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David Davis and Boris Johnson 'want PM to loosen Brexit stance' - Sky News;

David Davis and Boris Johnson 'want PM to loosen Brexit stance' - Sky News

Sky NewsDavid Davis and Boris Johnson 'want PM to loosen Brexit stance'Sky NewsThe Brexit Secretary is being "hamstrung" in EU negotiations by Theresa May's "red lines", according to his ex-chief of staff. 23:02, UK, Friday 30 June 2017. Top members of Theresa May's Cabinet. Image: Top members of Theresa May's Cabinet want ...and more »

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

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

The GuardianPM's European court stance has 'hamstrung' Brexit negotiationsThe GuardianDavid Davis: 'Red lines have been set for him that make the job he has to do very difficult.' Photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA. Court of justice of the European Union. PM's European court stance has 'hamstrung' Brexit negotiations. Theresa May's decision ...and more »

Theresa May's Brexit red lines have left David Davis 'hamstrung' in talks - Evening Standard;

Theresa May's Brexit red lines have left David Davis 'hamstrung' in talks - Evening Standard

Evening StandardTheresa May's Brexit red lines have left David Davis 'hamstrung' in talksEvening StandardTheresa May has left Britain "hamstrung" in Brexit negotiations because of her "absolutist" positions, a former senior government adviser has suggested. Cabinet ministers including Leave-backers like David Davis and Boris Johnson reportedly want the ...and more »

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

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

Financial TimesTheresa May's Brexit red lines have 'left Britain hamstrung'Financial TimesTheresa 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 »

Theresa May has 'hamstrung' David Davis in Brexit talks - BBC News;

Theresa May has 'hamstrung' David Davis in Brexit talks - BBC News

BBC NewsTheresa May has 'hamstrung' David Davis in Brexit talksBBC NewsTheresa May has made David Davis's job more difficult by setting "red lines" for him in Brexit talks, his ex-chief of staff has told the BBC. James Chapman said the Brexit secretary had been "hamstrung" by the prime minister's stance on the European ...and more »

Theresa May faces a 'growing revolt' from her Ministers over hardline Brexit negotiating stand - The Sun;

Theresa May faces a 'growing revolt' from her Ministers over hardline Brexit negotiating stand - The Sun

The SunTheresa May faces a 'growing revolt' from her Ministers over hardline Brexit negotiating standThe SunTHERESA May is facing a growing Cabinet revolt over her hardline Brexit negotiating stand, a former government advisor has claimed. Lashing out at the PM, David Davis's ex-chief of staff James Chapman said she is making the Brexit Secretary's job “very ...and more »

UK should still be subject to ECJ post-Brexit: commission - Delano.lu

UK should still be subject to ECJ post-Brexit: commissionDelano.luThe EU commission has published 6 position papers on Brexit on 28 June, detailing its position on the ECJ's remit, on judicial and police cooperation, on goods and cooperation in criminal matters, among other things. Picture credit: www.GlynLowe.com ...and more »

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

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

EURACTIVECJ President: UK firms will be 'begging' for court's jurisdiction after BrexitEURACTIVBritish firms doing business in the EU after Brexit will be "begging" for the protection of the European Court of Justice, President Koen Leaerts said. [University of Leuven]. Comments PrintFacebook LinkedIn Google + Twitter WhatsApp Email. British ...and more »

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

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

The EconomistEU leaders take a tough line in the first week of Brexit talksThe EconomistGETTING 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 »