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Boris Johnson warns against "Brexit in name only"
Boris Johnson warns against "Brexit in name only" By Reuters - 22 hours ago

LONDON (Reuters) - Former foreign minister Boris Johnson said on Monday Britain must be able to vary tariffs and strike trade deals after Brexit, otherwise it would not have...

Ireland insists May keep pledge on Brexit border
Ireland insists May keep pledge on Brexit border By Reuters - Oct 15, 2018

LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - Ireland insists British Prime Minister Theresa May makes good on commitments to provide a "backstop" plan to ensure Brexit does not create a...

Hunt says Brexit deal possible but issues remain
Hunt says Brexit deal possible but issues remain By Reuters - Oct 15, 2018

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Britain's Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt said on Monday that a Brexit deal with the European Union was possible with goodwill, but that there were issues...

Agree Brexit deal for security, Hunt says to EU
Agree Brexit deal for security, Hunt says to EU By Reuters - Oct 15, 2018

LONDON (Reuters) - British foreign minister Jeremy Hunt will urge the European Union on Monday to agree a Brexit deal to ensure the region can tackle global threats such as cyber...

Brexit talks stall before midweek EU summit
Brexit talks stall before midweek EU summit By Reuters - Oct 14, 2018

By Gabriela Baczynska, Alastair Macdonald and Elizabeth Piper BRUSSELS/LONDON (Reuters) - The stubborn problem of Britain's land border with Ireland thwarted a drive to...

UK Brexit minister to hold talks with EU - source
UK Brexit minister to hold talks with EU - source By Reuters - Oct 14, 2018

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - British Brexit minister Dominic Raab will hold talks with the European Union's chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, in Brussels later on Sunday, a...

Labour will not vote for 'blind Brexit'
Labour will not vote for 'blind Brexit' By Reuters - Oct 14, 2018

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's main opposition Labour Party will not vote for a Brexit deal that offers little more than a "bridge to nowhere", its foreign policy...

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