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Brexit MEANS Brexit: Britain's six divorce options as UK negotiates its way out of EU

BREXIT negotiations are underway with Theresa May’s team going head to head with Jean-Claude Juncker’s diplomats in Brussels.

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'It's time for you to pay!' EU boss warns members of post Brexit raid on their countries

BREXIT will blow a £10 billion hole in the EU’s budget, according to a European commissioner.

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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 ...

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Brexit? No impact at all, chuckles reseller juggernaut

Softcat warned of storm cloud in UK ahead of referendum, now says it blew over The storm clouds Softcat pointed to gathering over the industry in the ...

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Damn you Brexit! You screwed my biz – LSE-listed tech supplier

Alternative Networks issues third profit warning in a year. When was EU vote? The management team at Alternative Networks has played the Brexit card ...

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Virgin Media costs balloon by MEEELLIONS in wake of Brexit

Staffer also asks: Why is Richard Branson still in our ads? Exclusive  Costs at Virgin Media have so far risen by £7m this year following Brexit, due ...

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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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Damn you Brexit! You screwed my biz – LSE-listed tech supplier

Alternative Networks issues third profit warning in a year. When was EU vote? The management team at Alternative Networks has played the Brexit card to explain why the London-listed IT and comms integrator has missed profit expectations for FY’16, which ends this month.…

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Virgin Media costs balloon by MEEELLIONS in wake of Brexit

Staffer also asks: Why is Richard Branson still in our ads? Exclusive  Costs at Virgin Media have so far risen by £7m this year following Brexit, due to increased import costs, the company revealed in a Q&A with staff this week seen by The Register.…

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Brexit makes life harder for an Internet of Things startup

What's going to happen with the CE mark for 'leccy goods? At about the time when my startup will be wanting to sell to the EU at scale, Brexit may ...

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Brexit? We have heard of this, says Dixons Carphone CEO

'No detectable impact' on consumer cash splash after vote to leave EU The UK's vote to leave the European Union has not dampened UK shoppers’ gadget ...

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Scotland’s indyref2 may have been delayed. But expect it by 2021 | Ruth Wishart

Those who think Nicola Sturgeon’s statement this week means the end of the independence movement don’t understand her, or the SNPDoubtless the verb was carefully chosen. Nicola Sturgeon would “reset” the timetable for a second independence ...

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Rudd enters row on NHS charging women from Northern Ireland for abortions

About a dozen Tory MPs are understood to have expressed concerns about the situation in light of their party’s deal with the anti-abortion DUP. Women from Northern Ireland must have access to terminations in England, the home secretary, Amber Rudd, has said as pressure mounted from Tory backbenchers for the government to reconsider its policy of ...

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Northern Ireland power-sharing talks on course for failure

Talks to restore a power-sharing devolved government in Northern Ireland are on course to fail after Sinn Féin accused the Democratic Unionist party of refusing to budge in its opposition to an Irish language act.

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Stagecoach says it has overpaid for East Coast rail contract as profitability plunges

Brexit and terrorism meant franchise will ‘have to be reset’ says third private operator of London to Edinburgh line in 11 yearsThe London to ...

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Stagecoach says it has overpaid for East Coast rail contract as profitability plunges

Brexit and terrorism meant franchise will ‘have to be reset’, says third private operator of London to Edinburgh line in 11 yearsThe ...

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BREAKING: The EU will prove Brexit is a MISTAKE, warns Germany's finance minister

GERMANY'S finance minister has declared the European Union will show Britain how much of a mistake Brexit truly was.

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Brexit 'will blow hole in budget', EU commissioner warns

Not only is the UK leaving but the EU also has pressing new spending demands, a commissioner warns.

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Germany's Schaeuble hopes UK realises Brexit vote was mistake

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said on Wednesday that he hoped Britain would ultimately realise that it made a mistake with Brexit. "I hope that the rest of Europe will do so well that the British realise at some point that they made a mistake," Schaeuble said at an event in Berlin. Schaeuble also said that changes to the EU treaty ...

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Brexit, new challenges to force EU budget change - Commission

By Jan Strupczewski and Elizabeth Miles BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union will have to change the way it collects and spends its funds to cope ...

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NI striker Lafferty joins Hearts on two-year deal

Northern Ireland forward Kyle Lafferty joins Hearts on a two-year deal, subject to a medical.

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Mark Carney U-turn: Investment in Britain set to GROW amid Brexit, admits Bank chief

BANK of England chief Mark Carney has performed a stark u-turn over the outlook for Britain and admitted that investment in the economy is set to ...

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Social Mobility Report 2017: Regional Inequalities Widened In Last 20 Years And Fuelled Brexit

Huge regional inequalities in Britain fuelled last year’s Brexit vote as it showed how vast swathes of the country felt “left behind”, the ...

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Democratic Unionist Party Deal With Conservatives Inspires Hope For LGBT Rights In Northern Ireland

LGBT activists in Northern Ireland are hopeful the controversial deal between the Tories and the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) could change the latter’s views on gay rights.

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Turning goodwill into EU/UK border solution 'extremely difficult' - Irish PM

By Padraic Halpin DUBLIN (Reuters) - Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Wednesday it will be practically and legally "extremely difficult" to find ways to maintain an open border with Northern Ireland after Brexit, even with the sympathy and goodwill of the European Union behind it. The border between the Irish Republic, an EU member, ...

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New body could oversee EU citizens' rights in UK

Ministers are looking at creating a new body to oversee EU citizens' rights in the UK in an effort to break the impasse over whose courts protect EU nationals after Brexit. A Government source told Sky News that a new oversight body for EU citizens ...

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