The divorce negotiations may go to the wire.
The negotiations over the British withdrawal from the European Union were supposed to be over by now. But the October European summit came and went without a deal. And a much-hyped challenge to Prime Minister Theresa May’s leadership fizzled out Wednesday, in part thanks to the reaction to the gruesome off-the-record language from critics in her party.
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The north-east of England and the Midlands will be hit hardest by a new immigration system that would see the vast majority of low-skilled EU migrants barred from settling in Britain, new analysis reveals.
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With the fateful date fast approaching, the France’s Ministry of Economy and Finance is encouraging French businesses to prepare for a no-deal Brexit. EURACTIV France reports.
“Whatever happens, there will be changes. We therefore have to prepare for every scenario, including no-deal,” civil servants at the French Ministry of Economy and Finance said prior to a meeting between Minister of State Agnès Pannier-Runacher and business representatives on Tuesday (23 October).
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For the first time since the 2016 Brexit vote, Queen Elizabeth II has spoken out about the contentious issue of Britain’s upcoming exit from the European Union.
But she did it in an uncontentious way. This queen doesn’t do politics. That’s the key to her staying power: She rules by not ruling.
Continue reading The Washington Post: Queen Elizabeth breaks silence on Brexit — in a very queen-like way