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It is not possible for Great Britain to go back to the current structure of the EU Brexit 

It is not possible for Great Britain to go back to the current structure of the EU

Britain’s second-highest official says it is unlikely that Britain will rejoin the European Union if it is in its current form in the future. David Lidington, on Saturday, however, indicated in his statement that when the EU is transformed, future UK decision-makers may consider establishing a relationship with a new form of European cooperation.     Lidington, the cabinet chief, who is... Read More
Zoltán Gálik: Good for the British and the French too after the Brexit cooperation Brexit 

Zoltán Gálik: Good for the British and the French too after the Brexit cooperation

   Zoltán Gálik, associate professor of Corvinus University of Budapest, says that after Britain’s European Union exit, after Brexit, it is able to “extend” the borders, good Britain and France.     Zoltán Gálik, who was asked on the current channel M1 on Thursday that the two governments agreed on the extension of the military cooperation and the improvement of the efficiency of... Read More
The London House of Commons approved the revocation draft of the British EU Membership Act Brexit 

The London House of Commons approved the revocation draft of the British EU Membership Act

 The London House of Deputies approved a draft law to revoke the British EU membership law Wednesday evening. The draft is now in front of the upper chamber, House of Lords, and a multi-month debate is expected until the final parliamentary decision.     The comprehensive legislative bill, which created the legal framework for the expiry of the British EU membership, was... Read More
Juncker wants the United Kingdom once to return to the EU Brexit 

Juncker wants the United Kingdom once to return to the EU

 It is not possible that the United Kingdom will ultimately remain a member of the European Union if the British may change their minds, “Jean-Claude Juncker, the President of the European Commission, announced on Wednesday, adding that if this is not the case, to return to the EU.     Juncker spoke at the plenary session of the European Parliament (EP) and... Read More
Donald Tusk: The European Union remains open to the United Kingdom Brexit 

Donald Tusk: The European Union remains open to the United Kingdom

The gates of the European Union remain open to the United Kingdom if the island revises its earlier decision on exit (Brexit), said Donald Tusk, European Council President in Strasbourg on Tuesday, referring to the fact that the Brexit process can still be reversed.     Tusk spoke at the plenary session of the European Parliament (EP) and quoted David Davis, the... Read More
Scotland would have to put billions into hardcore Brexit Brexit Scotland 

Scotland would have to put billions into hardcore Brexit

According to the Scottish government, the Scottish economy would have billions of hard brexes, ie if Britain would leave the European Union without agreement. The 58-page study of the Scottish Government on Monday contains economic calculations for several scenarios. According to the most unfavorable, modeling the consequences of the harsh Brexit, by 2030, Scotland’s total domestic product (GDP) would remain... Read More
Scottish Prime Minister: Independence offers the best future for Scotland Brexit Scotland 

Scottish Prime Minister: Independence offers the best future for Scotland

According to the Scottish prime minister, independence continues to offer the best future for Scotland, but the decision on this will be due once the conditionality of the termination of the British EU membership has been outlined. Nicola Sturgeon in BBC television’s Sunday political magazine shows: “There is a great deal of confusion” on the future of Britain and the... Read More
Nigel Farage: A new EU referendum should be used to silence the outgoing opponents Brexit 

Nigel Farage: A new EU referendum should be used to silence the outgoing opponents

Nigel Farage said it would be possible to hold a new referendum on Britain’s EU membership to “silence” anti-Brexit voices. Farage, a former leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP), one of the flagships of radical British anti-EU camps in Britain’s Thursday political magazine magazine Channel 5, said: “Blair and Clegg never give up , will go to sleep,... Read More
Half a million British jobs can enter the “hard brexit” Brexit 

Half a million British jobs can enter the “hard brexit”

It is possible to reach half the million lost British jobs if Britain leaves the European Union without agreement – is the latest study on Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, on Thursday. Khan announced in December that he had commissioned more impact assessments on the likely economic and business consequences of UK membership. A major analyst at Cambridge Econometrics investigated... Read More
London asks for full access to the EU market for a transitional period after the exit Brexit 

London asks for full access to the EU market for a transitional period after the exit

It should provide full access to the European Union’s internal market for the transitional period between Britain’s withdrawal from the Community for the elimination of EU membership (Brexit) and the establishment of a new system of relations, “said the British Minister responsible for the Brexit negotiations and the head of the finance ministry in a joint written , published in... Read More
Financial Times: The EU prepares British companies for the consequences of Brexit without agreement Brexit 

Financial Times: The EU prepares British companies for the consequences of Brexit without agreement

The “Regulatory” Information Campaign of the UK’s corporate sector in the various sectors of the European Union – the Financial Times of Wednesday – is preparing for the hard regulatory consequences of the unbalanced termination of British EU membership. The London Economic Day has gained insight into the legal guidelines issued by the EU regulatory institutions and the European Commission... Read More
It is a big bet for the negotiations on the budget following the Brexit Brexit 

It is a big bet for the negotiations on the budget following the Brexit

   There is a high stake in the negotiations on the follow-up to the Brexit, and the European Union should conclude negotiations on its spending plans as quickly as possible, said EU Budget Commissioner Günther Oettinger Tuesday, at a Brussels conference on the 2020-2027 budget budget.     The Commissioner underlined that, at a time when the British leave the European Union, the... Read More
According to Davis, some EU guidelines are based on an agreement without Brexit Brexit 

According to Davis, some EU guidelines are based on an agreement without Brexit

According to Davis, some EU guidelines are based on an agreement without Brexit According to the British Minister for Brexit negotiations, some European Union institutions provide guidance to the business sector that does not expect London and the EU to reach an agreement on the relationship between the post-cessation of UK membership.     David Davis, a Financial Times spokesman, said last... Read More
London seeks a full free trade agreement with the EU Brexit 

London seeks a full free trade agreement with the EU

According to the British Prime Minister, London is seeking a free trade agreement with the European Union, which covers both trade in goods and services.     Theresa May, in a statement on BBC television’s Sunday political magazine, said that her government wants to maintain a “frictionless, duty-free” trade relationship with the EU after the end of UK membership, on the basis... Read More
The voters must be given the right to rethink the decision Brexit 

The voters must be given the right to rethink the decision

According to British Prime Minister Tony Blair, British voters should be given the right to “rethink” the referendum decision on the resignation of British EU membership, as no one knew during the referendum on what to leave the European Union. In a referendum held in June 2016, a small, 51.9 percent majority of the participants voted for the United Kingdom... Read More
Britain would join the Pacific Free Trade Area Brexit 

