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Brussels' demands for an exit fee are utterly RIDICULOUS, blasts LEO MCKINSTRY - Express.co.uk;

Brussels' demands for an exit fee are utterly RIDICULOUS, blasts LEO MCKINSTRY - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukBrussels' demands for an exit fee are utterly RIDICULOUS, blasts LEO MCKINSTRYExpress.co.ukSTILL shaken by their clear defeat in the EU referendum the Remoaners try to comfort themselves with the theory that Brexit was only won by deceit. By Leo McKinstry. PUBLISHED: 07:25, Thu, Feb 9, 2017 | UPDATED: 16:14, Thu, Feb 9, 2017 ...and more »

The EU is demanding Britain pay a £49 billion Brexit bill - Business Insider UK;

The EU is demanding Britain pay a £49 billion Brexit bill - Business Insider UK

Business Insider UKThe EU is demanding Britain pay a £49 billion Brexit billBusiness Insider UKLONDON — The EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier will tell British government to hand over £49 billion ($61 billion) as part of its divorce from the 28-nation bloc. The figure was agreed after a meeting between Barnier and representatives from ...and more »

Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier set to demand UK pays £48bn EU divorce bill - Sky News

Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier set to demand UK pays £48bn EU divorce billSky NewsSky News understands the sum was agreed at a meeting on Monday but France and Germany wanted the divorce settlement to be £59bn. 07:22, UK, Friday 10 February 2017. Michael Barnier set to reveal cost of Britain leaving the EU Image Caption: Michel ...and more »

A row over money could derail Brexit talks before they have begun - The Economist;

A row over money could derail Brexit talks before they have begun - The Economist

The EconomistA row over money could derail Brexit talks before they have begunThe EconomistTHESE are exhilarating times for the 52% of British voters who last summer opted to leave the European Union. After months of rumours that an anti-Brexit counter-revolution was being plotted by the Europhile establishment (who even won a Supreme Court ...and more »

An EU Minister Told Theresa May To Stop Lying About Freedom Of Movement - BuzzFeed News;

An EU Minister Told Theresa May To Stop Lying About Freedom Of Movement - BuzzFeed News

BuzzFeed NewsAn EU Minister Told Theresa May To Stop Lying About Freedom Of MovementBuzzFeed News“This alternative fact – or let's call it what it is, a lie – once again resurfaced in Theresa May's speech. Let's move beyond such tactics and build our new relationship on facts and respect, not populism and lies.” posted on Feb. 9, 2017, at 6:48 a.m..and more »

Keeping us all secure after Brexit - Financial Times;

Keeping us all secure after Brexit - Financial Times

Financial TimesKeeping us all secure after BrexitFinancial TimesSome detected the merest hint of a threat when Theresa May spoke last month about Britain's security relationship with the EU. Setting out what Britain sees as an outsized contribution to European security, the prime minister listed the nuclear ...and more »

Brexit: The 'Hard' or 'Soft' Option and Does It Really Matter? - Sputnik International;

Brexit: The 'Hard' or 'Soft' Option and Does It Really Matter? - Sputnik International

Sputnik InternationalBrexit: The 'Hard' or 'Soft' Option and Does It Really Matter?Sputnik International"Which do you choose, a hard or soft option?" It's doubtful that when The Pet Shop Boys wrote that lyric over 30 years ago, they could have envisaged the words having political significance in 2017 - ironically enough, the centenary of the year in ...and more »

UK Government Threatens House Of Lords With Abolition Over Brexit Bill - Newsweek;

UK Government Threatens House Of Lords With Abolition Over Brexit Bill - Newsweek

NewsweekUK Government Threatens House Of Lords With Abolition Over Brexit BillNewsweekThe British government has threatened Parliament's unelected upper house with abolition if it attempts to block Brexit. The bill authorizing the government to trigger the exit mechanism from the EU, which was passed by Parliament's lower House of ...and more »

The multi-billion-euro exit charge that could sink Brexit talks - The Economist;

The multi-billion-euro exit charge that could sink Brexit talks - The Economist

The EconomistThe multi-billion-euro exit charge that could sink Brexit talksThe EconomistTHE mother of parliaments has spoken. On February 8th a large majority of MPs backed a bill authorising the government to begin Britain's withdrawal from the European Union by triggering Article 50 of the EU treaty. (A few dissenters were told off for ...and more »

Brexit: How will the divorce unfold from here? - Policy Network

Brexit: How will the divorce unfold from here?Policy NetworkWell, we know what has happened so far. In June 2015 the House of Commons, at the behest of Prime Minister David Cameron, voted by 544 votes to 53 to hold a referendum on withdrawal from the European Union. In the subsequent referendum on 23 June ...and more »

