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Brexit – Theresa May: The government is not trying to postpone the exit Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May: The government is not trying to postpone the exit

British Prime Minister Theresa May said the British government’s goal of unregistered exit from the European Union on 29 March remains unchanged. The Conservative Prime Minister stated in a normal half-hour afternoon in the usual afternoon session of the House of Representatives and Prime Minister’s responses to the question of opposition: Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, activated on March... Read More
Brexit – British press: Theresa May request time for negotiations by the end of February Brexit 

Brexit – British press: Theresa May request time for negotiations by the end of February

According to British press inquiries on Sunday, Prime Minister Theresa May will ask the Parliament next week until the end of February to reach an agreement with the European Union on the amendments to the convention on the conditions for the abolition of British EU membership (Brexit) as deemed necessary by London. According to the government resources of The Sunday... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May: legally binding amendments to the Brexit Agreement Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May: legally binding amendments to the Brexit Agreement

According to Theresa May, the unchanged objective of London is to achieve legally binding amendments to the agreement on the conditions for the termination of the British EU membership (Brexit) in order to be approved by the London Parliament. British Conservative British Prime Minister talked to Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission on Thursday, about a solution that guarantees... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May: London does not allow the restoration of the old Irish-Irish border system Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May: London does not allow the restoration of the old Irish-Irish border system

British Prime Minister Theresa May says London will not allow Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland to once again develop a border-control system after the end of British EU membership (Brexit). The Conservative British Head of State spoke to local business leaders on Tuesday in the capital of Belfast, not secretly to dispel the growing fears of the post-Brexit... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May talks on Thursday with Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May talks on Thursday with Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels

British Prime Minister Theresa May will visit Brussels on Thursday to discuss the termination of EU membership (Brexit) with Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission, said the panel’s spokesman at a press conference on Tuesday. Margaritas Skínász stressed that the position of the European Commission remains clear: the agreement on the conditions for the cessation of EU membership, which... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May: postponing exit wouldn’t solve anything Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May: postponing exit wouldn’t solve anything

British Prime Minister Theresa May said the postponement of the British EU membership (Brexit) would not solve anything. The conservative head of government at the usual Wednesday afternoon session of the House of Representatives, Jeremy Corbyn, asked questions about questions and immediate prime ministerial answers to the question of whether or not to avoid Brexit without agreement, said: Great Britain... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May: Brexit is more likely to miss out than without an agreement Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May: Brexit is more likely to miss out than without an agreement

British Prime Minister Theresa May said it would be a catastrophic damage to politics if the electoral decision on the abolition of the British EU membership (Brexit) was not fulfilled, and it is now more likely that the UK will remain a member of the European Union, as if it might have an agreement. without leaving the EU. May, Monday... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May: Crash Damage Should Politics Fail to Make Electoral Decision Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May: Crash Damage Should Politics Fail to Make Electoral Decision

According to Prime Minister Theresa May, trust in democracy would cause catastrophic and unforgivable harm if politics did not comply with the electoral decision of the British EU membership (Brexit). At the same time, former Mayor Sir John Major, on May May, called on the head of government to stop the Brexit process and make another referendum on EU membership.... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May: Brexit offers “unprecedented” opportunities for British-Japanese trade development Brexit Big World 

Brexit – Theresa May: Brexit offers “unprecedented” opportunities for British-Japanese trade development

According to Theresa May, the abolition of British EU membership offers “unprecedented” opportunities for the development of trade and investment relations between Britain and Japan. The British Prime Minister, who received a Japanese Prime Minister Abe Sindzo at his office in Thursday evening in London, said at a joint press conference after the talks that Japanese companies in the British... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May: Parliament votes on the exit agreement in the third week of January Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May: Parliament votes on the exit agreement in the third week of January

British Prime Minister Theresa May announced Monday that the London House of Commons could continue the debate on the conditions for expiration of the British EU membership (Brexit) in the week beginning on January 7 and vote for the agreement next week. The 585-page exit agreement with the EU should have been voted on Tuesday by the London Under-House, but... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May: irreparable political damage would cause a new referendum Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May: irreparable political damage would cause a new referendum

