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Brexit – Migration study: after Brexit there is no justification for the distinction between EU and non-EU Brexit 

Brexit – Migration study: after Brexit there is no justification for the distinction between EU and non-EU

After the expiration of the British EU membership (Brexit), there would be no particular reason why the UK government should apply different settlements and employment rules for workers from the European Union and from outside the EU – it is a member of the British Ministry of Home Affairs but an officially independent body Immigration Advisory Committee (MAC) on Tuesday.... Read More
Brex – IMF: the British economy would pay a serious price for an unexpired exit Brexit 

Brex – IMF: the British economy would pay a serious price for an unexpired exit

According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the UK economy would have to face serious additional costs and growth in the event of a failure of Britain to reach an agreement with the European Union on the conditions of trade relations after the expiry of the British EU membership. The recent IMF report, presented by Christine Lagarde, Chief Financial Officer... Read More
Brexit – The Spanish government wants to achieve the best possible results for the Spaniards working in Gibraltar Brexit 

Brexit – The Spanish government wants to achieve the best possible results for the Spaniards working in Gibraltar

Spain wants the best possible results for the Spaniards working in Gibraltar, “Spanish Foreign Minister Josep Borrell said in a press conference on Monday after receiving the European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator in Madrid. Michel Barnier arrived in the Spanish capital due to preparations for a two-day EU summit in Salzburg on Wednesday, as one of the key themes of... Read More
Brex – IMF: the British economy would pay a serious price for an unexpired exit Brexit 

Brex – IMF: the British economy would pay a serious price for an unexpired exit

According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the UK economy is facing a serious additional burden and growth victim if Britain fails to reach agreement with the European Union on the terms and conditions of trade relations after the expiration of the British EU membership. The recent IMF report, presented by Christine Lagarde, Chief Financial Officer at Monday’s London Finance... Read More
Brexit – Worker Officer: Labor does not vote for the Brexit agreement Brexit 

Brexit – Worker Officer: Labor does not vote for the Brexit agreement

The British Labor Party does not believe that there is a viable agreement on a British Union membership clause (Brexit) with a union and is preparing for it if the conservative parliament still submits a draft agreement to the parliament, it will disagree – said the largest British one of the senior officials of opposition forces. Emily Thornberry, Foreign Minister... Read More
Brexit – British Government: no agreement can be guaranteed for roaming-free telephony and validity of British licenses in the EU Brexit Tech 

Brexit – British Government: no agreement can be guaranteed for roaming-free telephony and validity of British licenses in the EU

The UK government said Thursday that no roaming-free mobile phone use would be guaranteed for British citizens visiting EU Member States and the validity of their driver’s licenses would not necessarily be recognized by EU Member States if they fail to reach agreement on the termination of British membership ( Brexit). The British government has been publishing guidelines in the... Read More
Brexit – The post of Governor of the Bank of England is still in office Brexit 

Brexit – The post of Governor of the Bank of England is still in office

Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, will remain in office for half a year, “British Finance Minister Philip Hammond said on Tuesday. Hammond said in a statement to the House of Representatives in London that Carney would not leave the British central bank in the summer of 2019 but in January 2020. According to the finance minister, the... Read More
Economists from Brexit: “do not have to be afraid” about untied exit Brexit 

Economists from Brexit: “do not have to be afraid” about untied exit

According to British economists in Brexit, Britain does not have to fear either of failing to reach an agreement with the European Union on the rules of trade relations with the European Union after the expiry of the British EU membership, as much of its foreign trade is already a part of the general rules of the World Trade Organization... Read More
Brexit – London analysts may cause minor recession next year post-exit accumulation aftermath Brexit Finance 

Brexit – London analysts may cause minor recession next year post-exit accumulation aftermath

According to London macroeconomic analysts, the probability of corporate stock buildup likely before the end of this year is likely to boost the UK economy before the end of the British EU membership (Brexit), but the potential impact of the expected turnaround of the process will likely cause a major recession in Great Britain next year. One of the most... Read More
Brexit – Johnson: humiliating the government’s Brexit plan Brexit 

