Brussels 'must share €150bn assets' - The Times (subscription)

Britain is preparing to demand a substantial share of European Union assets worth more than €150 billion in the attempt to cut the cost of the Brexit divorce bill. Michel Barnier, the EU's chief negotiator, is understood to be preparing a list of up to ...

Britain unlikely to trigger Article 50 at March 9 EU summit - Brexit Secretary - Reuters UK

British Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, David Davis during a press conference at Rosenbad in Stockholm, Sweden February 14, 2017. TT News Agency/Maja Suslin via REUTERS. 1/2. left. right. FILE PHOTO - Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon ...

Brexit not as bad for the UK as we thought, says EU, as it revises country's growth figures upwards - City A.M.

I'm a reporter at City A.M., mainly covering law, professional services and bank [..] Show more. Follow Hayley. BRITAIN-EU-POLITICS-COURT-BREXIT. Turns out the UK might be able to have its Brexit cake and eat it (Source: Getty). Hayley Kirton.

European Commission forced to upgrade UK growth forecast for 2017 but claims rest of EU will overtake post-Brexit ... - The Sun

THE EUROPEAN Commission has been forced to admit Brexit will not have the negative impact on the UK economy that they had previously predicted. It has upgraded Britain's growth forecast for 2017, but it still claims the rest of the EU will overtake us ...

Brexit Has Europe Worried About 'British' - Fortune

A leaked document from the European Parliament's agriculture committee has reportedly revealed that the European Union is concerned about an influx of products such as "English champagne" and "English parma ham" after Brexit. Under current E.U. law, ...

Brexit: UK will be 'weaker' after leaving 'beautiful' EU , claims European Commission President - The Independent

Britain will be “weaker” after Brexit, the European Commission President has said, insisting the European Union is “beautiful” to many people across the world. Jean-Claude Juncker also criticised Theresa May's bid to be a “bridge to Donald Trump ...

EU workers in Britain drop in late 2016 after Brexit vote - Reuters UK

LONDON A steady rise in the number of European Union migrants working in Britain stalled at the end of 2016, suggesting the Brexit vote, and the subsequent fall in the value of the pound, might have made the country less attractive as a place to work.