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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
British Finance Minister: Not much else changes Brexit the next day  United Kingdom 

British Finance Minister: Not much else changes Brexit the next day

According to the British Minister of Finance, “there will not be much to change” Brex, the day after the end of the British EU membership, and it is likely that time will come to enforce new immigration rules, but the transitional period may last for up to five years from next parliamentary elections. Philip Hammond, on BBC radio, said on... Read More
British Secretary of State: With the end of EU membership, the free movement of EU workers will be abolished  

British Secretary of State: With the end of EU membership, the free movement of EU workers will be abolished

The forthcoming expiry of British EU membership by the spring of 2019 will also end the free movement of workers from European Union member states, said the State Secretary for Immigration at the British Ministry of Home Affairs on Thursday. Brandon Lewis said in an interview with BBC Radio News and Broadcasting Channel 4: In March 2019, the British immigration... Read More
Trump is hoping for a “very big” commercial deal with London     United Kingdom 

Trump is hoping for a “very big” commercial deal with London  

The US president sees the option of “a very big and exciting” bilateral trade agreement with London. Donald Trump also highlighted the creation of jobs with this agreement in his Twitter message on Tuesday, widely quoted in British media, but called the European Union’s “trade policy towards America” as a “very protectionist”. Trump’s Twitter message began in Washington as an... Read More
Zaorálek: With the withdrawal of Britain from the EU, the rights of the Czechs can not be violated  

Zaorálek: With the withdrawal of Britain from the EU, the rights of the Czechs can not be violated

The Czech Republic continues to attach great importance to the failure of Britain to leave the European Union (Brexit) without prejudice to the rights of Czech citizens living and working in the island, said Czech Foreign Minister Lubomír Zaorálek on Tuesday after talks with David Davis, British Minister for Brexit. At the press conference after the meeting, Zaorálek stated that... Read More
Corbyn: The Workers’ Party would put an end to the “wholesale import” of cheap Central European labor  

Corbyn: The Workers’ Party would put an end to the “wholesale import” of cheap Central European labor

If the government were to be overthrown, the British Workers’ Party would end the ‘large-scale import’ of low-wage labor from the Central European EU Member States – said Sunday as the leader of the largest opposition in the UK. Jeremy Corby in BBC Television’s Political Magazine stated that after the end of British membership of the EU, Labor would regulate... Read More
New leader at the helm of the Liberal Democrats in Britain: “Should retreat from Brexit”  

New leader at the helm of the Liberal Democrats in Britain: “Should retreat from Brexit”

A new leader on Thursday is Sir Vince Cable, leader of the third largest national parliamentary force, the Liberal Democrats. In his first speech as party leader, Cable stated that he should find a way to “retreat from Brexit”. The 74-year-old Vince Cable is one of the most prominent veterans of the Liberal Democrats who has served as Minister of... Read More
British Foreign Trade Minister: The easiest task in history would be to reach a free trade agreement with the EU  

British Foreign Trade Minister: The easiest task in history would be to reach a free trade agreement with the EU

According to the British Minister for Foreign Trade, “the easiest task in the universal history of mankind could be to achieve a comprehensive free trade agreement with the European Union on Brex, that is to say, after the end of British membership of the EU if policy does not prevent it. Liam Fox, one of the most prominent representatives of... Read More
Barnier: London must clarify its position in August on the main issues  

Barnier: London must clarify its position in August on the main issues

  The United Kingdom must clarify its position on the main issues of EU exit at the next round of final round of negotiations at the end of August, said Michel Barnier, European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator in Brussels on Thursday. Following the conclusion of the second round of consultations under Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon, Barnier stated... Read More
It is unlikely that they will accept the UK proposal for EU citizens’ rights  European Union 

It is unlikely that they will accept the UK proposal for EU citizens’ rights

From the point of view of the European Union, everything is unacceptable, which is a limitation of the law, so it is unlikely that they will accept the British proposal for the rights of EU citizens – said Gergely Egedy, historian, National Educational University instructor on Wednesday, on the current channel M1. According to Gergely Egedy, the British proposal “does... Read More
Brexit – Moody’s: a recession can sink into the British economy without a Brexit agreement  European Union 

Brexit – Moody’s: a recession can sink into the British economy without a Brexit agreement

