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Globe editorial: Team Britain's Brexit game plan? Score an own goal - The Globe and Mail;

Globe editorial: Team Britain's Brexit game plan? Score an own goal - The Globe and Mail

The Globe and MailGlobe editorial: Team Britain's Brexit game plan? Score an own goalThe Globe and MailBrexit skeptic Theresa May became British Prime Minister last summer, after her Conservative Party's cynical decision to hold a referendum it aimed to lose resulted instead in a narrow victory for the law of unintended consequences. Offered the choice ...and more »

Workers' rights after Brexit? It's radio silence from the Tories - New Statesman;

Workers' rights after Brexit? It's radio silence from the Tories - New Statesman

New StatesmanWorkers' rights after Brexit? It's radio silence from the ToriesNew StatesmanIn her speech on Tuesday, Theresa May repeated her promise to “ensure that workers' rights are fully protected and maintained". It left me somewhat confused. Last Friday, my bill to protect workers' rights after Brexit was due to be debated and voted ...and more »

EU politicians and businesses warn May over 'difficult' Brexit - The Guardian;

EU politicians and businesses warn May over 'difficult' Brexit - The Guardian

The GuardianEU politicians and businesses warn May over 'difficult' BrexitThe GuardianEuropean Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has suggested Britain would be considered a foreign country. Photograph: Frederick Florin/AFP/Getty Images. Theresa May. EU politicians and businesses warn May over 'difficult' Brexit. As PM travels ...and more »

How will Parliament's Brexit vote work? - BBC News;

How will Parliament's Brexit vote work? - BBC News

BBC NewsHow will Parliament's Brexit vote work?BBC NewsPrime Minister Theresa May has said Parliament will vote on the final deal that is agreed between the United Kingdom and the European Union. This came after months of wrangling over MPs' role in scrutinising Britain's exit from the EU.and more »

Yellen remarks support dollar and bond yields - Financial Times;

Yellen remarks support dollar and bond yields - Financial Times

Financial TimesYellen remarks support dollar and bond yieldsFinancial TimesAn early rebound for the dollar and Treasury yields gathered pace after Janet Yellen warned that the US risked a “nasty surprise” if it waited too long to continue raising interest rates. US stocks also looked a little happier after the Federal Reserve ...and more »

We're not out to punish Britain, but you need to shed your illusions - The Guardian;

We're not out to punish Britain, but you need to shed your illusions - The Guardian

The GuardianWe're not out to punish Britain, but you need to shed your illusionsThe GuardianBrexit really does mean Brexit. Theresa May's long-awaited speech this week finally outlined some of her government's negotiating objectives. Now we know that Britain wants to leave the European single market it helped to create, the customs union, and ...and more »

The hard road to Brexit - The Hindu

The hard road to BrexitThe HinduPrime Minister Theresa May's speech on her government's plans for Britain's exit from the EU was many things at once — a declaration of intent, a warning, a motivational talk and a balancing act with several contradictions. She painted the first ...and more »

How you can help EU nationals living in the UK facing Brexit uncertainty - The Independent;

How you can help EU nationals living in the UK facing Brexit uncertainty - The Independent

The IndependentHow you can help EU nationals living in the UK facing Brexit uncertaintyThe IndependentCharities, campaigners and human rights activists have accused Theresa May of using EU nationals as a "bargaining chip" for Brexit negotiations after she refused to guarantee their right to remain in the UK. Matt Carr, organiser of 1 Day Without Us, a ...and more »

In 'Brexit' Speech, Theresa May Outlines Clean Break for UK - New York Times;

In 'Brexit' Speech, Theresa May Outlines Clean Break for UK - New York Times

New York TimesIn 'Brexit' Speech, Theresa May Outlines Clean Break for UKNew York TimesIn a long-awaited speech, Prime Minister Theresa May defined the broad objectives, but not the details, of Britain's withdrawal from the European Union. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Photo by Pool photo by Kirsty Wigglesworth. Watch in Times Video ».and more »

Doing Brexit the hard way - The Economist;

