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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
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
Davis: “surprising” is that Barnier is unaware of the British position on the transitional period Brexit 

Davis: “surprising” is that Barnier is unaware of the British position on the transitional period

The British minister responsible for the Brexit talks said it was “surprising” that Michel Barnier, the European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator, did not recognize London’s position on the transitional period envisaged after the expiry of the British EU membership. David Davis responded to Barnier’s statement at the press conference in Brussels on Friday that he said there were still “major... Read More
Barnier in London: “no time to waste” Brexit 

Barnier in London: “no time to waste”

According to the European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator, “there is no momentous time to waste” if London and Brussels want to reach an agreement on the conditions for expiry of the British EU membership. Michel Barnier stressed on Monday after talks in London: customs in the UK and EU trade have been established if London is not a member of... Read More
By open letter, it provides the business sector with the benefits of the transitional period on the British government       Brexit 

By open letter, it provides the business sector with the benefits of the transitional period on the British government    

In a joint open letter addressed to British business leaders, the ministers announced on Saturday that the transition period planned for London after the end of the UK membership of the EU had three ministries. The letter underlines that EU foreign workers arriving during the transitional period will already have a duty to register, but no administrative obstacle will hinder... 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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
British Foreign Minister: It is time to start serious negotiations      Brexit 

British Foreign Minister: It is time to start serious negotiations   

It is time to engage in serious negotiations on the conditions for UK exit, said British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson in Luxembourg on Monday, shortly before the visit of Prime Minister Theresa May in Brussels, which aims to remove the deadlock. “We think it is time to begin serious negotiations on the future and the new relationship, the deep and... Read More
Barnier: Some progress has been made, but the breakthrough is still to be expected        Brexit 

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

At some points, some progress has been made in the fifth round of negotiation on the conditions for the unbundling of the United Kingdom, but a real breakthrough is still to be expected, said Michel Barnier, chief negotiator of the European Commission, on Thursday. At a press conference in Brussels, Barnier called this week’s talks constructive, but stressed that this... Read More
Theresa May asked EU workers to stay, apologizing for the election result       Brexit 

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

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

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

The British government is trying to reach an agreement with the European Union, but is preparing for this as an “alternative” – the British Minister for Negotiations on Brexit, ie the Exit Process Negotiations, said on Tuesday. David Davis, speaking at the conference of the Governor of the Conservative Party in Manchester, stated that London is hoping to reach a... Read More
Barnier: progress has been made, but a real breakthrough must be further discussed         Brexit 

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

Progress has been made on this week’s negotiations on the conditions for EU unification in the United Kingdom, but this is not enough to begin negotiating trade issues, said Michel Barnier, chief negotiator of the European Commission, on Thursday in Brussels. Barnier called the negotiations now constructive, welcoming the fact that the British position has finally crystallized on certain issues.... Read More
British Minister: London knows how much it belongs to the EU        Brexit 

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

London largely knows what financial obligations it will have against the European Union after the end of UK membership, “said Britain’s Secretary of State for the negotiations on the conditions for the exit process, Brexit. David Davis has classified the previously unpublished reports that the EU could submit a bill of up to EUR 100 billion to the British government... Read More
The EU commended the constructive spirit of Theresa May’s speech        Other European Union 

The EU commended the constructive spirit of Theresa May’s speech    

The Brexit chief negotiator of the European Commission praised the constructive spirit of the British Prime Minister’s Friday speech and was open to the transient period proposed by Theresa May, which would take effect after the unification of Britain’s EU membership. “As soon as we can agree on the various issues of controlled exit and the conditions for a possible... Read More
Downing Street: Negotiations with the EU continue in two weeks     Brexit 

Downing Street: Negotiations with the EU continue in two weeks  

On 25 September, negotiations with the European Union on the conditions for expiry of EU membership will continue, the Downing Street said on Tuesday evening, officially confirming the diplomatic briefings on the date that were soon known to Brussels. The next fourth round would be held on Monday, as planned. However, the Speaker of the London PM said in a... Read More
The draft of the revocation of the UK EU Membership Law was passed in the first parliamentary vote Brexit 

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

As expected, the first parliamentary debate on the withdrawal of the British EU Membership Law was concluded on Tuesday in the London House of Commons with the approval of the Government. The draft will be examined by parliament in further months of the next few months, and it will be possible to propose modifications before the final version is brought... Read More
London is “much more flexible” in exit talks than the EU Brexit United Kingdom 

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

 The latest round of talks with the European Union once again made clear that the UK government is “more flexible and pragmatic” in attitudes to UK membership than the EU – said the head of the British ministry headed by the London exit talks on Tuesday.     David Davis, who briefed the House of Representatives for the first time after the... Read More
Speaker: The European Commission examines the UK proposal for the Customs Union Brexit 

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

  The European Commission has taken note of the British proposal on a temporary customs union, an anonymous spokesman for the European Commission said on Tuesday. Guy Verhofstadt, the Brexit coordinator of the European Parliament, however, in his Twitter message, called the British proposal as a “fantasy”, he believes, “to be present at the same time and inside.” The spokesperson... Read More
Zaorálek: With the withdrawal of Britain from the EU, the rights of the Czechs can not be violated Brexit 