Many sectors of the British economy would be severely affected if London could not reach a comprehensive agreement with the European Union on the further link up until the end of British membership of the EU, and in this case, it is not possible to exclude the possibility of recession in the comprehensive sector analysis of Moody’s Investors Service .... Read More
Oops, you do not even know who can be London’s secret weapon in the Brexit case  British Royal Family 

Oops, you do not even know who can be London’s secret weapon in the Brexit case

Prince William and his family, occupying the second place in the succession order of the British royal family, have, at other times, rewarded international leaders for a better understanding. Probably this is their goal. Prince William, Princess Katalin and their two children, the biennial Sarolta princess and brother, the four-year-old Duke of György aim to soften the German Chancellor’s strict... Read More
Brexit – The second round of the rescission negotiations has begun  

Brexit – The second round of the rescission negotiations has begun

The second round of negotiations on the European Union’s rescission of the United Kingdom began on Monday in Brussels. The first consultation under Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty was held on 19 June, but only the timetable was agreed, the first “real” four-day round of negotiations. “Negotiations started well in the previous month, but we are now heading to... Read More
Blair: We should consider staying if Europe is willing to reform  United Kingdom 

Blair: We should consider staying if Europe is willing to reform

British Prime Minister Tony Blair believes Britain should consider becoming a member of the European Union if the EU is ready to respond to British demands. Blair, who served as Prime Minister in 1997-2007 at the head of the Labor Party, politically opposing the opposition, explains in a paper published on Saturday by the research institute, The Tony Blair Institute... Read More
Two thirds of the British say the opposition must be involved in the exit negotiations  United Kingdom 

Two thirds of the British say the opposition must be involved in the exit negotiations

According to recent polls, more than two-thirds of British voters believe that the opposition parties should be involved in negotiations on the conditions for expulsion of the British EU membership (Brexit). The UK’s largest public opinion poll, YouGov, on Thursday, in London, said that 35 per cent of British say the opposition should have the same rights as the Conservative... Read More
King of Spain: triggers uncertainty and doubts about Brex in Spanish companies in the UK market  United Kingdom 

King of Spain: triggers uncertainty and doubts about Brex in Spanish companies in the UK market

According to the Spanish government, Brex is the cause of uncertainty and doubts, namely the disappearance of the British EU membership among Spanish companies operating in the UK market. VI. Philip II. As a guest of Queen Elizabeth, he was staying in a formal state visit to London in a financial preamble to business leaders in London on Thursday, saying... Read More
London analysts will have a “catastrophic” impact on City’s unexpired exit  United Kingdom 

London analysts will have a “catastrophic” impact on City’s unexpired exit

London financial analysts would have a catastrophic impact on the City’s financial sector if the UK were to leave the European Union without comprehensive trade agreement. In a 98-page study on Thursday, the Center for London, a London-based analytical center, shows that the value of exports of financial and other services across London has doubled in just one decade, and... Read More
He informed the British government of the draft withdrawal of the EU Membership Act  United Kingdom 

He informed the British government of the draft withdrawal of the EU Membership Act

The UK government presented the comprehensive bill on Thursday, which includes the overthrow of the 45-year EU law on UK membership and the transfer of EU law from the Union to the UK legal system. The current form of the Act of Accession of 1972 stipulates that the new legislation adopted at EU level will in all cases become British... Read More
The agreement on Gibraltar is increasingly urgent  United Kingdom 

The agreement on Gibraltar is increasingly urgent

At the current stage of the Brexit negotiations, it is becoming increasingly urgent for Spain and Great Britain to reach an agreement on Gibraltar’s affair – the Spanish daily El Mundo wrote in its editorial comment on Thursday. According to the newspaper, Gibraltar is the only “spike” in the so-so-friendly Spanish-British relationship. However, there is now a “clear opportunity” to... Read More
The British do not pay their debt to the EU  European Union United Kingdom 

The British do not pay their debt to the EU

Foreign Minister Boris Johnson in the UK House of Commons declared that they are unwilling to pay the European Union the money they still hold to the organization. According to the union’s representatives, this is why negotiations on the exit of the British may be blocked, writes Guardian. On Tuesday, in the House of Commons, Boris Johnson talked about refusing... Read More
Barnier: There are sharp differences between the EU and the UK  United Kingdom 