Britain would join the Pacific Free Trade Area

According to media reports, London has begun “informal” negotiations on the possible accession of Britain to the Free Trade Area of the Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP), from which the US has quit a year. According to BBC’s and Financial Times’s London-based daily newspaper, Wednesday’s report, the report is being prepared by the British Ministry of Foreign Trade. Britain would be... Read More
The vast majority of economists are still pessimistic Brexit 

The vast majority of economists are still pessimistic

A significant majority of economists continue to perceive the impact of the UK’s expiry process on the British economy. At the beginning of each year, the Financial Times asks for a survey by senior investment and analytics consultants on the expected economic developments of the next twelve months. The London economic newspaper recalls that two years ago, three quarters of... Read More
Life will be more expensive if there is no customs agreement with outside partner economies Brexit 

Life will be more expensive if there is no customs agreement with outside partner economies

According to the British Retail Association (BRC), it may lead to a significant increase in the import of imported products if Britain can not conclude bilateral trade agreements with the several hundred external partner economies with which the EU as a full member is currently duty-free or very low trades with customs. BRC’s Tuesday study in London underlines the fact... Read More
Estimated – United Kingdom 2017: “Brexit means Brexit” – but what does Brex mean? Brexit United Kingdom 

Estimated – United Kingdom 2017: “Brexit means Brexit” – but what does Brex mean?

“Brexit means Brexit”, meaning Brexit Brexit – with this password he started the first full “Brexit Year” in January in Theresa May   Briton   Prime Minister, has been a political motto since then that the United Kingdom will definitely leave the European Union, meeting the decision of a referendum on EU membership in June last year with a narrow majority of 51.9 per... Read More
Financial Times: The EU makes a tight commercial offer if London does not specify what it wants      Brexit 

Financial Times: The EU makes a tight commercial offer if London does not specify what it wants   

The European Union is offering a narrow-cut “Canadian-style” commercial agreement to London if the British government does not come up with its own detailed ideas within a short time, quoting senior EU officials quoting the Financial Times on Friday. According to EU sources in London’s economic newspaper, this plan reflects the Brussels, Paris and Berlin concerns that British Prime Minister... Read More
Bank of England carries supervisory gestures to encourage EU banks to stay in London       Brexit 

Bank of England carries supervisory gestures to encourage EU banks to stay in London    

Regulatory gestures would be encouraged by Bank of England’s EU-based foreign banks in London to remain in London’s financial center after the end of UK membership. The essence of the highly complex 32-page package of proposals put forward by the British central bank Wednesday evening in London is that European banks could operate London’s wholesale financial services after the Brexit... Read More
The planned transitional period should end on 31 December 2020     Brexit European Union 

The planned transitional period should end on 31 December 2020  

Approximately one and a half years after the planned United Union exit from the United Kingdom, the European Commission would close the proposed transitional period on 31 December 2020 – announced Michel Barnier, the Brexit chief negotiator in Brussels, on Wednesday in Brussels. “The transitional measures should be applied from the entry into force of the Convention on Exit, no... Read More
British Interior Minister: No bureaucratic obstacles to obtaining a residence permit     Brexit 

British Interior Minister: No bureaucratic obstacles to obtaining a residence permit  

According to the British Interior Minister, more than 3 million foreign nationals living in the UK will be able to obtain their permanent residence permit without bureaucratic obstacles after the expiration of the British EU membership. Amber Rudd wrote a personal letter to 120,000 EU workers who enrolled in the mailing list of the Interior Ministry, but the Ministry made... Read More
Theresa May: Great Britain enacted the rights of EU citizens      Brexit 

Theresa May: Great Britain enacted the rights of EU citizens   

According to the British Prime Minister, the rights of foreign EU citizens living in Britain will be regulated by law and will be enforced by British courts. Theresa May reported Monday at the London House of Commons last week of EU summit in Brussels. The Heads of State and Government of the Member States remaining in the EU have decided... Read More
Theresa May: London és az EU is gyors megállapodást akar az átmeneti időszakról       Brexit 

Theresa May: London és az EU is gyors megállapodást akar az átmeneti időszakról    

Theresa May szerint az Európai Bizottság által az EU-tagállamoknak adott útmutatás arra vall, hogy London és az Európai Unió is gyors előrelépést szeretne a brit EU-tagság megszűnése után tervezett átmeneti időszak ügyében. A brit miniszterelnök hétfőn számol be a londoni alsóház képviselőinek a múlt heti brüsszeli EU-csúcsról, amelyen az unióban maradó tagállamok állam- és kormányfői úgy döntöttek, hogy el lehet... Read More
Survey: more than half of Britons are opposed to leaving the EU          Brexit 

Survey: more than half of Britons are opposed to leaving the EU       

Fifty-one percent of Britons now oppose Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, while 41 percent agree with it, according to a survey released Sunday by the Independent newspaper British Liberal Party. In a survey conducted by the BMG Research polling institute on behalf of the news portal, citizens asked the same question for a referendum on UK membership in the... Read More
Tusk: “The second stage of the Brexit negotiations is” dramatically difficult ”       Brexit European Union 

Tusk: “The second stage of the Brexit negotiations is” dramatically difficult ”    

It is possible to reach agreement on the deadline for the second phase of the negotiations on the European Union’s rescission of the United Kingdom, but it will be “dramatically difficult”, said Donald Tusk, President of the European Council after the EU summit in Brussels on Friday. At a press conference closing the meeting, Tusk considered that negotiations on the... Read More
Merkel: hard work stands before the Union in the second phase of the Brexit negotiations           Brexit 

Merkel: hard work stands before the Union in the second phase of the Brexit negotiations        

The work of the European Union and its negotiators is even harder than ever before, after the leaders of the Member States have decided to start the second phase of the Brexit negotiations, said German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Brussels after Friday’s EU summit meeting. Merkel Emmanuel Macron said in a press conference with French head of state that, as... Read More
Residual Member States: move on to the second stage of the Brexit negotiations       Brexit 

Residual Member States: move on to the second stage of the Brexit negotiations    

The second phase of the negotiations on the European Union’s rescission of the United Kingdom could be continued, with major progress being made on the departure of the parties, said the leaders of the remaining Member States after the British withdrawal at their meeting in Brussels on Friday. Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, reported on Twitter on the... Read More
European Parliament: move on to the second stage of the resignation negotiations      Brexit European Union 

