field after Brexit, said British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson on Monday in Prague after discussing his cabinet, Lubomír Zaorálek, Czech Foreign Minister.     Zaorálek said that it is of the utmost importance for Prague that the rights of Czech citizens living and working in the island should not be... Read More
Workers’ representatives: Britain must stay on the EU single market        

Workers’ representatives: Britain must stay on the EU single market    

Britain must remain in the European Union’s single market and in the customs union after the end of British membership – the leaders of the largest opposition party in the United States, the Workers’ Party, announced on Sunday in their open letter. The letter, published in the online edition of Sunday’s Sunday newspaper The Observer, on the Sunday edition of... Read More
British Minister: London knows how much it belongs to the EU         

British Minister: London knows how much it belongs to the EU    

London largely knows what financial obligations it will have against the European Union after the end of UK membership, “said Britain’s Secretary of State for the negotiations on the conditions for the exit process, Brexit. David Davis has classified the previously unpublished reports that the EU could submit a bill of up to EUR 100 billion to the British government... Read More
Theresa May: a transitional period will be needed, EU citizens may remain under the current conditions       

Theresa May: a transitional period will be needed, EU citizens may remain under the current conditions    

According to the British Prime Minister, there will be a need for a transitional period for Brex, ie after the expiration of the British EU membership. Theresa May, who spoke in Florence on Friday about his government’s ambitions for the post-Brexit, also stated that London would like to have the status of foreign nationals in Britain at present under Brexit.... Read More
Theresa May: a difficult process will be the exit but common interest in success        

Theresa May: a difficult process will be the exit but common interest in success    

British Prime Minister Theresa May believes that it is inevitably a difficult process for Brex, that is, the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union, but it is in everyone’s interest that negotiations on exit are a success. May, on Friday afternoon in Florence, speaks of his government’s ambitions for the post-Brexit period. From the speech, Downing Street – the... Read More
Theresa May makes a “generous proposal” for the EU          

Theresa May makes a “generous proposal” for the EU      

British Prime Minister Theresa May says London’s “open and generous” proposal in his Florentine speech to the European Union on Friday. May on Thursday held an unusually long, two-and-a-half-hour cabinet meeting, where he briefed his ministers on the content of the frustrated Friday speech. The BBC is also aware of the possibility that Britain could negotiate an agreement with the... Read More
Financial Times: Theresa May is preparing a 20 billion euro final EU payment         

Financial Times: Theresa May is preparing a 20 billion euro final EU payment     

British Prime Minister Theresa May plans to offer a final EU payment of EUR 20 billion in the hope that London can fill the initial revenue gap generated by the British exit in the European Union budget, and can arrange financial claims against the UK by the EU – he wrote to insider sources referring to Wednesday’s Financial Times. According... Read More
Boris Johnson: “I’m not going to give up”      

Boris Johnson: “I’m not going to give up”  

He denied the announcement of his resignation intentions on Tuesday by British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson. As a preamble to its statement, the Conservative British Daily newspaper The Daily Telegraph announced in an online edition that Johnson was ready to leave office if Prime Minister Theresa May outlined that London would save London for the European Union’s pay-off in Florence... Read More
Governor of Bank of England: significant brexit risks are burdened by the British economy         

Governor of Bank of England: significant brexit risks are burdened by the British economy     

The Governor of the Bank of England says the process of termination of UK membership continues to pose significant risks to the British economy’s prospects, but with this shock, monetary policy can not start much. Mark Carney, head of the British central bank who spoke at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Washington, said in a speech at the Bank... Read More
Brexit – British Ambassador: A smooth, smooth transition must be sought       

Brexit – British Ambassador: A smooth, smooth transition must be sought   

A smooth, smooth transition should be sought in connection with Britain’s European Union exit – said the United Kingdom ambassador to Hungary on the M1 current channel on Friday. Iain Lindsay spoke about the period before and after Brexit that foreign ministers of Visegrád countries (V4: Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia) met with British Finance Minister Philip Hammond on... Read More
V4 Ministerial Negotiations – Close cooperation between the United Kingdom and the V4 is important even after Brexit      

