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British PM Theresa May hints delaying Brexit for months

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Brexit would be delayed by about months to avoid hard border in Ireland, said British prime minister Theresa May without any extension information on its transition. The scheduled end-date of final departure of Britain from European Union (EU) is December…

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Theresa May denies favoring November election

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British Prime Minister Theresa May said a November election would not be of national interest as she is working upon delivering a good deal with Europe in the terms of national interest too. She was on her way to New…

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New-Old Design British Passports to Start Rolling Late Next Year

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One step towards Brexit has been solved. The blue passports for British people will be rolled out late next year with new-old design, replacing burgundy cover that existed since 1980s. After the exit of United Kingdom from European Union in…

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More People In 30s, 40s With Children Leaving London

More people are lately leaving London to find a new life in other places of United Kingdom. A data reveals during the year to June 2017 at least 330,000 people migrated and the biggest exodus was Newham. In 2016 the…

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UK Voters Didn’t Know What Brexit Meant

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The Brexit referendum has been now questioned, but differently. It is being said the 17.4 million voters in the United Kingdom didn’t know what leaving European Union (EU) could exactly mean to them. The President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude…

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Should Theresa May Quit

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British Prime Minister Theresa May must not quit. All the Tory MPs agree she should stay back to her chair until 2019 when the Brexit process is completed and United Kingdom finally bids adieu to the European Union. Number of…

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UK Will Not Be Under ECJ Direct Jurisdiction Post-Brexit

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Post-Brexit the United Kingdom will not come under the direct jurisdiction of Luxembourg-based European Court of Justice (ECJ), reveals a government policy paper. However, critics still believe the word “direct” may mean ECJ might play a role even after the…

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British Travelers Paying More In Europe As School Summer Holiday Begins

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Britons are being offered the worst ever foreign exchange rates. It is as low as 88 euro cents against a pound at British airports when holidaymakers are heading to Europe. The lowest reported being offered at the Cardiff airport. Travelers…

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One Year After EU Referendum Britons Face High Price, Lower Wage

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One year of a long journey of Brexit has been completed since EU referendum and it is time to examine the economic consequences during the period. The United Kingdom economy has grown at the rate of 1.8 percent in past…

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Rights Of EU Citizens In Britain To Be Discussed First In Brexit: Merkel

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A good start for the Brexit talks would be in ensuring the rights of European Union citizens in the United Kingdom, said German Chancellor Angela Merkel. She also added there are lot of several other questions too in the Brexit…

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