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Europol Director-General: After the British withdrawal, cooperation must continue Brexit 

Europol Director-General: After the British withdrawal, cooperation must continue

Joint work should continue with the United Kingdom within the EU Police Co-operation Organization (Europol) after the planned departure of the island, “said the Director General of the Organization on Tuesday in The Hague. At a press conference, Catherine De Bolle said: it is crucial to continue sharing information with the United Kingdom with one of the most effective security... Read More
Brexit – British Chamber of Associations: Since the financial crisis, the British economy has not been so weak Brexit United Kingdom 

Brexit – British Chamber of Associations: Since the financial crisis, the British economy has not been so weak

The growth prospects of the British economy since the global financial crisis and the subsequent recession have not been as weak as now and, in addition to many other factors, the uncertainty surrounding the Brexit process is also the reason why the British Chamber of Commerce (BCC) , downhill forecast. In a revised projection of the UK Association of Business... Read More
The EP has decided to reduce seats Brexit 

The EP has decided to reduce seats

The number of European Parliament members decreases from 751 to 705 after the United Kingdom takes over from the European Union – decided at the plenary session of the European Parliament in Strasbourg on Wednesday, the number of mandates in Hungary will not change. According to the information provided by the European Parliament, the decision taken by 566 votes in... Read More
Brexit – Leave.EU leader: “There was no Russian conspiracy” Brexit 

Brexit – Leave.EU leader: “There was no Russian conspiracy”

He denied the “Russian conspiracy” accusation at the parliamentary hearing on Tuesday, the prime funding fund of the Brexit-party group, Leave.EU. Leave.EU was a member of the Brexit Party campaign group, which was not recognized by the British electoral commission, and has been accused by leaders in the British press that they have been helping Russia out of their campaigns... Read More
Brexit – Davis: The British government says the exit agreement will be October     Brexit 

Brexit – Davis: The British government says the exit agreement will be October  

The UK government expects October to reach a full agreement on the conditions for extradition of British EU membership, but this is unlikely to happen earlier – said David Davis, head of the UK Department of Exit Negotiations (DExEU). At the London Under House Tuesday night, the debate on the amendments that the upper chamber, the House of Lords, made... Read More
A campaign was launched for a new referendum Brexit 

A campaign was launched for a new referendum

A campaign began on Friday in London to boost British voters’ ability to vote on the conditions for expulsion of British membership in the EU. The campaign was launched by an organization sponsored by George Soros, a Hungarian-American businessman, Best for Britain. The aim of Best for Britain is to remain open to the possibility of further EU membership to... Read More
British agrarian federations: there will be a need for EU labor after exit Brexit 

British agrarian federations: there will be a need for EU labor after exit

In a joint open letter, the British government has been asked by more than one hundred British federal associations on Monday to ensure that the industry can use EU citizens unhindered after UK membership. According to the call for proposals organized and published by the National Union of British Farmers (NFU), it is vital for the sector to have access... Read More
Sturgeon: Scotland does not want to leave the EU’s single market and the customs union        Brexit Scotland 

Sturgeon: Scotland does not want to leave the EU’s single market and the customs union     

Scotland does not want to leave the European Union’s unified internal market and the customs union after the planned exit from the United Kingdom, said Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon in Brussels on Monday. The head of government reported on Monday at the Politico news portal that he had met with Michel Barnier, the EU’s Brexit chief negotiator, and told... Read More
British central bank governor: British households lost £ 900 due to uncertainties Brexit 

British central bank governor: British households lost £ 900 due to uncertainties

The annual average income of UK households is currently 4 percent lower than the predicted level of the Bank of England’s 2016 referendum on British membership in the EU, according to the British central bank governor. Mark Carney, who delivered a lecture at a London Business Conference on Thursday evening, said: This means that a British household averaged over £... Read More
Benedict Cumberbatch is on the documentary on Brex       Brexit Culture 

Benedict Cumberbatch is on the documentary on Brex    

Benedict Cumberbatch plays Dominic Cumming on Brex, campaigning on the British Channel 4 television documentary. The two-hour movie, whose job title is from Brex, Jamey Graham’s screenplay. The documentary feature reveals the backdrop of the new voting strategy by which the campaign to leave the European Union could surprise you with great surprise. The campaign took place before the 2016... Read More
The Scottish Parliament rejected the bill of release Scotland 