European Parliament: move on to the second stage of the resignation negotiations    

The second phase of the negotiations on the untying of the United Kingdom can be continued, with the parties agreeing on the main conditions of departure, but there are still questions to be clarified, “the European Parliament (EP) adopted in a Wednesday’s resolution adopted by a large majority. In a document approved by the MP in Strasbourg, they have pointed... Read More
Barnier: The British government will not get out of the preliminary agreement    The British Government will not skimp on the United Kingdom’s agreement on the conditions for the EU to be abolished the previous week, as soon as it becomes a binding legal text, “said Michel Barnier, European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator at Wednesday’s European Parliament plenary session.      Earlier, a statement by the British minister responsible for Brexit negotiations David Davis at the week-long statement that “no legal binding force” on the main issues of the island’s departure has been “a declarations of intent”, is a great indignation in Brussels.     Speaking at the Strasbourg meeting, Guy Verhofstadt, chief negotiator of the EP, spoke to Davis on the telephone, assuring him that he “did not intend” to retire from the settlement.  Source: MTI / Image: vg.hu / Brexit 

Barnier: The British government will not get out of the preliminary agreement  The British Government will not skimp on the United Kingdom’s agreement on the conditions for the EU to be abolished the previous week, as soon as it becomes a binding legal text, “said Michel Barnier, European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator at Wednesday’s European Parliament plenary session.     Earlier, a statement by the British minister responsible for Brexit negotiations David Davis at the week-long statement that “no legal binding force” on the main issues of the island’s departure has been “a declarations of intent”, is a great indignation in Brussels.     Speaking at the Strasbourg meeting, Guy Verhofstadt, chief negotiator of the EP, spoke to Davis on the telephone, assuring him that he “did not intend” to retire from the settlement. Source: MTI / Image: vg.hu /

The British government will not skip the agreement reached on the United Kingdom’s EU abolition over the previous week, should be swiftly translated into binding legal texts – said Michel Barnier, European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator at the European Parliament’s (EP) Wednesday plenary session. The statement by the British minister responsible for the Brexit negotiations with David Davis that the... Read More
Verhofstadt: the prior agreement should be legally binding     Brexit 

Verhofstadt: the prior agreement should be legally binding  

Legislation should be made legally binding on the United Kingdom’s agreement on the conditions for the EU’s release last week, said Guy Verhofstadt, European Parliament (EP) Brexit’s chief negotiator, who fears that the British government will fail if the second stage of the negotiations not according to London’s expectations. Last month after the long months, the parties reached agreement on... Read More
Theresa May: “a new sense of goodwill” has been agreed on the exit conditions      Brexit 

Theresa May: “a new sense of goodwill” has been agreed on the exit conditions   

According to the British Prime Minister, a “fresh outlook” has resulted in a preliminary agreement between London and the European Commission on the conditions of termination of British membership. Theresa May, who informed the representatives of the London House of Commons in her Monday afternoon report on the preliminary agreement expected last week for the first phase of the Brexit... Read More
British Under-Secretary of State for Home Affairs: “in minutes” you can apply for a residence permit      According to the Immigration Secretary of the British Ministry of Home Affairs, foreign nationals living legally in Britain will “be able to register for a few minutes in a few minutes as a permanent resident of Great Britain for the period after the expiration of the British EU membership.      Brandon Lewis said in a hearing on Tuesday at the House of Lords of the European Parliament on Justice at the European Union’s Justice Committee that EU foreign nationals applying for resident status will be expected to respond to the “on-line” question on a “six-eight” question within two weeks from the UK authorities.     Lewis stressed that EU citizens should not do anything for the time being, registration will start next year and will be much simpler than the current system in which a 85-page application needs to be read and completed.  Source: MTI / Image: gov.uk / Brexit European Union 

British Under-Secretary of State for Home Affairs: “in minutes” you can apply for a residence permit    According to the Immigration Secretary of the British Ministry of Home Affairs, foreign nationals living legally in Britain will “be able to register for a few minutes in a few minutes as a permanent resident of Great Britain for the period after the expiration of the British EU membership.     Brandon Lewis said in a hearing on Tuesday at the House of Lords of the European Parliament on Justice at the European Union’s Justice Committee that EU foreign nationals applying for resident status will be expected to respond to the “on-line” question on a “six-eight” question within two weeks from the UK authorities.     Lewis stressed that EU citizens should not do anything for the time being, registration will start next year and will be much simpler than the current system in which a 85-page application needs to be read and completed. Source: MTI / Image: gov.uk /

According to the Immigration Secretary of the British Ministry of Home Affairs, foreign nationals living legally in Britain will “be able to register for a few minutes in a few minutes as a permanent resident of Great Britain for the period after the expiration of the British EU membership. Brandon Lewis said at a hearing on Tuesday at the House... Read More
Theresa May: “a new sense of goodwill” has been agreed on the exit conditions       Brexit 

Theresa May: “a new sense of goodwill” has been agreed on the exit conditions    

According to the British Prime Minister, a “fresh outlook” has resulted in a preliminary agreement between London and the European Commission on the conditions of termination of British membership. Theresa May, who informed the representatives of the London House of Commons in her Monday afternoon report on the preliminary agreement expected last week for the first phase of the Brexit... Read More
The UK pharmaceutical and chemical industry would remain in the EU regulatory framework Brexit 

The UK pharmaceutical and chemical industry would remain in the EU regulatory framework

The UK pharmaceutical and chemical sector wants to stay in the European Union’s regulatory system after the end of UK membership, and has asked the government to allow this in a letter. Financial Times reported on Monday that the British Chemical Industry Association – Michael Gove, the Minister for the Environment, wrote: The UK government must do its best to... Read More
Davis: “dramatically reduced” is the risk that there will be no commercial agreement      Brexit 

Davis: “dramatically reduced” is the risk that there will be no commercial agreement   

According to the British Secretary of the Brexit negotiations, a preliminary agreement on the condition of termination of the British EU membership “dramatically reduced” the risk of Britain leaving the European Union without a comprehensive trade agreement and thus the risk of declining For British trade with the EU, after the Brexit, the World Trade Organization (WTO) rules will come... Read More
Expert: Little chance for a new vote on Brexit      Brexit 

Expert: Little chance for a new vote on Brexit   

Despite the cumbersome progress, there is little chance of a new vote in the United Kingdom about EU demarcation, “said Zoltán Gálik, associate professor of Corvinus University, on the current channel M1 Sunday on Friday’s agreement on the most important prerequisites. Zoltán Gálik recalled that the idea of another vote was raised, which would have to ask the British whether... Read More
By the end of the century: largely the negotiations developed in line with EU expectations     The first phase of the Brexit negotiations was largely based on the expectations of the European Union, “said István Pócza, analyst at Századvég Alapítvány, on Saturday morning on the current channel M1.  According to the analyst, there has been a compromise in all respects, which Theresa May, the British Prime Minister, can produce as a result in his homeland. He added that most analysts expect Britain to really leave the European Union, but will continue to remain on the key issues – financial contributions, EU workers and open or closed borders. István Pócza drew attention to the fact that members of the European Commission participated in the Brexit negotiations by the EU, but their views did not necessarily cover the interests of the Member States. “It is in the interest of the committee to break the British out and to show that it is not worth the exit from the EU …, while the Member States want to maintain good relations,” he stressed.  Source: MTI / Picture: 24.en / Brexit 