According to the British Prime Minister, irreparable political damage would be caused by a possible new referendum on British EU membership. Theresa May informs the London House of Deputies on Monday afternoon about EU summits last week. In his speech, some of the details published in advance by Downing Street strongly emphasize the growing number of issues raised by the... Read More
Theresa May allegedly promised not to lead the Conservative Party in the next elections United Kingdom 

Theresa May allegedly promised not to lead the Conservative Party in the next elections

According to unofficial reports, British Prime Minister Theresa May has promised on Wednesday the ruling party’s ruling House of Conservative Party that he will not lead the party in the next parliamentary elections. On Wednesday night, before the vote of confidence before him, he spoke at the 1922 Committee of the Lower House Tory Fraction. The panel is composed of... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May won the vote of confidence Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May won the vote of confidence

Theresa May’s conservative British prime minister won the confidence vote that his party had initiated on Wednesday evening. The motion of censure against the head of government was initiated by representatives of the hard-line Brexit camp of the Tory subdivision faction. This group of parties is extremely dissatisfied with the agreement reached on the condition of British membership of the... Read More
Brexit – Expert: The overthrow of Theresa May does not help Brexit 

Brexit – Expert: The overthrow of Theresa May does not help

It does not help the Brexit process if British Prime Minister Theresa May fails to vote on censorship because his successor should negotiate under similar conditions – said Professor Zoltán Gálik, Corvinus University of Budapest, on the current channel M1 on Wednesday. He added that on March 30, 2019, the UK left the European Union, because of the tight time... Read More
Brexit – Conservative Brexit Camp says there is an increasing chance of voting against censure against Theresa May Brexit 

Brexit – Conservative Brexit Camp says there is an increasing chance of voting against censure against Theresa May

Representatives of the ruling British Conservative Party’s hard-core Brexit camp say there is a growing chance that a vote of no confidence in Prime Minister Theresa May will soon be issued. Members of the rebel group of the Tory Lower House faction reported to the BBC and other British media companies on Tuesday night: they are becoming more and more... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May: There is a need for safeguards so that the backup solution can only be temporary Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May: There is a need for safeguards so that the backup solution can only be temporary

The British government wants to get assurances from the European Union that the reserve solution to prevent the reintroduction of Irish-Northern Ireland border controls can only be used for a temporary period – the British Prime Minister said on Tuesday. Theresa May, however, refuted the information that the rigid Brexit faction of the ruling Conservative Party gathered the required number... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May in Brussels to discuss with Jean-Claude Juncker and Donald Tusk Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May in Brussels to discuss with Jean-Claude Juncker and Donald Tusk

Prime Minister Theresa May also visits Brussels, where he meets with Jean-Claude Juncker, the European Commission and Donald Tusks, the President of the European Council, who, however, clearly excluded the possibility of renegotiating the terms of the Brexit Agreement already adopted. Juncker announced the meeting on the Twitter social networking site and reiterated in his post that the contract for... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May apologized for the statement that EU workers are facing others at the beginning of the line Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May apologized for the statement that EU workers are facing others at the beginning of the line

On Monday, the British Prime Minister has apologized for the minuscule statement that workers from European Union countries are facing the front of others. Theresa May, speaking a week ago at the British Congress of British Industries (CBI) in London, said: “The new British immigration system for the post-Soviet Union (Brexit) is not going to take into account who it... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May: There is no better agreement Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May: There is no better agreement

According to the British Prime Minister, it can be said with complete certainty that it is not possible to achieve better agreement on the conditions for the termination of the British EU membership (Brexit). Theresa May briefed the House of Representatives in London on Monday afternoon about the EU summit in Brussels last day, endorsing the political declaration outlining the... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May: The EU will not offer a better deal Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May: The EU will not offer a better deal

According to the British Prime Minister, it is unthinkable for the European Union to offer London better proposals for the terms and conditions for the termination of British membership of the European Union (Brexit) and the future bilateral system of relations if the British Parliament rejects these documents. Theresa May was hosted on BBC News on BBC News on Thursday... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May: Drawing of the draft agreement could block the Brexit process Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May: Drawing of the draft agreement could block the Brexit process

According to Theresa May, if the London Parliament declares a draft agreement on the conditions of termination of British membership of the European Union (Brexit), then the entire Brexit process may stop. At the usual weekday of the London House of Commons on Wednesday’s debate, representative questions and immediate government response, Jeremy Corbyn, the chief opposition leader, the Labor Party... Read More
Brexit – Analyst: if Theresa May fails, there is probably no agreement on the exit Brexit 