The Scottish Parliament rejected the bill of release

With a symbolic decision, the Scottish Parliament rejected the bill on the termination of British EU membership. The decision of the Edinburgh legislature does not impose any legal obligation on the British government of the Conservative Party. London, however, is likely to avoid intensifying the conflict with the Scottish government and further negotiations with Scotland on the exit law are... Read More
Brexit – Johnson: “a crazy system would be born” a customs union partnership with the EU Brexit 

Brexit – Johnson: “a crazy system would be born” a customs union partnership with the EU

According to the British Foreign Minister, “a crazy system would arise” if London, after the end of British membership of the EU, would form a customs union with the European Union. Boris Johnson, in his opinion on Tuesday, was largely contradicted by his cabinet clerk Greg Clark, a business minister who, in his weekend statement, called for a customs relationship.... Read More
The head of the British business ministry says there will be a customs agreement between Britain and the European Union after the expiration of the British EU membership. Brexit 

The head of the British business ministry says there will be a customs agreement between Britain and the European Union after the expiration of the British EU membership.

Greg Clark, speaking on BBC television’s Sunday political magazine show, warned of a barely cautious warning to the ruling Conservative Party’s hard-core members of the Brexit camp, which could leave close ties with the EU, saying that the Japanese Toyota car factory employs 3,500 people in two British companies. the company is just making the decision about where to become... Read More
S & P and Fitch have confirmed British debt ratings, both companies see Brexit risks Brexit Finance 

S & P and Fitch have confirmed British debt ratings, both companies see Brexit risks

It has strengthened UK public debt ratings by Standard & Poor’s and Fitch Ratings, but both credit ratings have left a negative view of the possibility of downgrading British grades and highlighted the risks of UK membership. Standard long-term UK sovereign debt is characterized by a rating of Standard & Poor’s Financial Services Group’s Global S & P Global Ratings... Read More
London wants EU citizens to stay in Britain Brexit 

London wants EU citizens to stay in Britain

The British government would like to remain in Great Britain after the expiration of the UK membership of the EU, as long as they are living abroad as they are well-resident, as they are highly regarded and grateful for their contribution to the country’s development – said the Hungarians living in Britain on Thursday in the Brexit negotiations British Secretary... Read More
Brexit – Parliamentary Committee: “catastrophe” would be the failure of the British food industry to fail to trade agreement Brexit 

Brexit – Parliamentary Committee: “catastrophe” would be the failure of the British food industry to fail to trade agreement

“Catastrophic” implications for the British food industry would be for Britain to come out of the European Union next year without a trade agreement, says the comprehensive study of Sunday’s competent committee of the British Parliament. The 38-page analysis of the Lower House’s Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee (BEIS) shows that 50% of the UK’s total food and beverage... Read More
They are waiting for Zuckerberg in the European Parliament European Union 

They are waiting for Zuckerberg in the European Parliament

Mark Zuckerberg, co-founder and CEO of Facebook, should be present in the European Parliament, stressed MEPs in Strasbourg. According to the deputies, it is not enough for Zuckerberg to apologize for the leak of private data, but also to promise more stringent data management and transparency, among other things for political advertising. During the European Parliament’s Strasbourg plenary debate on... Read More
Jaguar becomes a thousand of Brex’s employees Brexit 

Jaguar becomes a thousand of Brex’s employees

The European Jaguar Land Rover built its capacities for 28 European countries to achieve unobstructed access. But his business model has collapsed, he has already started decompilation. Although not the UK automotive industry is the biggest loser of Brexit, since real estate companies in London City finance companies or EU offices have certainly been worse off, but the downsides have... Read More
A new campaign organization has been formed for a referendum on the Brexit agreement Brexit 

A new campaign organization has been formed for a referendum on the Brexit agreement