By the end of the century: largely the negotiations developed in line with EU expectations   The first phase of the Brexit negotiations was largely based on the expectations of the European Union, “said István Pócza, analyst at Századvég Alapítvány, on Saturday morning on the current channel M1. According to the analyst, there has been a compromise in all respects, which Theresa May, the British Prime Minister, can produce as a result in his homeland. He added that most analysts expect Britain to really leave the European Union, but will continue to remain on the key issues – financial contributions, EU workers and open or closed borders. István Pócza drew attention to the fact that members of the European Commission participated in the Brexit negotiations by the EU, but their views did not necessarily cover the interests of the Member States. “It is in the interest of the committee to break the British out and to show that it is not worth the exit from the EU …, while the Member States want to maintain good relations,” he stressed. Source: MTI / Picture: 24.en /

By the end of the century: largely the negotiations developed in line with EU expectations   The first phase of the Brexit negotiations was largely based on the expectations of the European Union, “said István Pócza, analyst at Századvég Alapítvány, on Saturday morning on the current channel M1. According to the analyst, there has been a compromise in all respects,... Read More
British business organizations: the legal certainty of foreign EU workers must be established       Brexit 

British business organizations: the legal certainty of foreign EU workers must be established    

According to leading interest organizations in the British business sector, the agreement on the first stage of the Brexit negotiations is expected to be finalized on Friday, and now the final guarantee of the legal certainty of workers from foreign EU countries has to be emphasized. According to the British Industry Confederation (CBI), the most important task is to clearly... Read More
Joint Communication: The rights of foreign EU citizens arriving in Britain are guaranteed      Brexit 

Joint Communication: The rights of foreign EU citizens arriving in Britain are guaranteed   

At the time of the expiration of the British EU membership, the agreement on the British exit regime between London and the EU is also agreed on the protection of the acquired rights of foreign nationals living in Great Britain and the British citizens who are then foreign nationals in the EU. It is up to this agreement to decide... Read More
There was a preliminary agreement on the most important conditions for separation       Brexit 

There was a preliminary agreement on the most important conditions for separation    

After negotiations over the long months, the agreement on the most important conditions for EU unification in the United Kingdom was announced – Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission and Prime Minister Theresa May announced on Thursday in a joint press conference after meeting in Brussels again early in the morning. The European Commission, in parallel with the announcement,... Read More
A new draft text on the Irish question, May talked with Varadkarr and Juncker        Brexit 

A new draft text on the Irish question, May talked with Varadkarr and Juncker     

According to London media reports Thursday, a new draft agreement agreement was drawn up on how to open the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland after the end of UK membership. This is the main pending issue in the current negotiation phase of the British exit rule, and because of its inability to do so, it was not possible to... Read More
British Industry Association: Most of the companies are starting to put in standby measures within days        Brexit 

British Industry Association: Most of the companies are starting to put in standby measures within days     

According to the British Industry Association (CBI), most of the companies may start implementing their contingency plans within days if they fail to resolve the deadlock in negotiations on the conditions for extradition of British EU membership. On the basis of the original ideas, at the EU Summit in October, it would have been decided whether the second phase of... Read More
European Commission: The British Prime Minister has a Sunday to come up with new proposals       Brexit 

European Commission: The British Prime Minister has a Sunday to come up with new proposals    

Prime Minister Theresa May has a Sunday to come up with new proposals on the main issues of the United Kingdom’s European Union rescue (Brexit) to endorse the second stage of conciliation at the next EU summit for leaders of the remaining Member States, said the European Commission’s lead on Thursday. Margaritis Skinner told the board’s daily press conference that... Read More
Davis: a kormány nem készített átfogó gazdasági hatástanulmányt     Brexit 

Davis: a kormány nem készített átfogó gazdasági hatástanulmányt  

A brit kormány nem készített átfogó hatástanulmányt arról, hogy a brit EU-tagság megszűnése milyen következményekkel jár majd a brit gazdaságra – mondta szerdán a kilépési folyamat irányítására létrehozott brit minisztérium (DExEU) vezetője. David Davis a londoni alsóház Brexit-ügyi bizottságának meghallgatásán kijelentette: a kormány “szektorszintű elemzéséket” összeállított, de teljeskörű előrejelzés nincs arra, hogy a brit gazdaság egésze hogyan reagál majd az EU-tagság... Read More
The unionists would not support the exceptional status of Northern Ireland      Brexit United Kingdom 

The unionists would not support the exceptional status of Northern Ireland   

The largest Protestant political force in Northern Ireland, the Democratic Union Party (DUP), would not support a solution in which the province would receive a tide other than the rest of the UK after the end of British membership. According to unofficial reports from London, the announcement by the DUP leader on Monday was the reason why, unlike the expectations,... Read More
Juncker and May: progress has been made in the opening negotiations, but there is no breakthrough yet     Brexit European Union 

Juncker and May: progress has been made in the opening negotiations, but there is no breakthrough yet  

Significant progress has been made in the negotiations on the main issues of EU unification in the United Kingdom, but there has still been no breakthrough, said Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission and Prime Minister Theresa May after working lunch in Brussels on Monday at a joint press conference. Juncker said the parties were ready to continue the... Read More
Survey: Half Brits want a referendum on the Brexit agreement        Brexit United Kingdom 

Survey: Half Brits want a referendum on the Brexit agreement     

According to the latest survey, a significant relative majority of Britons are considering the consequences of UK membership and half of the electorate wants a referendum on a future agreement on exit conditionality. One of the largest public opinion polls in the UK, surveyed by Survation on Sunday, said 35 percent of the respondents feared that their personal financial situation... Read More
The British finance minister is optimistic that he can agree on this week        Brexit 

The British finance minister is optimistic that he can agree on this week     

It was fairly optimistic about negotiations on the terms of the United Kingdom’s demarcation of the United Kingdom, British Finance Minister Philip Hammond, who on Tuesday said in Brussels that he was “very confident” that he was able to reach a breakthrough this week. “We are talking about extremely complex negotiations involving many parties, and we are very much looking... Read More
Donald Tusk: The breakthrough in the separation negotiations is closer         Brexit 