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

The Czech Republic continues to attach great importance to the failure of Britain to leave the European Union (Brexit) without prejudice to the rights of Czech citizens living and working in the island, said Czech Foreign Minister Lubomír Zaorálek on Tuesday after talks with David Davis, British Minister for Brexit. At the press conference after the meeting, Zaorálek stated that... Read More
Barnier: London must clarify its position in August on the main issues Brexit 

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

  The United Kingdom must clarify its position on the main issues of EU exit at the next round of final round of negotiations at the end of August, said Michel Barnier, European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator in Brussels on Thursday. Following the conclusion of the second round of consultations under Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon, Barnier stated... Read More
Brexit – The second round of the rescission negotiations has begun Brexit 

Brexit – The second round of the rescission negotiations has begun

The second round of negotiations on the European Union’s rescission of the United Kingdom began on Monday in Brussels. The first consultation under Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty was held on 19 June, but only the timetable was agreed, the first “real” four-day round of negotiations. “Negotiations started well in the previous month, but we are now heading to... Read More
David Davis: It is very likely, but not a free trade agreement with the EU Brexit 

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

 The British minister responsible for the Brexit negotiations argues that it is very likely, but not entirely certain, that a negotiated free trade agreement with the European Union will be reached on the negotiating table on the conditions for expiry of the EU membership.     David Davis stated on Sunday’s BBC television political magazine magazine that other EU member states have... Read More
Brexin – The UK government does not pay 100 billion euros to the EU Brexit Finance 

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

Britain’s Brexin negotiators say Britain will certainly not pay the billions of euros to the European Union. Financial Times said on Wednesday that according to the calculations, the European Union could submit a one-time gross payment claim of up to one hundred billion euros to Great Britain for an agreement on the conditions of termination of the British EU membership.... Read More
Brexin – British Minister: London wants an agreement on the rights of EU citizens as soon as possible Brexit 

Brexin – British Minister: London wants an agreement on the rights of EU citizens as soon as possible

The British government wants to reach an agreement on the rights of foreign EU citizens living in Britain at the earliest possible stage of EU membership negotiations – head of the ministry responsible for managing the Brexit process on Wednesday. David Davis in London’s Prosperity UK social research program stated that “the vital contribution of the contributions of foreign nationals... Read More
Brexin – Parliamentary vote Brexin demands of the future agreement, the House of Lords Brexit United Kingdom 

Brexin – Parliamentary vote Brexin demands of the future agreement, the House of Lords

Parliamentary approval is bound by the British legislature’s upper house of an agreement between the British EU membership conditions of termination of London and the European Union eventual agreement.     The House of Lords on Tuesday evening in a government decision draft resolution the Senate debate was closed, article 50 of which Parliament is required to activate the adoption of the... Read More
Brexin – London: The government will submit a draft decision needed to start the exit process within days Brexit United Kingdom 

Brexin – London: The government will submit a draft decision needed to start the exit process within days

 The British government submitted to the lower house “within days” the draft resolution, which the Supreme Court on Tuesday performing according to MEPs must vote before the official launch of the British EU membership termination process leading – said on Tuesday, in response to the court decision in the House said in a statement David Davis Minister for the Brexin-management... Read More
Brexin – British Prime Minister, “a lot of countries” want a free trade agreement with London Brexit United Kingdom 

Brexin – British Prime Minister, “a lot of countries” want a free trade agreement with London

“A lot of country” seeks free trade agreements with Great Britain – David Davis said Wednesday, the minister responsible for the management of British Brexin negotiations. The same Article wrote on Wednesday released Boris Johnson, British Foreign Secretary.     Davis BBC Radio 4’s public channel news program stated that non-EU countries “huge number” indicated that “very welcome” concluding a free trade... Read More
Brexin – House of Lords: the British government should clarify the “urgency” of the situation of foreign EU citizens Brexit United Kingdom 

Brexin – House of Lords: the British government should clarify the “urgency” of the situation of foreign EU citizens

 The British government has a “moral obligation” to provide urgently and clearly as possible and unilaterally with guarantee clarify the legal situation in Britain living in foreign EU citizens – is the upper chamber of the British Parliament, compiled by the House of Lords, on Wednesday described the report. However, the government minister Brexin Affairs at the earliest, according to... Read More
Brexin Minister: London might pay to gain access to the EU internal market United Kingdom 

Brexin Minister: London might pay to gain access to the EU internal market

    The minister responsible for British Brexin negotiations that London would consider certain conditions that can contribute to the UK after EU membership, the European Union’s budget, in return, it will continue to have access to the EU single market. David Davis, the Ministry for the management of the exit of the talks on Thursday Brexin head of the... Read More
Brexin Minister: no change in the schedule, there will be another referendum United Kingdom 

Brexin Minister: no change in the schedule, there will be another referendum

The British government plans to remain in the UK to launch EU membership termination process in accordance with the original schedule by the end of the first quarter of next year – said Monday the House of Commons in London for the management of the Ministry exiting leader. David Davis of the cabinet for the first time responded officially to... Read More
Brexin Minister: the British government will not allow the process of exit delay United Kingdom 

Brexin Minister: the British government will not allow the process of exit delay

 The British government will not allow anyone to attempt to do the Brexin, that the British EU membership termination process to delay or June referendum on EU membership was the result of calling into question – said on Monday, David Davis, relevant ministries for the management of Brexin negotiations leader.     Davis, who informed the House of Representatives of the London-Brexin... Read More