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UK will have to give up all EU perks after Brexit, François Hollande warns - The Guardian

French president says UK has made bad choice at bad moment and that he 'will not give in to despair' over EU's future and Le Pen threat. Angelique Chrisafis in Paris. @achrisafis. Mon 6 Mar 2017 02.00 EST Last modified on Wed 14 Feb 2018 10.45 EST.and more »

Villains of the piece or good fairies? The House of Lords and Brexit - The Conversation UK

The ongoing Brexit debate has focused a great deal of attention recently on the House of Lords. Rumblings about reforming or even abolishing the second chamber have been heard for years – and those in favour of such a radical change have been spurred ...and more »

Lords vote against second Brexit referendum - The Guardian

Peers vote against referendum at end of divorce talks but are set to back call for meaningful vote on deal. Rowena Mason Deputy political editor. Tue 7 Mar 2017 09.29 EST Last modified on Tue 13 Mar 2018 13.55 EDT. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter ...and more »

Heseltine sacked as adviser after rebelling over Brexit vote - Financial Times

Conservative grandee Michael Heseltine has been sacked as a government adviser after rebelling over Brexit in the House of Lords. Lord Heseltine joined 12 other Tory peers in defying the government on Tuesday, by backing a demand for parliament to be ...and more »

Brexit: UK could quit EU without paying a penny, say Lords - The Guardian

Report says British government has no legal obligation to pay for Brexit or outstanding payments into EU budget. Jennifer Rankin in Brussels. Sat 4 Mar 2017 06.53 EST First published on Fri 3 Mar 2017 19.01 EST. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter ...and more »

A primer for Europeans in post-Brexit Britain - Financial Times

My most dreaded chore this year will be to fill out an 85-page UK government application form that will give me, I hope, permanent residence in the UK after Brexit. The main issue for EU nationals in the UK is not, in fact, whether the UK reaches a ...and more »

Brexit: UK public overwhelmingly oppose Theresa May's plan to leave EU with no deal in place, new poll reveals - The Independent

Britons overwhelmingly oppose Theresa May's plan to quit the EU with no deal in place if Parliament dares to reject the terms she agrees with Brussels, an exclusive poll has revealed. The BMG Research study showed twice as many people would rather the ...and more »

House of Lords defeats government for second time on article 50 bill - The Guardian

Peers back Labour-led amendment by 366 to 268 to give parliament veto over final outcome of Brexit negotiations. Rowena Mason Deputy political editor. Tue 7 Mar 2017 13.50 EST First published on Tue 7 Mar 2017 13.48 EST. Share on Facebook · Share ...and more »

Brexit: Ending free movement may not cut migration, says Lords report - BBC News

Net migration to the UK may not fall as a result of ending EU free movement post-Brexit, a Lords report has said. The EU home affairs sub-committee said that net migration - immigration minus emigration - was consistently higher from outside the EU.and more »

EU cannot enforce €60bn divorce bill, say Lords - Financial Times

The EU cannot enforce a penny of a possible €60bn divorce bill if Britain crashes out of the bloc without an agreement, according to a report by a Lords committee. The report published on Saturday admits there are “competing interpretations” on the ...and more »