V4 Ministerial Negotiations – Close cooperation between the United Kingdom and the V4 is important even after Brexit  

It is important that the United Kingdom and the V4 countries remain in close co-operation with Brexit – the Ministers of the Visegrad Group Ministers and the UK Finance Minister stressed at a press conference following a meeting of Ministries of Foreign Affairs on Thursday in Budapest. British Finance Minister Philip Hammond, who attended the V4 ministerial meeting, underlined Britain’s... Read More
Seeker: The most comprehensive free trade agreement is needed with Britain        

Seeker: The most comprehensive free trade agreement is needed with Britain    

The widest and most comprehensive free trade agreement between Britain and the European Union is needed to ensure that economic, trade and investment relations remain barrier-free, said Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó on Thursday in Budapest. The Minister participated in the foreign ministers’ meeting of the Visegrád countries (V4: Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia), which was convened by British Finance... Read More
Downing Street: Negotiations with the EU continue in two weeks      

Downing Street: Negotiations with the EU continue in two weeks  

On 25 September, negotiations with the European Union on the conditions for expiry of EU membership will continue, the Downing Street said on Tuesday evening, officially confirming the diplomatic briefings on the date that were soon known to Brussels. The next fourth round would be held on Monday, as planned. However, the Speaker of the London PM said in a... Read More
EU sources: one week will postpone the next round of pre-trial negotiations       

EU sources: one week will postpone the next round of pre-trial negotiations   

A week later, the next round of negotiations on the United Kingdom’s exit to the EU will be postponed, given that Prime Minister Theresa May is allegedly planning an important announcement next week – Brussels diplomatic sources said on Tuesday. According to the auspices of anonymity, the fourth round of consultations under Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon is... Read More
London will continue to pursue defense and security co-operation with the EU after leaving  

London will continue to pursue defense and security co-operation with the EU after leaving

The British government wants to continue the defense and security cooperation with the European Union after the end of Brex, that is, after the end of the EU membership of the United Kingdom, said Downing Street on Tuesday. During these weeks, London has published its studies of its strategic plans for the post-Brexit period. The 24-page package on post-EU military... Read More
The draft of the revocation of the UK EU Membership Law was passed in the first parliamentary vote  

The draft of the revocation of the UK EU Membership Law was passed in the first parliamentary vote

As expected, the first parliamentary debate on the withdrawal of the British EU Membership Law was concluded on Tuesday in the London House of Commons with the approval of the Government. The draft will be examined by parliament in further months of the next few months, and it will be possible to propose modifications before the final version is brought... Read More
London analysts would go for billions of billions if a customs administration was introduced after Brexit  

London analysts would go for billions of billions if a customs administration was introduced after Brexit

It would cost big bills to British merchants every year if, after the termination of British membership of the EU, they would have to deal with customs administration in trade with the EU – said in a comprehensive study on one of London’s leading analysts on Monday. The Institute for Government (IfG), an independent economics consultant and research firm specializing... Read More
Tens of thousands played in London against Brexit  

Tens of thousands played in London against Brexit

Tens of thousands were featured on Saturday in London against Brex, that is, the end of UK membership. At least 50,000 people attended the demonstration organized by People’s March for Europe. The journey started from Hyde Park, and Trafalgar Square, then the main street of the government quarter, with Whitehall, came to the square in front of Parliament’s building. The... Read More
British Chamber of Commerce: Growth prospects at a low point  Finance 

British Chamber of Commerce: Growth prospects at a low point

According to the British Chamber of Commerce (BCC), the growth rate of the UK economy will slow down in the next two years since the global financial crisis, and based on this experience, the panacea in principle does not help to improve competitiveness.     In a new revised forecast for Friday, BCC, BCC, with slightly higher than expected consumer spending, boosted... Read More
the European Union is ready to accelerate the round of negotiations  

the European Union is ready to accelerate the round of negotiations

The European Union is ready to speed up negotiations on the conditions for extraditing the United Kingdom, and it is time and it is a cause for serious concern, said Michel Barnier, the European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator in Brussels on Thursday.     At a press conference, Barnier called the British resolution on Northern Ireland border control worrisome, and at the... Read More
British companies are requesting support for their Brexit strategy from the UK  United Kingdom 