Doing Brexit the hard way - The Economist

The EconomistDoing Brexit the hard wayThe EconomistIT MIGHT be called May's paradox. Since she became prime minister last July, Mrs May has been urged by businesses to clarify her Brexit goals. Yet every time she has tried, investors have reacted by selling sterling, because she has shown a preference ...and more »

EU leaders respond to UK PM's Brexit speech - euronews;

EU leaders respond to UK PM's Brexit speech - euronews

euronewsEU leaders respond to UK PM's Brexit speecheuronewsAlthough one British newspaper dubbed her the “new iron lady”, European Union leaders have reacted cautiously to UK Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit speech. After Tuesday's address, in which May confirmed that Britain would leave the EU single ...and more »

Brexecution: Hard Brexit - Lawfare (blog)

Brexecution: Hard BrexitLawfare (blog)The debate between “hard” Brexit and “soft” Brexit is finally over. After months of ambiguity, British Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday clarified her government's strategic objectives, just in time for the start of negotiations in March: May is ...and more »

Hands off EU, Trump; we don't back Ohio secession: Juncker - Reuters;

Hands off EU, Trump; we don't back Ohio secession: Juncker - Reuters

ReutersHands off EU, Trump; we don't back Ohio secession: JunckerReutersEuropean Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker attends a debate on the priorities of the incoming Malta Presidency of the EU for the next six months at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, January 18, 2017. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann.and more »

Off the market - American Enterprise Institute;

Off the market - American Enterprise Institute

American Enterprise InstituteOff the marketAmerican Enterprise InstituteAfter months of innuendo, the announcement by Prime Minister Theresa May that the United Kingdom was going to leave the EU's Single Market as part of the Brexit negotiations is hardly a surprise. However, her plan suffers from substantive, tactical ...and more »

Five ways Theresa May's Brexit strategy is terrible for students - The Guardian;

Five ways Theresa May's Brexit strategy is terrible for students - The Guardian

The GuardianFive ways Theresa May's Brexit strategy is terrible for studentsThe GuardianIn her landmark speech on Tuesday, Theresa May set out the UK's priorities for Brexit – and it's clear that young people are not among them. Key points from May's Brexit speech: what have we learned? Read more. May revealed that Britain will leave the ...and more »

Germany denies rebuffing Theresa May over citizens' rights deal - The Guardian;

Germany denies rebuffing Theresa May over citizens' rights deal - The Guardian

The GuardianGermany denies rebuffing Theresa May over citizens' rights dealThe GuardianPaolo Gentiloni, the Italian PM, meets Angela Merkel. Merkel said EU states would show a united front. Photograph: ddp USA/Rex/Shutterstock. Germany. Germany denies rebuffing Theresa May over citizens' rights deal. Angela Merkel's spokeswoman says ...and more »

Something is missing from the Brexit debate - New Statesman;

Something is missing from the Brexit debate - New Statesman

New StatesmanSomething is missing from the Brexit debateNew StatesmanInside Westminster, few seem to have noticed or care about the biggest question mark in the Brexit talks. Sign up to the Staggers Morning Call email *. By Stephen Bush · Print HTML. What do we know about the government's Brexit strategy that we didn't ...and more »

Brexit Britain: the impact on UK businesses - The Engineer;

Brexit Britain: the impact on UK businesses - The Engineer

The EngineerBrexit Britain: the impact on UK businessesThe EngineerBack in June 2016, Britain sent shockwaves through Europe and the rest of the world by voting to leave the European Union. In the months that have followed, there has been very little action to note, as we as a country come to terms with the decision ...and more »

How the City of London is preparing for a hard Brexit - The Conversation UK;

How the City of London is preparing for a hard Brexit - The Conversation UK

The Conversation UKHow the City of London is preparing for a hard BrexitThe Conversation UKIoannis Glinavos does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organization that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond the academic appointment above.and more »

Theresa May is no Iron Lady - Prospect;

Theresa May is no Iron Lady - Prospect

ProspectTheresa May is no Iron LadyProspectThe five most frequently used words in Theresa May's Lancaster House Brexit speech yesterday were, in order, “Britain,” “Europe,” “EU,” “trade” and “want.” And it is the verb “want” that is doing all the heavy lifting. The fundamental flaw in May's ...and more »