Barnier: There are sharp differences between the EU and the UK

There is a sharp disagreement between the parties on the conditions for the United Kingdom’s European Union demarcation, British should make their positions clearer on the major issues, as soon as possible, said Michel Barnier, the European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator. At Barnier’s press conference in Brussels, he stressed that the first day of negotiations under Article 50 of the... Read More
Moody’s: Under pressure from UK creditworthiness  United Kingdom 

Moody’s: Under pressure from UK creditworthiness

More and more pressure has been placed on the UK sovereign creditworthiness since the last summer referendum on British membership in the EU, and political and budgetary risks are also rising as a result of uncertainties in the outcome of EU membership negotiations – said Moody’s Investors Service in London on Tuesday night. Negative prospects for the international credit rating... Read More
Australian Prime Minister: Canberra is ready to “FASTER” Free Trade Agreement with London  United Kingdom 

Australian Prime Minister: Canberra is ready to “FASTER” Free Trade Agreement with London

According to the Australian prime minister, his country is ready to conclude a “free trade agreement” with London soon after the end of British membership. Britain can not officially even begin negotiations with Australia before the likely expiry of the British EU membership in Spring 2019 (Brexit). Malcolm Turnbull, who was on Monday in Downing Street Theresa May, British Prime... Read More
The largest EP factions find the British proposal on the rights of foreign EU citizens to be inadequate  European Union 

The largest EP factions find the British proposal on the rights of foreign EU citizens to be inadequate

  The largest factions in the European Parliament (EP) find it inadequate for the proposals made by the British government to enforce the rights of foreign EU citizens living in Britain for the period after the expiration of the British EU membership. The widely quoted statement in the British press Monday, which was signed by Guy Verhofstadt, EP’s Brexit chief... Read More
Liberal Leaders: “There may not be Brex”  

Liberal Leaders: “There may not be Brex”

The leading candidate of the Liberal Democrats in the United Kingdom feels it is conceivable that Great Britain will not leave the European Union in the face of ever-evolving economic problems. Sir Vince Cable, one of the most prestigious veterans of the third largest national parliamentary party in the former Conservative-Liberal coalition, has been the minister of business affairs, currently... Read More
G20 / Brexit – Donald Trump: America has “very, very fast” commercial agreement with London  

G20 / Brexit – Donald Trump: America has “very, very fast” commercial agreement with London

US President Donald Trump says the United States is “very fast” making bilateral trade agreements with Britain after the end of British membership. Trump also stated that he had met his invitation to visit Britain.     Trump on Saturday held talks with Theresa May, British Prime Minister, on the largest and emerging economies and on the summit of the G20 summit... Read More
Brexit – Michel Barnier: There would be no justification for the “disordered separation”  

Brexit – Michel Barnier: There would be no justification for the “disordered separation”

 There is nothing to justify the United Kingdom’s “unscrupulous” withdrawal from the European Union, and it would be detrimental for both sides to overcome the unilateral termination of the British EU membership, “stressed Michel Barnier, the European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator in Brussels on Thursday.     “Exiting the convention would make the situation even worse for both sides.” There is no... Read More
Brexit – Analyst: Negotiations lead to the worst exit  

Brexit – Analyst: Negotiations lead to the worst exit

     According to the docent of Corvinus University, if the British are really up from the negotiating table, the toughest Brex can be achieved.     Zoltán Gálik said on the morning program of the current channel M1 he said: There is still some uncertainty about Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union in the UK.     The timetable for negotiations with the European Union... Read More
The British government is dissatisfied with the willingness to leave the Brexit negotiations  United Kingdom 

The British government is dissatisfied with the willingness to leave the Brexit negotiations

London – The British Government is dissatisfied with the developments so far. Leaked news is willing to leave the Brexit negotiations with the European Union to show how tough negotiating partners – the Sunday Telegraph reported. Referring to an unspecified source, the newspaper reports that the head of several companies in the island was contacted by a senior representative of... Read More
Günther Oettinger: Brex to blow up tens of billions of euros on EU budget  