May accused of lying about impact of EU migrants on UK by Czech Europe secretary - Politics live - The Guardian (blog);

May accused of lying about impact of EU migrants on UK by Czech Europe secretary - Politics live - The Guardian (blog)

The Guardian (blog)May accused of lying about impact of EU migrants on UK by Czech Europe secretary - Politics liveThe Guardian (blog)Theresa May has been accused of lying about the impact of EU migrants on the UK by the Czech Europe secretary, Tomas Prouza. (See 4.51pm.) MPs have passed without opposition a motion saying they have no confidence in the Football Association.and more »

Brexit bill: MPs reject amendment to protect EU citizens in UK - The Guardian;

Brexit bill: MPs reject amendment to protect EU citizens in UK - The Guardian

The GuardianBrexit bill: MPs reject amendment to protect EU citizens in UKThe GuardianMPs in the House of Commons during voting on proposed amendments to the Article 50 bill. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing options; Share on LinkedIn · Share on Pinterest · Share ...and more »

The Guardian view on parliament and Brexit: MPs fail their first test - The Guardian;

The Guardian view on parliament and Brexit: MPs fail their first test - The Guardian

The GuardianThe Guardian view on parliament and Brexit: MPs fail their first testThe GuardianThe courts ruled that legislators must decide on Britain's place in Europe. The Commons has not learned its lessons yet. The union jack flies in front of Big Ben. 'The Brexit vote took parliament's authority away, politically if not constitutionally ...and more »

MPs give green light for Theresa May to trigger Brexit - Financial Times;

MPs give green light for Theresa May to trigger Brexit - Financial Times

Financial TimesMPs give green light for Theresa May to trigger BrexitFinancial TimesThe battle for Brexit will move to the House of Lords as the government warned peers not to thwart the smooth passage of the Article 50 bill triggering the process to leave the EU. Sample the FT's top stories for a week. You select the topic, we ...and more »

The Brexit battle heads to the Lords: Mirror Politics morning briefing - Mirror.co.uk;

The Brexit battle heads to the Lords: Mirror Politics morning briefing - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukThe Brexit battle heads to the Lords: Mirror Politics morning briefingMirror.co.ukThe latest of many skirmishes in the Brexit war finished last night when the Article 50 Bill cleared the Commons and we can now survey the battlefield. You can see how your MP voted here . Theresa May will be pleased that all of the amendments were ...and more »

No 10 plays down House of Lords abolition warning over Brexit - BBC News;

No 10 plays down House of Lords abolition warning over Brexit - BBC News

BBC NewsNo 10 plays down House of Lords abolition warning over BrexitBBC NewsDowning Street has sought to play down a warning from a government source that the House of Lords could be abolished if peers try to block the Brexit bill. The bill - to give the government the authority to trigger Article 50 - was approved by 494 ...and more »

UK PM Theresa May quashes attempts to derail her Brexit plan in parliament - Times of India;

UK PM Theresa May quashes attempts to derail her Brexit plan in parliament - Times of India

Times of IndiaUK PM Theresa May quashes attempts to derail her Brexit plan in parliamentTimes of IndiaUK Prime Minister Theresa May won approval from parliament's lower chamber on Wednesday to trigger Britain's exit from the European Union, defeating attempts by pro-EU lawmakers to attach extra conditions to her plan to start divorce talks by March 31.and more »

Brexit Gets Approval in UK Parliament - Wall Street Journal;

Brexit Gets Approval in UK Parliament - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street JournalBrexit Gets Approval in UK ParliamentWall Street JournalBritain's House of Commons overwhelmingly approved a bill authorizing the government of Prime Minister Theresa May to trigger Article 50 of the European Union's Lisbon Treaty to begin the country's formal withdrawal from the EU. Photo: AFP/Getty.and more »

UK's House of Commons passes bill authorizing Brexit - Times of India;

UK's House of Commons passes bill authorizing Brexit - Times of India

Times of IndiaUK's House of Commons passes bill authorizing BrexitTimes of IndiaLONDON: Britain's House of Commons gave its final approval on Wednesday to a bill authorizing the government to start exit talks with the European Union, despite fears by opposition lawmakers that the UK is setting out on the rocky path to Brexit with ...and more »

Amid raging Brexit row, a middle way eludes UK - The Asian Age;

Amid raging Brexit row, a middle way eludes UK - The Asian Age

The Asian AgeAmid raging Brexit row, a middle way eludes UKThe Asian AgeIt remains to be seen how Labour will decide to vote if its amendments are defeated, which seems likely. US President Donald Trump stands with British Prime Minister Theresa May in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington. (Photo: PTI).and more »