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Labour plants a firmer foothold in the shifting sands of Brexit Britain - The Conversation UK

The impact of the Brexit vote may finally be losing its chokehold on the two-party duoply of British politics. The Labour Party has now called for a transitional period after Britain leaves the EU in March 2019, during which it argues single market and ...and more »

Major breakthrough in Irish strand of Brexit talks - Irish Times

A British guarantee to preserve free movement of all European Union citizens between Ireland and Britain has resulted in a significant breakthrough in the Irish strand of the Brexit negotiations. The commitment, the European Commission said on Thursday ...and more »

Labour Faces the Need to Reconcile With Working Class Brexit Supporters - Chatham House

The party's price for remaining electorally relevant is giving up on the liberal internationalist aims of a united Europe and open borders. Matthew Goodwin. Professor Matthew Goodwin. Visiting Senior Fellow, Europe Programme. Twitter · 2017-08-30-Starmer.and more »

Little progress at Brexit talks but 'fruitful' discussion on Ireland - RTE.ie

The European Commission's chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, has said there has been no substantial progress in Brexit talks with the exception of Ireland matters, where there was progress on the Common Travel Area. At a joint news conference ...and more »

Rejecting suicide, Britain settles for self-harm on Brexit - European Council on Foreign Relations

August has produced a slew of new UK government papers on Brexit, on topics ranging from data protection to customs arrangements, judicial cooperation, dispute settlement and the Irish border, as well as a major policy shift by the opposition Labour ...and more »

'Genuine progress' made on Common Travel Area and Good Friday Agreement - Barnier - Independent.ie

Michel Barnier's claim that “genuine progress” had been made on Irish matters in the latest round of Brexit talks was a rare moment of positivity in a news conference that laid bare the gulf between the UK and EU. Irish sources believe progress has ...and more »

Emmanuel Macron rejects British plan to bypass EU Brexit negotiators - The Independent

The French president has personally rejected a reported British plan to bypass the EU's official Brexit negotiators and hold trade talks directly with member states. Emmanuel Macron said European Commission chief negotiator Michel Barnier was the only ...and more »

Will Brexit Lead to a 'Brexodus'? - The Atlantic

When Britons voted to leave the European Union last year, they did so in part so they could have more control over European immigration into the United Kingdom—giving them the power to decide who can come live and study and in the U.K., and who can't.and more »

David Davis: Norway model is one option for UK after Brexit - POLITICO.eu

Britain is considering joining Norway and Switzerland as a temporary member of the European Free Trade Association to avoid a potential economic cliff edge after Brexit, the U.K.'s Secretary of State for Exiting the EU David Davis said Friday. Davis ...and more »

France, Holland warn UK over Brexit stalling - RFI

French President Emmanuel Macron and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte told the United Kingdom to get a move on in negotiations over Brexit, which are dragging out over the bill Britain will pay for leaving the European Union. After Britain's Brexit ...and more »