Günther Oettinger: Brex to blow up tens of billions of euros on EU budget

   Around ten billion euros could be hitting the European Union’s budget as one of the largest net paying nations in the United Kingdom, and in addition, new tasks should be funded, according to EU Commissioner Günther Oettinger on Wednesday to present a discussion paper on the future of EU finances.     At a press conference, the German politician said that with... Read More
Nicola Sturgeon: The Scottish government does not yet plan for a new referendum on independence  Scotland 

Nicola Sturgeon: The Scottish government does not yet plan for a new referendum on independence

 The Scottish government is not yet presenting a bill to call for a new referendum on independence, but waits until clarification of Brex, ie the conditions for expulsion of British membership, said Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon.     Sturgeon, speaking in the House of Parliament, stated that in the weeks of the British parliamentary elections in Britain on June 8 and... Read More
Theresa May: Foreign EU citizens living in Great Britain may remain after Brexit  United Kingdom 

Theresa May: Foreign EU citizens living in Great Britain may remain after Brexit

British Prime Minister Theresa May says that none of the foreign nationals currently legally residing in Britain will have to leave Brex after the expiry of the British EU membership.     May, who presented the main points of planned immigration arrangements for EU citizens on Monday at the Lower House in London, stated that foreign EU citizens who are living permanently... Read More
David Davis: It is very likely, but not a free trade agreement with the EU  

David Davis: It is very likely, but not a free trade agreement with the EU

 The British minister responsible for the Brexit negotiations argues that it is very likely, but not entirely certain, that a negotiated free trade agreement with the European Union will be reached on the negotiating table on the conditions for expiry of the EU membership.     David Davis stated on Sunday’s BBC television political magazine magazine that other EU member states have... Read More
London will also grant relief to poor developing countries after EU membership expires  

London will also grant relief to poor developing countries after EU membership expires

 The British government will also provide the poorest developing economies with the current duty-free access to the UK market after EU membership has come to an end.     According to a report by the Foreign Trade Minister Liam Fox Sunday, this commitment concerns 48 developing countries, which are currently exempt from duty on the UK market under an EU-level agreement. Among... Read More
Századvég Foundation – István Kiss: two years will be enough to exit  

Századvég Foundation – István Kiss: two years will be enough to exit

   According to the researcher at Seattle’s End, the remaining 21 months will not be enough to complete the Brexit, and all the details will be settled by the parties during a further transitional period.     István Kiss said in the M1 channel’s Saturday morning show that Theresa May even after the elections has stood up for “hard brex”, with hard negotiations... Read More
Theresa May: The British proposal on citizens’ rights is extremely equitable  United Kingdom 

Theresa May: The British proposal on citizens’ rights is extremely equitable

It is extremely serious and equitable that the British proposal presented last night, under which, even after the end of the EU membership of the United Kingdom, EU citizens who have arrived before the withdrawal can stay in the island, “said Prime Minister Theresa May at the EU summit in Brussels on Friday.     May reiterated four times in the brief... Read More
British sources: the citizens of the United Kingdom can stay behind the exit  United Kingdom 

British sources: the citizens of the United Kingdom can stay behind the exit

 Prime Minister Theresa May has promised that even after leaving the United Kingdom, EU citizens who remain before the resignation can stay in the country – UK government sources said on Thursday at a meeting of EU leaders in Brussels.     May presented to the EU Heads of State or Government the work of his government on the rights of citizens... Read More
Theresa May: The breakthrough negotiations started very constructively  

Theresa May: The breakthrough negotiations started very constructively

      The first consultation on negotiations on the EU exit from the United Kingdom was extremely constructive, Prime Minister Theresa May said.      May arrives at the meeting to announce that at the meeting he will present his government’s plans to secure citizenship rights.      “We will propose protecting the rights of EU citizens and British citizens living in the... Read More
Donald Tusk feels it is conceivable that the process of decoding can still be reversed  

Donald Tusk feels it is conceivable that the process of decoding can still be reversed

     Theoretically, the United Kingdom ‘s removal process can still be reversed from the European Union, despite the start of exit negotiations this week – said Donald Tusk, President of the European Council in Brussels on Thursday.     At a press conference, Tusk said he had been asked several times whether he might have a scenario whereby British members would stay in... Read More
Governor of Bank of England: Commercial obstacles hit the poorest  

