'We Are Ready' Says Britain, Launching Push to Break Brexit Stalemate - U.S. News & World Report

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain says it is ready to move to the next phase of Brexit talks and set out details of the future relationship it wants with the European Union. Opening rounds of talks with Brussels have made little headway, with EU negotiators ...

UK Seeks to Convince EU It's Ready to Advance Brexit Talks - Bloomberg

The U.K. is seeking to regain momentum in so-far sluggish Brexit negotiations in the hope the European Union won't delay the start of trade talks beyond October. David Davis. Photographer: Jasper Juinen/Bloomberg. The government will this week publish ...

UK tries to parry claims it's unprepared in Brexit talks - SFGate

LONDON (AP) — The British government is fighting back against criticism that it is divided and unprepared for Brexit, announcing it will publish a set of detailed proposals on customs arrangements, the status of the Ireland-Northern Ireland border and ...

Papers to outline Government's aims ahead of Brexit talks - Belfast Telegraph

Ministers are to publish a new series of detailed papers setting out their aims for the Brexit talks amid criticism about a lack of clarity over the Government's negotiating position. The papers, to be published from this week, will include one ...

Theresa May 'to insist on Northern Ireland border checks post-Brexit' in move likely to anger the Republic - The Independent

Theresa May will put herself on a collision course with Dublin this week by insisting on a post-Brexit trading border between Northern Ireland and the Republic. A crucial “position paper” is expected to stick to Britain's current plan to use smart ...

UK government to release key Brexit policy papers - Irish Times

The British government is planning to publish a series of position papers on Brexit, including its plans for the Irish Border, starting next week, in a bid to dispel criticism that it is ill-prepared for the negotiations. In a statement on Sunday, the ...

David Miliband urges fightback against 'worst consequences' of Brexit - The Northern Echo (registration)

Former foreign secretary David Miliband has issued a call for politicians on all sides to fight back against the “worst consequences” of last year's vote for Britain to leave the EU. The Labour ex-cabinet minister described the outcome of the 2016 ...

UK Will Not be Part of EU Treaties for Brexit Transition Period - Sputnik International

London would not be side to the EU treaties for Brexit transition period, according to Philip Hammond and Liam Fox. Brexit. CC BY 2.0 / Airpix / Brexit · UK First Secretary of State Believes High Migration Major Reason for Brexit Vote. MOSCOW (Sputnik ...

Top UK ministers: Brexit transition cannot be back door to staying in EU - Investing.com UK

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain needs a transition period to soften its exit from the European Union, but it cannot be used to stop Brexit, two senior ministers said on Saturday, signalling a truce between rival factions in Prime Minister Theresa May's cabinet.

Britons Should Be Given Second Brexit Vote, Says Former Foreign Minister - U.S. News & World Report

LONDON (Reuters) - Former British foreign minister David Miliband called on Saturday for voters to be given a second referendum on whether Britain should leave the European Union. Writing in the Observer newspaper Miliband, foreign minister under a ...

Britain will not stay in EU by the back door, Philip Hammond and Liam Fox jointly declare - Telegraph.co.uk

Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond and Dr Fox, the International Trade Secretary, bury the hatchet with a joint pledge that there will be a fixed transition period after leaving the EU. Credit: Reuters. Christopher Hope, Chief Political ...

David Miliband: we need a second vote on Brexit deal - The Guardian

David Miliband makes an impassioned plea for the EU to be seen as more than an economic bloc. Photograph: Carl Court/Getty Images. David Miliband · The Observer. David Miliband: we need a second vote on Brexit deal. Former Labour minister enters fray ...

A visit to the Brexit world - Salon

Mrs. May, tell us exactly what sort of deal you want with the EU customs union? John Bruton, The Globalist Skip to Comments. Topics: Brexit, Britain, customs union, EU, European Union, Ireland, The Globalist, Trade, united kingdom, Politics News · A ...

The slow headway for post-Brexit Ireland - The New European

Old bigotries dissolve, but they are quickly replaced by new ones if the vacuum is only filled by economic failure and inequality, by uncertainty compounded by weak leadership. Share. Email this article to a friend. To send a link to this page you must ...

Brexit: the status of EU citizens in the UK - JD Supra (press release)

On 23 June 2016, the UK voted to leave the European Union (the so-called "Brexit"). Since the Brexit vote over three million EU citizens living in the UK and over a million UK nationals living in other EU states have been living in a state of ...

Report criticises Welsh Government failings to hold post-Brexit transport talks with Ireland - Penarth Times

A REPORT into the impact of Brexit on Welsh ports has criticised Welsh Government ministers for failing to meet their Irish counterparts to discuss the matter. A section of the the cross-party external affairs committee's report said that members were ...

The Brexit deniers should end their fantasy and help shape the future - Telegraph.co.uk

Not much of Theresa May's election campaign resonated with me, but I did agree that no Brexit deal would be better than a bad deal. A bad deal would mean coming away from the negotiation table without reclaiming control of our laws and borders, with a ...

Major survey shows deep confusion in UK opinion over Brexit - Slugger O'Toole

Many Remain voters now largely agree that Brexit should mean the UK taking full control over its borders, leaving the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice, and paying only a small “divorce bill” to the EU, according to major new academic research.

Owen Jones: Why A New Centrist Party Would Be A Bad Idea - LBC

There are talks of anti-Brexit cabinet ministers starting a new, more centrist political party. Owen Jones thinks this is a terrible idea. A former chief of staff to the Brexit secretary David Davis has claimed two anti-Brexit cabinet ministers are ...

Britons largely unconcerned about Irish border: poll - POLITICO.eu

English, Welsh and Scottish voters are more worried about Brexit's effect on citizens' rights, trade and immigration. By Emmet Livingstone. 8/12/17, 1:18 PM CET. Residents of England, Wales and Scotland are untroubled by the potential implications of a ...