Article 50: Britain Says Brexit Clause to Be Triggered March 29 - NBCNews.com

LONDON — British Prime Minister Theresa May announced Monday that she would trigger the divorce clause from the European Union on March 29. The move to invoke Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon will come nine months after the "Brexit" referendum.

UK warned it cannot 'have its cake and eat it' over leaving the EU - Irish Independent

European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker at the European Parliament in Strasbourg yesterday. Photo 1 European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker at the European Parliament in Strasbourg yesterday. Photo: AFP/Getty Images.

May says she and Taoiseach 'on a single page' on Border - Irish Times

Theresa May has said that she and the Taoiseach are “on a single page” about future arrangements for the Border after Britain leaves the European Union. The prime minister was answering MPs' questions in the House of Commons a day after she ...

EU politicians and businesses warn May over 'difficult' Brexit - The Guardian

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has suggested Britain would be considered a foreign country. Photograph: Frederick Florin/AFP/Getty Images. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing options

Yellen remarks support dollar and bond yields - Financial Times

An early rebound for the dollar and Treasury yields gathered pace after Janet Yellen warned that the US risked a “nasty surprise” if it waited too long to continue raising interest rates. US stocks also looked a little happier after the Federal Reserve ...

We're not out to punish Britain, but you need to shed your illusions - The Guardian

Brexit really does mean Brexit. Theresa May's long-awaited speech this week finally outlined some of her government's negotiating objectives. Now we know that Britain wants to leave the European single market it helped to create, the customs union, and ...

May praised for "Churchillian" vision as Europe talks tough on Brexit - Telegraph.co.uk

Theresa May has been hailed for her "Churchillian" approach to Europe as the leader of the European Council welcomed her pledge that Britain did not want to see a wider unravelling of the EU after Brexit. In a sign that the Prime Minister's efforts to ...

The fights that will shape Brexit outcome - Financial Times

Theresa May's Brexit speech this week laid out in stark terms what she wants from Britain's separation from the EU. European leaders, meanwhile, have stuck doggedly to their own demands. The two sides will soon collide. Sample the FT's top stories for ...

How you can help EU nationals living in the UK facing Brexit uncertainty - The Independent

Charities, campaigners and human rights activists have accused Theresa May of using EU nationals as a "bargaining chip" for Brexit negotiations after she refused to guarantee their right to remain in the UK. Matt Carr, organiser of 1 Day Without Us, a ...

In Europe we see only one loser from Brexit – and it won't be us - The Guardian

Theresa May promises a soft Brexit for Britain and a hard one for everyone else. Why would we let that happen? Workers at Nissan's Sunderland plant. 'If the British want to export their cars (which are in fact German or Japanese cars) to the old ...

In 'Brexit' Speech, Theresa May Outlines Clean Break for UK - New York Times

In a long-awaited speech, Prime Minister Theresa May defined the broad objectives, but not the details, of Britain's withdrawal from the European Union. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Photo by Pool photo by Kirsty Wigglesworth. Watch in Times Video ».

Doing Brexit the hard way - The Economist

IT MIGHT be called May's paradox. Since she became prime minister last July, Mrs May has been urged by businesses to clarify her Brexit goals. Yet every time she has tried, investors have reacted by selling sterling, because she has shown a preference ...

Cunning or clueless? Europe reacts in Brexit bout with May - BBC News

If Brexit is going to end up feeling like a long toe-to-toe boxing match then at last we can say that the first round is over. Theresa May has come out jabbing - offering crisp points about the UK's plans to leave the single market and its readiness to ...

Theresa May's Brexit: how Europe reacted - The Conversation UK

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Germany denies rebuffing Theresa May over citizens' rights deal - The Guardian

Paolo Gentiloni, the Italian PM, meets Angela Merkel. Merkel said EU states would show a united front. Photograph: ddp USA/Rex/Shutterstock. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing options; Share on LinkedIn · Share on ...

Brexit speech: Six issues that Theresa May didn't settle for us - Irish Times

Theresa May has, to some extent, clarified what kind of relationship Britain wants with the EU, but the prime minister has also left some big questions open. Here's what we still don't know. 1. What sort of deal does Britain actually want? While ruling ...

UK v Europe: newspaper reactions to Theresa May's Brexit speech - Financial Times

The contrast could hardly have been sharper. While Britain's biggest newspapers cheered Theresa May's Brexit speech, their continental counterparts rolled their eyes. Sample the FT's top stories for a week. You select the topic, we deliver the news.

Theresa May on Brexit: Then and now - BBC News

Theresa May has said the UK will emerge from Brexit as a "great, global trading nation", becoming "safer, more secure and more prosperous". But in April - before the EU referendum - the then home secretary gave a speech warning of the implications of a ...

Theresa May's Brexit speech: what the national newspapers say - The Guardian

The advantage of the prime minister's speech being leaked in advance is obvious: two successive days of adoring front-page headlines for Theresa May. As far as the Daily Mail is concerned, Margaret Thatcher has been reborn: “Steel of the new Iron Lady”.

Brexit: May's threat to Europe: 'no deal for Britain is better than a bad deal' - The Guardian

Theresa May warned European leaders that the UK is prepared to crash out of the EU if she cannot negotiate a reasonable exit deal in a speech where her tough talking rhetoric prompted key figures in Brussels to say that the country was on track for a ...