British companies are requesting support for their Brexit strategy from the UK

 The UK government is asking public support for the leaders of the biggest British companies, but the majority of the businesses they are looking for have rejected the initiative.     A letter of support from the government, signed by Downing Street for companies – including the FTSE-100 index of the largest value-added companies on the London Stock Exchange – came to... Read More
The UK government is warned about the risks of immigration restrictions for EU workers in the business sector  

The UK government is warned about the risks of immigration restrictions for EU workers in the business sector

 The British government has been warned by business sector leaders on the risks of immigration restrictions for foreign EU workers on Wednesday.     As a precedent of successive calls, the UK press has been leaked by an unapproved draft ministry on interior ministry, which has not yet been discussed at government level, saying that the British government should immediately restrict the... Read More
London is “much more flexible” in exit talks than the EU  United Kingdom 

London is “much more flexible” in exit talks than the EU

 The latest round of talks with the European Union once again made clear that the UK government is “more flexible and pragmatic” in attitudes to UK membership than the EU – said the head of the British ministry headed by the London exit talks on Tuesday.     David Davis, who briefed the House of Representatives for the first time after the... Read More
The Labor Party does not vote to revoke the EU Membership Act without amendments  

The Labor Party does not vote to revoke the EU Membership Act without amendments

 The biggest British opposition force in the decision of the Workers’ Party in Tuesday announced that it would not vote for a government draft on the revocation of the British EU Membership Act without amendments. However, the majority required for the adoption of the motion seems to be guaranteed.     Labor spokesman announced that the party will continue to respect the... Read More
Survey: The vast majority of British people are also keen to see skilled EU workers after Brexit  

Survey: The vast majority of British people are also keen to see skilled EU workers after Brexit

 A large majority of British voters would welcome the high-skilled EU foreign workers working in Britain, but Brex, even after the expiry of the British EU membership, would limit the inflow of low-skilled workers from EU Member States.     According to a survey conducted by the National Institute of Integration and Migration Research, which was commissioned by the National Institute of... Read More
Bank of England can expect two years to raise interest rates  Finance 

Bank of England can expect two years to raise interest rates

 The Bank of England can wait for the first time to raise its base interest rate at a historic low for up to two years, until the end of negotiations on the conditions for termination of UK membership – according to the latest survey, the bulk of London’s analyst community.     The UK central bank has maintained its key interest rate... Read More
the European Medicines Agency may move up to EUR 580 million  

the European Medicines Agency may move up to EUR 580 million

 The European Medicines Agency (EMA) from the United Kingdom will be able to spend more than estimated at EUR 580 million ($ 177 billion), which is needed to terminate EU membership, EUObserver reported on Friday.     According to the article, the Agency has recently informed the European Parliament that the rent will have to be paid by 2039 until its current... Read More
Jean-Claude Juncker: Before trading issues, the terms of exit must be agreed  

Jean-Claude Juncker: Before trading issues, the terms of exit must be agreed

 Firstly, it is necessary to agree on major issues of British exit, and negotiations on a trade agreement between the United Kingdom and the European Union can only commence after that, said Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission.     “It must be clear that we will not have any sort of reconciliation on future relations before all the issues of... Read More
The time is too long to start serious negotiations as soon as possible  

The time is too long to start serious negotiations as soon as possible

 The United Kingdom needs to clarify its position on the key issues of EU exit, and the “serious negotiations” should be started as soon as possible, said Michel Barnier, chief negotiator of the European Commission, on Monday in Brussels on the opening of the third round of consultations on conditions of exclusion .     Barnier pointed out, the sooner the uncertainty... Read More
British government: the “direct authority” of the EU court ceases after the exit  