Brexit – Johnson: humiliating the government’s Brexit plan

According to British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson, “a humiliating” package of proposals was developed by his own government in brewing British membership of the EU (Brexit). Johnson, who for the sake of this draft dismissed the position of Foreign Minister, wrote in a paper on the Sunday Sunday British newspaper “Mail on Sunday”, which was strongly about EU skepticism: enforcing... Read More
Brexit – British trade unions want a new referendum Brexit 

Brexit – British trade unions want a new referendum

The British unions will be fighting for all their power to allow voters to vote on a referendum on a future agreement on the terms of the termination of British membership of the European Union (Brexit), said the head of the National Union of Trade Unions (TUC) on Sunday. Frances O’Grady declared on BBC television’s opening day at the TUC... Read More
Brexit – The EU can modify a bit about its proposal to resolve the Irish-Northern Ireland issue Brexit 

Brexit – The EU can modify a bit about its proposal to resolve the Irish-Northern Ireland issue

One can modify the European Union’s proposal for a resolution on Irish-Northern Ireland border control as one of the main disputes in the Brexit negotiations to be more politically acceptable to the British Government, “the chairman of the European Parliament’s Constitutional Committee said. Danuta Hübner has reported that “some changes have been made” to the EU proposal to solve the... Read More
Brexit – London analysts may cause a recession in an unexpired exit Brexit Finance 

Brexit – London analysts may cause a recession in an unexpired exit

London’s financial analysts say it can cause a severe recession in the UK economy if Britain unveils the European Union without agreement. The 34-page study on “The UK in a Changing Europe”, a London-based analyst in London, specializing in the European Union-UK economic and trade relations system, said that the most worrying consequences for Brexit would be consumers and the... Read More
Brexit – Try to persuade the British government of Governor of Bank of England Brexit 

Brexit – Try to persuade the British government of Governor of Bank of England

The British government is trying to persuade the Governor of the Bank of England to stay ahead of the planned next summer deadline at the helm of the British central bank, avoiding the need for a change of leadership after just a few months after the expiration of the British EU membership (Brexit) scheduled for March next year. Mark Carney,... 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
Brexit – Johnson: “catastrophe” would be the government’s Brexit plan Brexit 

Brexit – Johnson: “catastrophe” would be the government’s Brexit plan

Former British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson would say “disaster” if his own government would insist on the package of proposals for the termination of British membership of the European Union (Brexit) in the summer. Johnson, who for the sake of this draft dismissed the position of Foreign Minister, wrote in a paper entitled “The Daily Telegraph”, published on Monday, in... Read More
Brexit – Barnier: The EU stands ready to develop security cooperation Brexit 

Brexit – Barnier: The EU stands ready to develop security cooperation

The European Union is prepared to develop an unprecedented partnership with the United Kingdom on security co-operation, but the issue of geographical indications and other issues is still to be resolved – said Michel Barnier, the European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator in Brussels on Friday. Barnier Dominic Raab said at a press conference after a day’s meeting with British Prime... Read More
Brex – Financial Times: There is no doubt that Africa can replace missing European trade Brexit 

Brex – Financial Times: There is no doubt that Africa can replace missing European trade

African and London analysts both question that British trade with Africa could somehow replace the downturn expected in Britain’s trading in Europe, Brexit, that is, after the end of UK membership, “the Financial Times wrote in a Friday analysis. British Prime Minister Theresa May made an African-sponsored African tour this week with businessmen visiting South Africa, Kenya and Nigeria. In... Read More
Brexit – Minister of Brexit: “visibility” is the agreement with the EU Brexit 

Brexit – Minister of Brexit: “visibility” is the agreement with the EU

According to the British Secretary of the Brexit, the agreement with the European Union on the conditions of termination of British membership of the EU is already “visibly”. Dominic Raab, however, referred to the possibility of negotiations overcoming the end of the EU deadline set for October at the hearing of the House of Lords of the House of Lords... Read More
Brexit – British hospital nurses’ association says safe care is endangered by the risks of exit Brexit 