A new campaign organization was formed in London on Sunday with the participation of actors, well-known public figures, politicians and business leaders to make a referendum on the conditions for extinction of the British EU membership. At the congressional meeting of People’s Vote on Sunday evening, at least 1200 delegates attended at least 1,200 delegates, including both major parliamentary powers,... Read More
The Goldman leader was surprised: not so bad about Brex Brexit 

The Goldman leader was surprised: not so bad about Brex

He was surprised by the CEO of Goldman Sachs that he did not have a more dramatic impact on the referendum on Brexit, but he does not think that all the consequences are yet to be seen. In a Brussels interview on Politics on Thursday, Lloyd Blankfein said the British economy remained healthy despite voting, but after the Brexit, other... Read More
A Brexit museum is being planned for the exit exiles Brexit 

A Brexit museum is being planned for the exit exiles

The plan for the creation of the Brexit Museum was announced on Tuesday by the social groups supporting the disappearance of the British EU membership. Gawain Towler, the UK’s top media director, one of the initiators of the Office of the United Kingdom’s Independence (UKIP), the most powerful anti-EU politician in the UK, described the plan as saying on Tuesday:... Read More
Brexit will be expensive, and more projects will be suspended Brexit 

Brexit will be expensive, and more projects will be suspended

The UK Financial Supervision Authority (FCA) has allocated 30 million pounds of provisions to cover the costs incurred in connection with Brexel this year. They have added that they have to put aside many of their traditional activities to prepare for Britain’s exit from 2019 in the United States, according to Guardian. The FCA will also suspend some “non-critical” projects... Read More
They are campaigning and legally trying to get the British government out of France to produce the new Blue British Passport       United Kingdom 

They are campaigning and legally trying to get the British government out of France to produce the new Blue British Passport    

A press campaign, political pressure and a redress initiative have been launched in order for the British government to change the public procurement decision of the Ministry of the Interior not in France but in Britain to produce a traditional blue British passport to be redeployed after the expiration of the British EU membership. The British Ministry of Home announced... Read More
Further consolidation in European air traffic is expected by easyJet        Brexit 

Further consolidation in European air traffic is expected by easyJet     

Corporate consolidation continues in air passenger traffic, according to British CEO of easyJet. “The economy was working well, the oil price was low, Air Berlin, Alitalia and Monarch were still down,” Johan Lundgren, general manager of easyJet, told the Swiss SonntagsZeitung newspaper. “The weak will only be weaker in the good environment, only the strong ones can grow, imagine what’s... Read More
Brexit – Survey: one year before the exit, there is no significant turning point in judging the referendum decision      Brexit 

Brexit – Survey: one year before the exit, there is no significant turning point in judging the referendum decision    

According to the latest survey, Britain’s public opinion is still roughly equal to one or two years before the end of UK membership of the EU to assess whether or not a good or bad decision has been made on a British referendum on British membership in the summer of 2016 on which a narrow majority It voted. At the... Read More
Theresa May: “the country is strong and united after the Brexit     Brexit 

Theresa May: “the country is strong and united after the Brexit  

British Prime Minister Theresa May said the United Kingdom will remain a strong and homogenous country after the expiry of the British EU membership just one year later. One of his former Labor leader, former Prime Minister Tony Blair, said, however, “still not late” to reverse the exit process. The United Kingdom will leave the European Union on the basis... Read More
Business Survey: Limiting EU immigration would lead to slower growth Brexit 

Business Survey: Limiting EU immigration would lead to slower growth

It would have a negative impact on employment and on the British economic performance if, after the end of British membership of the EU, the government would restrict the influx of workers from the European Union – is a Migration Advisory Committee (Migration Advisory Committee) MAC) on Tuesday. The organization was entrusted by the Department of Home Affairs last year... Read More
Angela Merkel: we must avoid restoring control over the Northern Ireland border Brexit 

Angela Merkel: we must avoid restoring control over the Northern Ireland border

    It is to be avoided that a “hard border” between Ireland and the United Kingdom, Northern Ireland, is subject to permanent scrutiny due to the termination of the British EU membership (Brexit) – German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced Tuesday after meeting with the Irish Prime Minister in Berlin.     In his briefing on Leo Varadkar, he emphasized that Germany fully supports... Read More
David Davis: There is still work to be done to avoid Irish border controls Brexit 