British government: the “direct authority” of the EU court ceases after the exit

 The direct jurisdiction of the Court of Justice of the European Union in the United Kingdom will cease after the island is expected to leave the European Union in the spring of 2019 – the British Government has come to the conclusion of a ruling on the future jurisdiction of the Court and announced on Wednesday.     However, the word “direct”... Read More
The British government is hoping to cooperate closely in resolving cross-border legal disputes  

The British government is hoping to cooperate closely in resolving cross-border legal disputes

 The British government is in close cooperation with cross-border legal issues following the United Kingdom’s expected exit from the European Union in spring 2019.     The proposal presented by the British Ministry of Justice on Tuesday, following a new round of negotiations between the government and the European Commission, is that the islanders want to settle disputed legal issues based on... Read More
British negotiator: new trade agreements will make the world safer  

British negotiator: new trade agreements will make the world safer

 Trade agreements that will enter into force after the end of the UK membership of the European Union will make the world safer by the new British trade negotiator because they are building alliances between the island and its partners.     Crawford Falconer warned on the “destructive political consequences of closed markets” in his weekly newspaper The Daily Telegraph on Monday... Read More
After leaving, EU nationals could travel freely to Britain  

After leaving, EU nationals could travel freely to Britain

  After the expiry of the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union (Brexit), EU citizens would be free to travel to the island, according to the British Ministry of Home Affairs’s proposal. The plan presented on Thursday by The Times to the effect that Britain would continue to maintain the European Union principle of free movement of people for... Read More
Speaker: The European Commission examines the UK proposal for the Customs Union  

Speaker: The European Commission examines the UK proposal for the Customs Union

  The European Commission has taken note of the British proposal on a temporary customs union, an anonymous spokesman for the European Commission said on Tuesday. Guy Verhofstadt, the Brexit coordinator of the European Parliament, however, in his Twitter message, called the British proposal as a “fantasy”, he believes, “to be present at the same time and inside.” The spokesperson... Read More
Expert: In October, the British Prime Minister may fail  

Expert: In October, the British Prime Minister may fail

  István Kiss, chief researcher at Századvég Alapítvány, says that the October Conservative Party Conference may even hit British Prime Minister Theresa May. István Kiss, on the current channel M1, said he was surprised that after the election, Theresa May did not dismiss him, as he believed that many British politics would leave “after such a failure.” He added, according... Read More
The UK government proposes a temporary customs union to the EU  

The UK government proposes a temporary customs union to the EU

  The UK Commission proposes a transitional customs union to the European Commission for the post-termination of the UK membership in 2019. In a proposal announced on Tuesday, the UK Government is seeking “the least free and smoother” trade between the United Kingdom and the European Union. The transitional agreement would not only serve the interests of the island economy,... Read More
The protection of Scotland’s food exports is underlined by the local government  

The protection of Scotland’s food exports is underlined by the local government

  The importance of Scotland’s food and drink exports protection has been emphasized on Monday by the Scottish government on the expected cessation of UK membership, following the publication of the extraordinary expansion of lazacexport. They exported a record high of 346 million pounds in the first half of the year, a 70 percent increase over the same period last... Read More
More and more government members are in need of pragmatism in the negotiations  

More and more government members are in need of pragmatism in the negotiations

More and more members of the British cabinet are on Thursday in a prominent political-economic newspaper Financial Times, saying that practicality is needed in connection with the UK’s EU membership and also accepting the need for transitional arrangements for the “cliff edge” of Brex avoid. The term “cliff edge” refers to the version of the demolition on the basis of... Read More
Expert: The British government has no clear strategy  

Expert: The British government has no clear strategy

The British government does not have a clear Brexit strategy, and there are serious debates within the government, and this weakens the UK’s negotiating position vis-à-vis the Union, “said Gergely Egedy, a UK expert on Wednesday’s M1 channel. The expert, who also headed the Department of Social Theory of the Department of Social and Social Theory of the National Civil... Read More
The former cabinet chief of the Brexit minister urges the release  