Brexit – British hospital nurses’ association says safe care is endangered by the risks of exit

The risks to the safety and efficacy of the patient’s health pose a direct threat to the risks of UK membership (Brexit) if these are not adequately managed by the government until the time left for withdrawal – is published on Wednesday by the highest level professional organization of the NHS hospital nursing staff warnings. The Royal College of Nursing... Read More
Brexit – The test of the licensing system for the establishment of foreign EU citizens has begun Brexit 

Brexit – The test of the licensing system for the establishment of foreign EU citizens has begun

On Tuesday, the test of the licensing system that the British government has worked out to allow for a further stay of foreign EU citizens living in Britain has been set up following the expiration of British membership of the European Union (Brexit). According to Downing Street Tuesday’s report, four thousand volunteers can submit their resettlement application for the time... 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 – There are ongoing negotiations between the European Union and the United Kingdom Brexit 

Brexit – There are ongoing negotiations between the European Union and the United Kingdom

There are ongoing negotiations between the European Union and the United Kingdom on the conditions for the planned seizure of the island and on issues of future relations, said Michel Barnier, European Commission’s Brexit Chief Negotiator on Tuesday in Brussels. Barnier met with British Prime Minister Brexit, Dominic Raab, and announced in a joint press conference that they “reached their... Read More
Brexit – Extremely harmful to English football by Brexit club presidents Brexit Sports 

Brexit – Extremely harmful to English football by Brexit club presidents

Extremely damaging effects of UK membership of the European Union for English football by club presidents can be extremely damaging. Burnley’s head of the tournament, Mike Garlick, told BBC’s Thursday report that the uncertainties surrounding the negotiations on the conditions for expiry of British membership of the European Union have made it difficult for clubs to justify players: the weakening... Read More
Brexit – Expert: UK economic prospects have turned negative Brexit 

Brexit – Expert: UK economic prospects have turned negative

According to Professor Corvinus, the economic prospects of the United Kingdom turned negative. Zoltán Gálik said that, after the vote came out, a negative trend began at the pound exchange rate, and its current acceleration also has a negative impact on inflation, as imports increase. He said that the United Kingdom trades with the European Union countries with little exaggeration... Read More
Brexit – British newspaper: Brussels suspects British espionage Brexit 

Brexit – British newspaper: Brussels suspects British espionage

Concerns have been raised by European Union negotiators on British secret services spying on negotiations on the conditions for extinction of the UK’s membership of the European Union, The Daily Telegraph reported on Thursday at the beginning of a new round of negotiations. The Conservative British daily quoted a high-profile, but unnamed European Union source as saying in the Brussels... Read More
Brexit – Most British voters no longer support exit Brexit 

Brexit – Most British voters no longer support exit

It is even possible that the United Kingdom will not leave the European Union, but there is a greater chance of exit, “said Zoltán Gálik, an expert. The professor at Corvinus University spoke of the fact that, according to the latest opinion polls, the United Kingdom has already dominated Brexit’s opponents. He stressed that while the agreement with the European... Read More
Brexit – Study: most of the parliamentary constituencies have supporters of retention Brexit 

Brexit – Study: most of the parliamentary constituencies have supporters of retention

Most of the parliamentary constituencies in Great Britain have come under a large-scale research in which supporters of European Union membership are in the lead. The authors of the study presented by The Observer on Sunday reported that in more than a hundred parliamentary constituencies in which the majority of voters – in other territorial divisions – came out of... Read More
Brexit – Austrian Foreign Minister: a pragmatic approach is needed Brexit 

Brexit – Austrian Foreign Minister: a pragmatic approach is needed

The United Kingdom and the European Union also need pragmatic attitudes in the negotiations on the conditions of termination of British membership of the European Union (Brexit), according to the Austrian Foreign Minister, who holds the EU Presidency. In Karin Kneiss’s article in the Financial Times newspaper on Friday, he said that there is no reason to panic on either... Read More
Brexit – Expert: There is no clear exit script Brexit 

