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Ally of UK's Johnson criticizes Hammond's Brexit plan: newspaper - Business Insider

Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson react during Prime Minister Theresa May's election manifesto launch in Halifax Thomson Reuters LONDON (Reuters) - An ally of British foreign minister Boris Johnson ...and more »

Tensions flare in cabinet over post-Brexit free movement - The Guardian

Amber Rudd is among those likely to push the prime minister to accept that while free movement will officially end– there should be no immediate move to reduce immigration. Photograph: Andrew Milligan/PA. Senior Conservative MPs are urging members of ...and more »

The Good News on Brexit They're Not Telling You - New York Times

LONDON — On July 24, trade talks began between Britain and America. All right, they weren't formally called trade talks: As long as Britain is still in the European Union, it is supposed to contract out all its commercial decisions to Brussels ...and more »

Remainers in the Cabinet take advantage of PM's holiday absence - Sky News

A hard Brexit is being challenged this summer and Remainers in the Cabinet are enjoying a renaissance, writes Beth Rigby. 08:35, UK, Wednesday 02 August 2017. Theresa May and her husband Philip on holiday near Lake Garda in northern Italy. Image ...and more »

Brexit set to raise UK banks' costs 4% and capital needs 30% - Financial Times

Brexit will push up costs for banks by as much as 4 per cent and their capital requirements will rise by up to 30 per cent, according to the most detailed assessment yet of what Britain's departure from the EU means for the sector. The findings by ...and more »

EU citizens will now lose free access to the UK in 2019 - Quartz

Citizens of the European Union (EU) have the right to live, work, and study across the bloc. But that right—known as freedom of movement—will come to an end in the UK in two years time. The British government confirmed today (July 31) that freedom of ...and more »

Shape the contours of Brexit Britain's final destination - Financial Times

What took them so long? The UK government has spent more than a year figuring out something that was blindingly obvious the day after the Brexit referendum: it will be impossible to move to a new role outside of the EU without a significant transition ...and more »

No 10 says free movement ends when UK leaves EU - BBC News

Suggestions that freedom of movement will continue after the UK leaves the EU are wrong, Downing Street has said. On Friday, Chancellor Philip Hammond warned full controls could take "some time", prompting speculation free movement may continue in all ...and more »

Jeremy Hunt says NHS needs EU immigrant workers amid claims of Cabinet Brexit row - The Independent

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has defended the need for immigration from the EU after Brexit, amid rising cabinet tensions over freedom of movement. Mr Hunt said any post-Brexit deal must serve the need for the NHS to recruit staff from all over the ...and more »

Liam Fox denies cabinet has agreed immigration stance in Brexit transition - The Times

The international trade secretary, Liam Fox, has caused a fresh cabinet rift over immigration by insisting that the continuation of free movement after 2019 would “not keep faith” with the referendum result. In an interview with The Sunday Times, Fox ...and more »