Donald Tusk: The breakthrough in the separation negotiations is closer      

A breakthrough was reached on negotiations on the conditions for the unification of the United Kingdom, said Donald Tusk, the President of the European Council in Brussels on Monday after he met Leo Varadkar with the Irish Prime Minister. Tusk called progress on Irish-Northern border control as “encouraging” on Twitter and reported that it was “getting closer” to the second... Read More
British press: there is progress on controversial issues      Brexit 

British press: there is progress on controversial issues   

On Monday, according to British press reports, progress has been made in the negotiations on the conditions for expulsion of British membership in the EU, and it is not unthinkable that the EU summit in mid-December will be able to move on to this next phase of the exit negotiations, in particular its trade relations with Brex. A conservative British... Read More
Tusk in Dublin: Irish position on the border issue is also the position of the EU        Brexit 

Tusk in Dublin: Irish position on the border issue is also the position of the EU     

The official Irish position, which rejects the reintroduction of border control between Ireland and Northern Ireland, is also the position of the European Union, the EU fully supports Ireland on this issue, said the President of the European Council in Dublin on Friday. Donald Tusk, who speaks with Prime Minister Leo Varadkar, said at a joint press conference after the... Read More
British Parliamentary Committee: It is unclear how border control can be avoided between Ireland and Northern Ireland        Brexit 

British Parliamentary Committee: It is unclear how border control can be avoided between Ireland and Northern Ireland     

According to the competent committee of the Lower House in London, it is difficult to imagine how to stop physical border controls between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland after the UK membership of the EU. Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney told BBC Radio on Friday but said on Friday that Dublin would seek solutions from London on the... Read More
Verhofstadt: progress has been made in the opening negotiations, but it is not enough     Brexit 

Verhofstadt: progress has been made in the opening negotiations, but it is not enough  

Some progress has been made in negotiations on the conditions for the unbundling of the United Kingdom, but there is a need for further progress on the rights of citizens, and in particular the Irish-Northern border control, “Guy Verhofstadt, European Parliament’s Brexit chief negotiator, warned on Wednesday. Verhofstadt stressed that, despite progress, “significant problems are still to be resolved”, which... Read More
British press: a principled settlement of London’s financial obligations, without any amount       Brexit European Union 

British press: a principled settlement of London’s financial obligations, without any amount     

According to London press reports, a negotiating agreement reached at expert level negotiations on the conditions for extinction of British membership of the EU made the United Kingdom fulfill its financial obligations with the European Union, but the specific amount is expected to be known only in the distant future. The British Ministry of Finance rated media reports on Wednesday... Read More
British Construction: Brexit will need foreign EU workers as well       Brexit 

British Construction: Brexit will need foreign EU workers as well    

The UK’s largest industry and industry associations warned the British government on Wednesday that a sector with severe labor shortages will need skilled workers from EU countries, including those from Central and Eastern European member states after the end of UK membership. According to the joint call of the seven construction companies, the government should agree as soon as possible... Read More
British press: a principle agreement has been reached on meeting London’s financial obligations without any amount        Brexit 

British press: a principle agreement has been reached on meeting London’s financial obligations without any amount     

According to London press reports, a negotiating agreement reached at expert level negotiations on the conditions for extinction of British membership of the EU made the United Kingdom fulfill its financial obligations with the European Union. However, the specific amount is expected to be known only in the distant future. According to the Financial Times report Wednesday, London has agreed... Read More
Bank of England: a brit bankrendszer elviselné a recessziót és a kemény Brexitet, de a kettőt egyszerre nem biztos       Brexit Finance 

Bank of England: a brit bankrendszer elviselné a recessziót és a kemény Brexitet, de a kettőt egyszerre nem biztos    

A Bank of England legújabb stressztesztjének kedden ismertetett eredményei szerint a brit bankrendszer elviselné a brit és a világgazdaság egyidejű súlyos visszaesését, és a brit EU-tagság rendezetlen körülmények közötti megszűnésének sokkját is, de ha a kettő egyszerre következne be, az a szimulációban vizsgált legrosszabb forgatókönyveknél is súlyosabb helyzetet idézhet elő. A brit jegybank idei stressztesztjében alkalmazott forgatókönyv azt szimulálta, hogy... Read More
Irish Deputy Prime Minister resigns, the risk of the Irish government crisis may be over       Brexit World United Kingdom 

Irish Deputy Prime Minister resigns, the risk of the Irish government crisis may be over    

Irish Deputy Prime Minister Frances Fitzgerald is dismissed as Fianna Fáil, the second largest party in Ireland, outside of the minority government, filed a censure motion last week for handling a police corruption case a few years ago. The referendum would have been discussed by the Dublin Parliament on Tuesday, but the RTÉ Irish public service media company reported Tuesday... Read More
EU Commissioner for Ireland: Maintaining Single Market Membership would solve the border problem of Ireland and Northern Ireland     Brexit United Kingdom 

EU Commissioner for Ireland: Maintaining Single Market Membership would solve the border problem of Ireland and Northern Ireland  

According to the Irish EU Commissioner, it would be the best solution to the future border control of Ireland and Northern Ireland if Northern Ireland or the UK as a whole would become a member of the EU’s single customs union, even after its termination. Phil Hogan, Member of the European Commission responsible for agriculture and rural development, declared that... Read More
Donald Tusk: Within ten days, progress is needed to move forward in December Brexit 

Donald Tusk: Within ten days, progress is needed to move forward in December

 Within ten days, significant progress has to be made on all three major issues of UK unbundling in the EU to allow the remaining Member States to approve the second phase of negotiations – warned Donald Tusk, European Council President on Friday after talks with British Prime Minister Theresa May in Brussels.     It is possible to make enough progress towards... Read More
Theresa May: move on to the second phase of the Brexit negotiations Brexit European Union 

Theresa May: move on to the second phase of the Brexit negotiations

British Prime Minister Theresa May urged negotiations on the future relations between the United Kingdom and the European Union on Friday before the Brussels summit of leaders of the EU and the so-called Eastern Partnership countries.     “It is also necessary to move forward to the second phase of the Brexit negotiations,” May said in advance of the meeting, focusing on... Read More
The leaders of the largest European companies believe that the global outlook is favorable, but worried about Brexit Brexit 

The leaders of the largest European companies believe that the global outlook is favorable, but worried about Brexit

 Most European business executives believe that the global business prospects are positive, but are concerned about Brexit, according to a survey commissioned by the European Round Table of Industrialists (ERT).     The European Economic Research Center (ZEW) survey shows that nearly eighty percent of ERT members are confident in the European and global economy.     Participants in the survey indicated that negotiations... Read More
Goldman Sachs strengthens in Frankfurt and Paris Brexit 