Brexit – Expert: There is no clear exit script

It is still unclear what scenario the United Kingdom is about to leave the European Union, “said István Pócza, chief researcher at Századvég. He said that while he had to choose between London and the long-distance “hard” and “soft” exit that had to be closer to the union, there was now an opportunity to leave the British without agreement without... Read More
Brexit – The Scottish Prime Minister is expecting a “Plan B” from the British Prime Minister Brexit Scotland 

Brexit – The Scottish Prime Minister is expecting a “Plan B” from the British Prime Minister

Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to draft Plan B Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon in case the British government fails to adopt the package of proposals announced in July on the expiry of the UK’s membership of the European Union and future relations with the European Commission. The two politicians were discussing Brexit on Tuesday in Edinburgh, but the main... Read More
Brexit – British Police Commissioners are warning of the dangers of Brexit without agreement Brexit 

Brexit – British Police Commissioners are warning of the dangers of Brexit without agreement

British police commissioners have warned against the dangers of the unconstitutionalized Brexit that it could pose a risk to public security if no agreement is reached on the conditions for extinction of the British EU membership because the island would fall out of a wide range of security capabilities and would cease accessing common databases. Law enforcement agencies would lose... Read More
Brexit – An example from Japan is HSBC’s expert in the British labor market Brexit 

Brexit – An example from Japan is HSBC’s expert in the British labor market

Persistent economic growth in the Japanese economy can also be expected for the United Kingdom if, following the end of membership of the European Union, a sharp drop in immigration in the European island countries, HSBC’s expert on Monday predicted predictions that the British working age population has nine years later it may begin to shrink. James Pomeroy, the demographic... Read More
Brexit – The European Medicines Agency can lose 30% of its staff due to moving to Amsterdam Brexit European Union 

Brexit – The European Medicines Agency can lose 30% of its staff due to moving to Amsterdam

The European Medicines Agency (EMA), who will be moving to Amsterdam next year, is expected to lose more than 30 percent of its staff, which is expected to be lost in London, but is expected to leave the United Kingdom in January. According to calculations by the organization responsible for the approval of medicines available in the EU, about 30... Read More
Brexit – Since the referendum, the share of EU buyers in the London home market has increased for the first time Brexit United Kingdom 

Brexit – Since the referendum, the share of EU buyers in the London home market has increased for the first time

Since the referendum on British membership in the EU on June 2016, the proportion of foreign EU buyers has increased for the first time as reported on Monday at London’s housing market. 13 per cent of London’s property sold in the first six months of the year was bought by citizens of European Union countries. In the same period of... Read More
Brexit – The end of the century: Brexit without agreement has no interest in either party Brexit 

Brexit – The end of the century: Brexit without agreement has no interest in either party

The unconstitutional Brexit has no interest in either party – said József Szabó Dávid, research director of Századvég Alapítvány. According to the expert, Brexit, which is not in agreement, will, at least in the short term, five years, be slandered by the British economy, but also by the other EU countries. The British did not have much trump card to... Read More
Brexit – Minister for Foreign Trade of Britain: the chances are that there will be no agreement Brexit 

Brexit – Minister for Foreign Trade of Britain: the chances are that there will be no agreement

According to the British Minister for Foreign Trade, there is a growing chance that there is no agreement on the conditions of termination of the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union (Brexit). Liam Fox blamed the European Commission for considering the probability of 60 percent. In an interview published Sunday, The Sunday Times, the advocate of the ruling Conservative... Read More
Brexit – British central bank governor: worrying, but it may be that there will be no agreement Brexit 

Brexit – British central bank governor: worrying, but it may be that there will be no agreement

According to the governor of the British central bank, it is worrying and extremely unpleasant, but it also has the risk that Britain’s membership in the European Union will be terminated without agreement. Mark Carney on BBC’s Radio Today’s Friday program, however, considered “relatively unlikely” that no agreement was reached but he had the opportunity to do so. He also... Read More
Brexit – Within a month, UKIP’s membership of UKIP was up 15% Brexit 

