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What IS Corbyn's Brexit policy? Sky News host shames clueless Labour MP & demands clarity

A LABOUR MP was pressed by Adam Boulton over the party’s position on Brexit, as the host suggested their demands could not be met.

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May faces moment of truth on Queen's Speech over Brexit

An amendment put forward by Labour backbencher Stella Creasy threatens to cause trouble for Mrs May by driving a wedge between the Tories and her allies the DUP.

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France to set up court to handle English-law contracts after Brexit

By Jonathan Spicer NEW YORK (Reuters) - France will set up a special court to handle English-law cases for financial contracts after Britain leaves ...

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May, Merkel agree citizens' rights must come first in EU talks - Britain

Prime Minister Theresa May and German Chancellor Angela Merkel agreed on Thursday it was important that talks on Britain's departure from the ...

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'Theresa May is in the drivers seat' Leading Brexit strategist SHUNS Corbyn's influence

A LEADING strategist behind Leave.EU's successful Brexit campaign has insisted that Theresa May is back in the driving seat after her disappointing ...

UK expats in Spain outnumber Spanish in UK

The figures come from a report designed to provide more information ahead of Brexit negotiations.

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Rolls-Royce safeguards 7,000 UK jobs after announcing £150m investment

Engine maker Rolls-Royce is investing £150m in UK aerospace facilities in a move that will safeguard more than 7,000 jobs. It is the Derby-based group's biggest single investment in the UK for more than a decade. The announcement was welcomed by ...

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'EU is fading away' Bosnian Serb leader uses Brexit to pour scorn on Brussels bigwigs

THE European Union is "fading away" with countries such as Russia and China replacing the bloc as key players on the international stage, according to firebrand Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik.

Queen's Speech: Jeremy Corbyn to test May over Brexit

The Labour leader challenges MPs to back a "jobs first" Brexit in a Queen's Speech vote.

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'That's NOT possible' BBC host SKEWERS Labour MP over unrealistic Brexit demands

A LABOUR MP was put on the spot by a BBC presenter after he claimed the party were making unrealistic demands over Brexit.

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'Everyone conspired against Thatcher, she lasted 10 years!' Rees-Mogg backs May on Brexit

PROMINENT Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg has thrown his weight behind Theresa May, insisting she is the right politician to deliver Britain’s European ...

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Brexit just in time! Merkel reveals Franco-German plot with Macron for more EU integration

ANGELA MERKEL has revealed her plans for deeper European Union integration in a plot which would see Germany call the shots with France over the bloc's future.

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Brexodus has begun. We EU nationals know staying on is too big a gamble | Joris Luyendijk

Who would sacrifice EU citizenship for life in a country we now know could turn on us at any moment? It makes sense to get ahead of the returning herdIt will not happen in spectacular ways, so do not expect TV footage of hordes of well-heeled EU nationals making for Heathrow airport or the Channel tunnel. Rather it will be a steady, inexorable ...

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Brexit under scrutiny as Jeremy Corbyn seeks to exploit Theresa May’s minority Government

JEREMY Corbyn will seek to exploit Government divisions by demanding a “jobs first” Brexit that will deliver the “exact same benefits” as the single market and customs union.

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Top Thatcher ally claims Theresa May is too weak to make success of Brexit

BRITAIN should scrap Brexit talks until Theresa May’s minority government is replaced with a stronger political majority, a former Margaret Thatcher ally has claimed.

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Brexit could blow €20bn hole in EU budget, warns European commissioner

Britain’s withdrawal from the EU could leave the remaining 27 countries with a €20bn a year hole in their budget, requiring additional EU taxes to ...

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UK car production falls almost 10% despite 'strong demand' - SMMT

The UK car industry is blaming a sharp drop in the number of vehicles manufactured last month on factory preparations for the production of new models. It marked the second month in a row that brakes were applied with some force to vehicle assembly in Britain. The car sector, which has been among the most vocal in its Brexit demands since the ...

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Evan Davis skewers ex-Brexit Minister for defending Theresa May's embarrassing U-turns

EVAN Davis has taken a former Brexit minister to task after the Conservative MP claimed Theresa May was “stabilising the ship” despite a slew of U-turns.

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Lessons from May’s electoral debacle

REAMS of articles have detailed why UK Prime Minister Theresa May's electoral gamble failed. Prompted by a 20-point lead in opinion polls, amid fevered expectations she could possibly win a three-digit parliamentary majority, in April this year, the Conservative party leader called an election three years ahead of time. Not only did May ...

Theresa May to seek backing of MPs for Queen's Speech

MPs will vote on the government's legislative programme in an early test of Theresa May's authority.

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Labour seeks to exploit Tory divisions over Brexit

Labour will seek to exploit government division on Brexit today in the final round of House of Commons votes on the Queen's Speech. Jeremy Corbyn ...

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Theresa May's too weak to drive Brexit, says Thatcher ally

Lord Armstrong, cabinet secretary from 1979 to 1987 under Margaret Thatcher, is now a cross-bench peer. He mocked Theresa May's government and said ...

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Conservatives could consider replacement for May NEXT YEAR once Brexit deal is agreed

THE Conservative party should consider replacing Theresa May as soon as the Brexit deal has been agreed, a senior Tory has claimed.

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Recession is 'a real risk' - Scottish economy now falling further behind rest of UK

SCOTLAND is teetering on the brink of recession while the rest of the UK is enjoying a Brexit boom, according to a new report from a leading economic think tank.

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Britain entry fee: Visitors should pay £10 to enter country after Brexit, says think-tank

VISITORS should be charged £10 to enter Britain to pay for new technology to avoid the need for a hard Irish border and increase the ease of doing business after Brexit, a think-tank has said.

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UK fintech firm reaches for Ireland Brexit escape hatch

Seeks passporting clarity A UK fin-tech firm will seek regulation in Ireland if the government doesn’t preserve financial services passporting rights in its EU exit talks.…

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