Goldman Sachs strengthens in Frankfurt and Paris

    US investment bank Goldman Sachs strengthens its European presence in Frankfurt and Paris after Brexit.     Lloyd Blankfein, Goldman Sachs, CEO of Le Tabaro, pointed out that after the Brexit, the bank will not have the sole European center. “Two of them will be in Frankfurt and Paris as Germany and France are the strongest economy in Europe,” he said.     The... Read More
Expert: a temporary agreement between the EU and Britain will be needed Brexit 

Expert: a temporary agreement between the EU and Britain will be needed

It is apparent that it will not be possible to conclude a definitive agreement on the conditions of exit between the EU and Great Britain in the two years available, so a temporary agreement will be needed for a smooth transition, said Zoltán Gálik, associate professor at Corvinus University on Tuesday’s M1 channel. Zoltán Gálik believed that the final agreement... Read More
Analysts: British employees have fallen for almost a week now due to the Brexit shock Brexit Finance 

Analysts: British employees have fallen for almost a week now due to the Brexit shock

According to London’s financial analysts, the real wage erosion impact of the weakening of the UK’s own national referendum and the consequent inflation acceleration have already deprived the average British employee of almost one-week labor. In the referendum on British EU membership last June, a small, 51.9 percent majority of the participants voted out. The study, published on Monday by... Read More
The European Medicines Agency is moved to Amsterdam and the European Banking Authority is moved to Paris Brexit 

The European Medicines Agency is moved to Amsterdam and the European Banking Authority is moved to Paris

  The European Medicines Agency (EMA) will be moved to Amsterdam and the European Banking Authority (EBA) will be moved to Paris from London after the end of the UK membership of the European Union – the Council of EU Member States decided on Monday in Brussels. At the Council of Ministers of the Member States’ European Affairs, the new... Read More
British Finance Minister: London submits this year’s proposal to settle financial obligations     Brexit 

British Finance Minister: London submits this year’s proposal to settle financial obligations  

Britain’s Finance Minister says London will submit proposals to Brussels on the UK’s financial obligations towards the European Union before the December EU summit. Philip Hammond, who was the guest of BBC television’s Sunday political magazine show, did not give a numerical answer to the question of whether the British financial obligations to the public beyond the termination of British... Read More
Sad prospects: Hungary could be one of the biggest losers in Brexit      Brexit 

Sad prospects: Hungary could be one of the biggest losers in Brexit    

London – Not only do the British go big on Brexit, but also some EU Member States, including Hungary. According to an analysis by Oxford Economics, if the British government can not agree on the conditions for exit with the EU, the UK economy will fall by 2% by 2020. Ireland’s GDP, which is the closest to Brussels, would fall... Read More
Davis: The EU does not always return London’s compromise        Brexit United Kingdom 

Davis: The EU does not always return London’s compromise     

London has pledged many “creative compromises” to negotiations on the conditions for expiry of British membership, but the European Union “does not always compromise that compromise”, said the head of the ministry of exit ministers on Friday. David Davis made a statement on BBC television saying that London was “doing his best” on the rights of foreign EU citizens, for... Read More
He referred to the need for a new referendum for the leader of Goldman Sachs     Brexit 

He referred to the need for a new referendum for the leader of Goldman Sachs  

It was hardly cumbersome to point to the CEO of the Goldman Sachs (GS) Global Financial Services Group on Thursday that a new referendum on British membership should be held. Lloyd Blankfein wrote Thursday in a Twitter message: “Business leaders are very concerned about Brex, that is, Great Britain’s exit from the European Union. “I’m sorry to say that, but... Read More
Economics: Britain and the European Union are losing to Brex          Brexit 

Economics: Britain and the European Union are losing to Brex       

Both sides, such as the United Kingdom and the European Union, including Hungary, are losing to Brex, so one of the important tasks of the exit negotiations is to try to minimize the losses – stressed László Andor, head of department at Corvinus University of Budapest, former member on Thursday at a conference in Budapest. László Andor, the Social Europe... Read More
Automotive leaders: Hundreds of bucks may have a few minutes of delay across borders        Brexit 

Automotive leaders: Hundreds of bucks may have a few minutes of delay across borders     

British automotive leaders say hundreds of thousands of pounds can be lost even if, after the end of British membership of the EU, the imports of parts are delayed by just a few minutes. The Lower House Business Committee on Tuesday heard Honda and Aston Martin automotive chief executives and CEO of the UK Carmakers and Traders Association (SMMT). Patrick... Read More
Brexit – A detailed discussion of the revocation draft of the UK EU Membership Law has begun       Brexit 

Brexit – A detailed discussion of the revocation draft of the UK EU Membership Law has begun    

The third reading of the draft law on the withdrawal of the British EU membership law in the London House of Commons has begun Tuesday, which is a detailed debate for months. A comprehensive draft law establishing the legislative framework for the expiry of the British EU membership was formally presented by the British Minority Government led by the Conservative... Read More
Britain will hardly remain member of the EU         Brexit 

Britain will hardly remain member of the EU      

It is unlikely that Britain will remain a member of the union, Theresa May is no longer a prime minister, “said István Kovács, Strategic Director of the Fundamental Rights Center on the M1 current channel Monday evening, in connection with the Brexit negotiations. There is no referendum on leaving the EU again in Britain. To remain in the union alone,... Read More
Business leaders: the slowness of exit negotiations is very concerned      Brexit 

Business leaders: the slowness of exit negotiations is very concerned   

The leaders of the largest UK and EU business organizations are very concerned about the slowness of the negotiations on the conditions for extinction of British EU membership. Prime Minister Theresa May, on Monday afternoon in Downing Street, received the leaders of fifteen home and European business advocacy groups. Among the invited guests were the British Industry Association (CBI), the... Read More
Scottish government: billionaires benefit the Scottish economy by foreign EU workers       Brexit Scotland 

Scottish government: billionaires benefit the Scottish economy by foreign EU workers    

According to the calculations of the Scottish government, billions of pounds a year will benefit the Scottish economy by foreign EU workers working in Scotland. The Government of the Scottish National Party (SNP), which aspired to independence, submitted its study to the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC), which is a part of the British Ministry of Home Affairs. The task of... Read More
Billions of euros may increase Germany’s EU payment obligation due to British exit          Brexit World 

Billions of euros may increase Germany’s EU payment obligation due to British exit       