Brexit – Within a month, UKIP’s membership of UKIP was up 15%

The United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) has expanded by 15 percent in one month. In July, 3200 members joined the UK’s membership of the European Union. The anti-union party not only increased its membership, but at least 2 to 5 percent its support for 8 per cent in polls last month after Theresa May’s government published plans for Brexit and... Read More
Brexit – English Institute: The British economic outlook can be seriously damaged if there is no agreement Brexit 

Brexit – English Institute: The British economic outlook can be seriously damaged if there is no agreement

The growth prospects of the UK economy may be significantly deteriorated in 2019 unless there is agreement on the conditions for extinction of the UK’s membership of the European Union – a London Economic and Social Research Center warned in its latest forecast. The report by the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) on Wednesday showed that the... Read More
Brexit – British Foreign Minister says there is an increasing risk that there will be no agreement Brexit 

Brexit – British Foreign Minister says there is an increasing risk that there will be no agreement

New British Foreign Minister says that there is a risk that the unification of the United Kingdom in the European Union will be abolished without agreement. Jeremy Hunt’s first interviews since its inauguration, which appeared in Evening Evening Evening on Tuesday, urged EU leaders to endorse the European Commission for a rational trade agreement. Conservative politicians have criticized the European... Read More
Brexit – Expert: Emergency scenarios are being prepared Brexit 

Brexit – Expert: Emergency scenarios are being prepared

Emergency scenarios are prepared in case you can not reach Brexit in time for the EU and Britain, “said Botond Feledy, Foreign Policy Analyst. British Prime Minister Theresa May is already open about the possibility that the military might be involved in the distribution of medicines in some regions, he said. The Norwegian-EU or the Canadian-EU agreement for the time... Read More
Brexit – EP: Without settling the Irish-Northern Irish question, it is not possible to settle in an orderly manner Brexit 

Brexit – EP: Without settling the Irish-Northern Irish question, it is not possible to settle in an orderly manner

The European Parliament will not approve any possible future treaty on the untying of the United Kingdom if it fails to properly settle the Northern Ireland border control issue, the EP’s competent body warned in its Friday communication. The EP stressed that orderly exit is a prerequisite for the start of negotiations on the transition period and future “deep and... Read More
Brexit – Wales may be the biggest loser of an unfavorable exit agreement Brexit 

Brexit – Wales may be the biggest loser of an unfavorable exit agreement

Wales may be the biggest loser of the unfavorable Brexit agreement for the financial services sector, according to an analysis published on Thursday in the UK. The Center for Cities research center ranked Cardiff as one of the cities that are most dependent on financial services exports. With regard to the negotiations on the termination of the terms and conditions... Read More
Brexit – The Irish Foreign Minister warned against the unresolved Brexit Brexit 

Brexit – The Irish Foreign Minister warned against the unresolved Brexit

The Irish Foreign Minister warned on Wednesday of a risk of unplanned British membership of the European Union in London. Simon Coveney on BBC’s UK public service radio Today said the United Kingdom can not afford to abolish its membership in the European Union in March 2019 without a settlement on future relations. He called the British statements related to... 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 head of Amazon’s Amazon was warned of a hot spot Brexit 

Brexit – The head of Amazon’s Amazon was warned of a hot spot

According to warnings about the risk of hot spots, the Amazon leader of the Amazon giant in the United States in the event that the membership of the island disappears without agreement in the European Union. Doug Gurr, on Friday, delivered a speech at a high-profile business meeting by Dominic Raab, the new British minister responsible for the Brexit negotiations,... 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 – Barnier: there is agreement on 80 percent of the terms of the future relations system Brexit European Union 

Brexit – Barnier: there is agreement on 80 percent of the terms of the future relations system

There is agreement among the parties about 80 percent of the terms of the future relations between the United Kingdom and the European Union, but the remaining issues related to the UK exit should be speeded up, said Michel Barnier, European Commission’s Brexit chief negotiator in Brussels on Friday. Barnier, after having consulted the ministers dealing with EU general affairs... 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