Brexit – Analyst: if Theresa May fails, there is probably no agreement on the exit

If Prime Minister Theresa May’s “Breach” agreement with Brexit, or possibly his person, the chance that there will be no agreement between Britain and the European Union will increase, says József Szabó Dávid, Research Director of Századvég Alapítvány. According to the Director, it is not yet possible to obtain a majority in the British Parliament’s proposal for a prime minister’s... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May: After Brexit, EU workers can not stand “at the beginning of the line” Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May: After Brexit, EU workers can not stand “at the beginning of the line”

According to the British Prime Minister, after leaving the UK’s EU membership (Brexit), workers from EU member states will not be able to come to the front of the line. Theresa May, speaking at the annual British Congress of British Industries (CBI) in London on Monday, stated that the United Kingdom appreciates the contribution that immigration has provided to the... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May: Lead change would not ease the Brexit negotiations Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May: Lead change would not ease the Brexit negotiations

According to the British Prime Minister, it would not ease negotiations on the terms of the termination of British membership in the United Kingdom (Brexit) even if a new leader would be head of the government and the ruling Conservative Party. Theresa May, who was the host of Sunday’s television interview with Sky News, added that his possible removal would... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May: “I’m going through the Brexit process” Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May: “I’m going through the Brexit process”

British Prime Minister Theresa May has made a direct reference to Thursday, despite the serious criticisms of drafting an agreement on the expiration of the British EU membership (Brexit), despite the fact that he intends to go through the Brexit process. Downing Street’s government officials also said in a press conference Thursday evening that he regretted that several government members... Read More
Brexit – A vote of confidence in Theresa May against the British Conservative Party’s Hardline Group leader Brexit 

Brexit – A vote of confidence in Theresa May against the British Conservative Party’s Hardline Group leader

A vote of censure on Thursday was initiated against Prime Minister Theresa May against the ruling British Conservative Party’s hard-line leader of the Brexit party faction. Jacob Rees-Mogg, the European Research Group (ERG), a member of the strongly EU skeptical campaign group within the Conservative Party’s Lower House Group, announced at a press conference that he had forwarded the vote-initiating... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May: the last, “immensely difficult” phase of negotiations Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May: the last, “immensely difficult” phase of negotiations

According to the British Prime Minister, their final, “immensely difficult” phase has reached the stage of negotiations on the condition of British membership of the European Union (Brexit). Theresa May said on Monday evening, Mayor of London, in his traditional annual banquet at Lord Mayor, speaking exclusively for foreign policy issues: even during the night, a very hard work is... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May: The exit agreement agreement was completed in 95 percent Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May: The exit agreement agreement was completed in 95 percent

According to the British Prime Minister, the progress made over the last couple of weeks has led to 95 percent of the draft agreement on the conditions for the termination of British membership of the European Union (Brexit), but remains to be solved as a major obstacle to how to ensure the return of control to Northern Ireland and the... Read More
EU Summit – Tajani: Theresa May has not made a major new proposal European Union United Kingdom 

EU Summit – Tajani: Theresa May has not made a major new proposal

Prime Minister Theresa May did not make any significant new proposals, nor did he outlined any substantive elements for the promotion of the Brexit negotiations, said the President of the European Parliament on Wednesday, at the start of the EU member country summit. In his press conference, Antonio Tajani stated that he did not believe that there was any substantial... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May: There will be no agreement that will bring border between Northern Ireland and Great Britain Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May: There will be no agreement that will bring border between Northern Ireland and Great Britain

Theresa May British Prime Minister after the resignation of the United Kingdom’s EU membership (Brexit). In the closed cabinet Tuesday, announced briefly by the spokesman for Downing Street, it was primarily about what the European Union had to say at Wednesday’s Summit on Brexit negotiations. According to the report of the Head of Government, Theresa May has stated that it... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May: actual progress has been made in the negotiations Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May: actual progress has been made in the negotiations