David Davis: There is still work to be done to avoid Irish border controls

According to the British minister responsible for the Brexit negotiations, a “decisive” step forward is that a substantial part of the common position adopted in December on the conditionality clause for UK membership has been transposed as a legal text to the future exit agreement draft but to avoid border control between Northern Ireland and Ireland you still have to... Read More
Michel Barnier: Negotiators have reached an agreement on several important issues    Brexit 

Michel Barnier: Negotiators have reached an agreement on several important issues  

On several important issues, the parties have reached agreement on negotiating the terms of the United Kingdom’s EU withdrawal, such as the transition period after the planned exit, but negotiations will continue to reach a final agreement, announced Michel Barnier, European Commission’s Brexit Chief Negotiator on Monday in Brussels.     At a press conference, Barnier said that negotiations have been intensifying... Read More
The EP approved the move of the EU pharmaceutical agency, but criticized the selection process        Brexit European Union 

The EP approved the move of the EU pharmaceutical agency, but criticized the selection process     

But on Thursday, the European Parliament (EP) agreed on a new headquarters in Amsterdam for the European Medicines Agency (EMA), which is forced to move out of the UK due to the planned exit from the United Kingdom, but the members have criticized the selection process for several reasons. At the plenary session in Strasbourg, it was stated in a... Read More
British restaurant managers are predicting a big storm United Kingdom 

British restaurant managers are predicting a big storm

A group of restaurant executives wrote an open letter to finance minister Philip Hammond, who warns the London government about closures and redundancies if they do not take appropriate action. The executive director of the Bills restaurant and chairman of the pub and restaurant chain Mitchells and Butlers are also part of the eleven signatories. Famous restaurants such as Jamie... Read More
The Czech Republic supports the EU’s position on Brexit     Brexit 

The Czech Republic supports the EU’s position on Brexit  

The Czech Republic fully supports the European Union’s position on the British exit dispute, said Czech Foreign Minister Andrej Babis and Foreign Minister Martin Stropnicky on Wednesday evening in Prague after talks with David Davis, Britain’s British Minister for Negotiations on the Exit from the European Union. According to Prague, the negotiations in Brussels and London should result in an... Read More
Juncker called for the United Kingdom to speed up negotiations      Brexit 

Juncker called for the United Kingdom to speed up negotiations  

The President of the European Commission urged the acceleration of negotiations on the terms and conditions of the United Kingdom’s EU withdrawal and the future relations system at the plenary session of the European Parliament (EP) in Strasbourg on Tuesday. “It is clear that the British government needs to clarify its position in order to reach a consensus on the... Read More
In London, housing prices declined for the last eight and a half years         United Kingdom 

In London, housing prices declined for the last eight and a half years      

In London, since August 2009, the price of residential real estate prices declined 2.6 percent year-on-year to a large extent in January. According to a joint survey by Acadata and LSL Property Services, housing prices declined by 0.8 per cent compared to December, the average price being 593 thousand 369 pounds (1 pound = 350.78 forints). In January, prices fell... Read More
London builds close diplomatic relations for the period after Brexit        Brexit Big World 

London builds close diplomatic relations for the period after Brexit     

Financial Times (FT), a British business newspaper, reported that Prime Minister Theresa May embarks on Europe to establish close ties with individual countries for the period after Brexit. Regardless of the small country or the non-conventional government, it is not possible to avoid the “embrace of London”, writes Tony Barber in his article. The author reminded that some Western European... Read More
British Finance Minister: Common interest is the trade agreement covering financial services       Brexit 

British Finance Minister: Common interest is the trade agreement covering financial services    

According to the British Finance Minister, Britain and the European Union share a common interest in a bilateral free trade agreement that extends to financial services. Philip Hammond, speaking on a London business event Wednesday, said: The London financial services sector is a center of strength that is not only a driving force for the UK economy but also for... Read More
Tusk: Inevitably, disturbances will arise in EU-UK trade       Brexit 