Billions of euros may increase Germany’s EU payment obligation due to the abolition of British membership (Brexit) – German papers are quoted on Friday, citing an analysis of the European Parliament. With the departure of Britain, the budget of the EU budget is expected to fall by EUR 10.2 billion (HUF 3200 billion) annually, and to replace it with unchanged... Read More
The British Government will enter the exact date of exit        Brexit 

The British Government will enter the exact date of exit     

It would put Brex in law, that is, the date of the expiry of the British EU membership by the British government. David Davis, head of the ministry coordinating the Brexit negotiations by the United Kingdom, said in a statement issued Thursday by the ministry on the draft law on the withdrawal of the British EU membership law (Withdrawal Bill),... Read More
In Brussels, this week’s turnaround negotiations are not expected to make any significant progress either      Brexit 

In Brussels, this week’s turnaround negotiations are not expected to make any significant progress either   

Experts are not expecting any significant progress on the sixth round of negotiations on the conditions for leaving the United Kingdom on the EU, which began on Thursday in Brussels. According to press reports, the European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator Michel Barnier told the heads of the Brussels body that no major progress was expected this week – the Northern... Read More
Britain’s exit is a loss for the EU        Brexit 

Britain’s exit is a loss for the EU     

The withdrawal of Britain is a political and economic loss for the EU, and the task is to minimize the resulting damage – said Szabolcs Takács, State Secretary for EU Affairs on Friday in Budapest. The Secretary of State stressed that the United Kingdom and the EU have a common interest in reassuring people, citizens of the United Kingdom living... Read More
Barnier: this time we did not make any significant progress in the opening negotiations        Brexit 

Barnier: this time we did not make any significant progress in the opening negotiations      

At certain points, some progress has been made in this week’s and sixth round of talks on the conditions for the unification of the United Kingdom, but no breakthrough has been achieved on any issue, “said Michel Barnier, chief negotiator of the European Commission, on Friday. Barnier has warned at the beginning of the press conference in Brussels that no... Read More
Verhofstadt: important issues still need to be settled in the area of ​​citizens’ rights      Brexit 

Verhofstadt: important issues still need to be settled in the area of ​​citizens’ rights   

Important issues still need to be addressed in the area of citizens’ rights in the negotiations on the conditions for EU exit from the United Kingdom, said Guy Verhofstadt, the Brexit chief negotiator of the European Parliament, Wednesday, one day before the start of the sixth round of rounds of negotiations. The MEP on Twitter said it was unacceptable that... Read More
Large banks: due to the dragged negotiations, the relocation should start slowly from London      Brexit 

Large banks: due to the dragged negotiations, the relocation should start slowly from London   

The large international banks established in London’s financial center told US business minister Wilbur Ross that due to the tensions in negotiations on the conditions of termination of UK membership and the unstable situation of the UK government, they may be forced to resume thousands of London jobs in the near future. Wilbur Ross has been discussing with the British... Read More
Expert: London can not play the employee card       Brexit 

Expert: London can not play the employee card    

She was disappointed with London, which was a sort of adva to digress the work of EU workers in Britain after Brexit. There are fewer people coming to the island, and more and more people are leaving or considering it, “said Chief Research Officer at the Seaplane on Tuesday morning’s M1 current channel. István Kiss spoke about the latest figures... Read More
British Government: Foreign EU citizens will “have plenty of time to resort to settled status”      Brexit 

British Government: Foreign EU citizens will “have plenty of time to resort to settled status”   

According to the British Government, foreign EU citizens living in Britain will have “plenty of time” for Brex, that is to say, after the expiration of the UK membership of the EU, to apply for permanent residence permit status and officials who have received the request will not be able to ” technical kind of little things “. The Department... Read More
Theresa May: London wants an “ambitious” economic relationship with the EU      Brexit 

Theresa May: London wants an “ambitious” economic relationship with the EU   

According to the British Prime Minister, London wants to build an “ambitious” economic relationship with the European Union after the end of British membership. Theresa May, speaking on Monday at the British Industry Confederation (CBI), confirmed at the same time that Britain wanted to move away from the unified internal market of the European Union. The UK government wants to... Read More
Guardian: EU workers coming to the British exit date would be subject to the current entitlements      According to a British press release on Saturday, London agreed that the date of expiry of British EU membership should be the date until new foreign EU workers are entitled to the same rights as those already living in Great Britain. The British government refuted the news.      The quoted EU sources claiming the name “The Guardian”, without quoting the United Kingdom, left the British government in a “quiet silence” on the exit conditions, they will arrive to Great Britain by the expected date of their termination, guaranteed to be able to settle down and work under the same full rights as the current one.     According to the paper, the intention to set a date earlier was “overwhelmed” by the recent statistics of “collapse” of the inflow of foreign EU labor.     In a comprehensive survey of British hospital and obstetrician nursing and midwifery council (NMC) this week, it showed that 1107 new EU employees were registered in the organization’s register for a year, 89 percent less than one the same period last year.     Meanwhile, in the twelve months ended September, 4067 EU employees came from the NMC record, 67 percent more than a year ago.     The largest professional association of British Human Resource Managers, a recent survey by a thousand member companies of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), said that 27 percent of British surveyed companies report that EU foreign workers in employment are considering leaving.     The high-ranking EU sources cited by The Guardian on Saturday suggest that these processes have won the British negotiating table on the adoption of the Brussels argument that Britain should not apply discriminatory measures against EU citizens for the rest of the EU membership until the end of the remaining period.     According to the officially valid proposal package of the British Government, end of June, EU foreign nationals who are living in Great Britain for at least five years on the deadline to be determined will be granted a “settled” status and will have the same rights to their health care , education, social benefits and retirement as British citizens.     London intends to determine later the date on which new settling rules will apply to new arrivals. According to the package of proposals published in June, this date can not be earlier than March 29, 2017, when Prime Minister Theresa announced the activation of Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon, officially launching a process of two years leading to the expiry of the British EU membership, may be later than expected on the date of expiry of the British EU membership, ie 29 March 2019.     The spokesman for the ministry in charge of the exit from the British delegation called the “Guardian’s Saturday article” as absurd, saying that the deadline will be marked by negotiations with the EU, but the position remains that this day is the activation of Article 50 and will be in the period between the expiration of British membership.  Source: MTI / Image: atv.hu / Brexit 