According to the British Prime Minister, in the past few weeks, “in spite of many inaccurate speculations”, actual progress has been made in negotiations on the conditions for the termination of British membership of the European Union (Brexit) and the agreement remains open. Theresa May, who on Monday reported briefly about the conduct of the Brexit negotiations to the House... Read More
Brexit – Cabinet meeting on talks, press reports Theresa May could talk “close agreement” Brexit 

Brexit – Cabinet meeting on talks, press reports Theresa May could talk “close agreement”

In cabinet, he informed members of the tightest cabinet of British Prime Minister Theresa May on negotiations on the conditionality of the termination of the British EU membership (Brexit) on Thursday evening. Unsubstantiated press release May may have told the meeting that the Brexit agreement is close. After a late cabinet meeting – which was not issued a formal announcement... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May: London seeks agreement with the EU, but not at any price Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May: London seeks agreement with the EU, but not at any price

According to the British Prime Minister, London seeks agreement with the European Union on the conditions of termination of British membership of the European Union (Brexit), but at no cost. Theresa May, speaking on the Wednesday of the Governorate of the British Conservative Party in Birmingham on Wednesday, said: Britain is not afraid either to leave the EU without agreement.... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May: The EU is not the same as the Soviet Union Brexit European Union 

Brexit – Theresa May: The EU is not the same as the Soviet Union

According to the British Prime Minister, the European Union can not be compared to the former Soviet Union. Theresa May declined on BBC’s public television television on Tuesday to barely reject her own statement by Jeremy Hunt, her Foreign Minister. Hunt, speaking on the annual congress of the Governor of the Conservative Party in Birmingham, said: “The leaders of the... Read More
Brexit – Expert: Theresa May fights on several fronts at the same time Brexit 

Brexit – Expert: Theresa May fights on several fronts at the same time

British Prime Minister Theresa May has submitted several proposals on Brexit, but there are currently no draft agreements in the British Parliament – said Zoltán Gálik, Corvinus University of Budapest, on M1’s current channel on Thursday. The British Workers ‘Party has sent Theresa May out of any suggestion that does not match the six points of the Workers’ Party, in... Read More
Brexit / EU Summit – Theresa May: Deadlock for Negotiations Brexit 

Brexit / EU Summit – Theresa May: Deadlock for Negotiations

According to Theresa May, negotiations on the conditions for the expiry of British membership of the European Union (Brexit) were deadlocked, as the European Union did not explain why the proposed British package of proposals put forward but at the informal EU summit in Salzburg would undermine the EU’s single market. The British Prime Minister, however, assured foreign EU citizens... Read More
Theresa May’s unexpected and humiliating defeat by the British press European Union United Kingdom 

Theresa May’s unexpected and humiliating defeat by the British press

According to British press reports Friday, Prime Minister Theresa May was forced to return unexpectedly and humiliatingly from the last informal EU summit in Salzburg. At the press conference after the meeting, Donald Tusk, chairman of the European Council of Heads of State and Government, called some critically important elements of the British package of proposals for the linkage between... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May: There will be no new referendum Brexit United Kingdom 

Brexit – Theresa May: There will be no new referendum

He denied the possibility of a new referendum on Britain’s EU membership Sunday’s British Prime Minister’s announcement. Theresa May, in a paper entitled The Sunday Telegraph, on a Sunday British newspaper, which is strongly EU skeptical, said that a referendum on British membership in the EU on June 2016, with a narrow majority of 51.9 per cent of participants leaving... Read More
A man in London was sentenced to death for a murder of Theresa May United Kingdom 

A man in London was sentenced to death for a murder of Theresa May

Prisoner sentenced to life imprisonment on Friday is the central criminal court in London for a young man who has been charged with assassination of British Prime Minister Theresa May. The 20-year-old Naa’imur Zakariyah Rahman, who has been charged with the preparation of terrorist acts, is scheduled to spend at least 30 years behind bars. According to the prosecution, Rahman... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May: “there would be no end to the world” an unexpired exit Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May: “there would be no end to the world” an unexpired exit

According to the British Prime Minister, “it would not mean the end of the world” if Britain were to come out of the European Union next year, until no agreement was reached on future bilateral trade relations. Theresa May, who on Tuesday launched an African-sponsored African tour, told reporters in South Africa that he was accompanying him: he still thinks... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May will lead the exit talks from the UK Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May will lead the exit talks from the UK