Governor of Bank of England: Commercial obstacles hit the poorest

     The obstacles posed to international trade disproportionately affect the least prosperous members of society, as they generate inflation and narrow down prospects, said British Governor Mark Carney, who delivered a lecture on the traditional annual banquet of the mayor of London, He dealt with the expected consequences of UK membership.     Mark Carney also made a direct reference to not seeing... Read More
Angela Merkel: Both sides need an appropriate agreement  

Angela Merkel: Both sides need an appropriate agreement

     According to German Chancellor Angela Merkel, both parties should strike a good deal on Monday’s negotiations on breakaway EU membership (Brexit).     The German Chancellor on Monday in Berlin after meeting with Romanian Prime Minister Klaus Iohannis, in response to a press conference, stressed that the most important thing for him is that the 27 Member States remaining in the European... Read More
Brexit: they agreed on the priorities and timetables for the negotiations  

Brexit: they agreed on the priorities and timetables for the negotiations

    An agreement was reached on the main priorities and timetables for negotiations on the European Union eradication of the United Kingdom on the first day of the consultations under Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon, said Michel Barnier, chief negotiator of the European Commission, on Monday night.     “We agreed on the dates of the negotiations, the details and priorities... Read More
Brexit – Official opening negotiations have begun  

Brexit – Official opening negotiations have begun

     Negotiations on the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union on Monday, negotiations under Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty began in Brussels.     In Brussels, the European Commission’s meeting was attended by Michel Barnier, the chief negotiator of the European Commission, and David Davis, the British Secretary of State for Brexit, to begin negotiations for the first phase of EU... Read More
Boris Johnson: London is considering “happy” negotiations  

Boris Johnson: London is considering “happy” negotiations

     Negotiations on the EU exit from the United Kingdom are to be seen in the future and London is “happy” to finish, “said British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson at a meeting of Foreign Ministers of the Union on Monday to report to journalists in Luxembourg.     According to the British Foreign Minister, talks on Monday will lead to a positive outcome... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May: Negotiations will begin next week  

Brexit – Theresa May: Negotiations will begin next week

British Prime Minister Theresa May announced in Paris on Tuesday that the timetable for negotiations on the Union’s exit from the EU will not change and start next week.     “The timetable for the Brexit negotiations will remain unchanged and will begin next week,” said the British Prime Minister, Emmanuel Macron, in a joint press conference with French President. “We will... Read More
Brexit – EU negotiator: there is no time to start negotiating  

Brexit – EU negotiator: there is no time to start negotiating

 There is no time to waste, as soon as negotiations on the EU exit from the United Kingdom are started, with the further sliding there is a growing risk that the British EU membership will be terminated without agreement, which would be detrimental to both sides, “said Michel Barnier, European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator in a Tuesday interviews.     Barnier urged... Read More
Brexit – Germany will also receive EU banking and the pharmaceutical agency  

Brexit – Germany will also receive EU banking and the pharmaceutical agency

     Germany will also receive the European Banking Authority (EBA) and the European Medicines Agency (EMA) leaving London on the abolition of British membership (Brexit), the German government spokesman announced on Monday in Berlin.     Steffen Seibert said that Frankfurt could be a new home for assessing the EU’s single financial market, a banking system that could be used to identify weaknesses... Read More
The EU needs to conclude free trade agreements with Breach in New Zealand and Australia  

The EU needs to conclude free trade agreements with Breach in New Zealand and Australia

 The European Union must start free trade negotiations with New Zealand and Australia early this autumn, and should preferably agree before they leave the EU, “said MTI on Thursday in Péter Szijjártó, after discussing With the relevant architects of the two overseas countries.     Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Affairs met with Steven Ciobo, Australia’s Minister of Commerce, Tourism and... Read More
Brexit – British financial supervisors are interested in the contingency plans of fund managers  

Brexit – British financial supervisors are interested in the contingency plans of fund managers

 British Financial Supervisory Authority (UK) has asked for detailed information from the largest management companies in London about the contingency plans for the possible consequences of UK membership.     The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in Financial Times reported Thursday that the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is primarily interested in the 30-question questionnaire on how the British model of institutional investment companies... Read More
 At the end of the Brexit process, a new referendum on independence would be justified  Scotland 

 At the end of the Brexit process, a new referendum on independence would be justified

