Over 40% of UK Citizens Favor Transitional Deal With EU on Brexit - Poll - Sputnik International

More than 40 percent of UK nationals would choose to leave the European Union after the scheduled exit date in March 2019, securing a transitional agreement with Brussels, a new poll showed on Monday. A supporter is seen wearing a United Kingdom ...

Britain to deepen trade globally as Brexit looms in 2019: Hammond - Reuters

BRASILIA (Reuters) - Britain will seek to deepen ties with trading partners around the world, including Brazil, as it prepares to leave the European Union by March 2019, finance minister Phillip Hammond said on Monday during a visit to Brasilia ...

UK Anti-Brexit Bloc Deliberately Creates Uncertainty to Derail Withdrawal - UKIP - Sputnik International

The anti-Brexit faction in the UK government is intentionally provoking uncertainty to undermine the Brexit process, United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) leader Steve Crowther said Monday, commenting on the recent interview of UK Chancellor of the ...

Theresa May underlines free movement will end in March, 2019, in bid to quell a bitter war in the cabinet - Mirror.co.uk

Theresa May yesterday insisted the free movement of people from Europe will end on the day Britain leaves the EU in March 2019. The PM tried to quell a bitter war within her Cabinet over whether free movement could continue for several years after Brexit.

No10 slaps down Hammond over call for a Norway-style Brexit transition and says free movement WILL end in 2019 ... - Daily Mail

Downing Street slapped down Philip Hammond today over his call for an 'off the shelf' Brexit transition deal - and insisted free movement will end in 2019 . Mr Hammond has been leading calls for a transitional period of up to three years, suggesting it ...

UK will not cut taxes below European average after Brexit, Hammond says - Taipei Times

British Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond, right, meets staff as he tours the IBM office on the South Bank in London on Wednesday last week. Photo: AP. The UK does not intend to lower taxes far below the European average to remain competitive ...