Guardian: EU workers coming to the British exit date would be subject to the current entitlements    According to a British press release on Saturday, London agreed that the date of expiry of British EU membership should be the date until new foreign EU workers are entitled to the same rights as those already living in Great Britain. The British government refuted the news.     The quoted EU sources claiming the name “The Guardian”, without quoting the United Kingdom, left the British government in a “quiet silence” on the exit conditions, they will arrive to Great Britain by the expected date of their termination, guaranteed to be able to settle down and work under the same full rights as the current one.     According to the paper, the intention to set a date earlier was “overwhelmed” by the recent statistics of “collapse” of the inflow of foreign EU labor.     In a comprehensive survey of British hospital and obstetrician nursing and midwifery council (NMC) this week, it showed that 1107 new EU employees were registered in the organization’s register for a year, 89 percent less than one the same period last year.     Meanwhile, in the twelve months ended September, 4067 EU employees came from the NMC record, 67 percent more than a year ago.     The largest professional association of British Human Resource Managers, a recent survey by a thousand member companies of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), said that 27 percent of British surveyed companies report that EU foreign workers in employment are considering leaving.     The high-ranking EU sources cited by The Guardian on Saturday suggest that these processes have won the British negotiating table on the adoption of the Brussels argument that Britain should not apply discriminatory measures against EU citizens for the rest of the EU membership until the end of the remaining period.     According to the officially valid proposal package of the British Government, end of June, EU foreign nationals who are living in Great Britain for at least five years on the deadline to be determined will be granted a “settled” status and will have the same rights to their health care , education, social benefits and retirement as British citizens.     London intends to determine later the date on which new settling rules will apply to new arrivals. According to the package of proposals published in June, this date can not be earlier than March 29, 2017, when Prime Minister Theresa announced the activation of Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon, officially launching a process of two years leading to the expiry of the British EU membership, may be later than expected on the date of expiry of the British EU membership, ie 29 March 2019.     The spokesman for the ministry in charge of the exit from the British delegation called the “Guardian’s Saturday article” as absurd, saying that the deadline will be marked by negotiations with the EU, but the position remains that this day is the activation of Article 50 and will be in the period between the expiration of British membership. Source: MTI / Image: atv.hu /

Guardian: EU workers coming to the British exit date would be subject to the current entitlements According to a British press release on Saturday, London agreed that the date of expiry of British EU membership should be the date until new foreign EU workers are entitled to the same rights as those already living in Great Britain. The British government... Read More
Expert: There are many pitfalls in free trade agreements Brexit 

Expert: There are many pitfalls in free trade agreements

Theresa May, British Prime Minister, says the possibility of free trade agreements is a positive sign of prosperity, and in fact, they have a lot of pitfalls – said Gergely Egedy, a British expert at the National Civil Service M1 current channel on Thursday’s show. According to the expert, it is questionable whether any country can negotiate a free trade... Read More
Thousands of new employees have been recruited by the British administration to perform the Brexit tasks     Brexit United Kingdom 

Thousands of new employees have been recruited by the British administration to perform the Brexit tasks  

Thousands of new employees have been recruited by the British administration to implement the policy tasks arising from the termination of British membership of the EU, and next year, more than 1,000 experts will be recruited. According to the London PM’s report, the scenarios outlined by the government include the possibility that negotiations on exit conditions do not lead to... Read More
Bank of England: tens of thousands of jobs can be lost in City          Brexit 

Bank of England: tens of thousands of jobs can be lost in City       

According to the British central bank, tens of thousands of jobs may be in danger at London City’s financial service center due to the cessation of UK membership. BBC reported that senior Banking officials in the Bank of England considered the loss of 75,000 jobs in the city as a “reasonable scenario”, especially if no separate agreement on trade in... Read More
The leader of Goldman Sachs made another cautious reference to the possibility of resettlement        Brexit Finance 

The leader of Goldman Sachs made another cautious reference to the possibility of resettlement     

Within a short time, the CEO of the Goldman Sachs (GS) Global Financial Services Group was briefly cautiously referring to the company’s move from London to other locations for certain European activities due to the expiry of UK membership. Goldman Sachs’s European headquarters, like many other international banking groups, is currently in London where the company employs more than six... Read More
FT analysis: there will not be enough customs officials if there is no trade agreement       Brexit 

FT analysis: there will not be enough customs officials if there is no trade agreement    

There will be no sufficient customs officials in the UK’s EU trading partner if, in negotiations on the termination of British membership of the EU, there is no agreement on the conditions for future bilateral trade, the Financial Times reported on Monday. The London Economic Bulletin emphasizes that the vocational training of customs officials lasts for a long time –... Read More
Standard & Poor’s: No agreement can be as favorable as EU membership Brexit 

Standard & Poor’s: No agreement can be as favorable as EU membership

According to Standard & Poor’s, no exit agreement between London and the European Union is expected to offer benefits to the UK economy in terms of EU membership.     The Global Credit Rating Division (S & P Global Ratings) announced Friday in London that it has confirmed the AA / A-1 plus rating of the UK government debt in the long... Read More
Davis: a trade agreement with the EU is possible until the exit       Brexit 

Davis: a trade agreement with the EU is possible until the exit     

According to the British Minister for Brexit, a comprehensive trade agreement with the European Union is available until the expiry of the British EU membership in March 2019. David Davis, the head of the ministry coordinating the exit conditionality talks from Britain, acknowledged Wednesday at the hearing of the Brexit Committee of the Lower House in London that Britain would... Read More
Michael Bloomberg: British exit is the most stupid decision ever Brexit 

Michael Bloomberg: British exit is the most stupid decision ever

 According to Michael Bloomberg, Brex, Britain’s exit from the European Union is “the most stupid decision ever made by a country”. The Wednesday version of The Guardian, the online edition of the UK daily newspaper The Guardian, said the billionaire American businessman, New York’s former mayor, recently made a statement at a Boston business forum.     His words, according to The... Read More
Selection negotiations are the toughest test of the “twenty-six” unit Brexit 

Selection negotiations are the toughest test of the “twenty-six” unit

 Negotiations on the exit conditions of the United Kingdom are the toughest test of the unity of the remaining member states of the European Union, and if it can not be maintained, the process of the Brexit will be overcome with the “Twenty-Two” – warned Donald Tusk, European Council President on Tuesday meeting.     “In fact, the British government is how... Read More
Belgian Minister: 1,2 million jobs in the EU can disappear in the event of disorderly diversion       Brexit 

Belgian Minister: 1,2 million jobs in the EU can disappear in the event of disorderly diversion     

Approximately 1.2 million jobs can be lost in the European Union if it fails to agree with the United Kingdom on the conditions for targeted exclusion – warns Belgian Minister of Economy Kris Peeters, according to local press reports. The Head of Cabinet also considered that Belgium would have “catastrophic” consequences if the parties could not reach agreement on future... Read More
EU Summit / Brexit – London Strategic Analysts: The December move onward is the most likely        Brexit 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