According to the election program of the Scottish National Party (SNP), Scotland, Tuesday, a new referendum on Scottish independence would be justified at the end of the series of negotiations on the conditions for expulsion of British EU membership.     The 48-page program was premiered by Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon at the SNP election campaign in Perth, Scotland. According to... Read More
Brexin is one of the main topics of the Spanish and Portuguese government summits  

Brexin is one of the main topics of the Spanish and Portuguese government summits

     Spain began its two-day summit in Portugal and the Spanish and Portuguese Governments, whose main topic is to discuss the positions on Brexin – the Spanish Prime Minister announced on Monday.     The leadership of two countries in the Iberian Peninsula views the common issues that are considered most important for the 29th time. Meetings are held annually, but last year,... Read More
Theresa May: Brexit negotiations begin 11 days after the elections  United Kingdom 

Theresa May: Brexit negotiations begin 11 days after the elections

 According to Prime Minister Theresa May, according to the original timetable, eleven days after the British parliamentary elections next Thursday, substantial negotiations will begin with the European Union on the conditions of termination of British membership.     May announced on a London-based campaign meeting Monday that the timetable is ready, “Europeans” are ready to start negotiations, and there is no way... Read More
Theresa May: London can not conclude “any price” agreement with the EU  

Theresa May: London can not conclude “any price” agreement with the EU

 British Prime Minister Theresa May argues that negotiations on the terms of the termination of British membership of the EU can not have the goal of London’s “at any price” agreement with the European Union.     The British Prime Minister and Jeremy Corbyn, the largest opposition leader, the Labor Party leader and Prime Minister’s candidate, on Monday evening in televised election... Read More
It is expected that a new headquarters in London-based EU agencies will be available in October  

It is expected that a new headquarters in London-based EU agencies will be available in October

 It is expected that October will be a new headquarters of the London-based EU agencies, which have to move to the UK’s EU membership. The members of the member states will decide on the sites on clear criteria, by secret ballot, “said the American Politics Business Journal, The Wall Street Journal (WSJ), describing the leaked guidelines of the European Commission.... Read More
Brexit – Great Britain’s immigration dropped significantly last year  

Brexit – Great Britain’s immigration dropped significantly last year

 Significantly lowered last year due to the decline in British immigration, not least from the number of people from Central European countries. According to an estimate released on Thursday by the British statistical office (ONS), in the twelve months ended December, the number of people arriving to Britain was 248,000, with a steady resumption of office, 84,000 less than in... Read More
Theresa May: The EU will start the Brexin negotiations 11 days after the elections  

Theresa May: The EU will start the Brexin negotiations 11 days after the elections

 British Prime Minister Theresa May says that the European Union intends to start the substantial negotiations with London on eligibility for UK membership of the EU eleven days after the early British parliamentary elections due on 8 June.     May was mentioned on Monday at the campaign meeting of the ruling British Conservative Party in Welsh, on the date without details.... Read More
Brexit – Expert: Political Marketing Debate on Financial Obligations  

Brexit – Expert: Political Marketing Debate on Financial Obligations

    According to Professor Zoltán Gálik, Corvinus University of Budapest, only political marketing is a debate on the financial obligations of the United Kingdom to the European Union, as it is possible to know how much the UK Government has to pay after the end of EU membership.     The expert commented on the morning channel of the current channel M1 on... Read More
British Elections – The tightening of immigration rules is also included in the Conservatives’ program  United Kingdom 

British Elections – The tightening of immigration rules is also included in the Conservatives’ program

 Stricter regulation on immigration is also included in the electoral program of the ruling British Conservative Party.     The program for early parliamentary elections due after three weeks – which is entitled ‘Forward, Together’ – will be published on Thursday afternoon.     By some preliminary details known at dawn, the government – if the Conservative Party wins the June 8 elections –... Read More
Donald Tusk: EU unity and political solidarity are the most important  

Donald Tusk: EU unity and political solidarity are the most important

    Most importantly, during the Brexin negotiations, the European Union (EU) should show unity and show political solidarity with the United Kingdom – said Donald Tusk, President of the European Council in Strasbourg, Wednesday at a plenary session of the European Parliament.     Tusk emphasized the results of the last EU summit, which adopted the guidelines for the British exit talks from... Read More
The Brexin referendum is not the cause of the EU’s problems, it is the consequence  