Tusk: Inevitably, disturbances will arise in EU-UK trade    

There will be an inevitable disruption in trade between the European Union and the United Kingdom if the island really leaves the internal market and the customs union, said Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, on Wednesday drafting a draft EU negotiating directives for the future system. The document, which is still to be adopted by the remaining Member... Read More
May: “we want the widest cooperation in the world with the EU”        Brexit 

May: “we want the widest cooperation in the world with the EU”     

According to Theresa May, the UK government seeks closer cooperation with the European Union than any existing free trade agreement. The British Prime Minister, who delivered a lecture on the economic and trade relations between Britain and the European Union on the economic and trade relations of the United Kingdom for the period after Brex, on Friday, London City Finance... Read More
 Barnier: the British position is clear          Brexit 

 Barnier: the British position is clear       

Welcomed Michel Barnier, chief negotiator of the European Commission for the United States of America (Brexit), on Friday’s Twitter message of the Theresa May British Prime Minister’s announcement of the country’s future and the future relationship of the European Union on Friday, which he called “clear”. According to the chief negotiator, Theresa May made clear in his speech that the... Read More
May: Instead of “rubbing” London, you want the widest possible cooperation with the EU       Brexit 

May: Instead of “rubbing” London, you want the widest possible cooperation with the EU    

Theresa May on Friday rejected the European Union’s accusation that London would “sew” the benefits of EU membership without undertaking commitments. The British Prime Minister said that following his termination of British membership in the European Union (Brexit), his government will seek broader co-operation with the European Union than any existing free trade agreement, and will continue to be a... Read More
Billion losses would cause the UK car industry to miss the deal Brexit 

Billion losses would cause the UK car industry to miss the deal

It would cost billions of losses and huge export losses to the British automotive industry if Britain were to go out of business from the European Union next year without a trade agreement, says a comprehensive study of the UK’s competent committee on Thursday. According to an estimate in the 36-page analysis of the Lower House’s Business, Energy and Industrial... Read More
Britain is hurting itself if you resign from the EU market        Brexit 

Britain is hurting itself if you resign from the EU market     

Britain would be causing economic damage if it would risk giving access to the “colossal market” of the European Union, “said Sir John Major Wednesday. The former British Conservative Prime Minister also made a direct reference to the need for a new referendum on British EU membership. Major, who had criticized the Brexit policy of the current conservative government in... Read More
a “disaster” would be to limit the immigration of EU citizens Brexit 

a “disaster” would be to limit the immigration of EU citizens

 The CEO of the British Industry Association (CBI) said it would “have a catastrophic” effect on the British economy if after the end of British membership, the government would hamper the establishment of EU workers in Britain by administrative constraints such as the introduction of a visa regime.     Carolyn Fairbair’s announcement in the opinion of the British left-wing British newspaper... Read More
The EU dictates Brexity          Brexit United Kingdom 

The EU dictates Brexity       

For the time being, the EU dictates Brexity; a recently published UK government document seems to be coming back from London, “said István Kiss, researcher at Századvég, on Radio Kossuth’s 180-minute program on Friday morning. The document, which has not yet been decided, states that the English would accept the transposition of the EU legislation that had just been introduced... Read More
London still wants a transitional period with a fixed deadline      Brexit United Kingdom 

London still wants a transitional period with a fixed deadline   

The British government’s official stance on Wednesday said that the length of the transitional period planned after the end of the British EU membership would need to be lengthened to accommodate the elements of a future new system of relations. A timely government package of proposals for a transient round of talks, from which several details leaked over the course... Read More
London still wants a transitional period with a fixed deadline Brexit 

London still wants a transitional period with a fixed deadline

According to British media reports Wednesday, the British government is proposing to Brussels that the transitional period envisaged after the end of the British EU membership does not end at the end of 2020, as the EU has previously suggested. As a result of the leaked details of a timely government proposal package on Wednesday, according to the leaked details... Read More
Munich conference – May: no second referendum on Brexit Brexit 

Munich conference – May: no second referendum on Brexit

There is no word about a second referendum on Brexit, the decision made in the summer of 2016 can not be overcome – emphasized Prime Minister Theresa May at the Munich Security Conference on Saturday. “People in the United Kingdom are strongly convinced that once a decision has been made, the government is not in a position to turn against... Read More