Prime Minister Theresa May will lead negotiations with the European Commission on the conditions for expiry of British membership of the European Union in the future. This was announced by the prime minister himself in his statement to parliament on Tuesday, the last day before the legislative break. The special cabinet of the Office of the Prime Minister has played... Read More
Brexit – The majority of the British reject Rexhep Theresa May’s plan for Brexit Brexit 

Brexit – The majority of the British reject Rexhep Theresa May’s plan for Brexit

The bulk of the UK public rejects Prime Minister Theresa May’s plan to rescind the EU membership of the island on the basis of a survey Sunday and two-thirds are ready to support a newly-formed right-wing party committed to leaving the European Union. The survey by YouGov on Sunday’s Sunday Times reveals that the majority of voters would leave Boris... Read More
Brexit – Theresa May: London would never adopt a solution that would restore Irish-Northern border control Brexit 

Brexit – Theresa May: London would never adopt a solution that would restore Irish-Northern border control

London would never adopt a solution that would restore physical control at the border of Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland after the expiration of the British EU membership (Brexit), the British Prime Minister said in Belfast on Friday. Theresa May also reaffirmed the British position that a solution would not be possible after Brexit between Northern Ireland and... Read More
Theresa May: “Donald Trump has suggested that I sue the EU” Brexit 

Theresa May: “Donald Trump has suggested that I sue the EU”

According to the British Prime Minister, the US president has suggested that he should sue the EU instead of negotiating the terms of termination of the British EU membership. Donald Trump, who made a two-day official visit to the United Kingdom, said at a joint Friday press conference with Theresa May at the end of the talks that he had... Read More
Theresa May: It is time for Brussels to take our proposals seriously Brexit 

Theresa May: It is time for Brussels to take our proposals seriously

According to Theresa May, it is time for the European Commission to take seriously the London proposals on the conditions for post-cessation of British membership of the European Union. The British Conservative Prime Minister, The Sunday Times British newspaper The Sunday Times, said: “London sees that the committee is very keen to persevere in its own rigid position, from the... Read More
Theresa May receives £ 20 billion in health care and partly from “Brexit” Brexit 

Theresa May receives £ 20 billion in health care and partly from “Brexit”

Over the next five years, annual funding of the British Public Health Service (NHS) will increase by 20 billion pounds, and some of the additional amount will come from the “financial contribution” of the termination of UK membership, “said Theresa May, British Prime Minister. London’s financial analysts questioned whether there would be such a “Brexit”. Theresa May declared on BBC... Read More
G7 Summit – Theresa May: “It was a difficult meeting with disagreements” Big World 

G7 Summit – Theresa May: “It was a difficult meeting with disagreements”

According to the British Prime Minister, “a difficult meeting with disagreements” was the Weekly Canadian Summit of the Seven Highest Industrial Authorities (G7). Theresa May, who on Monday afternoon informed the House of Representatives in London about the event, stated that the rule-based international trading system should be improved in order to benefit from free trade, but this can not... Read More
Netanyahu in London: “no peaceful demonstrations are taking place in Gaza” United Kingdom 

Netanyahu in London: “no peaceful demonstrations are taking place in Gaza”

According to the Israeli prime minister, no protests in the Gaza Strip can be called peaceful. Benjamin Netanyahu, who talked in talks with Prime Minister Theresa May in London on Wednesday, also stated that Israel was making every effort to minimize the number of injuries during its response to the moves, but also to protect the lives of the Israelis.... Read More
US import duties – Theresa May Trump: US customs unreasonable United States Of America 

US import duties – Theresa May Trump: US customs unreasonable

London considers the US import duties for steel and aluminum products unjustified, said Prime Minister Theresa May, US President Donald Trump on Monday. Downing Street said on Monday that May could negotiate with Trump on the phone and voiced the British government’s “deep disappointment” with the American move. Since Friday, the United States has cut 25 percent on steel coming... Read More
London adheres to the agreement with Iran Big World 

London adheres to the agreement with Iran

Britain is in favor of a multi-party agreement on the limitation of the Iranian nuclear program, said Theresa May, British Prime Minister Donald Trump, US President. Downing Street said on Friday that May could negotiate with Mr Trump on the phone, saying that the British Government, along with its European partners, is still “firmly committed” to the convention with Iran,... Read More