The former cabinet chief of the Brexit minister urges the release

The United Kingdom was forced to prevent the exit from the European Union by former Cabinet Secretary of the British Secretary for Brexit Negotiations. According to him, demolition would be the biggest blow in the history of the island since the Second World War. James Chapman, who led David Davis’s staff in May, called for a new political movement to... Read More
The “cliff edge” of Brexit is threatened by the British central bank  

The “cliff edge” of Brexit is threatened by the British central bank

The most definitive warning to the Governor-General of the British Central Bank to make Brexit “cliff edge” could jeopardize the stability of the financial system. “Cliff edge” means the Brexit version under which the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union would disappear without a transitional period for the phasing out of exit conditions, even if no agreement was reached... Read More
The proportion of dissatisfied Britons is increasing with the outcome of the exit negotiations  

The proportion of dissatisfied Britons is increasing with the outcome of the exit negotiations

The rate of UK voters dissatisfied with the course of the negotiations on the expiry of the UK membership of the European Union is growing. According to an opinion poll published by ORB International on Monday, 61 per cent are dissatisfied with the negotiating strategy of the Conservative Government of Theresa May. In June, 56 percent in June was 46... Read More
He refutes the British Prime Minister’s announcement of the bill of lading  

He refutes the British Prime Minister’s announcement of the bill of lading

He said the UK government was excluded that London was prepared to pay about € 40 billion to settle its obligations as part of the European Union’s exit agreement. Sunday’s Sunday newspaper The Sunday Telegraph wrote on anonymously declaring government sources that Britain was ready – queried for the first time – to make a bid to lift the stalemate... Read More
Expert: In the longer term, the unification of the Irish Island may arise  

Expert: In the longer term, the unification of the Irish Island may arise

In the longer term, Brexit may have the consequence of Northern Ireland joining Ireland, said Zoltán Gálik, associate professor at the M1 current channel on Monday morning. Because of the low proportion of Catholics in Northern Ireland who support the unification of the island, it is enveloped that they are not voting on a referendum right now. However, the change... Read More
Spanish Foreign Minister: Gibraltar will not be a condition for the Brexit Agreement  

Spanish Foreign Minister: Gibraltar will not be a condition for the Brexit Agreement

For Spain, recovery of the sovereignty of Gibraltar will not be a prerequisite for an agreement between the European Union and the United Kingdom on Brexit, said Alfonso Dastis, Spanish Foreign Minister, in an interview with Sunday’s ABC newspaper ABC. The politician stressed that the South European country is still common, and the area proposes British-Spanish powers. “We are trying... Read More
An agreement on a transitional period is expected by the government as the largest UK executive association  

An agreement on a transitional period is expected by the government as the largest UK executive association

An agreement is waiting for a transitional period from the government to the largest UK executive association in Brexit. The Institute of Directors (IoD) on Friday urged the cabinet to come forward with a proposal on how to bridge the gap between the expected exit of the island from the European Union and the introduction of the expected new trade... Read More
“Unique solutions” are required by the Irish Prime Minister  

“Unique solutions” are required by the Irish Prime Minister

According to the Irish Prime Minister, “individual solutions” are needed to maintain relations between the European Union and the United Kingdom after the island is expected to leave the community in 2019 and warned that the time has come for them to come out. During his first official visit to Northern Ireland, Leo Varadkar said on Friday in Belfast that... Read More
Within a short time, a British center is expected to grow at 2 per cent  

Within a short time, a British center is expected to grow at 2 per cent

Nearly 2 per cent growth in the UK economy is one of London’s leading economic-social research center analysts. They expect the British central bank, the Bank of England to raise interest rates next spring, more than a year earlier than expected by the Institute. The National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) has explained the increase in gross domestic... Read More
Politico: apparent chaos can be part of the British government’s strategy  