The Brexin referendum is not the cause of the EU’s problems, it is the consequence

According to Szabolcs Takács, it is not the cause of the European Union’s problems, but the consequence of these problems is that the majority of the British voted to leave the referendum on the British EU membership in June last year. The Secretary of State for EU Affairs, together with EU officials in the other member states of the Visegrad... Read More
British Elections – Conventional Deployment Plans to Discard Uncontrolled Brexin the Work Plan’s Outbound Program  

British Elections – Conventional Deployment Plans to Discard Uncontrolled Brexin the Work Plan’s Outbound Program

Partial nationalization plans include the largest British opposition force, the Labor Party’s leaked election program. The document, which has not yet been finalized, also denies the possibility of Britain leaving the European Union without agreement. Labor is scheduled to release next week’s official program for early parliamentary elections scheduled for 8 June. However, the 43-page draft of the document came... Read More
Brexin – Goldman Sachs – Leader: City’s development can stop  

Brexin – Goldman Sachs – Leader: City’s development can stop

The head of the Goldman Sachs Bank Group says the London City financial center is unlikely to be built after the end of UK membership, but its development is “down” if financial services companies resident in London have no access to the European market. Lloyd Blankfein, on BBC television, said on Friday: Goldman Sachs, currently employing 6,500 employees in London’s... Read More
Brexin – Antonio Tajani: No one wants to influence the British election campaign  

Brexin – Antonio Tajani: No one wants to influence the British election campaign

No one wants to influence the British election campaign in Brussels, said Antonio Tajani, President of the European Parliament (EP), on Thursday. EP President Theresa May responded to the British Prime Minister’s statement earlier that several officials of the European Union and the European press have been trying to influence threats and misunderstandings by the early British parliamentary elections scheduled... Read More
Brexin – Hundreds of jobs are about to be resettled from London by JP Morgan  Finance 

Brexin – Hundreds of jobs are about to be resettled from London by JP Morgan

Hundreds of jobs are being prepared from London to other financial centers in the European Union, JP Morgan, before the end of the UK membership. The largest European department in the US banking sector operates in London. However, Daniel Pinto, chairman of JP Morgan’s investment business, said on a business event in Saudi Arabia on BBC’s quotation on Wednesday that... Read More
Brexin – Head of Cabinet of Jean-Claude Juncker: it is unsuccessful to leave the United Kingdom  

Brexin – Head of Cabinet of Jean-Claude Juncker: it is unsuccessful to leave the United Kingdom

In no way can the UK exit, but the process of separation can be managed well, “said Martin Selmayr, Head of Cabinet of the European Commission, in his interview with Politico in Brussels on Wednesday. German politician Jean-Claude Juncker, leader of the Brussels-based body, called the departure of the island a “sad and regrettable” event. Selmayr said that Theresa May,... Read More
Brexin – The UK government does not pay 100 billion euros to the EU  Finance 

Brexin – The UK government does not pay 100 billion euros to the EU

Britain’s Brexin negotiators say Britain will certainly not pay the billions of euros to the European Union. Financial Times said on Wednesday that according to the calculations, the European Union could submit a one-time gross payment claim of up to one hundred billion euros to Great Britain for an agreement on the conditions of termination of the British EU membership.... Read More
Brexin – The European Commission has proposed the launch of the resignation negotiations  

Brexin – The European Commission has proposed the launch of the resignation negotiations

It has proposed the European Commission on Wednesday to launch negotiations on the untying of the United Kingdom and at the same time published its guidelines for coordination. “Some have caused the illusion that Brexit will not have a significant impact on our lives, and negotiations can be quickly closed, but that is not the case,” Michel Barnier, the chief... Read More
Brexin – Theresa May: agreement on the rights of EU citizens on a reciprocal basis  

Brexin – Theresa May: agreement on the rights of EU citizens on a reciprocal basis

According to British Prime Minister Theresa May, London insists on ensuring reciprocity in guaranteeing the rights of citizens of other European Union member states living in Britain on a reciprocal basis. May said on BBC television’s Sunday political magazine program he said that as a British prime minister, he considers it important to take care of the UK’s other 27... Read More
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