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EU leaders take a tough line in the first week of Brexit talks - The Economist

GETTING the right tone in the negotiations over Britain's departure from the European Union is a crucial element for their chances of success. Since the formal Article 50 talks began in Brussels on June 19th between David Davis, the Brexit secretary ...and more »

Poll finds that 60% of Britons want to keep their EU citizenship - The Guardian

Six out of 10 Britons want to keep their European Union citizenship after Brexit – including the rights to live, work, study and travel in the EU – and many would be prepared to pay large sums to do so, according to research led by the London School of ...and more »

Brexit: British officials drop 'cake and eat it' approach to negotiations - The Guardian

Exclusive: insiders say ministers will have to choose between economic interests or sovereignty but Brexit department denies any change of mood. Dan Roberts Brexit policy editor. @RobertsDan. Mon 3 Jul 2017 02.30 EDT First published on Sun 2 Jul 2017 ...and more »

PM's European court stance has 'hamstrung' Brexit negotiations - The Guardian

Theresa May's decision to exit ECJ has made David Davis's job much more difficult, says former chief of staff. Heather Stewart Political editor. Fri 30 Jun 2017 17.30 EDT Last modified on Wed 14 Feb 2018 10.37 EST. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter ...and more »

May's Brexit plan could hit rights of Britons abroad, campaigners tell EU - The Guardian

British in Europe and the3million say UK proposal would severely reduce the rights enjoyed by Britons living in Europe. Lisa O'Carroll · @lisaocarroll. Sun 2 Jul 2017 11.19 EDT Last modified on Wed 14 Feb 2018 10.37 EST. Share on Facebook · Share on ...and more »

Theresa May's Brexit red lines have left UK 'hamstrung' - Financial Times

Theresa May has left Britain “hamstrung” in Brexit negotiations because of her “absolutist” approach, according to a senior official who was at the heart of exit talks until June's election. James Chapman, who recently quit as chief of staff to Brexit ...and more »

Parties must work together on Brexit policy for the best possible outcome, says Andrea Leadsom - The Independent

Andrea Leadsom has pleaded for unity on Brexit amid claims that Cabinet ministers want Theresa May to ease up on her “red lines” and with the minority Government already facing pressure in the House of Commons. The Commons Leader said ministers would ...and more »

British business leaders to meet ministers at Chevening House - Financial Times

British business leaders will make the case for greater clarity on EU citizens' rights and a post-Brexit transition deal at a meeting with Brexit secretary David Davis on Friday. Mr Davis is due to host business leaders at Chevening House in Kent as ...and more »

Brexit ministry needs more staff, says former Davis deputy - Financial Times

Britain's Brexit ministry is not up to strength and a slew of recent departures has created a “problem”, according to the former Brexit minister David Jones. Mr Jones, 65, a Eurosceptic MP who was David Davis's deputy and charged with shepherding ...and more »

ECJ President: UK firms will be 'begging' for court's jurisdiction after Brexit - EURACTIV

British companies operating in the EU will be “begging on their knees” for the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) after Brexit, the Court's president has warned. The primacy of the ECJ – the EU's highest court – has been one of the ...and more »