Politico: apparent chaos can be part of the British government’s strategy

Apparently chaos and unpreparedness are, according to some, part of London’s strategy for negotiations on the United Kingdom’s exit to the European Union (Brexit), the Politico news agency said on Thursday. According to the article, the British delegation seemed so unprepared for the first two rounds of the Brexit negotiations begun in mid-June that more people thought it would be... Read More
Times: The leader of the British Workers’ Party wants to vote for staying in the internal market  

Times: The leader of the British Workers’ Party wants to vote for staying in the internal market

The leader of the opposition Labor Party in Britain wants to vote in parliament for Britain to remain on the European Union’s single internal market even after the country leaves the community and wants support from the ruling Conservative Party, according to The Times, . The British newspaper wrote on Thursday that Jeremy Corbyn has advocated that the United Kingdom... Read More
Senator Ireland: within ten years you can have a referendum on the Irish entity  

Senator Ireland: within ten years you can have a referendum on the Irish entity

Within ten years, a referendum could be held on the unification of Ireland and the United Kingdom, Northern Ireland, according to an Irish parliamentary committee and senator. The vase of plans for a peaceful unification of the island was laid by a committee of Irish legislature, the body urged the British and Irish governments to prepare for the referendum in... Read More
A kilépéspártiak többsége kész nagy árat fizetni a Brexitért  

A kilépéspártiak többsége kész nagy árat fizetni a Brexitért

The Nagy-Britannia európai uniós tagságának megszűnését (Brexit) pátoló britek többsége úgy véli egy friss közvélemény-kutatás szerint, hogy a gazdaságot esetleg sújtó jelentősebb kár without jelentene túl nagy árat a közösségből való kilépésért. Azok közül, akik a tagságról szóló tavalyi népszavazáson a kilépésre voksoltak, csaknem 40 százalék mondta a YouGov július közepén készült felmérésében, hogy az sem lenne túl nagy ár,... Read More
According to the British Finance Minister, only 2027 will be added to the budget  

According to the British Finance Minister, only 2027 will be added to the budget

The British Finance Minister is expected to announce soon that the government surplus will only be reached by 2027 – the Times acknowledged. The British newspaper wrote Tuesday that Philip Hammond will use the usual autumn parliamentary report on the state of the economy and the state of the economy. In the June elections for early elections, the ruling Conservative... Read More
(Magyar) Huszonhárom város pályázott a londoni központú uniós ügynökségek új székhelyére  United Kingdom 

(Magyar) Huszonhárom város pályázott a londoni központú uniós ügynökségek új székhelyére

Twenty-three cities have applied for a new headquarters in London-based EU agencies By the end of the deadline, twenty-three cities in twenty-one countries have applied for a new headquarters of EU agencies, which are still in London but are due to expire in the UK’s EU membership. There is no Hungarian city among the candidates, the Council of the European... Read More
The cost of banks may increase by four percent, their capital requirement by 30 percent  

The cost of banks may increase by four percent, their capital requirement by 30 percent

The cost of banks may increase by four per cent due to the cessation of British membership of the European Union, and their capital requirement may rise by up to 30 per cent, according to Oliver Wyman’s analysis. The report of the Global Corporate Advisory Company, as described in the business paper Financial Times on Tuesday, is the most detailed... Read More
Brexit – Hammond: Great Britain will not have a tax havens after the demolition  

Brexit – Hammond: Great Britain will not have a tax havens after the demolition

It is not expected that a tax system similar to Singapore will be set up for business companies, the British Finance Minister refined his earlier words – assessed the weekend interview of Philip Hammond’s Monday press, in which the politician Le Monde declared that Britain would not be a tax havens After the membership ceased. The finance minister added that... Read More
Brexit – Financial Times: The largest Japanese bank is being formed in Amsterdam by its new headquarters        

Brexit – Financial Times: The largest Japanese bank is being formed in Amsterdam by its new headquarters     

With the expected cessation of British membership in the EU, the largest Japanese bank, the MUFG, is the new European Union headquarters for investment banking in Amsterdam – Financial Times said. According to a statement from the business newspaper on Monday, the decision of the Japanese financial institution group highlights the fierce competition that is taking place between the financial... Read More
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